Acela Express

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Acela Express

Acela Express is Amtrak's flagship high-speed train service. It runs along the Northeast Corridor, which is in the northeastern part of the United States between Washington D.C and Boston. It has 16 stops, including Providence, Rhode Island; Baltimore, Maryland; Philadelphia and New York City. On some parts of the track, the trains are able to go up to 150 mph, this makes the Acela trainsets are the fastest trainsets in the Americas. Acela carried more than 3.4 million passengers in 2016. Only Northeast Regional carried more people then, over 8 million. Its 2016 revenue was US$585 million, 25% of Amtrak's total.

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