A grand opening and ribbon cutting has been set for Nov. 17 at the new Arcadia Valley, Missouri, Amtrak station.
The station, located in Arcadia, Missouri, will be served by the Chicago-San Antonio Texas Eagle.
The new station features a new platform and station facilities, although it uses a former Missouri Pacific passenger depot.
In other Amtrak station news, the temporary Amtrak Station at Cincinnati Union Terminal is expected to begin operations in December.
Parking for passengers will be available on Kenner Street with access to the boarding platform being provided via a temporary structure that will lead to the current Amtrak platform. Arrangements are being made to assist handicapped passengers up the ramp.
CUT is being remodeled over the next couple of years but Amtrak’s Chicago-New York Cardinal will continue to stop there.
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