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									     Monthly
Performance Report

       for

   August 2009




                 October 2, 2009
                                Table of Contents
                                                                             Page #
   A.      Financial Results
               1.      Management Performance Report
                        Operating Results - Month                              A-1.1
                        Operating Results – Year to Date                       A-1.2
                        Operating Results – Year end Forecast                  A-1.3
                        Capital Spend Summary - Month                          A-1.4
                        Capital Spend Summary – Year to Date                   A-1.5
                        Capital Spend Summary – Year end Forecast              A-1.6
                        ARRA Capital Spend Summary                             A-1.7

               2.      Metrics
                        Metrics                                                A-2.1
                        Inventory Turns / Balance                              A-2.9

               3.      Ridership and Revenue
                        Ridership & Ticket Revenue Report                      A-3.1
                        Ridership and Ticket Revenue by Route
                               Current Month                                   A-3.4
                               Year to Date                                    A-3.5
                        Ridership and Revenue – Sleeper Class                  A-3.6

               4.      Actual and Forecast Analysis to Budget
                        Income Statement by Strategic Business Lines
                               Current Month & YTD vs Budget                   A-4.1
                        Operating Department Expense Summary                   A-4.8
                        Operating Department Expense Detail                    A-4.9
                        Capital Overview - Standard                            A-4.11
                                          - ARRA                               A-4.13
                               Mechanical Production Report                    A-4.18
                               Engineering Production Report                   A-4.20
                        Cash Flow Actual and Forecast Overview                 A-4.21

               5.      Actual Analysis to Prior Year
                        Consolidated Income Statement                          A-5.1
                        Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows                  A-5.4
                        Balance Sheet                                          A-5.5

   B.      Legislative Report
               Legislative Updates                                             B-1

   C.      Strategic Business Line - Route Performance Report
               Summary YTD Route Results                                       C-1

   D.      Workforce Statistics
              Headcount Data                                                   D-1
              Other Employee Costs                                             D-3
              Terminations/New Hires                                           D-4

   E.      Performance Indicators
               Delay Minutes Report                                            E-1
               Host Railroad Performance Report                                E-2
               On-Time Performance                                             E-7

   F.      Departmental Progress Reports                        See Index in Section F
           (Draft monthly – Final at Quarter end)

   G.      Project Status Reports                               See Index in Section G
           (Draft monthly – Final at Quarter end)

Appendix   Agency Summary of Key Financial Data                                APP-1


                                             i
INANCIAL   ESULTS
                                                          Operating Results for the Month of
                                                                                    August 2009

                                                                                       ($ millions)

                                              August      August      Fav/(Unfav)
                                               FY09       Budget       to Budget                                               Comments
          Revenues:
           Adjusted Ticket Revenue              $136.5      $162.5         ($26.0)   Primarily the NEC although Other Corridors and Long Distance are down as well.
           Food & Beverage                         8.6         9.4           (0.8)   Primarily volume related reduction on Long Distance routes.
           State Support                           7.5        14.8           (7.3)   Unsigned contracts; primarily Illinois, Missouri, Michigan and Wisconsin.
          Total Passenger Related                152.6       186.7          (34.1)
           Other Revenue                          46.0        40.2            5.8    Higher Commercial rents, recognition of prior period access fees and special train operations.
          Total Revenues                        $198.6      $226.9         ($28.3)
          Expenses:
           Salaries, Wages & Benefits           $135.3      $147.9         $12.6     Favorable Wages and Overtime and an adjustment to lower the liability for post retirement benefits.
           Train Operations                       20.9        20.0          (0.9)    Higher schedule adherence payments due to better OTP.
           Fuel, Power and Utilities              24.4        42.8          18.4     Primarily reflects lower diesel fuel cost per gallon.
           Materials                              17.6        15.9          (1.7)    Higher component and wheelset repairs.




A - 1.1
           Facility & Communications              14.5        13.7          (0.8)    Increased data communications and building maintenance costs.
           Advertising and Sales                   9.4         9.4           0.0     Lower advertising and commissions offset by higher special train promotional costs.
           Casualty and Other Claims               6.0         6.9           0.9     Higher estimated liability for outstanding passenger claims.
           Depreciation, net                      46.5        40.8          (5.7)    Primarily an adjustment to reduce the life of concrete ties and group depreciation.
           Other Expenses
             Professional Fees                     6.3         6.9           0.6     Timing of legal fees.
             Data Processing Services             12.6         6.8          (5.8)    Outsourced services due to project related computer system (SAM) costs and software licenses.
             Maintenance of Way Services           2.6         2.7           0.1     Favorable road vehicle maintenance.
             Remaining Other Expenses              3.0         5.7           2.7     Adjustment to reduce estimated penalty.
           Indirect Cost Capitalized to P&E      (11.8)      (10.8)          1.0     Increased shop and field transfer credits.
          Total Expenses                        $287.3      $308.7         $21.4
          Net Loss from Operations               $88.7       $81.8          ($6.9)
          Interest Expense, net                    8.9         7.2           (1.7) Lower interest income due to lower interest rates.

          Net Loss                               $97.6       $89.0          ($8.6)
                                              Operating Results for the Year to Date Period Ending
                                                                                    August 2009

                                                                                       ($ millions)

                                               August        August   Fav/(Unfav)
                                              YTD FY09     YTD Budget to Budget                                                Comments
          Revenues:
           Adjusted Ticket Revenue             $1,442.8      $1,672.5     ($229.7)   Due to the economic recession, high unemployment and lower consumer gas prices.
           Food & Beverage                         83.8          90.7        (6.9)   Volume related, due to lower ridership.
           State Support                          143.6         162.7       (19.1)   Unfavorable due to unsigned contracts and lower fuel costs.
          Total Passenger Related               1,670.2       1,925.9      (255.7)
           Other Revenue                          490.5         443.7        46.8    Higher Ancillary revenues and one-time NJT propulsion settlements.
          Total Revenues                       $2,160.7      $2,369.6     ($208.9)
          Expenses:
           Salaries, Wages & Benefits          $1,557.9      $1,608.2       $50.3    Lower wages, salaries and related taxes and post retirement health benefit liability.
           Train Operations                       215.8         207.4        (8.4)   Higher schedule adherence payments due to better OTP offset by lower commissary costs.
           Fuel, Power and Utilities              250.9         418.1       167.2    Reflects substantially lower diesel fuel cost per gallon and favorable fuel hedge valuation.
           Materials                              188.7         174.8       (13.9)   Increased ancillary costs, locomotive & wheelset repairs, concrete tie replacement and signals.




A - 1.2
           Facility & Communications              154.4         153.5        (0.9)   Reimbursable building maintenance costs offset by unrealized project related security costs.
           Advertising and Sales                   91.8         101.0         9.2    Volume related credit card and travel agent commissions.
           Casualty and Other Claims               77.0          74.0        (3.0)   Higher liability accrual for passenger insurance and other 3rd party claims.
           Depreciation, net                      492.5         439.0       (53.5)   Primarily due to reduced asset life of concrete ties, write-down occurred after final budget.
           Other Expenses
             Professional Fees                     75.8          77.6         1.8    Lower professional fees partially offset by outside legal expenses and consultant fees.
             Data Processing Services              94.1          75.0       (19.1)   Higher technology related outsourced service fees related to SAM capital project.
             Maintenance of Way Services           30.8          30.0        (0.8)   Increased reimbursable work, offset by higher revenues.
             Remaining Other Expenses              57.3          61.7         4.4    Adjustment to the estimated liability for a penalty and favorable passenger inconvenience costs.
           Indirect Cost Capitalized to P&E       (96.1)        (98.1)       (2.0)   Primarily due to lower capital spending.
          Total Expenses                       $3,190.9      $3,322.2      $131.3
          Net Loss from Operations             $1,030.2        $952.6      ($77.6)
          Interest Expense, net                    99.1          79.9       (19.2) Primarily due to the cost of replacing certain sale leaseback transactions.

