Trainspotting: Vermonter To Cut 28 Minutes Off Run To St. Albans.

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Amtrak says track improvements will make the ride to the Green Mountain State that much faster. Some day perhaps the train will again make the trip all the way to Montreal:

“The Vermonter project to upgrade the New England Central Railroad main line is a great example of a very successful public-private partnership, helping both rail passenger and freight services,” said Raymond Goss, Senior, Vice President, New England Central Railroad. “This project involved the Vermont Agency of Transportation, the Federal Railroad Administration and the Railroad.  We are happy to be part of this partnership.”

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One thought on “Trainspotting: Vermonter To Cut 28 Minutes Off Run To St. Albans.

  1. Connecticut is Dying Too

    I’m okay with this project as long as it doesn’t poach money away from our totally awesome Hartford-New Britain Busway. We must not stand in the way of the progress made to connect these two decaying Connecticut cities with a high cost, low utilization, redundant transit system.

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