The northbound City of New Orleans is being rescheduled to operate four hours later between March 6 and April 1 due to Canadian National track work.
North of Cardonable, No. 58 will operate on the schedule of No. 390, the northbound Saluki, and make all station stops served by No. 390.
That means that No. 58 will be stopping in Illinois at DuQuoin, Rantoul and Gillman, stations that it normally does not serve.
In order to provide three daily trains from Carbondale to Chicago, Amtrak will operate an extra train, No. 1158.
Passengers who hold tickets for travel on No. 58 between March 6 and April 1 will instead travel on No. 1158.
That train will operate on the schedule of No. 58 and serve all of its stations. It will use the equipment normally assigned to No. 390.
The northbound schedule for Train 392 (Illini) and the southbound schedules for Trains 59 (City of New Orleans), 391 (Saluki) and 393 (Illini) are unchanged for this period.
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