          Net Loss                             $1,129.3      $1,032.5      ($96.8)
                                                 Forecast Operating Results for the Year Ending
                                                                                September FY09

                                                                                        ($ millions)

                                              Year-End     Year-End     Fav/(Unfav)
                                                FY09        Budget       to Budget                                              Comments
          Revenues:
           Adjusted Ticket Revenue             $1,568.3     $1,816.4       ($248.1)   Reduced revenue from lower ridership due to economic slow down & lower gas prices.
           Food & Beverage                         91.3         98.4          (7.1)   Primarily volume related due to reduction in ridership, although average sales are up.
           State Support                          164.3        177.5         (13.2)   Reflects reduction for lower actual fuel costs.
          Total Passenger Related               1,823.9      2,092.3        (268.4)
           Other Revenue                          533.8        484.5          49.3    Increased Ancillary revenues and NJT power settlements.
          Total Revenues                       $2,357.7     $2,576.8       ($219.1)
          Expenses:
           Salaries, Wages & Benefits          $1,693.3     $1,755.3         $62.0    Lower wages, salaries and related taxes and post retirement health benefits.
           Train Operations                       237.2        227.1         (10.1)   Increased host railroad performance payments due to improved OTP.
           Fuel, Power and Utilities              274.3        460.7         186.4    Substantial decrease in price per gallon for diesel and favorable fuel hedge valuation.
           Materials                              209.3        191.0         (18.3)   Primarily increased ancillary costs, some locomotive and wheelset repairs and spot concrete ties.




A - 1.3
           Facility & Communications              171.5        167.7          (3.8)   Increased reimbursable building maintenance, offset by higher revenues.
           Advertising and Sales                  105.7        110.0           4.3    Lower credit card commissions due to lower ticket sales.
           Casualty and Other Claims               77.2         80.8           3.6    Lowered liability accrual for FELA partially offset by 3rd party insurance claims.
           Depreciation, net                      558.6        485.3         (73.3)   Adjustments to decrease useful life of Rocla concrete ties and group depreciation.
           Other                                  287.3        267.2         (20.1)   Project related consulting costs related to SAM SAP system development.
           Indirect Cost Capitalized to P&E      (109.4)      (108.8)          0.6
          Total Expenses                       $3,505.0     $3,636.3        $131.3
          Net Loss from Operations             $1,147.3     $1,059.5         ($87.8)
          Interest Expense, net                   108.1         87.1          (21.0) Reflects costs for replacement and termination of certain sale leaseback transactions.
          Net Loss                             $1,255.4     $1,146.6       ($108.8)
          Adjustment for non-cash items          (779.2)      (671.6)       $107.6 Primarily due to the variance in depreciation and net interest expense.
          Operating Support
          Forecast Requirement                   $476.2
          Federal Operating Support              $475.0
          Variance - Fav / (Unfav)                ($1.2)
                                             Capital Spending for the Month of
                                                                August 2009




           Capital Spend   August      August    Under/(Over)
            ($ millions)    FY09      Authorized Authorized                                     Comments
           Engineering        $45.9        $64.9       $19.0 Lower State & Local funded Fire/Life Safety projects and catenary/substation.
           Mechanical          22.8         20.3        (2.5) Timing of Acela spending (lower in previous months) and reliability programs.
           All Else            12.9         15.3         2.4 Timing of DHS Security programs.
          Total               $81.6       $100.5       $18.9




A - 1.4
                                 Capital Spending for the Year to Date period Ending
                                                                  August 2009




           Capital Spend    August      August     Under/(Over)
            ($ millions)   YTD FY09    YTD Auth     Authorized                                     Comments
           Engineering        $351.4      $407.3         $55.9    Primarily lower spend on State & Local funded Fire and Life Safety projects.
           Mechanical          176.8       191.3          14.5    Timing of Locomotive, Amfleet, facility improvements and reliability programs.
           All Else             96.3       134.8          38.5    Lower spend on Technology and Police & Security (DHS funded) projects.
          Total               $624.5      $733.4        $108.9




A - 1.5
                                             Forecast Capital Spending for the Year Ending
                                                                    September 2009




            Capital Spend     Forecast    Authorized Under/(Over)
             ($ millions)      FY09         FY09      Authorized                                            Comments
           Engineering           $424.1       $490.6       $66.5    Primarily unfunded State and Local Fire/Life Safety projects and under spend on Bridge work.
           Mechanical             204.7        209.2         4.5    Delays in Acela, locomotive and Talgo overhauls.
           All Else               127.4        154.4        27.0    Lower DHS Security and reimbursable station projects.
          Total                  $756.2       $854.2       $98.0


            Capital Spend
              ($ millions)    Forecast    Authorized Under/(Over)
           by Fund Source      FY09         FY09      Authorized




A - 1.6
           General Capital       $625.5       $665.6       $40.1    Primarily lower Engineering bridge & catenary work and delays in Mechanical overhauls.
           State and Local         78.5        120.0         41.5   Primarily lower LIRR spending for Fire & Life Safety and reimbursable station projects.
           Other Fed & Misc        52.2         68.6         16.4   Lower DHS, FRA and Efficiency spend.
          Total                  $756.2       $854.2       $98.0
                                                                              ARRA Program Capital Spending
                                                                                        as of August 2009




                         Capital Spend                   Program        Program Under/(Over)
                          ($ millions)                   Forecast      Authorized Authorized                                            Comments
           Non-Security Engineering                        $646.3            $646.3      $0.0
           Non-Security Mechanical                            95.4              90.8    ($4.6)   Increased materials cost for returning diesel locomotives to service.
           Security & Life Safety                            446.2             447.3     $1.1    Due to a shift in forecast costs between security and non-security oversight.
           All Else (1)                                       98.5             100.2     $1.7    Removal of locomotive communications project partially offset by shift noted above.
          Total                                           $1,286.4          $1,284.6    ($1.8)
          (1)
                Excludes Inspector General amounts.



