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  2. About Amtrak

    Amtrak

    Amtrak is a quasi-governmental corporation that provides intercity passenger train service. Amtrak operates passenger service on 21,000 miles of track primarily owned by other railroads connecting 500 destinations in 46 states.

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    1. I will see them as well. I'm confident. But I will not tell you my age.'' He replaces acting general manager Donald L. Saunders, a former Amtrak executive who is chief operating officer of Chicago-based Veolia Transportation, one of the partners in the MBCR. Kiley most recently served as assistant vice president/operations for Norfolk Southern Corp., one of the country's largest freight railroad companies, where he oversaw major infrastructure and service improvement projects. He previously worked for Conrail. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Kiley began his railroad career at Boston's South Station in 1970 as a brakeman.
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