WASHINGTON (WNEW) — The Federal Railroad Administration is getting feedback from rail passengers as it plans for the future of train travel along the Northeast Corridor (NEC).

The stretch of railroad track from D.C. to Boston is the busiest in the country, and with more people taking trains up an down the NEC each year, the administration is looking to the future.

“What we really want to hear from public certainly is what matters the most to you when you make a choice to ride rail for your daily business or for your vacation plans… what makes you choose rail as your option,” says NEC Project Manager Rebecca Reyes-Alicea.

She says the administration is collecting this feedback as it looks to “change the game to figure out how rail can play a bigger and better, more efficient role for the future of the Northeast.”

WNEW’s Heather Curtis contributed to this report. Follow her and WNEW on Twitter.

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