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Some Amtrak Hiawatha trains canceled due to winter weather

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Posted at 6:04 PM, Jan 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-28 19:08:35-05

MILWAUKEE — Due to extreme winter weather in the forecast, Amtrak has canceled a number of trains across the Midwest, including some on the Hiawatha service.

According to Amtrak, trains 329, 332, 333, 336, 337 and 340 are canceled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

  • Train 329: Departs Chicago Union Station 6:10am – CANCELED Tues-Thurs
  • Train 332: Departs Milwaukee Intermodal Station 8:05am – CANCELED Tues-Thurs
  • Train 333: Departs Chicago Union Station 11:05am – CANCELED Tues-Thurs
  • Train 336: Departs Milwaukee Intermodal Station 1:05pm – CANCELED Tues-Thurs
  • Train 337: Departs Chicago Union Station 3:15pm – CANCELED Tues-Thurs
  • Train 340: Departs Milwaukee Intermodal Station 5:45pm – CANCELED Tues-Thurs

Trains 330, 331, 334, 335, 338, 339, 341 and 342 are still scheduled to run.

Trains between Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis are all affected by the closings as well. To track your specific train, go to Amtrak.com/Delay/Alerts.

If a canceled train affects your travel plans, you can see if you’re eligible for a refund on Amtrak’s website as well.