Business travelers in the Northeastern United States always had the option of trains over planes, but old infrastructure restricts operations and limits the productivity potential. As explained in this article by Madeleine Ngo, fresh funding could help Amtrak slowly get up to speed.
Washington, D.C. - Officials up and down the East Coast have long agitated for money to help replace crumbling bridges and tunnels along the Northeast Corridor, the heavily traveled route between Washington and Boston. After decades of underinvestment, the $1 trillion infrastructure bill that President Joe Biden signed last month . . .