I’ll try to find it. It was a recorded interview.He did approve the last Parlour car overhauls, ones that never took place since Anderson prompted cancelled them and retired the fleet.
He didn’t seem to agree with the Anderson/Gardner regime at the time.
“Following a Chicago luncheon on May 25, 2017, former Amtrak President and CEO Wick Moorman told Trains that long-distance trains “break even on direct costs.”
From article below.
From January 2019 Trains When the Southwest Chief rumbles across New Mexico’s Raton Pass, with sleeping-car passengers paying as much as $1,058 to ride in a roomette, what is the train’s revenue-versus-cost effect on Amtrak’s bottom line? According to the “route level results” of the fiscal 2017...www.trains.com
Here it is: