Northeast Regional


Northeast Regional
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Northeast Regional
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Two AEM-7s lead a Regional through New Jersey in 2005.
Overview
Service type Regional rail
Status Operating
Locale Northeastern United States
Current operator(s) Amtrak
Average ridership 7,148,998 (2010 total)[1]
Route
Start Boston or Springfield, Massachusetts
No. of intermediate stops 35 between Boston and Newport News, 7 on Springfield branch
End Newport News or Lynchburg, Virginia
Distance travelled 664 mi (1,069 km)
Average journey time 12 hours 30 minutes
Service frequency 18 trains per day[2]
On-board services
Seating arrangements Airline-style coach seating
Catering facilities On-board café
Baggage facilities Checked baggage available at selected stations
Technical
Gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Operating speed max: 125 mph (201 km/h)
Route map
Legend
Head station
94 mi (151 km) Springfield
Unrestricted border on track
MA/CT border
Stop on track
109 mi (175 km) Windsor Locks
Stop on track
114 mi (183 km) Windsor
Stop on track
120 mi (190 km) Hartford
Stop on track
131 mi (211 km) Berlin
Stop on track
138 mi (222 km) Meriden
Stop on track
144 mi (232 km) Wallingford
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "INTACCa"
0 mi (0 km) Boston South Station
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "INTACC"
1 mi (1.6 km) Boston Back Bay Station
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "ACC"
11 mi (18 km) Rt. 128
Abbreviated in this map Unrestricted border on track
MA/RI border
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "ACC"
43 mi (69 km) Providence
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
70 mi (110 km) Kingston
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
87 mi (140 km) Westerly
Abbreviated in this map Unrestricted border on track
RI/CT border
Abbreviated in this map Stop on track
96 mi (154 km) Mystic
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
105 mi (169 km) New London
Unknown BSicon "KMW" Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
123 mi (198 km) Old Saybrook
Track turning left Junction from right
Unknown BSicon "ACC"
156 mi (251 km) New Haven
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
173 mi (278 km) Bridgeport
Unknown BSicon "ACC"
195 mi (314 km) Stamford
Unrestricted border on track
CT/NY border
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
212 mi (341 km) New Rochelle
Unknown BSicon "INTACC"
231 mi (372 km) New York Penn Station
Unrestricted border on track
NY/NJ border
Urban railway Unknown BSicon "INTACC"
241 mi (388 km) Newark Penn Station
Airport Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
244 mi (393 km) Newark Airport
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
255 mi (410 km) Metropark
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
263 mi (423 km) New Brunswick
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
279 mi (449 km) Princeton Junction
Urban railway Unknown BSicon "ACC"
289 mi (465 km) Trenton
Unrestricted border on track
NJ/PA border
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
305 mi (491 km) Cornwells Heights
Stop on track
318 mi (512 km) North Philadelphia
Urban railway Unknown BSicon "INTACC"
322 mi (518 km) Philadelphia
Unrestricted border on track
PA/DE border
Unknown BSicon "ACC"
347 mi (558 km) Wilmington
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
359 mi (578 km) Newark
Unrestricted border on track
DE/MD border
Stop on track
386 mi (621 km) Aberdeen
Urban railway Unknown BSicon "ACC"
416 mi (669 km) Baltimore
Airport Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
427 mi (687 km) BWI Airport
Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
448 mi (721 km) New Carrollton
Unrestricted border on track
MD/DC border
Unknown BSicon "INTACC"
457 mi (735 km) Washington D.C.
Unrestricted border on track
DC/VA border
Stop on track
465 mi (748 km) Alexandria
Track turning from left Junction to right
Unknown BSicon "KMW" Stop on track
481 mi (774 km) Woodbridge
Abbreviated in this map Stop on track
491 mi (790 km) Quantico
Abbreviated in this map Stop on track
511 mi (822 km) Fredericksburg
Abbreviated in this map Stop on track
555 mi (893 km) Ashland
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "ACC"
566 mi (911 km) Richmond Staples Mill Road
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
573 mi (922 km) Richmond Main Street
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "HSTACC"
621 mi (999 km) Williamsburg
Abbreviated in this map Unknown BSicon "ACCe"
644 mi (1,036 km) Newport News
Stop on track
Burke Centre
Stop on track
490 mi (790 km) Manassas
Stop on track
525 mi (845 km) Culpeper
Unknown BSicon "ACC"
569 mi (916 km) Charlottesville
Unknown BSicon "ACCe"
630 mi (1,010 km) Lynchburg

The Northeast Regional is an intercity rail service operated by Amtrak in the Northeastern United States. In the past, it has also been known as the NortheastDirect, Acela Regional, and Regional. It is by far the busiest Amtrak route, carrying 7.15 million passengers in fiscal year 2010.[1] The second-busiest Amtrak service is the Acela Express which carried around 3.2 million passengers the same year.[1] The Northeast Regional had a total revenue of $458,105,798 in fiscal year 2010, up from $431,430,679 in 2009.[1]

There is frequent daily all-reserved service, operating every hour of every day. Trains generally operate between Boston, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C., with extra service between New York City and Washington and some extended service to Springfield, Massachusetts, Richmond, Virginia, Newport News and Lynchburg, Virginia.