                                            Spend for the Month ($M)                                                       Spend for the Program to Date ($M)




A - 1.7
                 45.0                                                                                     120.0

                 40.0
                                                                                                          100.0
                 35.0

                 30.0                                                                                      80.0

                 25.0
                                                                                                           60.0
                 20.0

                 15.0                                                                                      40.0

                 10.0
                                                                                                           20.0
                   5.0

                   -                                                                                        -
                             Total       N-S Eng      N-S Mech   Security    All Else                              Total      N-S Eng   N-S Mech   Security   All Else

                                                Actual   Authorized                                                                Actual   Authorized
METRICS
                                                          Summary Metrics
                                                   For the Month Ended August 31, 2009




                                                                                                                Budget             Prior Year
                                                        Actual         Budget/Goal         Prior Year       Fav / (Unfav) (1)    Fav / (Unfav) (1)

                        TRAIN
Ridership (000's)                                           2,485               2,755             2,684                 (270)               (198)
Passenger Miles (000's)                                   577,933             627,475           614,873              (49,541)            (36,940)
Train Miles (000's)                                         3,179               3,200             3,159                  (21)                 20
Seat Miles (000's)                                      1,036,837           1,012,079         1,044,895               24,758              (8,058)
Average Load Factor                                         55.7%               62.0%             58.8%                -6.3%               -3.1%
On-Time Performance (Endpoint)                              79.6%               85.0%             68.1%                -5.4%               11.5%
Delay Minutes (000's) (a)                                     399                  n/a              506                   n/a                107
Gallons per train mile                                         2.4                  2.5              2.4                  0.1                 0.0
Average cost per gallon of diesel                            $2.02               $5.11             $3.54               $3.09               $1.52
Core Productivity Measures
  Passenger Miles per total core employee                        35                 39                38                   (4)                  (3)
  Seat Miles per total core employee                             62                 62                64                    0                   (2)
Equipment - % of Units out of Service (b):
  Locomotive Fleet                                          17.8%                  n/a             18.1%                   n/a               0.3%
  Passenger Fleet                                           15.0%                  n/a             11.3%                   n/a              -3.7%


                    FINANCIAL
Unadjusted Ticket Revenue ($000's)                       $139,875             $165,564          $160,053            ($25,689)           ($20,177)
Ticket Yield                                             $0.2420              $0.2639           $0.2603             ($0.0218)           ($0.0183)
Average Ticket Price                                      $56.28               $60.10            $59.64               ($3.81)             ($3.36)
Total Operating Ratio (c)                                   1.47                  1.38              1.37                (0.09)              (0.10)
Total Cost Recovery Ratio (d)                               0.68                  0.73              0.73                (0.04)              (0.05)
Net Asset Return Ratio (e)                                  0.28                  0.30              0.29                (0.02)              (0.01)
RASM - Core Revenue per Seat Mile (f)                     $0.163               $0.198            $0.181              ($0.035)            ($0.018)
CASM - Core Expenses per Seat Mile (g)                    $0.207               $0.237            $0.204               $0.029             ($0.003)
Core (NTS) Cost Recovery Ratio (h)                          0.79                  0.84              0.89                (0.05)              (0.10)
Core Revenue per Train Mile (i)                           $53.17               $62.65            $59.90               ($9.48)             ($6.73)
Core Expenses per Train Mile (j)                          $67.60               $74.85            $67.58                $7.25              ($0.01)

                   CUSTOMER
Customer Satisfaction Index (k)                                83                   82                80                    1                   3
Customer Injuries                                             159                   n/a              180                   n/a                 21


                     EMPLOYEE
Employee Reportable Injury Ratio (l)                           2.3                 2.4               1.6                  0.1                (0.7)
Short-Term Disability
  Management Employees                                           29                 n/a               27                   n/a                  (2)
Long-Term Disability
  Management Employees                                           20                 n/a               13                   n/a                  (7)
Number of Inactive Agreement employees
  receiving Benefits (m)                                      864                   n/a              823                   n/a                (41)
Hires                                                         114                   n/a              117                   n/a                  3
Terminations                                                   84                   n/a              100                   n/a                 16

Notes:
(a) FY 09 goal has not been established.
(b) FY 09 goal has not been established.
(c) This is calculated as Total Operating Expenses by Total Operating Revenue.
(d) This is calculated as Total Operating Revenue divided by Total Operating Expenses.
(e) This is a rolling 12 month calculation.
(f) Prior to the June 2009 report this was calculated using Unadjusted Ticket Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles. This
     is now calculated using Total Core Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles to be consistent with the KPI's.
(g) This is calculated as Core expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Available Seat Miles.
(h) This is calculated as Total Core Revenue divided by Total Core Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's.
(i) This is calculated as Total Revenue (which includes Passenger, Food & Beverage and State Revenue) divided by
     Total Train Miles.
(j) This is calculated as Core expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Total Train Miles.
(k) CSI score has a 1 month lag.
(l) Does not include hearing loss.
(m) Includes on the job injuries.
(1) Variances may not foot due to rounding.




                                                                      A - 2.1
                                                         Summary Metrics
                                                        Fiscal YTD August 31, 2009




                                                       Actual /                           Prior Year /         Budget             Prior Year
                                                       Average*        Budget/Goal         Average *       Fav / (Unfav) (1)    Fav / (Unfav) (1)

                        TRAIN
Ridership (000's)                                         25,003               27,581            26,411              (2,577)             (1,408)
Passenger Miles (000's)                                5,436,725            5,906,594         5,661,456            (469,868)           (224,731)
Train Miles (000's)                                       34,211               34,474            34,303                (262)                (91)
Seat Miles (000's)                                    10,933,941           10,834,882        10,834,975              99,060              98,966
Average Load Factor                                        49.7%                54.5%             52.3%               -4.8%               -2.5%
On-Time Performance (Endpoint)                             80.0%                85.0%             70.9%               -5.0%                9.1%
Delay Minutes (000's) (a)                                  4,345                   n/a            5,175                  n/a                830
Gallons per train mile                                        2.4                   2.5              2.4                 0.1                 0.0
Average cost per gallon of diesel                           $1.83                $4.35             $3.22              $2.52               $1.39
Core Productivity Measures
  Passenger Miles per total core employee                      30                   33               32                   (3)                  (2)
  Seat Miles per total core employee                           60                   61               61                   (1)                  (1)
Equipment - % of Units out of Service (b):
  Locomotive Fleet *                                        17.4%                  n/a            17.6%                  n/a                0.2%
  Passenger Fleet *                                         13.3%                  n/a            13.7%                  n/a                0.4%


                    FINANCIAL
Unadjusted Ticket Revenue ($000's)                    $1,474,990           $1,702,384        $1,591,398           ($227,394)         ($116,408)
Ticket Yield                                             $0.2713              $0.2882           $0.2811            ($0.0169)          ($0.0098)
Average Ticket Price                                      $58.99               $61.72            $60.25              ($2.73)            ($1.26)
Total Operating Ratio (c)                                    1.50                 1.42              1.38               (0.08)             (0.12)
Total Cost Recovery Ratio (d)                                0.67                 0.71              0.72               (0.04)             (0.06)
Net Asset Return Ratio (e)                                   0.28                 0.30              0.29               (0.02)             (0.01)
RASM - Core Revenue per Seat Mile (f)                     $0.168               $0.191            $0.181             ($0.023)           ($0.013)
CASM - Core Expenses per Seat Mile (g)                    $0.217               $0.237            $0.219              $0.021             $0.002
Core (NTS) Cost Recovery Ratio (h)                          0.78                  0.81              0.83               (0.03)             (0.05)
Core Revenue per Train Mile (i)                           $53.76               $60.17            $57.08              ($6.41)            ($3.32)
Core Expenses per Train Mile (j)                          $69.20               $74.60            $69.04               $5.41             ($0.15)

                   CUSTOMER
Customer Satisfaction Index (k)                                82                  82                80                    0                  2
Customer Injuries                                           1,657                  n/a            2,071                  n/a                414


                     EMPLOYEE
Employee Reportable Injury Ratio (l)                           1.8                 2.4               2.3                 0.6                 0.5
Short-Term Disability *
  Management Employees *                                       30                   n/a              23                   n/a                  (7)
Long-Term Disability *
  Management Employees *                                       17                   n/a              12                   n/a                  (4)
Number of Inactive Agreement employees
  receiving Benefits (m)*                                     853                   n/a             832                   n/a                (21)
Hires                                                       1,881                   n/a           1,688                   n/a               (193)
Terminations                                                  879                   n/a           1,153                   n/a                274

