Amtrak’s 2-For-1 Valentine’s Day Sale

Here at the Harlem World office, many of us are partial to train travel: It lets you avoid traffic (both on the highway and in the air), there’s more space to get up and move around reports CN Travel. Continue Reading →

Brewer And Levine Call Out Amtrak For Devastating Local Community Garden In Harlem

In a recent letter to Amtrak CEO Richard H. Anderson, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Mark Levine called out the national rail carrier.

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Report Says, Scenic Harlem Community Garden Claims Crops Were Poisoned

A beloved Harlem community garden is claiming that Amtrak has poisoned its crops, according to a report from Patch. Continue Reading →

Supervisors Suspended Following Subway Derailment In Harlem

Two track maintenance supervisors were suspended Wednesday, a day after following a subway derailment in Harlem that officials said appears to have been caused by human error, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Albert Maysles Was Obsessed With Being In Transit On Amtrak

The NY Post reports that long into his 80s, Albert Maysles always preferred buses and trains to taxis. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Maintenance Tops $38 Billion Creating Jobs From Harlem To The Hudson

The busiest U.S. passenger rail route needs $38 billion to stay in good working order, a 36% jump over the estimate just a year ago, according to a group that oversees the Northeast Corridor. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Service Disruption In And Out Of Penn Station

Due to a minor train derailment, Amtrak customers should expect delays in and out of Penn Station. Continue Reading →

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