- Amtrak‘s inspector general estimates that the railroad could save more than $40 million annually by increasing on-time performance.
- Many of those rampant delays, however, are caused by the freight railroads responsible for most of Amtrak’s service.
- Still, Amtrak expects to be profitable by 2021, its CEO has said. There’s plenty of work to be done.
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Chronic Amtrak delays are hampering the railroad’s efforts to break even by 2021, and are costing an estimated $41.9 million per year over the long term.
Even if Amtrak is able to increase timely trains by just five read more >>>
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