KALAMAZOO — Amtrak cancelled the operation of two trains between the Kalamazoo and Chicago areas Sunday evening out of "an abundance of caution" in anticipation of the predicted extreme weather to befall the Midwest through the week, according to a statement on their website.
The transportation service announced trains 350 and 355 between the Chicago-Detroit corridor will not run between Jan. 29-31. The changes are reflected on their website and indicate the train is either "sold out" or out of service, restricting ticket purchases.
Amtrak said in the statement trains 351, 352, 353 and 354 are scheduled to operate. No changes are being made on the Chicago-Port Huron Blue Water or the Chicago-Grand Rapids Pere Marquette routes.
Numerous other trains out of Chicago will be affected due to the weather, which can be found here.