Dorian halts Tri-Rail, Brightline, Amtrak


MIAMI – Hurricane Dorian has stopped three train lines in their tracks.

Tri-Rail, Brightline and Amtrak announced canceled or amended schedules in Florida in preparation from the effects of Hurricane Dorian. 

Tri-Rail is suspending service after the last train Sunday, Sept. 1. No service Monday, Sept. 2, until further notice. Tri-Rail suggested passengers monitor tri-rail.com, and the commuter service's twitter and Facebook pages for updates.

Brightline is suspending all services for Monday, Sept. 2 and Tuesday, Sept. 3. Check gobrightline.com/trip/train-status for updates.

Amtrak has canceled its service in Florida due to impending weather. Check amtrak.com for updates. Train routes canceled include:

  • Miami to New York (Silver Star 92 suspended through Monday, Sept. 2; Silver Meteor 98 suspended through Tuesday, Sept. 3)
  • New York to Miami  (Silver Star 91 suspended through Monday, Sept. 2; Silver Meteor 97 suspended through Tuesday, Sept. 3)
  • Sanford, Fla., to Lorton, Va. (Auto Train 52 suspended through Tuesday, Sept. 3)
  • Lorton, Va., to Sanford, Fla. (Auto Train 53 suspended through Tuesday, Sept. 3)