Tag Archives: Pittsburgh

Our e-Edition newsletter is back!

After a 2 1/2-year hiatus, All Aboard Ohio has brought back the e-Edition of its newsletter, the Ohio Passenger Rail News. This smaller, monthly version of our print, quarterly newsletter will be available in digital version only and contains embedded links to view more informational resources. Since many of you have informed us that you […]

Survey: two out of three of Americans likely to use High-Speed Rail in USA​

Contact: Mantill Williams  of APTA as 202-496-4869 Washington, D.C. — If you build high-speed rail in America, they will come. According to a 2015 survey released by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), if high-speed rail were available today, two-thirds (63 percent) of Americans are likely to use high-speed trains and this jumps to nearly seventy (67) […]

Major delays, cancellations affect Ohio trains

At 3:17 a.m. today, Amtrak’s Lake Shore Limited (Chicago-New York City train #48) departed Chicago Union Station. In other words, it started its 960-mile journey 5 hours, 47 minutes late. The eastbound train was more than six hours down when it met and passed its daily westbound counterpart, train #49, somewhere between Sandusky and Toledo about […]