Expect more Penn Station woes

Rail commuters at NY Penn Station can anticipate as many as three "significant" service disruptions this summer as part of the accelerated repair work of its aging infrastructure plans announced this week. Amtrak CEO Wick Moorman told a New Jersey legislative committee Friday that the goal is to have the work at the nation's busiest rail station done by Labor Day. "Amtrak now plans to advance this work quickly through a series of major projects beginning in May and continuing through the fall in order to quickly achieve the benefits of this renewal work for our partners and passengers," according to a statement posted to Amtrak.com. The work will require the closing of tracks and schedule changes of all the railroads operating at NY Penn.

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