Passenger Train Journal First Quarter 2013


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Amtrak Returns to Norfolkby Elbert Simon — Virginia's Hampton Roads region gets another train, but on a new route.

Southwest Chief: It's the Money Not the Sentimentsby C.B. Hall — Might Amtrak's Chief switch to the San Fransisco Chief route of yore?

The Janus Seasonby Karl Zimmermann — Looking back; looking forward. Six years of introspect.

Goodbye Ticket Punch; Hello Travel Document Scanby Malcom Kenton — Amtrak implements eTicketing systemwide, bringing benefits as well as important policy changes.

Chicago–Springfield–St. Louis, Part 2by Kevin McKinney with Mike Schafer — The (long and slow) rebirth of a corridor.

Joliet Union Stationby Joe Petric — A 100-year-old depot rolls into its second century.


On the Pointby Mike Schafer

The Journalby George Fletcher

Window on the Worldby Kevin McKinney

North American Intercityby Karl Zimmerman

LeisureRailby Edy Henderson, guest columnist

Rush Hourby Joseph M. Calisi

Going Fasterby Ernest H. Robl

Capitol Unlimitedby Robert J. Stewart, NARP Chairman

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