Thursday, December 06, 2007

Amtrak Cascades back on track in the Pacific Northwest following weather issues

Heading into Vancouver aboard Amtrak Cascades from Seattle. Sue Frause photo.
Amtrak services throughout the Pacific Northwest will operate normally with some delays on Dec. 7, 2007.  Services were interrupted when the railroad was shut down on Dec. 3 due to extreme weather conditions in the region.

A section of Interstate I-5 in Washington State remains closed.

Passengers should anticipate delays of up to an hour or longer between Portland and Seattle. 
Trains operating between Seattle – Bellingham – Vancouver, BC may incur delays of up to 30 minutes.

According to Amtrak's website, Trains 510 and 517 will be canceled on Dec. 10 and passengers will be bused between Vancouver, BC; Bellingham; Mount Vernon; Everett; Edmonds and Seattle.

The temporary change is due to bridge work being performed by BNSF Railway.

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