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May 19, 2021

[Answer] The first Amtrak service linked which two cities?

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...1. New York City and Chicago 2. New York City and Boston 3. New York City and Philadelphia 4. Boston and Philadelphia




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New York City and Philadelphia - In October 1970, President Nixon signed the Rail Passenger Service Act. This consolidated 20 existing passenger railroad services into the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, which later became known as Amtrak. The first official Amtrak service left New York City’s Penn Station just after midnight on May 1, 1971 and set out for Philadelphia. Over the following years, additional routes were quickly introduced — Amtrak now serves 33 routes to more than 500 destinations in 46 U.S. states and Canada. In 2019, passengers took a record 32.5 million trips on Amtrak trains. :


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