- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 23, 2010

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amtrak is expecting its heaviest travel day of the year on the day before Thanksgiving.

Amtrak says that it expects rail ridership to be as high as 127,000 passengers Wednesday and that it will operate every available passenger rail car in its fleet.

Travelers heading to the train station in the northeast will be required to have reservations.

Washington’s Union Station is generally the second busiest rail station in the country after New York City’s Penn Station.



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