Amtrak Florida and Southeast Train Service Suspended
Like airlines, all service for Amtrak Florida trains are affected by Hurricane Irma. In fact, the entire eastern seaboard is affected. I’m closely monitoring the situation as I’m trying to get home to my family, too. Here is the latest Amtrak update Hurricane Irma on trains to Florida as of Thursday Sept. 7 at 7pm ET.
- The Silver Star Train 92 and Silver Meteor Train 98 (Miami – New York City) are cancelled for Sept. 9 – 11.
- The Silver Star Train 91 (New York City – Miami) will operate from New York City to Orlando, Fla., on Thursday, Sept. 7. The Silver Meteor Train 97 (New York City – Miami) will operate from New York City to Jacksonville, Fla. Trains 91 and 97 are cancelled for Sept. 8 – 10.
- The Auto Train 53 (Lorton, Va. – Sanford, Fla.) is cancelled for Friday, Sept.8, and Saturday, Sept. 9. The Auto Train 52 (Sanford, Fla. – Lorton, Va.) is cancelled on Sept. 9-11. No alternate transportation will be provided.
Anyone can subscribe to automated email or text message notifications if Amtrak trains are behind schedule at specific stations. Notifications can be given for up to six trains and stations by either text or email and delivered when you choose – on a single day, every day, or just certain days of the week. Create a subscription at Amtrak.com/delayalerts.
Passengers with travel plans also can confirm their train’s status, change their plans or review refund information using a range of tools – including Amtrak.com, smartphone apps or by calling 800-USA-RAIL. Service Alerts, Passenger Notices and other announcements are posted at Amtrak.com/alerts.
All of this info can change, of course. A complete list of schedule cancellations can be found on Amtrak.com at the top of their home page.
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