STrRedWolf wrote: ↑Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:20 amI looked, but things are getting confirmed by the press before Amtrak’s PR team got it’s pants on."Confirmed" by the press that can't write a story about a grade crossing incident or most other railroad activity without getting ten things wrong?
Here is some good news:
https://www.amtrak.com/services/content ... aived.html
Change Fees Waived on All Existing or New Reservations Made Before April 30
There are no current travel restrictions on Amtrak. However, we understand you may have concerns, and as a valued customer we will waive change fees on all existing or new reservations made before April 30, 2020. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus situation closely and adjust this policy as necessary.
The waiver applies for tickets purchased by April 30, 2020.
How to Change Your Reservation
Simply log in to your account or go to Modify Trip on Amtrak.com, or find your reservation from your account on the home screen in the Amtrak app.
A fare difference may apply to your new itinerary if it is more expensive than the original fare purchased.
If you want to cancel your reservation, call 1-800-USA-RAIL.