9/20/2019
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Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson started two years ago on a plan to take advantage of airlines' reduced schedules between small cities and rural areas, and the company has been hitting its goals. "As these urban corridors densify, and all the millennials move to cities and don't own cars, we gradually take over more and more of the market share from airlines, and 95 percent of our customers go about 250 miles," he says. Amtrak has an online resource center for travel advisors.

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