Northeast Corridor Capital Investment Plan: Fiscal Years 2018-2022 (05/04/2017)
The Northeast Corridor Capital Investment Plan documents the investments required over the next five years to reverse decades of deterioration and to modernize our shared national asset for future economic growth. The Plan combines anticipated investments based on available funding and resources with capital investments that could occur with additional funding to restore and improve the condition of the NEC.
Northeast Corridor Annual Report: Fiscal Year 2016 (05/04/2017)
The Northeast Corridor Annual Report: Operations and Infrastructure for Fiscal Year 2016 documents the operational performance of NEC trains and the implementation of the capital program for federal fiscal year 2016. The NEC Annual Report also contains recommendations for improving planning for and reporting on capital projects.
Commission Letter to the President-Elect (12/9/2016)
The Northeast Corridor Commission sent a letter to the President-elect highlighting the need for investment in the NEC.
President-Elect Letter (PDF)
Northeast Corridor One-Year Implementation Plan Fiscal Year 2017 (10/26/2016)
The Northeast Corridor One-Year Implementation Plan: Fiscal Year 2017 (the Plan) is a cross-agency record of the anticipated capital project activity along the Corridor in the upcoming federal fiscal year based on available capital funding.
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 800,000 riders and 2,000 commuter, intercity, and freight trains. | Learn More » NEC Overview
The Corridor’s partners are committed to modernizing the Northeast Corridor (NEC) rail network. Because the rail system serves multiple states and crosses many jurisdictions, federal, state, and local governments in the region and rail service providers must join together to successfully develop and implement an effective modernization program. The Commission was chartered to facilitate collaborative planning and unified action.
In the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008, Congress recognized the need to improve coordination on the Corridor and amended Section 24905 to direct the Secretary of Transportation to establish the NEC Commission to promote mutual cooperation and planning and to advise Congress on Corridor policy. The Commission is composed of one member from each of the NEC states (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland) and the District of Columbia; four members from Amtrak; and five members from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Commission also includes non-voting representatives from NEC freight railroads, states with feeder corridors that connect to the NEC, and commuter authorities not directly represented by a Commission member.
The Commission provides coordinated regional leadership to focus on near-term strategies to stabilize the NEC and establish a foundation for future growth. | Learn More » Commission Members