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Upstate flooding causing Amtrak cancellations to the west

Upstate flooding causing Amtrak cancellations to the west

Amtrak says flooding in upstate New York is causing more cancellations west of Albany.

Amtrak says flooding in upstate New York is causing more cancellations west of Albany.

Amtrak says Empire Service trains will operate normally only between New York City and the Albany-area station in Rensselaer today while repairs are made.

Runs of the westbound Lake Shore Limited from New York and Boston to Chicago via Rensselaer are canceled.

Operating normally west of Albany today will be the Maple Leaf, but it will be subject to delays between Toronto and Buffalo.

Also scheduled to operate normally are today’s eastbound Lake Shore Limited from Chicago, the Adirondack between Montreal and New York and the Ethan Allen Express to Rutland, Vt.

Cross-state Amtrak passenger service was canceled Thursday because of extensive flooding near Amsterdam, where the tracks run along the north bank of the Mohawk River.

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