Travel times are approximately 4.5 hours between Newport News and Washington, two hours between Washington and Philadelphia, 1.5 hours between Philadelphia and New York, 3.5 hours between New York and Springfield, and four hours between New York and Boston.

Contents

Equipment

Trains are usually 6 to 10 cars long, with a single locomotive pulling at the head end. Today's Northeast Regional uses equipment that is roughly equivalent to the last iteration of the defunct Metroliner service, which had used the same AEM-7 electric locomotives at speeds up to 125 MPH, and used Amfleet II passenger cars. Many Northeast Regional trains have their southern terminus at Washington D.C. However, the number of daily NE Corridor trains that extend into Virginia is increasing annually, according to Amtrak Virginia.

Today, the passenger cars are rebuilt Amfleet I series passenger cars built by the Budd Company in the mid to late 1970s. Prior to March 2008, when Amtrak changed its format for the new Northeast Regional service, the first car was Business Class (formerly the last car), and the second car was the operational Café Car (formerly the second-to-last car). Today, all regional trains have the cafe in the middle of the train, but the business class car is still on the front. If a second Café Car is present, it is only used for passenger seating. Some trains offer a limited number business class seating at the front of the Café Car, instead of having a dedicated Business Class car. The Coach Class car adjacent to business class usually is designated the quiet car, where passengers are asked to refrain from loud talking and mobile phone conversations. In extremely rare occasions, an ex-Metroliner cab car used for the Keystone Service and the New Haven–Springfield Shuttle will be included at the front (after the locomotive) or end of the train.[3] This is usually a deadheaded car, and the locomotive will be leading anyway as all Amtrak trains on the Northeast Corridor with the exclusion of the Keystone will have the locomotive leading, regardless of the direction.

Between Boston and Washington the service has overhead electric wires and largely travels over Amtrak owned-and-operated tracks. This segment reaches speeds of 125 MPH and uses electric locomotives, including the AEM-7 class, built 1978–1987 for the now retired Metroliner service with 5800 horsepower (5.2 MW), the rebuilt AEM-7AC with 8000 horsepower (6 MW), and the Bombardier/Alstom HHP-8 built 1999–2002, also with 8000 horsepower (6 MW). The 8000 horsepower locomotives are not as commonly used on NE Regional trains, since they are standard power for the long-distance trains that use the Northeast Corridor (the Cardinal, the Carolinian, the Crescent, the Palmetto, the Silver Meteor and the Silver Star).

NorthEast Regional trains in Virginia and along the route between Springfield, MA and New Haven, CT, use GE P42DC diesel locomotives and have generally lower peak train speeds. Because these travel segments are using freight railroad tracks, these trains also are more likely to suffer unexpected delays due to congested tracks.

History

The NortheastDirect branding was used for all Northeast Regional services 1995-2003.
An Acela Regional at South Station, Boston, in 2002.
A Virginian Northeast Regional crosses the James River near Lynchburg in 2011
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The services along the line, as inherited from Penn Central, once had their own names, like the Yankee Clipper and the Federal; typically a name applied to at most one train and its "twin" in the opposite direction. On October 28, 1995, Amtrak introduced the NortheastDirect brand for all trains on the Northeast Corridor (and its extension to Newport News, Virginia) except for the express Metroliner and hourly Clocker services.[4] The November 10, 1996 timetable restored the old names in addition to the NortheastDirect brand.[5] The names (except the Twilight Shoreliner) were permanently dropped with the May 16, 1999 schedule,[6] and on January 31, 2000 the first rebranded Acela Regional electrified trains ran.[7] Due to confusion with the Acela Express, the name was changed again on March 17, 2003 to Regional.[8] On April 7, 2008 with the release of their new timetable, the name was changed again to Northeast Regional and as a result, Amtrak has started adding the new Northeast Regional logo to their cafe cars.[9][10] However, as of 2010, some Amfleet cars still have the NortheastDirect branding in the side.

