Amtrak to operate a modified schedule in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region due to winter storm

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An Amtrak train waits at a platform prior to its departure at Union Station November 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

(WFXR) — Due to a significant winter storm, Amtrak says it will operate a modified schedule and cancel select services on Thursday and Friday.

For the safety of customers and employees, the following trains will operate on a modified schedule:

  • Select Northeast Regional service (New York – Washington, D.C. – Virginia)

The following trains are cancelled on Thursday, Feb. 18:

  • Auto Train and Palmetto

The following train is cancelled on Friday, Feb. 19:

  • Palmetto 90 (Savannah – New York)

Amtrak regrets any inconvenience. Information is subject to change and conditions warrant.

To stay informed on the latest information from Amtrak:

  • Call 1-800-USA-RAIL if your trip has been impacted and change and cancelation fees will be waived;
  • Visit or download the Amtrak app for the latest information on train status;
  • Subscribe to delay alerts for any train via email or text message by clicking here; and
  • On Twitter, follow @AmtrakNEC and @AmtrakAlerts for real-time service information on Amtrak trains.

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