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Amtrak is canceling its remaining long-distance routes in anticipation of potential disruptions caused by a potential freight railroad strike.
Starting Thursday, all Amtrak long-distance trains will be canceled, Amtrak announced Wednesday.
Amtrak said it will only operate trains this week that have enough time to reach their destinations before a strike or lockout would be allowed to begin just after midnight Friday.
The railroad service says it has already "begun phased adjustments" earlier this week in the event that contract negotiations are not resolved with its unions before Friday's strike deadline.
UNIONS ACCUSE RAILROADS OF 'CORPORATE TERRORISM' AS STRIKE DEADLINE NEARS