Virginia service

Although Virginia is not strictly part of the Northeast Corridor, some Northeast Regional trains continue into Virginia, serving Richmond, Newport News, Lynchburg and points in between. Unlike the Northeast Corridor, these tracks are not electrified and are owned by freight railroads. The short distance between Richmond's northern railway station and its downtown Main Street railway station travels at a very slow speed because of the reliance on freight railway track rights through a CSX rail yard. The Commonwealth of Virginia and Amtrak formally partnered in 2009 under the brand Amtrak Virginia to expand passenger rail service within the Commonwealth.

Northeast Regional service south to Alexandria, Richmond, Williamsburg, and Newport News formally began on June 14, 1976, when Amtrak ended the Newport News 'section' of the James Whitcomb Riley. This extension travels over CSX tracks from Washington, DC south to Newport News, VA. The long-standing service to Newport News, which operates 2 trains per day in each direction, has not been subject to either a subsidy or performance guarantee by the Department of Rail & Public Transportation (DRPT), Commonwealth of Virginia.

In October 2009 Amtrak extended the Northeast Regional with daily service from Alexandria, VA, via Burke, Manassas, Culpeper, and Charlottesville, to Lynchburg with support from the Department of Rail & Public Transportation, Commonwealth of Virginia. This extension travels over CSX tracks between Washington, DC and Alexandria, VA, and travel over Norfolk Southern tracks between Alexandria and Lynchburg. In the first month ridership doubled expectations.[11] DRPT provided a performance guarantee for this route.

A further extension south from Richmond, VA to Norfolk, VA along Norfolk Southern tracks is being planned by the Department of Rail & Public Transportation (DRPT), Commonwealth of Virginia in cooperation with Amtrak. Certain track upgrades (e.g. passing sidings, replacing track to increase operating speeds) between Richmond and Norfolk that are necessary to enable this extension are being funded jointly by Norfolk Southern and DRPT. This extension is expected to open in 2013, according to DRPT's official web site.

Classes of service

  • Coach class: Regional Coach cars have 2x2 seating with reading lamps, fold-out tray tables, and either at least 1 (120 V, 60 Hz AC) electrical outlet per seat pair. Reservations are required.
  • Business Class: This is either a re-purposed Long-Distance Coach car with 2x2 seats, reading lamps, fold-out tray tables, and at least 1 (120 V, 60 Hz) electrical outlet per seat pair, or this is a separate seating area with 1x2 leather seats, with deep recline, reading lamps, fold-out-tray tables, and at least 1 (120 V, 60 Hz) electrical outlet per seat pair located at one end of a combination Cafe/Business Class car. The primary difference between Long-Distance Coach seats Regional Coach seats is additional leg room. Business Class passengers receive complimentary soft drinks. The Business Class car is normally supplied with a daily newspaper, often The New York Times, at its origin station.
  • First Class is no longer available on Northeast Regional trains. It is now exclusively on Acela Express trains.

Beginning with the schedule effective April 25, 2005, Amtrak abolished the previously common unreserved trains. Now, any ticketed passenger is guaranteed a seat on his/her train. "Reservations" may be made at any time after eleven months prior to the train's departure, easing the frequent practice of arriving at the station and purchasing a ticket for the next train. Now reservations are made online at amtrak.com or at 1-800-USA-RAIL. Tickets may also be purchased at the station closer to departure if the station is equipped with a ticket window. Quick Trak machines are available for self ticket service in place of a ticket window.

Route

The Northeast Regional operates over Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Amtrak, Metro-North Railroad, and CSX Transportation trackage when trains head to Newport News:

Or, when trains head to Lynchburg, Northeast Regional operates over Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Amtrak, Metro-North Railroad, CSX Transportation, and Norfolk Southern Railway trackage:

There is frequent service between Washington-New York and Washington-Boston throughout the day. There is some service to Springfield, Massachusetts, either through to Washington or via a connection at New Haven, Connecticut. Trains between Springfield and New Haven operate over Amtrak trackage but require a diesel locomotive over that portion. Some trains go as far south as Richmond, Newport News, Virginia or Lynchburg, Virginia.

Until around 1999, some service to Springfield continued east to Boston, for an alternate Inland Route between New York and Boston. One weekend train stayed along this route until the November 1, 2004 schedule.

One train, the Federal (Twilight Shoreliner until 2004), used to provide premium overnight sleeper service between Washington and Boston, giving the corridor 24 hour service; the Federal name (briefly resurrected in 2004) is no longer used as an indication of the absence of sleeper service, but a Northeast Regional runs in its place.

