30th Street Station, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Union Station, Washington, D.C.

Penn Station, New York, New York

Union Station, New Haven, Connecticut

Union Station, Washington, D.C.

Penn Station, Baltimore, Maryland

South Station, Boston, Massachussetts

What’s New

report_cover NEC Five-Year Capital Plan FY 2016-2020 (04/16/2015)
 
The NEC Five-Year Capital Plan integrates capital programs and priorities among its four infrastructure owners, nine passenger rail operators, and government agencies throughout the Northeast. The Plan is a united strategy to reverse decades of deterioration and rebuild the nation’s busiest passenger railroad.
 
Explore the Plan and Interactive Map
Download: Plan Report (PDF) | Executive Summary (PDF)
 
 
Northeast Corridor Commuter and Intercity Rail Cost Allocation Policy (01/27/2015)
 
The Commission has adopted this historic framework for collaboration and cost-sharing among the Corridor’s owners and operators. The development and implementation of this interim policy fulfills an important statutory requirement set forth in Section 212 of the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008 (Pub. L. 110-432).
 
Information Sheet (PDF) |Transmittal Letter to the U.S. House of Representatives (PDF) | Transmittal Letter to the U.S. Senate (PDF) | Read More »
 
 

About the NEC Commission

The Northeast Corridor

The Northeast Corridor (NEC) is the rail backbone of the Northeast region and the busiest passenger rail corridor in the United Sates. It connects eight states and the District of Columbia and each day serves 750,000 riders and 2,000 commuter, intercity, and freight trains. | Learn More » NEC Overview
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The NEC Commission

Congress created the Northeast Corridor Infrastructure and Operations Advisory Commission (NEC Commission) in recognition of the inherent challenges of coordinating, financing, and implementing major improvements that cross multiple jurisdictions. The NEC Commission is comprised of members from each of the NEC states, Amtrak, and the U.S. Department of Transportation.

The Commission brings NEC stakeholders together in a coordinated manner to develop and implement a long-term investment strategy for the NEC and to provide information about the NEC’s role in economic growth and development. The Commission is also charged with developing a cost allocation formula that ensures that there is no cross-subsidization of commuter, intercity, and freight rail service on the NEC and to make annual recommendations to Congress about infrastructure needs and operational improvements. | Learn More » Commission Members