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Another storm alert: Check with your carrier no matter where!

PHeymont ·
Thousands of flights, mostly to and from Northeast destinations have been cancelled because of the Sunday, Feb. 15 storm that will heavily affect already-affected airports including Boston, the 3 NYC airports and more.   But that's not the end of...
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Valentine's in Northeast: Forget Hearts, Expect Snowballs

PHeymont ·
Sadly, the goddesses of love and weather are not in synch, and the Northeast, including snow-swamped Boston, can expect another round of storm to interfere with Valentine's travel and celebration plans.   Check with your carrier if flights are in...
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Blizzard May Disrupt Northeast Travel: think Plan B

PHeymont ·
Heavy weather in the Northeast may disrupt travel plans, and not only in and out of the area, as airlines move planes around to avoid being grounded in the area. If you're traveling in the next couple of days, check with your airline on conditions and...
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Big upgrade coming for Amtrak's Acela

PHeymont ·
Amtrak is buying new trainsets for the Northeast Corridor, and putting some money into infrastructure upgrades for its high-speed service.
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Re: Big upgrade coming for Amtrak's Acela

DrFumblefinger ·
These train routes are popular because they make travel sense to consumers. That's why they're successful, and I'm all for improving these routes to provide even better customer service. Much of the Americas is too sparsely populated for train travel to be a viable option for most, and it generally is much less consumer friendly than driving, especially over a short distance.
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