Station stops

State Town/City Station Connections
South Station, Old Saybrook, and intermediate stations are used only for service to and from Boston, Massachusetts
Massachusetts Boston South Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Lake Shore Limited
MBTA Commuter Rail: Fairmount Line, Framingham/Worcester Line, Franklin Line, Needham Line, Old Colony Lines, Greenbush Line Providence/Stoughton Line
MBTA Bus Lines: 4, 7, 11, 448, 449, 459
MBTA Subway Lines: Red Line, Silver Line (Phase II)
Back Bay Amtrak: Acela Express, Lake Shore Limited
MBTA Commuter Rail: Framingham/Worcester Line, Franklin Line, Needham Line, Providence/Stoughton Line
MBTA Bus Lines: 10, 39, 170
MBTA Subway Lines: Orange Line
Westwood Route 128 Amtrak: Acela Express
MBTA Commuter Rail: Providence/Stoughton Line
Rhode Island Providence Providence Amtrak: Acela Express
MBTA Commuter Rail: Providence/Stoughton Line
South Kingstown Kingston RIPTA Buses
Westerly Westerly none
Connecticut Mystic Mystic
New London New London Amtrak: Acela Express
ConnDOT: Shore Line East
SEAT Buses
Old Saybrook Old Saybrook ConnDOT: Shore Line East
Estuary Transit District
Springfield, Wallingford, and intermediate stations are used only for service to and from Springfield, Massachusetts
Massachusetts Springfield Springfield Amtrak: Lake Shore Limited, Vermonter, Shuttle
Connecticut Windsor Locks Windsor Locks Amtrak: Vermonter, Shuttle
Windsor Windsor Amtrak: Shuttle
Hartford Hartford Union Station Amtrak: Vermonter, Shuttle
Kensington Berlin
Meriden Meriden
Wallingford Wallingford Amtrak: Shuttle
New Haven New Haven – Union Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Shuttle, Vermonter
ConnDOT: Shore Line East
CT Transit New Haven: J, Commuter Connection Downtown and Sargent Drive, Temple Street Garage Shuttle
Metro-North Railroad: New Haven Line
Greyhound Lines: Greyhound Bus Lines, Peter Pan Bus Lines
Bridgeport Bridgeport Amtrak: Vermonter
ConnDOT: Shore Line East
GBTA: Coastal Link, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Metro-North Railroad: New Haven Line
Stamford Stamford Amtrak: Acela Express, Vermonter
ConnDOT: Shore Line East
CT Transit Stamford: 11, 13, 14, 21, 22, 24, 31, 32, 33, 34, 41, 42, 43, 44, Commuter Connection Central, Commuter Connection-North, Commuter Connection Route 1 – East, Commuter Connection Bulls Head, I-Bus
Metro-North Railroad: New Haven Line
New York New Rochelle New Rochelle Bee-Line: 7, 30, 42, 45, 60, 61, 62, 66, 91
Metro-North Railroad: New Haven Line
New York City Penn Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Adirondack, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Keystone Service, Lake Shore Limited, Maple Leaf, Palmetto, Pennsylvanian, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter
Long Island Rail Road: Main Line, Port Washington Branch
New Jersey Transit: North Jersey Coast Line, Northeast Corridor Line, Gladstone Branch, Montclair-Boonton Line, Morristown Line
NYC Subway: 1 2 3 A C E trains
NYC Transit buses: M4, M7, M20, M34 / M34A Select Bus Service, Q32
New Jersey Newark Newark Penn Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Keystone Service, Palmetto, Pennsylvanian, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter
NJ Transit: Newark City Subway, Newark Light Rail, North Jersey Coast Line, Northeast Corridor Line, Raritan Valley Line, 1, 5, 21, 34, 40, 62, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 108, 308, 319, 361, 375, 378
PATH: NWK-WTC
Coach USA: 31, 44
Newark Liberty International Airport AirTrain Newark: to Newark Liberty International Airport
Amtrak: Keystone Service
NJ Transit: North Jersey Coast Line, Northeast Corridor Line
Iselin Metropark Amtrak: Acela Express, Keystone Service, Vermonter
NJ Transit: Northeast Corridor Line 62, 801, 802, 803, 804, 805
New Brunswick New Brunswick Amtrak: Keystone Service
NJ Transit: Northeast Corridor Line, 810, 811, 814, 815, 818, 980
Princeton Princeton Junction Amtrak: Keystone Service, Pennsylvanian
NJ Transit: Northeast Corridor Line, Princeton Branch, 600, 612 (612 renumbered from 976)
Trenton Trenton Rail Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Keystone Service, Palmetto, Pennsylvanian, Silver Star, Silver Meteor, Vermonter
