Mlive.com: Michigan Amtrak routes to get bi-level passenger rail cars with Wi-Fi
Amtrak plans to add 25 bi-level passenger rail cars to its Michigan lines by 2015, including the Wolverine line that runs through Ann Arbor, according an MLive.com report.
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The cars would be used on three Michigan lines: the Blue Water, the Pere Marquette and the Wolverine. A standard single-level car on the Wolverine line holds 68 passengers, while the bi-level cars will accommodate up to 90, according to the report.
Amtrak says it's providing amenities that travelers are looking for, including Wi-Fi and bike racks.