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Amtrak Latest News
- Want to upgrade to Amtrak premium services? BidUpSM
Customers with existing reservations can visit Amtrak.com/BidUp, check eligibility up to two hours prior to departure and place a bid to upgrade their reservation into our premium classes of service: Business Class (most corridor routes) and First Class (Acela). The post Want to upgrade to Amtrak premium services? BidUp<sup>SM</sup> appeared first on Amtrak Media.
- Amtrak Offers Buy One Get One Free with the Amtrak Loves You Sale
WASHINGTON – At Amtrak, we want to show customers how much we love them by offering a Valentine’s Day Buy One Get One Free Sale. Thursday, February 11, through Tuesday, February 16, customers can purchase one ticket and bring a companion along for free for nationwide travel between February 22 and August 27, Customers can receive discounted tickets by using the code C214 at checkout or at amtrak.com/vdaysale. The post Amtrak Offers Buy One Get One Free with the Amtrak Loves You Sale appeared first on Amtrak Media.
- Amtrak Statement from CEO Bill Flynn on Confirmation of Pete Buttigieg as Secretary of Transportation
“Amtrak applauds the Senate’s confirmation of Pete Buttigieg as Secretary of Transportation. As a mayor and public servant, Secretary Buttigieg understands the challenges facing American cities and the role passenger rail plays in connecting people and economies. His commitment to invest in infrastructure and climate initiatives will create jobs, help the nation recover from the pandemic, and provide for a more sustainable transportation system in America. Amtrak is excited to work with the Biden Administration, Congress and our state partners to launch a new era of passenger rail that will create dedicated and predictable funding, connect underserved communities and stimulate economic recovery.” The post Amtrak Statement from CEO Bill Flynn on Confirmation of Pete Buttigieg as Secretary of Transportation appeared first on Amtrak Media.
- Amtrak: Delivering a New Standard of Travel
WASHINGTON - Amtrak is setting a new standard of travel with enhanced safety and cleaning measures. With its medical director, public health and safety team and partnership with the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, we have studied, analyzed and made improvements to the Amtrak travel experience – from beginning to end – for the safety and health of our people and travelers. In an effort to simplify and safeguard the travel experience, several cleaning, contact-free and convenience measures have been implemented into every part of the customer journey — from time of booking to the moment of arrival. The post Amtrak: Delivering a New Standard of Travel appeared first on Amtrak Media.
- Updates to Amtrak Service
At this time, various states are undertaking specific safety precautions at stations for customers arriving from out of state. Check with each state for specific guidance. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to refrain from non-essential travel for 14 days. The post Updates to Amtrak Service appeared first on Amtrak Media.