The introduction of Amtrak’s next generation high-speed rail (NGHSR) train fleet represents the future of high-speed service in the Northeast to increase train frequency between New York and Washington.
This project merges capital improvements earmarked in Amtrak’s 2021 Northeast Corridor Service Plan with its high-speed rail fleet procurement. When completed, the first phase of the Baltimore Station NGHSPR Station/Track Improvements will result in the following infrastructure upgrades:
The Next Generation High-Speed Rail Infrastructure Improvements will be complete in 2023.
Renderings courtesy of JacobsWyper Architects
Tampa International Airport, Automated People Mover
Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Yellow Line, Steel Liner and Bridge Structure Repair Design/Engineering Services
Amtrak, Signaling and Train Control, Communications, Traction Electrification, and Facilities Engineering Services
Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District, West Lake Corridor Project
Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA), Fiber Optic Infrastructure
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Elwyn to Wawa Service Restoration
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Potomac Yard Metrorail Station