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Roanoke By Rail

A weekend getaway had me headed to Roanoke, Virginia for the first time since I stopped there on a Piedmont Airlines flight from DC to Atlanta in 1979. This time, we traveled on Amtrak from Washington’s Union Station to Roanoke via the new rail extension to the Virginia Blue Ridge that has returned the regular passenger rail …

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Brightline Trains Cracks Code of Switch to Higher Speed Trains

Brightline Trains has eliminated the biggest obstacle for their potential passengers. With the launch of Brightline+, the premier transportation company harnesses the power of modern technology and a fleet of electric vehicles to make inter-city travel in South Florida that much easier. As with all train fares, passengers would have to schedule a drop-off from …

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Thanksgiving Travel to Challenge Airlines as Demand Returns

Vehicles crowd the horseshoe at LAX airport ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, in Los Angeles, on Nov. 18. Photographer: Al Seib/Los Angeles TimesGetty Images Air traffic for the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to approach pre-pandemic levels and travelers are likely considering their plans with some dread, given fresh memories about thousands of canceled flights. “The process …

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The Holiday Travel Crush Has Begun. Are the Airlines Up to It?

  Travelers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston on Saturday. Thanksgiving will be the biggest test of the system’s resilience since the pandemic began, with millions more passengers than last year. Widespread flight cancellations. Excruciating waits for customer service. Unruly passengers. And that was all before the holiday travel season. Even in normal times, …

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