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Track Work Affects Florida Trains

April 6, 2021

CSX track work has resulted in service changes for the Silver Star, Silver Meteor and Virginia corridor service.

Between April 2 and May 5 operations will be affected as follows.

On Friday through Sunday, April 3-May 5, the Silver Star will operate normally between New York and Savannah, Georgia.

Train 81 will depart Savannah at 4:33 a.m., 15 minutes later than normal; Jacksonville, Florida, at 7:29 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal, and will operate this later schedule at all stations between Jacksonville and Miami.

On Thursday through Saturday, April 2-May 1, the northbound Silver Star will operate normally between Miami and Hamlet, North Carolina. Train 92 will leave Hamlet at 6:29 a.m., 15 minutes later than normal; Raleigh, North Carolina, at 9:15 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal, and will operate this later schedule at all stations between Raleigh and New York.

On Monday through Thursday, April 19-May 5, the southbound Silver Meteor will depart Savannah at 6:45 a.m., 5 minutes later than normal, Jacksonville at 9:59 a.m., 25 minutes later than normal and will operate this later schedule at all stations between Jacksonville and Miami.

On Sunday through Wednesday, April 18-May 5, the northbound Silver Meteor will depart Savannah at 7:51 p.m., 20 minutes later than normal; Charleston at 9:42 p.m., 20 minutes later than normal, and will operate this later schedule at all stations between Charleston and New York.

Amtrak Thruway bus schedules 6091, 6097, 6291, 7591/7991 and 7597/7997will be adjusted to reflect later connection times.

The Carolinian, Palmetto and Auto Trains can expect up to 30 minute delays.

CSX Track Work Disrupts Southeast Service

March 19, 2021

CSX track work has affected the operations of several Amtrak trains in the Southeast through April 25.

The southbound Silver Star will on Friday through Sunday depart Savannah, Georgia, at 4:33 a.m, 15 minutes later than normal.

Train 91 will depart Jacksonville, Florida, at 7:29 a.m, 30 minutes later than normal and depart later at all stations between Jacksonville and Miami.

On March 18, 26 and April 2, No. 91 will stop in North Carolina at Selma and Wilson and depart all stations from Raleigh to Denmark, South Carolina, six minutes later than normal, Savannah 21 minutes later than normal and all stations from Jacksonville to Miami 36 minutes later than normal.

The northbound Silver Star on Thursday through Saturday will depart Hamlet, North Carolina, at 6:29 a.m., 15 minutes later than normal.

It will depart Raleigh at 9:15 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal and depart later at all stations between Raleigh and New York.

On March 19 and 26 and April 2, No. 92 will stop at Selma and Wilson and depart Hamlet at 6:29 a.m., 15 minutes later than normal.

It will depart Raleigh at 9:15 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal, Rocky Mount 39 minutes later than normal and operate 37 minutes later at all stations from Petersburg, Virginia, to Alexandria, Virginia, and 35 minutes later than normal from Washington to New York.

The Carolinian will operate between Charlotte and Raleigh on Monday through Thursday between March 29 and April 1.

No alternative transportation is being provided between New York and Raleigh.

On March 16 through March 28 Train 79 will depart Selma at 4:58 p.m., 20 minutes later than normal and operate on that later schedule to Charlotte.

On March 16 through March 28, Train 80 will depart Rocky Mount at 11:40 a.m., five minutes later than normal, Petersburg at 1:21 p.m., 10 minutes later than normal, Richmond Staples Mill at 2:31 p.m., 20 minutes later than normal and operate on this later schedule to Washington.

The southbound Palmetto will operate operate between New York and Washington only on Mondays and Thursdays with no alternate transportation provided between Washington and Savannah.

No. 89 will operate on Saturdays between New York and Savannah, departing Florence, South Carolina, at 5:59 p.m., 15 minutes later than normal.

The northbound Palmetto will operates on Wednesdays and Fridays between Washington and New York, with no alternate transportation provided between Savannah and Washington.

No. 90 will operate between Savannah and New York on Saturdays, departing Richmond Staples Mill at 5:39 p.m., 15 minutes later than normal and operating on a later schedule to Washington.

