Rome Station Set to Reopen in December

The Amtrak station in Rome, New York, is expected to reopen by Christmas after the city performed temporary repairs.

The station has been closed since July 4 when a portion of the ceiling in the platform access tunnel collapsed.

State funding helped pay for the repairs to the facility, which is owned by the City of Rome.

Those repairs are being described as temporary but will enable the station to operate until a longer-term repair is performed.

Amtrak had been directing Rome passengers to use the station in Utica, New York.

Rome is served by two daily New York to Niagara Falls round-trip Empire Service trains and the New York-Toronto Maple Leaf.

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