Notes:
(a) FY 09 goal has not been established.
(b) FY 09 goal has not been established.
(c) This is calculated as Total Operating Expenses by Total Operating Revenue.
(d) This is calculated as Total Operating Revenue divided by Total Operating Expenses.
(e) This is a rolling 12 month calculation.
(f) Prior to the June 2009 report this was calculated using Unadjusted Ticket Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles. This
     is now calculated using Total Core Revenue divided by Available Seat Miles to be consistent with the KPI's.
(g) This is calculated as Core expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Available Seat Miles.
(h) This is calculated as Total Core Revenue divided by Total Core Expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's.
(i) This is calculated as Total Revenue (which includes Passenger, Food & Beverage and State Revenue) divided by
     Total Train Miles.
(j) This is calculated as Core expense less Depreciation and non-cash OPEB's divided by Total Train Miles.
(k) CSI score has a 1 month lag.
(l) Does not include hearing loss.
(m) Includes on the job injuries.
(1) Variances may not foot due to rounding.
* Note: These metrics are reported as the YTD average.


                                                                      A - 2.2
                                                                                                                                                    SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                                             as of August, 2009


                                                                                                       RIDERSHIP (000's)                                                                                                                                             YTD (000's)

                                                                                            Actual - FY 09                  Budget/Goal                         Prior Year-FY08                                                                    Actual - FY 09       Budget/Goal           Prior Year-FY08

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         28,000
                                        3,000

                                        2,800                                                                                                                                                                                                            26,000


                                        2,600                                                                                                                                                                                                            24,000

                                        2,400                                                                                                                                                                                                            22,000
                                                                                                                                                                                           Worse
                                        2,200                                                                                                                                                                                                            20,000

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      # of Riders




          # of Riders
                                        2,000                                                                                                                                                                                                            18,000

                                        1,800                                                                                                                                                                                                            16,000

                                        1,600              Oct           Nov      Dec           Jan           Feb             Mar             Apr              May             Jun           Jul      Aug      Sep                                       14,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2009.AUG
                        Actual - FY 09                    2,440          2,326    2,285        1,979          1,849           2,180           2,267            2,326           2,348        2,520     2,485
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Actual - FY 09                     25,003
                        Budget/Goal                       2,451          2,519    2,424        2,095          2,045           2,552           2,432            2,687           2,746        2,876     2,755   2,356
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Budget/Goal                        27,581
                        Prior Year-FY08                   2,336          2,414    2,312        2,005          2,029           2,424           2,320            2,577           2,560        2,750     2,684   2,305
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior Year-FY08                    26,411




A - 2.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             YTD
                                                                                                              Load Factor
                                                                                          Actual - FY 09               Budget/Goal                            Prior Year-FY08                                                                               Actual - FY 09   Budget/Goal         Prior Year-FY08


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        55%
                                                            70%
                                                                                                              Worse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        50%
                                                            60%


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        45%
                                                            50%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Passenger Miles/Seat Miles




                                                            40%                                                                                                                                                                                         40%




                          Passenger Miles/Seat Miles
                                                            30%           Oct    Nov          Dec       Jan           Feb             Mar              Apr             May           Jun       Jul     Aug    Sep                                       35%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2009.AUG
                                                       Actual - FY 09    50.4%   48.3%       50.0%     43.5%          43.1%           46.2%           48.5%            49.0%      53.8%       56.7%   55.7%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Actual - FY 09                                         49.7%
                                                       Budget/Goal       50.6%   52.1%       52.8%     44.7%          44.9%           54.2%           51.7%            56.1%      63.5%       65.7%   62.0%   52.5%
                                                                         48.4%   50.2%       50.8%     43.2%          44.9%           52.0%           49.4%            54.2%      59.8%       61.4%   58.8%   51.6%            Budget/Goal                                            54.5%
                                                       Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Prior Year-FY08                                        52.3%
                                                                                                                                             SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                               as of August, 2009


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YTD
                                                                                                       ON TIME PERFORMANCE
                                                                                                        Actual - FY 09             Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Actual - FY 09    Prior Year-FY08


                                             90%                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 100%

                                             85%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  80%
                                             80%

                                             75%                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  60%
                                                                                                                                                                       Better




                     % Trains on Time
                                             70%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              % Trains on Time

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  40%
                                             65%

                                             60%               Oct          Nov       Dec        Jan         Feb          Mar         Apr         May           Jun              Jul           Aug            Sep                                                                 20%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2009.AUG
                                        Actual - FY 09        74.4%         78.1%     75.1%     77.0%        83.1%       84.2%       84.1%       83.8%         80.7%            80.6%          79.6%

                                        Prior Year-FY08       73.4%         73.8%     69.1%     74.2%        72.1%       72.2%       73.5%       72.7%         63.6%            66.5%          68.1%          74.7%                                               Actual - FY 09                             80.0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior Year-FY08                            70.9%




A - 2.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YTD
                                                                                                          OPERATING RATIO
                                                                                        Actual - FY 09               Budget/Goal             Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Actual - FY 09    Budget/Goal     Prior Year-FY08

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1.75
                                                   2.00


                                                   1.75                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1.50

                                                                                                                                                                      Worse
                                                   1.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1.25




                    Revenue
                                                   1.25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Operating Expense / Operating Revenue




          Operating Expense/Operating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2009.AUG
                                                   1.00              Oct       Nov      Dec      Jan         Feb         Mar        Apr        May       Jun             Jul            Aug            Sep
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Actual - FY 09                                                        1.50
                                            Actual - FY 09           1.38      1.31     1.45     1.75        1.55        1.60       1.51       1.42      1.56            1.49           1.47
                                                                     1.39      1.37     1.47     1.65        1.62        1.42       1.42       1.36      1.30            1.32           1.38           1.53                            Budget/Goal                                                           1.42
                                            Budget/Goal
                                            Prior Year-FY08          1.37      1.31     1.31     1.40        1.59        1.46       1.35       1.46      1.32            1.29           1.37           1.70                            Prior Year-FY08                                                       1.38
                                                                                                                                                        SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                                                as of August, 2009


                                                                                                                TICKET REVENUE ($000's)                                                                                                                                          YTD ($000's)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Actual - FY 09      Budget/Goal      Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                     Actual - FY 09                    Budget/Goal                Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $1,800,000
                                                  $190,000                                                                                                                                                                                                       $1,700,000

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $1,600,000
                                                  $175,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $1,500,000
                                                  $160,000                                                                                                                                                                                                       $1,400,000

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $1,300,000
                                                  $145,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Worse                                                                   $1,200,000

                                                  $130,000                                                                                                                                                                                  Ticket Revenue       $1,100,000




          Ticket Revenue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $1,000,000
                                                  $115,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $900,000

                                                  $100,000                Oct          Nov          Dec           Jan         Feb          Mar         Apr          May        Jun          Jul       Aug        Sep
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $800,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                2009.AUG
                                                  Actual - FY 09         148,970      142,039      141,445       118,439     106,387      127,169     132,400      133,055    139,659     145,551    139,875
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Actual - FY 09                   $1,474,990
                                                  Budget/Goal            151,591      158,976      152,212       126,915     123,669      155,914     151,770      163,829    173,851     178,093    165,564    146,225
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Budget/Goal                      $1,702,384
                                                  Prior Year-FY08        141,480      150,264      142,631       119,050     119,079      142,984     139,745      153,414    154,628     168,070    160,053    142,751
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Prior Year-FY08                  $1,591,398