The train will depart Washington  at its normal time of 8:30 p.m.

The southbound Silver Meteor during the period of March 15 to April 1 will depart Fayetteville, North Carolina, at 1:37 a.m., 15 minutes later than normal, Florence at 3:33 a.m., 20 minutes later than normal and Savannah at 7:10 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal. It will operate on this later schedule at all stations to Miami.

The northbound Silver Meteor during the period of March 14 through March 31 will depart Kingstree, South Carolina, at 10:21 p.m., 10 minutes later than normal, Rocky Mount at 2:29 a.m., 20 minutes later than normal and Richmond Staples Mill at 4:57 a.m., 25 minutes later than normal. It will operate on this later schedule at all stations to New York.

The Auto Train is expected to be delayed by 20 minutes in each direction.

CSX Track Work Affects Palmetto, Silver Meteor

February 23, 2021

CSX track work will affect operations of the Palmetto and Silver Meteor through March 11.

The southbound Palmetto will operate on Mondays only from New York to Washington with no alternative transportation being provided south of Washington.

On Thursdays No. 89 will operate only between New York and Florence, South Carolina, with no alternative transportation provided south of Florence.

On Saturdays the Palmetto will operate the length of its route from New York to Savannah, Georgia, but will be rescheduled to arrive in Savannah at 9:14 p.m., 10 minutes later than normal.

The northbound Palmetto will operate only from Washington to New York on Mondays with no alternative transportation available between Savannah and Washington.

Train 90 will operate from Savannah to New York but depart Charleston, South Carolina, a 10:02 a.m., two minutes later than normal; Florence at 11:44 a.m., five minutes later than normal; and Fayetteville, North Carolina, at 1:15 p.m., 10 minutes later than normal.

The southbound Silver Meteor will depart Charleston at 5:01 a.m., 10 minutes later than normal, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Other schedule adjustments for Train 97 include departing Yemassee, South Carolina, at 6:03 a.m., 20 minutes later than normal; and Savannah at 7:10 a.m., 30 minutes later than normal.

The train will operate on a later schedule at all stations from Savannah to Miami.

The northbound Silver Meteor will depart Yemassee at 8:30 p.m., 10 minutes later than normal; Charleston at 9:37 p.m., 20 minutes later than normal; and Florence at 11:42 p.m., 30 minutes later than normal, operating on a later schedule at all stations from Florence to New York.

The Auto Train is expected to incur delays of 30 minutes in both directions between Savannah and Florence.

Track Work to Delay Palmetto, Carolinian

July 20, 2020

Track work being performed by CSX on Monday, July 20 is expected to delay two Amtrak trains.

In a service advisory Amtrak said the work between Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Petersburg, Virginia may delay the Palmetto and Carolinian for up to 90 minutes.

 

Track Work to Disrupt Maple Leaf

July 11, 2020

Amtrak’s Maple Leaf will not operate from Niagara Falls to Buffalo-Exchange Street station between July 13 and 15 due to track work being performed by CSX.

On all three days Train No. 64 will originate at Buffalo Exchange.

Passengers holding previously issued tickets who are unable to be re-accommodated will be provided taxi service between Niagara Falls and Buffalo Exchange.

CSX Track Work May Disrupt Capitol Limited

July 3, 2020

The CSX track work window that may affect operations of Amtrak’s Capitol Limited has been extended to July 30.

During the period if Train No. 30 is more than 30 minutes late departing Pittsburgh it will terminate there. Train No. 29 that would have originated later that day in Washington will instead originate in Pittsburgh.

Alternate transportation will be provided between Pittsburgh and Washington to the intermediate stations of Connellsville, Pennsylvania; Cumberland, Maryland; Martinsburg, West Virginia; Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; and Rockville, Maryland.

Buses will only discharge passengers and not allow local travel between the affected intermediate stations.

On days when Nos. 29 and 30 pass through the construction zone between Connellsville and Cumberland, they are subject to delays of up to 30 minutes.

Track Work May Disrupt Capitol Limited

June 19, 2020

CSX track work may affect Amtrak’s Capitol Limited through July 2.

