Amtrak thinking of New Orleans to Orlando

Amtrak, along with Southern Rail Commission are carrying on a tour along Gulf Coast to look at the feasibility of bringing in passenger rail back to Gulf Coast, over a decade after Hurricane Katrina spoiled the tracks.

Recently, the Southern Rail Commission stated that the so-called "Inspection Train" would have fourteen stops in 4 states, starting from 18th February in New Orleans as well as concluding the next day in Jacksonville, in Florida. Other stops are Gulfport and Biloxi in Mississippi; Pensacola and Tallahassee in Florida; and Mobile in Alabama.

Greg White, the Southern Rail Commission Chairman, told the Charter Yacht Largs website that he is urging Amtrak to re-establish daily - round-trip service between Orlando and New Orleans.

News houses reported that Joe Boardmanm, Chief Executive Officer and President of Amtrak, will play host to elected officials as well as others on the trip that is being taken to look at the current railroad infrastructure.

Meanwhile, there is a great new for those who travel to New Orleans via air. The Louis Armstrong International Airport will have a thirty gate terminal. This program will really put a jewel in the crown on one of the most fun and quirky cities in the world. The city has seen record number of travelers in 2015 and the number is increasing day by day.

New Orleans mayor, Mitch Landrieu told that modern airports like this are really one of those things that have helped in transforming economies around the world.