rcthompson04 wrote: ↑Mon May 09, 2022 10:04 am Who would benefit from such a rerouting? Other than some people in Montgomery and Bucks County, I don't think the alternative routing would help anyone. If you want to make the route a lot more high speed, you probably need to squeeze it into the I-95 right of way as much as possible, but even then you have issues. Not saying there isn't some benefit of maybe running some trains from 30th Street to NYP via the West Trenton Line, but anything else seems like a waste of resources for little gain.Well, that's the point - Amtrak (and maybe NJT?) wants to make the NEC even more high(er) speed than it is now; the most basic way to do that would be to get as much slower traffic off of the NEC as possible. A dedicated high-speed rail down I-95 would be pretty great, but that would be far more challenging than rerouting trains that don't stop often, if at all, between Newark-Philly on the West Trenton Line, a line that already exists. You wouldn't have to worry about serving stops between West Trenton-Philly as SEPTA has those locked down.