About 2.9 million people rode Amtrak trains in July, more than any other month in the railroad’s history, Amtrak announced.
That included 964,608 in its Northeast Corridor from Washington D.C. to Boston, the service that includes Penn Station in Manhattan and the New Rochelle stop.
For the railroad as a whole, service increased 4.8 percent over the previous July, compared with a 2.7 percent increase for the Northeast Corridor.
The railroad’s Empire Service between New York City and Niagara Falls, which includes the Yonkers and Croton-on-Hudson stops, saw 99,801 riders, a 7.7 percent increase over the previous July.
Here’s Amtrak’s announcement: