Maybe the Auto Train also managed to cut costs?Looking at the chart in the article, I see that revenue is up 12% on the Auto train, but ridership is still down 16%. Did they really raise their prices that much?
In any event--yes--the Long Distance, or national , or whatever routes definitely seemed to bounce back a little bit better than the rest of the system. So, that's good. Thanks for sharing!
Considering Amtrak removed half the cars on the trains, cut the dining and the amenities, and made prices so high, one would expect revenues to be down. But Amtrak would be satisfied with no trains, no revenues, no service but no loss. That's how they view their business.Down, but not as badly a other sectors.