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Watch How We Do It: New Efforts for Keeping You Safe

 

Each service day begins and ends with ensuring our trains operate safely for our riders. This statement of course takes on a new meaning in present times, but we have thoughtfully added to our safety program accordingly. 

See our new cleaning procedures in action as well as how riders are expected to utilize social distancing guidance, follow state orders for face coverings, and maintain good hand hygiene. 

 

 

 

The Juice Train

Originally a single, insulated boxcar that carried orange juice in bulk once a week from Florida to Kearney, N.J., the Juice Train expanded quickly.

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Safety Concerns

Here are some examples of things that you the rider can do to keep yourself safe.

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The Quiet Car

Ever since the debut of VRE's Quiet Cars, we've intended for them to be restful, peaceful and quiet, but not necessarily tombs of complete silence. We urge everyone who plans to ride in a Quiet Car to please review the guidelines and respect your fellow quiet-seeking passengers.

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Free Ride Certificates (aka: FRCs)

If a VRE train enters a station 30 minutes or more behind schedule, passengers detraining from that point forward are entitled to receive one "Free Ride Certificate" good for a FREE one-way trip on VRE.

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Train Delays
Train Delays

There are many reasons for delays and below, we try to highlight some of the major ones:

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