A - 2.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     YTD
                                                                                                                           TICKET YIELD
                                                                                                   Actual - FY 09                Budget/Goal                    Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Actual - FY 09       Budget/Goal      Prior Year-FY08

                                                      $0.3200
                                                                                                                                                                                       Worse                                                                     $0.3200
                                                      $0.3100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0.3100
                                                      $0.3000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0.3000
                                                      $0.2900
                                                      $0.2800                                                                                                                                                                                                    $0.2900
                                                      $0.2700                                                                                                                                                                                                    $0.2800
                                                      $0.2600                                                                                                                                                                                                    $0.2700
                                                      $0.2500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ticket Rev/Psgr Mile




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0.2600




                           Ticket Rev/Psgr Mile
                                                      $0.2400
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0.2500
                                                      $0.2300
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0.2400                        2009.AUG
                                                      $0.2200                   Oct        Nov         Dec           Jan         Feb          Mar         Apr         May        Jun           Jul     Aug        Sep
                                                       Actual - FY 09       $0.2879      $0.2932      $0.2768      $0.2822     $0.2826      $0.2791     $0.2820     $0.2697    $0.2590     $0.2458    $0.2420                                                  Actual - FY 09                    $0.271
                                                       Budget/Goal          $0.3004      $0.3043      $0.2878      $0.2925     $0.3061      $0.2908     $0.3016     $0.2869    $0.2843     $0.2684    $0.2639   $0.2947                                        Budget/Goal                       $0.288
                                                       Prior Year-FY08      $0.2932      $0.2987      $0.2805      $0.2861     $0.3008      $0.2838     $0.2950     $0.2800    $0.2687     $0.2628    $0.2603   $0.2865
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Prior Year-FY08                   $0.281
                                                                                                                                                                         SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                                                               as of August, 2009


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         YTD
                                                                                                                                  Gallons per train mile
                                                                                                      FY09                  Budget/Goal                        FY08            FY07 Avg            FY06 Avg                                                       FY09     Budget/Goal    FY08     FY07     FY06



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3.0
                                                                    2.8
                                                                                                                                                  Better
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2.5
                                                                    2.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2.0
                                                                    2.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Fuel Gallons/Train Mile
                                                                    2.2




          Fuel Gallons/Train Mile
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2009.AUG
                                                                    2.0          Avg            Oct           Nov           Dec           Jan           Feb       Mar      Apr       May     Jun          Jul     Aug      Sep                 FY09                                              2.4
                                                             FY09                               2.4           2.3           2.5             2.4          2.4       2.3     2.3       2.2     2.4          2.4     2.4                          Budget/Goal                                       2.5
                                                             Budget/Goal                        2.4           2.5           2.5             2.4          2.4       2.5     2.5       2.5     2.5          2.4     2.5      2.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               FY08                                              2.4
                                                             FY08                               2.3           2.4           2.3             2.4          2.3       2.4     2.4       2.4     2.4          2.4     2.4      2.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               FY07                                              2.4
                                                             FY07 Avg             2.3
                                                                                  2.5                                                                                                                                                          FY06                                              2.5
                                                             FY06 Avg




A - 2.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         YTD
                                                                                                                    Average Cost per diesel gallon
                                                                                                              Actual - FY 09                         Budget/Goal               Prior Year-FY08                                                                   Actual - FY 09    Budget/Goal         Prior Year-FY08



                                                                     $6.00                                                                                                                                                                                        $5.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $4.50
                                                                     $5.00                                                                                                                                                                                        $4.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $3.50
                                                                     $4.00                                                                                                                                                                                        $3.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Better                                                           $2.50
                                                                     $3.00                                                                                                                                                                                        $2.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $1.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Fuel Cost/Fuel Gallons




                                                                     $2.00                                                                                                                                                                                        $1.00




                                    Fuel Cost/Fuel Gallons
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $0.50
                                                                     $1.00              Oct           Nov           Dec             Jan               Feb       Mar      Apr         May     Jun            Jul     Aug          Sep
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $0.00                        2009.AUG
                                                                Actual - FY 09          $2.67         $2.26         $1.73           $1.60            $1.42      $1.46    $1.57      $1.62    $1.90        $1.85    $2.02
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Actual - FY 09                                  $1.83
                                                                Budget/Goal             $3.59         $3.74         $3.90           $4.02            $4.17      $4.35    $4.48      $4.66    $4.82        $4.94    $5.11     $5.27
                                                                                        $2.54         $2.80         $2.67           $2.62            $2.89      $3.24    $3.46      $3.75    $3.96        $3.97    $3.54     $3.39               Budget/Goal                                     $4.35
                                                                Prior Year-FY08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Prior Year-FY08                                 $3.22
                                                                                                                                    SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                       as of August, 2009


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YTD
                                                                                      Passenger Miles per Core employee (000's)
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Actual - FY 09                     Budget/Goal       Prior Year-FY08
                                                                      Actual - FY 09             Budget/Goal           Prior Year-FY08          FY07 Avg           FY06 Avg                                FY07 Avg                           FY06 Avg


                                                            45                                                                                                                                                                     35

                                                            40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   30
                                                            35
                                                                                                                                                                 Worse
                                                            30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   25

                                                            25

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   20
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Passenger Miles/Core Employee


                                                            20          Avg     Oct       Nov        Dec       Jan     Feb    Mar        Apr    May      Jun      Jul     Aug    Sep                                                                        2009.AUG




          Passenger Miles/Core Employee
                                                   Actual - FY 09                32        29        31         25     23      27        28     29       32       35      35                         Actual - FY 09                                            30
                                                   Budget/Goal                   31        32        33         27     25      33        31     35       38       41      39     30
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Budget/Goal                                               33
                                                   Prior Year-FY08               30        31        31         26     25      31        29     34       36       39      38     31
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Prior Year-FY08                                           32
                                                   FY07 Avg             29

                                                   FY06 Avg             27                                                                                                                           FY07 Avg                                                  29
                                                                                                                                                                                                     FY06 Avg                                                  27




A - 2.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YTD
                                                                                        Seat Miles per Core employee (000's)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Actual - FY 09       Prior Year-FY08
                                                                               Actual - FY 09               Prior Year-FY08          FY07 Avg          FY06 Avg                                                                   FY07 Avg             FY06 Avg

                                                              70                                                                                                                                                                   65

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   60
                                                              65
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   55

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   50
                                                              60
                                                                                                                                                                  Worse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   45

                                                              55                                                                                                                                                                   40
                                                                                                                                                                                        Seat Miles/Core Employee




                        Seat Miles/Core Employee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   35                       2009.AUG
                                                              50         Avg      Oct      Nov        Dec        Jan    Feb    Mar        Apr    May       Jun     Jul     Aug    Sep                                                                         60
                                                                                                                                                                                               Actual - FY 09
                                                    Actual - FY 09                63        60        61         58     52      59        58     60        60      62      62
                                                                                                                                                                                               Prior Year-FY08                                                61
                                                    Prior Year-FY08               62        62        61         60     55      60        59     62        60      64      64     59
                                                                                                                                                                                               FY07 Avg                                                        60
                                                    FY07 Avg              60

                                                    FY06 Avg              57                                                                                                                   FY06 Avg                                                        57
                                                                                                                                                                         SUMMARY METRICS
                                                                                                                                                                                 as of August, 2009


