The train’s locomotive remains on the track at its station in Albany, New York, a little over a month after the train made its last run.
But in September, Amtrak began running more trains from the same terminal, which is why the trains are moving faster and faster.
Amtrak’s new trains are so efficient that Amtrak expects to run more than 4,200 miles of track in 2021, an average of about five trains a day.
The company has said it plans to triple that number in 2024.
The trains are also better-equipped and have more amenities than in previous decades, and they’re being equipped with more sensors and advanced sensors, according to Amtrak.
Amtrak plans to double its number of sensors and sensors and more advanced sensors in 2021 and 2024.
It expects to double the number of rail sensors on all its trains by 2024, up from roughly 1,500 now.
Amtrak also plans to add a total of 1,400 sensors on the new trains, compared with 1,300 on the older ones, according of the agency.
The newer trains will be equipped with a new generation of locomotives, which are equipped with cameras that can take pictures of trains’ track and track cars, allowing for the analysis of how a train is operating.
The cameras can also measure how long the train is on track and how fast it’s moving, according the company.
“We are moving forward with a number of initiatives to upgrade our rail system,” Amtrak said in a statement to Bloomberg.
The agency also announced the purchase of the last remaining locomotive from the late 1970s.
The locomotive, which was decommissioned in 2008, has been in storage since then, but it’s now being used to replace a train that is in need of replacement.