Tennessee Rail Passengers' Response to Changes at Amtrak

Rail passengers across the nation are concerned about recent changes and proposed changes involving Amtrak's long-distance routes.

The Tennessee Association of Railroad Passengers will offer a response; however, we want our response to truly reflect the views of our members and others in our state who utilize Amtrak.

If you are a Tennessean and consider yourself an Amtrak customer, a potential Amtrak customer, or someone who benefits from the presence of Amtrak service, please take a moment to complete this survey.

Are you concerned that Amtrak management eliminated traditional dining car service on the Lake Shore Limited and Capitol Limited routes?

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* 1. Are you concerned that Amtrak management eliminated traditional dining car service on the Lake Shore Limited and Capitol Limited routes?

Are you concerned that Amtrak management eliminated all ticket/baggage offices at stations that handle less than 40 passengers per day?

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* 2. Are you concerned that Amtrak management eliminated all ticket/baggage offices at stations that handle less than 40 passengers per day?

Are you concerned that Amtrak management proposes to split the Southwest Chief (trains 3 and 4) into two routes with a "bus bridge" in between?

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* 3. Are you concerned that Amtrak management proposes to split the Southwest Chief (trains 3 and 4) into two routes with a "bus bridge" in between?

Are you concerned about the direction that Richard Anderson, President of Amtrak, is leading the company?

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* 4. Are you concerned about the direction that Richard Anderson, President of Amtrak, is leading the company?

How should TARP, the Tennessee Association of Railroad Passengers, officially respond to the recent and proposed changes at Amtrak?

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* 5. How should TARP, the Tennessee Association of Railroad Passengers, officially respond to the recent and proposed changes at Amtrak?

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