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Term used to refer to the 461 mi railroad corridor between Niagara Falls, New York and New York City, including the cities of Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, Amsterdam, Schenectady, Albany, and Poughkeepsie. Wikipedia
International passenger train service operated by Amtrak and Via Rail between Pennsylvania Station in New York City and Union Station in Toronto via the Empire Corridor. Offered in both directions; the 544 mi trip takes approximately 12 hours, including two hours for customs and immigration inspection at Niagara Falls. Wikipedia
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- The Hudson Line is part of the Empire Corridor, and Yonkers, Croton-on-Hudson, and Poughkeepsie stations are all served by Amtrak as well as Metro-North.
- As of 2011, the highest priority for high-speed rail projects in New York is in the Empire Corridor, of which no part crosses the Southern Tier.
- The Empire Corridor between Albany and Buffalo saw service greatly reduced with service beyond Buffalo to Niagara Falls discontinued in 1961.
- From 1971 to 1991, all Amtrak trains using the intrastate Empire Corridor to Niagara Falls terminated at Grand Central; interstate Northeast Corridor trains used Penn Station.
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