                                                                                                      Locomotives- % of Units out of Service                                                                                                                             Average/YTD

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               FY09-YTD Locos         FY08-YTD Locos

                                                  28%
                                                  24%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 20.0%
                                                  26%
                                                  22%
                                                  24%                                                                                                                                                                                                            18.0%
                                                  20%
                                                  22%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 16.0%
                                                  20%
                                                  18%
                                                                                                                                                                                               Better
                                                  18%                                                                                                                                                                                                            14.0%
                                                  16%




          % out of service
                                                                                                                                                                                               Worse                                         Locomotives
                                                  16%
                                                  14%                                                                                                                                                                                                            12.0%
                                                  14%

                                                  12%                 Oct           Nov             Dec              Jan            Feb             Mar            Apr             May           Jun          Jul         Aug       Sep                          10.0%                 2009.AUG
                                                FY09 - Loco       17.9%             14.0%           16.8%           16.2%           18.9%           16.6%         15.5%           20.8%         23.1%        14.2%        17.8%

                                                FY08 - Loco       16.3%             13.9%           18.2%           18.7%           17.6%           17.9%         15.9%           17.5%         20.7%        19.0%        18.1%     17.9%                  FY09-YTD Locos                17.4%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FY08-YTD Locos                17.6%




A - 2.8
                                                                                                               Cars- % of Units out of Service                                                                                                                                  YTD
                                                                                                                      Actual - FY 09                      Prior Year-FY08                                                                                                   FY09 YTD Avg-Cars
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            FY08 YTD Avg-Cars

                                                              18%                                                                                                                                                                                             16.0%


                                                              16%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              14.0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Worse
                                                              14%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Cars




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              12.0%
                                                              12%




                             % out of service
                                                              10%                                                                                                                                                                                             10.0%


                                                              8%             Oct            Nov             Dec              Jan            Feb             Mar           Apr            May           Jun          Jul      Aug      Sep
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               8.0%                   2009.AUG
                                                     Actual - FY 09         11.9%           8.9%            12.4%           16.1%           14.4%         14.7%          13.9%       14.4%         12.8%       11.8%        15.0%

                                                     Prior Year-FY08        15.5%           12.2%           13.3%           15.7%           16.6%         14.8%          14.0%       12.4%         12.5%       12.9%        11.3%    13.6%       FY09 YTD Avg-Cars                      13.3%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FY08 YTD Avg-Cars                      13.7%
                                                                                                  Amtrak Inventory Turnover Ratio
                                                                                                    August 2007 -- August 2009

                1.80
                                                                                                                                                                                 August 2009 Inventory Turn -- 1.35
                1.70


                1.60


                1.50


                1.40


                1.30


                1.20


                1.10


                1.00


                0.90
                         Aug-    Sep-       Oct-     Nov-    Dec-    Jan-   Feb-   Mar-    Apr-    May-     Jun-     Jul-     Aug-    Sep-       Oct-     Nov-    Dec-    Jan-   Feb-   Mar-    Apr-    May-     Jun-   Jul-   Aug-
                          07      07         07       07      07      08     08     08      08      08       08      08        08      08         08       08      08      09     09     09      09      09       09     09     09

                        The methodology for calculating the turnover ratio is as follows : 12 months actual net issues divided by the average 13 months inventory on-hand balance. The
                        calculation excludes commuter, consignment, reclamation, fuel, and Acela parts settlement inventory values.




                 The August Inventory Turnover ratio is 1.35.



                                                                                           Amtrak Core Inventory Balance
                                                                                            August 2007 - August 2009




               260
                                                                                                                                   August 2009 Core Balance -- $217.4 Million
               240

               220

               200

               180

               160
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          M/W Balance $62.7M
Millions ($)




               140
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          M/E Balance $154.7M
               120

               100

               80

               60

               40

               20

                0
                       Aug-   Sep-   Oct-     Nov-    Dec-    Jan-   Feb-   Mar-   Apr-   May-    Jun-    Jul-     Aug-     Sep-   Oct-   Nov-     Dec-    Jan-    Feb-   Mar-   Apr-   May-   Jun-    Jul-    Aug-
                        07     07    07        07      07      08     08     08     08     08      08     08        08       08     08     08       08      09      09     09     09     09     09     09       09




                                                                                                                      A - 2.9
RIDERSHIP
  AND
REVENUE
        Ridership and Ticket Revenue Summary Report – August 2009
  Consistent with recent trends, August 09 Amtrak systemwide ridership of 2.49 million trips was
-7% vs FY08, +2% vs FY07, -10% vs Budget, and +1% vs Forecast. Ticket revenues of $139.9
million were -13% vs FY08, -1% vs FY07, -16% vs Budget, and -3% vs Forecast. Comparisons
to August 07 are slightly unfavorable because there were more Acela departures in August 07 (vs
August 09) due to the fact that August 07 contained 23 weekdays vs only 21 for August 09.
Acela offers many more departures on a weekday than it does on a Saturday or Sunday. The
economic recession, high unemployment (9.7% in August 09), declines in business and leisure
travel, and low gasoline prices continue to compromise FY09 Amtrak demand…

                                        August 09 (millions)
                                                    Ticket
                                       Ridership Revenues
                       2009              2.49       $139.9
                       2008              2.68       $160.1
                       2007              2.43       $140.7
                       2009 Budget       2.75       $165.6
                       2009 Forecast     2.47       $144.3

                       2009 vs…
                       2008               -7%        -13%
                       2007              +2%          -1%
                       2009 Budget       -10%        -16%
                       2009 Forecast      +1%         -3%

FY09 customer satisfaction scores are on goal (82% actual vs 82% goal) due to good service
delivery and improved on-time performance. Customer Satisfaction scores for non-NEC short
distance and long distance trains are on goal as actual on-time performance for those business
lines remains favorable vs FY08 levels. However, FY09 Acela and Northeast Regional customer
satisfaction scores continue to run 1 to 3 points below goal due to some concerns with
inconsistent on-time performance and slower trip times, particularly in NY/Boston markets.

Northeast Corridor: August 09 Acela ridership was -10% vs FY08, -16% vs FY07, and -14%
vs Budget. Ticket revenues were -15% vs FY08, -12% vs FY07, and -20% vs Budget. Peak
leg load factors (-8 points) and revenue per seat mile (-16%) were down vs FY08. Comparisons
to August 07 are impacted by the fact that August 07 had 23 weekdays (vs 21 for August 09),
and as such, more Acela frequencies ran in the August 07 market vs August 09. Growing
unemployment and the recession continue to impact the FY09 northeast business travel market.
Reductions in corporate business travel have increased the competitiveness between Acela
and the airlines. In recent months, air shuttle on-time performance levels have improved
substantially. In the highly competitive NEC, Acela on-time performance and trip times require
continued improvements in order to cap significant ridership losses. New Sunday evening Acela
northend service averaged 170 trips northbound NY  Boston and 225 trips southbound
Boston  NY, with approximately 60% of that gross ridership being incremental to Amtrak…

                                                  Acela % Change
                                        Ridership                Ticket Revenues
                                FY07     FY08     Budget     FY07 FY08 Budget
               1st qtr FY09     +2%        -9%     -12%      +15%      -8%    -15%
               2nd qtr FY09      -5%     -13%      -15%       +1%    -12%     -18%
               3rd qtr FY09      -8%     -10%      -15%       -3%    -14%     -21%
               July 09           -7%     -12%      -15%       -2%    -16%     -21%
               August 09        -16%     -10%      -14%      -12% -15%        -20%

