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‘Not Unlike the Postal Service’: Advocates Want Amtrak to Prioritize Service Over Profit

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 1 September 2020
Amtrak says it needs more money to avoid slashing service on routes in areas where the rail network is often the only mode of long-distance public transportation.
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