NJ Transit: Northeast Corridor Line, River Line, 409, 418, 600, 601, 604, 606, 608, 609, 611, 619
SEPTA Regional Rail: Trenton Line
SEPTA Suburban Transit Division: Route 127
Pennsylvania Cornwells Heights Cornwells Heights Amtrak: Keystone Service
SEPTA Regional Rail: Trenton Line
SEPTA Suburban Transit Division: Routes 129, 304
Philadelphia North Philadelphia Amtrak: Keystone Service
SEPTA Regional Rail: Trenton Line, Chestnut Hill West Line
SEPTA City Transit Division: Broad Street Subway, Routes 54, C
30th Street Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Keystone Service, Palmetto, Pennsylvanian, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter
NJ Transit: Atlantic City Line
SEPTA City Transit Division: Market-Frankford Line, SEPTA Subway-Surface Trolley Lines (Route 10, Route 11, Route 13, Route 34, Route 36), 9, 30, 31, 44, 62, 121, 316
SEPTA Suburban Transit Division: 124, 125
SEPTA Regional Rail: Airport Line, Warminster Line, Wilmington/Newark Line, West Trenton Line, Media/Elwyn Line, Lansdale/Doylestown Line, Paoli/Thorndale Line, Manayunk/Norristown Line, Cynwyd Line, Trenton Line, Chestnut Hill East Line, Chestnut Hill West Line, Fox Chase Line
Delaware Wilmington Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Railroad Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter
DART First State: 2, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 20, 21, 28, 32, 301
SEPTA Regional Rail: Wilmington/Newark Line
Newark Newark Rail Station DART First State: 16, 33, 59, 65
SEPTA Regional Rail: Wilmington/Newark Line
Maryland Aberdeen Aberdeen MARC Train: Penn Line
Harford Transit: 1, 1A, 4, 6, 6A
Baltimore Baltimore Penn Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter
MARC Train: Penn Line
MTA Maryland: Light Rail, 3, 11, 61, 64
BWI Rail Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Vermonter
MARC Train: Penn Line
MTA Maryland: 17
New Carrollton New Carrollton Amtrak: Vermonter
MARC Train: Penn Line
Metro: Orange Line, 84, 85, 88, B21, B22, B24, B25, B27, B29, B31, C28, F12, F13, F14, F4, F6, L99, R12, T16, T17, T18 The Bus:15,16,21,21X
District of Columbia Washington Washington Union Station Amtrak: Acela Express, Capitol Limited, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter, Thruway Motorcoach to Charlottesville, Virginia
MARC Train: Brunswick Line, Camden Line, Penn Line
Metro: Red Line
Metrobus: Loudoun, OmniRid
VRE: Manassas Line, Fredericksburg Line
Virginia Alexandria Alexandria Union Station Amtrak: Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star
VRE: Fredericksburg Line, Manassas Line
Metro: Blue Line, Yellow Line
Burke Centre, Manassas, Culpeper, and Charlottesville stations are used for intermediate service between Alexandria and Lynchburg, Virginia.
Burke Burke Centre VRE: Manassas Line
Metrobus: 17B,17L
VRE EZ Bus: North Route, South Route
Manassas Manassas Amtrak: Cardinal, Crescent
VRE: Manassas Line
OmniRide/OmniLink
Culpeper Culpeper Amtrak: Cardinal, Crescent
Charlottesville Charlottesville Union Station Amtrak: Cardinal, Crescent, Thruway Motorcoach to Richmond, Washington D.C.
Greyhound Lines
CAT: T, 7
Lynchburg Lynchburg Amtrak: Crescent
Woodbridge, Quantico, Fredericksburg, Ashland, Richmond Staples Mill Road, Richmond Main Street, and Williamsburg stations are used for intermediate service between Alexandria and Newport News, Virginia.
Woodbridge Woodbridge VRE: Fredericksburg Line
PRTC: Prince William Metro Direct
OmniLink, 1
Quantico Quantico Amtrak: Carolinian
VRE: Fredericksburg Line
PRTC: OmniLink, 1
Fredericksburg Fredericksburg Amtrak: Carolinian
VRE: Fredericksburg Line
FRED D1, F2, F4, VF1, VS1
Ashland Ashland none
Richmond Richmond Staples Mill Road Amtrak: Carolinian, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Thruway Motorcoach to Charlottesville, Virginia
Richmond Main Street Station GRTC
Williamsburg Williamsburg HRT: Route 121
WAT: Blue Line, Brown Line, Gray Line, Orange Line, Purple Line, Red Line, Yellow Line
Newport News Newport News Amtrak: Thruway Motorcoach to Virginia Beach/Norfolk, Virginia
HRT: Route 106/107

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