                                         A - 3.1
        Ridership and Ticket Revenue Summary Report – August 2009


August 09 Northeast Regional ridership was -5% vs FY08, even with FY07, and -7% vs Budget.
Ticket revenues were -15% vs FY08, -3% vs FY07 and -16% vs Budget. Peak leg load factors
(-4 points) and revenue per seat mile (-17%) were down vs FY08. Average trip yields were down
vs last year due to 1) a discounted fare promotion; and 2) increased inventory sales from lower
fare buckets due to the recession’s impact on travel. However, the 14 day APR fare promotion
has proven to generate both incremental ridership and ticket revenues. Accordingly, this
promotion has been extended through the end of calendar 2009. Of course, on whole, FY09
ridership and ticket revenues remain impacted by the recession and low gas prices…

                                             Northeast Regional % Change
                                         Ridership                  Ticket Revenues
                                 FY07     FY08     Budget       FY07 FY08 Budget
               1st qtr FY09      +5%       -7%       -9%        +9%       -5%    -10%
               2nd qtr FY09       0%      -11%      -11%        +2%     -11%     -15%
               3rd qtr FY09       0%       -8%      -11%         -1%    -12%     -18%
               July 09           +2%       -7%       -9%         -1%    -14%     -19%
               August 09          0%       -5%       -7%         -3%    -15%     -16%




Other corridor trains: August 09 ridership for other short distance corridors was -10% vs
FY08, +6% vs FY07, and -12% vs Budget. Ticket revenues were -12% vs FY08, +7% vs FY07,
and -18% vs Budget. On whole, due to the recession and low gasoline prices, the growth trends
for this business line have continued to erode. Last summer, when gas prices were at or close to
$4/gallon, leisure trips on Amtrak short distance trains outside the NEC grew to record-breaking
levels. By comparison, August 09 gas prices were -30% vs August 08…

                                               Short Distance Corridor % Change
                                         Ridership                  Ticket Revenues
                                 FY07     FY08     Budget      FY07 FY08 Budget
               1st qtr FY09      +15%       +4%      -2%       +17%      +5%      -3%
               2nd qtr FY09      +8%        -6%     -11%       +11%      -8%     -14%
               3rd qtr FY09      +5%        -7%     -12%        +6%      -9%     -16%
               July 09           +8%       -10%     -15%        +8%     -13%     -19%
               August 09         +6%       -10%     -12%        +7%     -12%     -18%

August 09 peak leg load factors (-7 points) and revenue per seat mile (-13%) were down vs FY08.




Long distance: Although improved on-time performance levels are partially mitigating the full
negative impacts of the recession and low gasoline prices, August 09 long distance train ridership
was nevertheless -2% vs FY08, +8% vs FY07, and -4% vs Budget. Ticket revenues were -10%
vs FY08, +6% vs FY07, and -9% vs Budget. Average trip yields in August were lower than last
year, as more inventory was sold out of the lower-priced buckets due to economy-related price
resistance. On average, August 09 long distance train coach and sleeper demand were -1% and
-6%, respectively, vs FY08…


                                         A - 3.2
        Ridership and Ticket Revenue Summary Report – August 2009

                                               Long Distance % Change
                                        Ridership                Ticket Revenues
                                FY07     FY08     Budget      FY07 FY08 Budget
               1st qtr FY09     +16%      +7%      +3%        +17% +11%       +5%
               2nd qtr FY09     +12%      +5%      -2%        +12%    +4%      -5%
               3rd qtr FY09     +5%       -3%      -9%        +4%     -3%     -13%
               July 09          +7%       -5%      -8%        +5%    -10%     -15%
               August 09        +8%       -2%      -4%        +6%    -10%       -9%

Versus FY08, August 09 long distance peak leg load factors were even in coach, -3 points in
bedrooms, and -3 points in roomettes. Revenue per seat mile was -7% in coach, -9% in
bedrooms, and -11% in roomettes vs FY08.


FY09 through August: Fiscal year-to-date through August 09, Amtrak ridership of 25.0 million
trips was -5% vs FY08, +5% vs FY07, -9% vs Budget, and slightly favorable to Forecast (24.88
million trips). Ticket revenues of $1,475.0 million were -7% vs FY08, +6% vs FY07, -13% vs
Budget, and -$2.3 million vs Forecast ($1,477.3 million). The sales outlook for September 09
remains weak, and may lead to $6 to $7 million year-end ticket revenue shortfall vs the FY09
ticket revenue Forecast of $1,609 million.

                                     FYTD August 09 (millions)
                                                  Ticket
                                      Ridership Revenues
                       2009             25.00    $1,475.0
                       2008             26.41    $1,591.4
                       2007             23.75    $1,394.7
                       2009 Budget      27.58    $1,702.4
                       2009 Forecast    24.88    $1,477.3

                       2009 vs…
                       2008              -5%         -7%
                       2007              +5%         +6%
                       2009 Budget       -9%        -13%
                       2009 Forecast     +½%        -0.2%



August 09 retail gasoline prices averaged $2.67/gallon, down -30% vs last year. The national
unemployment rate in August 09 was 9.7% vs 9.4% in July 09.




                                        A - 3.3
                                                                          August FY09
                                                                    Ridership                                               Ticket Revenue
                                                                                       % change vs.                                                  % change vs.
NEC Spine                                        FY09        FY08       Budget        FY08    Budget     FY09           FY08          Budget        FY08    Budget
1 - Acela                                        226,192     250,440     263,719      -9.7    -14.2     $28,328,309    $33,122,752    $35,408,607   -14.5   -20.0
5 - Northeast Regional                           598,060     627,409     645,645      -4.7     -7.4     $35,216,547    $41,409,921    $41,911,924   -15.0   -16.0
99 - Special Trains                                  240       1,160       1,400      -79.3   -82.9        $49,000       $116,999       $200,000    -58.1   -75.5
                     Subtotal                    824,492     879,009     910,764      -6.2     -9.5     $63,593,856    $74,649,672    $77,520,530   -14.8   -18.0

