Aging Infrastructure Plagues Nation’s Busiest Rail Corridor

“We’re seeing two tends converging in an extraordinary way,” said Thomas Wright, president of Regional Plan Association, a research and advocacy group. “Ridership is hitting all-time highs on the Northeast Corridor at the same time that the system is just too brittle and does not have the ability to withstand heat waves, storms and other incidents.”

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