Thursday, April 28, 2016
Amtrak’s state-supported Wolverine Service is now on a summer schedule designed to accommodate track and signal work that aims to bring more of the Chicago-Detroit corridor into 110-mph service. The Michigan Department of Transportation and Amtrak announced the change on April 25, 2016; the summer schedule runs through Sept. 23. WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, and Progressive Railroading noted the change.
The Michigan-supported Blue Water (Chicago-Port Huron) and Pere Marquette (Chicago-Grand Rapids) services are not affected.