An Amtrak employee at the station in Essex Junction. 

BARRE — Amtrak has cancelled most passenger rail service in Vermont today due to Winter Storm Landon, which is expected to bring 8-12 inches of snow to the region.

Last week’s storm and this event underscore the difficult balance between providing a reliable means of transportation and keeping our passengers safe in extreme weather events,” said Toni Clithero, AOT Grants Program Manager.

Ethan Allen Service: Both the northbound (Train #291) and southbound (Train #290) trains will not operate in Vermont on Thursday. The train is operate between Albany and New York’s Penn Station on its normal schedule.

Vermonter Service: Amtrak has cancelled the northbound Vermonter (Train #56) for Thursday. The southbound Vermonter (Train #55) is operating on its normal schedule.

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