Amtrak’s new Acela non-stop route between New York and D.C. is going to make traveling between the two a breeze! Starting September 23, Amtrak is introducing a non-stop Acela route that heads from New York City to Washington, D.C. each morning, and back to the Big Apple each night. Yes, it only shaves about 15 minutes off the usual Acela route between the two cities—but at just two hours and 35 minutes long, the high-speed ride sure beats fighting through TSA security lines, waiting in New York’s crowded airports, and sitting in a cramped plane for an hour and a half. Beyond just speed, the train route also offers a consistency that air travel can’t, Amtrak officials say.
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