In a service advisory, Amtrak said that work is taking place between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. between Pittsburgh and Connellsville, Pennsylvania.

If the eastbound Capitol would be more than 30 minutes late leaving Pittsburgh, it will terminate in Pittsburgh and passengers will be put aboard a bus that will make all intermediate stops en route to Washington.

In the event that No. 30 terminates in Pittsburgh, westbound No. 29 will originate in Pittsburgh the same day.

Passengers who would have boarded between Washington and Pittsburgh will instead ride a bus.

On days when bus service is substituted for train service the bus will only discharge passengers at intermediate points. It will not provide originating local traffic between those points.

Amtrak said trains traveling through the work zone may be delayed up to 30 minutes.

Amtrak Southeast Trains Disrupted by Track Work

May 13, 2020

Amtrak’s northbound Silver Meteor cruises through Folkston, Georgia, last weekend. (Photograph by Todd Dillon)

CSX track work has resulted in altered schedules for four Amtrak trains that started this week and extends through June 2.

The southbound Silver Star will be canceled on Monday through Thursday with no alternate transportation provided.

Train 91 will operate on its normal schedule Friday through Sunday from New York and Miami.

The northbound Silver Star will be cancelled Sunday through Wednesday with no alternate transportation provided.

Train 92 will operate on its normal schedule Thursday through Saturday from Miami to New York.

The southbound Silver Meteor is canceled Friday through Sunday with no alternate transportation provided.

Train 97 will operate on its normal schedule Monday through Thursday from New York to Miami.

The northbound Silver Meteor will be canceled Thursday through Saturday with no alternate transportation provided.

Train 98 will operate on its normal schedule Sunday through Wednesday from Miami to New York.

The Carolinian will be canceled Monday through Thursday through May 17. Starting May 18, the Carolinian will operate between Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina.

Trains canceled between New York and Raleigh will have no alternate transportation provided.

Amtrak Thruway Buses 6079 and 6080 are cancelled through May 31.

The Palmetto through May 21 will operate between New York and Washington daily but are cancelled between Washington and Savannah, Georgia, Monday through Thursday with no alternative transportation provided.

Nos. 89 and 90 will operate as scheduled between New York and Savannah Friday through Sunday.

Amtrak Thruway Buses 6089, 6090, 6189 and 6190 are cancelled on the same dates as Trains 89 and 90.

Trains 52, 53, 97 and 98 can expect up to 45-minute delays between Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Richmond, Monday through Thursday until May 21.

CSX Track Work Disrupts SE Amtrak Service

May 6, 2020

CSX track work has resulted in numerous schedule changes for Amtrak trains in the Southeast.

Through May 24-25 the Silver Star will be cancelled on weekdays but will operate on its normal schedule on weekend.

The northbound Silver Star will operate Friday through Sunday and Monday through May 24 while the southbound Star will run Thursday through Saturday, and Sunday through May 25.

The Carolinian will be canceled through May 17 except on Friday through Sunday.

Effective May 18 the Carolinian will operate between Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina.

No alternative transportation is being provided between New York and Raleigh and Amtrak Thruway Buses 6079 and 6080 are cancelled.

The Palmetto will not operate on weekdays south of Washington but will run Friday through Sunday.

Nos. 89 and 90 will operate daily between New York and Washington. No alternative transportation is being provided on the day the Palmetto does not operate between Washington and Savannah, Georgia.

Amtrak Thruway Buses 6089, 6090, 6189 and 6190 are cancelled.

The Auto Train and Silver Meteor will operate as scheduled but delays of up to 45 minute may occur between Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Richmond, Virginia, Monday through Thursday.

Palmetto Route to be Reduced Due to Track Work

March 17, 2020

CSX track work will affect operations of some Amtrak trains, most notably the Palmetto, between March 23 and April 9.

Train 89 during that period will operate only between New York and Washington with no alternate transportation being provided between Washington and Savannah, Georgia.

Train 90 will not operate from Savannah to Washington and no alternative transportation is being provided. No. 90 will operate from Washington to New York.

The track work is expected to cause delays of 30 minutes for the Auto Train and Silver Meteor between Savannah and Florence, South Carolina.