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  1. Passengers wait in line to board an Amtrak train ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday, at Pennsylvania Station in New York City, U.S., November 20, 2017. From low-key gatherings of college ...

  2. Nearly 6 million Californians will leave town for Thanksgiving this year, the most in a decade, making for crowded roads, airports and trains. A weak storm arrives in Northern California on ...

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  4. Amtrak is gearing up for Thanksgiving weekend travel. The weekend is the busiest travel period for the company. Amtrak is prepared to accommodate the surge of travelers that will ...

  5. Scott Wulff, 61, and his dog Astrid were killed when both were struck by an Amtrak train last Sunday. Witnesses say Astrid, apparently spooked by the oncoming locomotive’s lights and ...

  6. Amtrak's chief operations officer said Wednesday the railroad couldn’t wait until next summer to perform extensive repair work on several tracks and a major piece of railroad equipment ...

  7. Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation officials announced the timeline for completion of additional environmental assessments on the effects of six added Amtrak round trips between Milwaukee ...

  8. A person was hit and killed by an Amtrak train struck n in Oceanside Sunday afternoon, authorities said. Sheriff’s deputies received the call shortly before 3 p.m. that someone had been ...

  9. Amtrak recorded its lowest operating loss in decades this year, as the national passenger railroad pushes to one day break even. In financial results released Thursday, Amtrak ...

  10. On Nov. 14, the National Transportation Safety Board released a synopsis of its report on the investigation of the Amtrak train crash in April 2016 near Chester, Pennsylvania, 15 miles ...

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