Amtrak Adds Service in Illinois for Holiday Travel

Amtrak announced that it will operate additional service for the Thanksgiving travel period on the Lincoln Service and Chicago-Quincy, Ill., routes.

Trains will operate on Nov. 30 between Chicago and Bloomington/Normal, Ill., and between Chicago and Quincy corridor, via Galesburg and Macomb.

In order to accommodate the additional round-trip on Nov. 30, train No. 300 will depart St. Louis 35 minutes earlier than usual and train No. 301 will depart Chicago 30 minutes earlier than usual, with both trains operating on a modified schedule that day only.

To accommodate an additional round-trip on Nov. 30, train No. 383 (Illinois Zephyr) will depart Chicago 20 minutes later than usual and operate on a modified timetable to Quincy that day only.

For the full holiday schedule, go to www.amtrak.com.

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One Response to “Amtrak Adds Service in Illinois for Holiday Travel”

  1. Tyrell Swint Says:

    Will Amtrak have enough cars to make this happen?

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