PORTLAND, Ore. – Amtrak train service between Portland and Seattle has been suspended for at least two days due to a landslide between Vancouver and Kelso.
Amtrak said that BNSF Railway, which owns the tracks, has placed a 48-hour moratorium suspending all rail traffic in the area until April 27.
Normal rail operations continue north of Seattle and south of Portland.
Amtrak has halted service between Portland and Seattle multiple times over the last couple of months due to landslides.
Passengers can change their travel plans or review refund information online, on the Amtrak smartphone app or by calling 800-USA-Rail.
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