State Supported and Other Short Distance Corridors
3 - Ethan Allen                                    5,646       5,871       5,622      -3.8    +0.4        $278,322       $288,473       $300,806    -3.5     -7.5
4 - Vermonter                                      7,764       7,897       7,433      -1.7    +4.5        $409,207       $438,310       $401,990    -6.6    +1.8
7 - Albany-Niagara Falls-Toronto                  37,099      42,002      42,608      -11.7   -12.9      $2,140,473     $2,657,055     $2,903,538   -19.4   -26.3
9 - Downeaster                                    46,903      50,854      47,596      -7.8     -1.5       $715,487       $771,936       $714,621    -7.3    +0.1
12 - New Haven-Springfield                        30,432      31,138      33,355      -2.3     -8.8       $842,700       $967,979      $1,014,931   -12.9   -17.0
14 - Keystone                                    100,526     106,487     110,621      -5.6     -9.1      $2,072,956     $2,262,278     $2,391,160   -8.4    -13.3
15 - Empire (NYP-ALB)                             85,933      88,639      92,405      -3.1     -7.0      $3,325,713     $3,644,245     $3,991,052   -8.7    -16.7
20 - Chicago-St. Louis (Lincoln Service)          47,158      48,604      51,319      -3.0     -8.1      $1,123,645     $1,297,476     $1,266,228   -13.4   -11.3
21 - Hiawatha                                     72,721      78,675      73,730      -7.6     -1.4      $1,301,827     $1,417,689     $1,281,276   -8.2    +1.6
22 - Wolverine                                    43,439      47,070      51,196      -7.7    -15.2      $1,599,170     $1,833,405     $1,846,646   -12.8   -13.4
23 - Chicago-Carbondale (Illini/Saluki)           21,851      24,324      25,121      -10.2   -13.0       $610,536       $733,374       $740,835    -16.7   -17.6
24 - Chicago-Quincy (IL Zephyr/Carl Sandburg)     18,273      19,839      19,750      -7.9     -7.5       $420,394       $493,731       $509,454    -14.9   -17.5
29 - Heartland Flyer                               6,892       8,808       7,660      -21.8   -10.0       $151,339       $197,306       $151,732    -23.3    -0.3
35 - Pacific Surfliner                           263,401     313,570     329,460      -16.0   -20.1      $5,016,052     $6,173,776     $6,634,186   -18.8   -24.4
36 - Cascades                                     81,849      83,142      89,194      -1.6     -8.2      $2,474,590     $2,440,252     $2,498,665   +1.4     -1.0
37 - Capitol Corridor                            132,225     158,309     158,485      -16.5   -16.6      $1,905,533     $2,144,278     $2,326,710   -11.1   -18.1
39 - San Joaquin                                  84,423      96,253      96,004      -12.3   -12.1      $2,551,777     $3,093,399     $3,095,392   -17.5   -17.6
40 - Adirondack                                   15,499      15,176      15,715      +2.1     -1.4       $768,366       $743,122       $837,086    +3.4     -8.2
41 - Blue Water                                   12,762      13,796      14,609      -7.5    -12.6       $452,330       $496,849       $481,232    -9.0     -6.0
47 - Washington-Newport News                      47,526      50,664      51,614      -6.2     -7.9      $2,564,568     $3,151,846     $3,172,939   -18.6   -19.2
54 - Hoosier State                                 2,701       3,296       3,350      -18.1   -19.4        $60,377        $75,453        $68,102    -20.0   -11.3
56 - Kansas City-St. Louis (MO River Runner)      15,635      16,593      15,200      -5.8    +2.9        $341,188       $391,128       $345,744    -12.8    -1.3
57 - Pennsylvanian                                19,353      19,397      20,435      -0.2     -5.3       $764,215       $856,083       $852,713    -10.7   -10.4
65 - Pere Marquette                               10,746      11,508      12,184      -6.6    -11.8       $304,585       $335,164       $327,159    -9.1     -6.9
66 - Carolinian                                   28,166      29,282      31,202      -3.8     -9.7      $1,675,461     $1,840,161     $2,610,515   -9.0    -35.8
67 - Piedmont                                      5,237       6,475       5,890      -19.1   -11.1        $84,655       $108,671        $96,061    -22.1   -11.9
74-81 - Buses                                           -           -             -     -       -         $567,060       $209,652       $912,943 +170.5     -37.9
96 - Special Trains                                  403       1,900            900   -78.8   -55.2       $252,567       $444,992       $450,000    -43.2   -43.9
                     Subtotal                   1,244,563   1,379,569   1,412,658     -9.8    -11.9     $34,775,093    $39,508,083    $42,223,715   -12.0   -17.6

Long Distance
16 - Silver Star                                  34,848      33,676      35,090      +3.5     -0.7      $2,571,554     $2,593,572     $2,827,259   -0.8     -9.0
18 - Cardinal                                     10,064      11,296      11,478      -10.9   -12.3       $609,252       $744,008       $733,216    -18.1   -16.9
19 - Silver Meteor                                30,679      28,935      31,205      +6.0     -1.7      $2,910,458     $2,916,886     $3,020,888   -0.2     -3.7
25 - Empire Builder                               56,593      57,563      57,614      -1.7     -1.8      $6,922,389     $8,103,734     $7,557,790   -14.6    -8.4
26 - Capitol Ltd.                                 22,050      21,810      22,181      +1.1     -0.6      $1,803,088     $1,913,233     $1,998,214   -5.8     -9.8
27 - California Zephyr                            31,794      37,295      38,337      -14.7   -17.1      $3,881,635     $4,743,659     $4,639,683   -18.2   -16.3
28 - Southwest Chief                              30,573      32,396      32,924      -5.6     -7.1      $3,724,208     $4,425,822     $4,402,241   -15.9   -15.4
30 - City of New Orleans                          17,899      17,842      20,331      +0.3    -12.0      $1,345,732     $1,375,962     $1,551,830   -2.2    -13.3
32 - Texas Eagle                                  25,453      27,858      22,598      -8.6    +12.6      $1,927,516     $2,297,428     $1,914,964   -16.1   +0.7
33 - Sunset Ltd.                                   7,374       7,481       6,967      -1.4    +5.8        $739,536       $847,938       $791,771    -12.8    -6.6
34 - Coast Starlight                              48,049      47,055      45,629      +2.1    +5.3       $3,793,041     $4,265,197     $4,258,424   -11.1   -10.9
45 - Lake Shore Ltd.                              33,983      36,025      37,760      -5.7    -10.0      $2,693,508     $2,854,864     $2,851,250   -5.7     -5.5
48 - Palmetto                                     17,859      18,502      19,312      -3.5     -7.5      $1,491,276     $1,571,502     $1,539,884   -5.1     -3.2
52 - Crescent                                     25,170      26,045      26,926      -3.4     -6.5      $2,353,355     $2,569,936     $2,689,681   -8.4    -12.5
63 - Auto Train                                   23,780      21,207      23,192      +12.1   +2.5       $4,739,721     $4,671,021     $5,042,960   +1.5     -6.0
                     Subtotal                    416,168     424,986     431,544      -2.1     -3.6     $41,506,267    $45,894,762    $45,820,056   -9.6     -9.4



                   Amtrak Total                 2,485,223   2,683,564   2,754,966     -7.4     -9.8    $139,875,216   $160,052,516   $165,564,302   -12.6   -15.5




                                                                            A - 3.4
                                                                     October-August FY09
                                                                     Ridership                                                Ticket Revenue
                                                                                       % change vs.                                                    % change vs.
NEC Spine                                         FY09        FY08       Budget       FY08    Budget       FY09           FY08          Budget        FY08    Budget
1 - Acela                                        2,770,772   3,104,698   3,228,367    -10.8   -14.2     $376,141,989   $427,133,587   $460,830,334    -11.9   -18.4
5 - Northeast Regional                           6,352,069   6,898,670   7,063,752    -7.9    -10.1     $397,861,524   $442,992,707   $466,964,750    -10.2   -14.8
99 - Special Trains                                 5,280       8,907      11,750     -40.7   -55.1         $895,999     $1,094,390      $1,390,000   -18.1   -35.5
                     Subtotal                    9,128,121 10,012,275 10,303,869      -8.8    -11.4     $774,899,511   $871,220,684   $929,185,083    -11.1   -16.6

State Supported and Other Short Distance Corridors
3 - Ethan Allen                                    43,387      43,592      44,380     -0.5     -2.2       $2,182,649     $2,247,735      $2,377,164   -2.9     -8.2
4 - Vermonter                                      68,922      67,470      68,941     +2.2     -0.0       $3,749,684     $3,657,856      $3,832,906   +2.5     -2.2
7 - Albany-Niagara Falls-Toronto                  313,388     326,884     339,534     -4.1     -7.7      $17,835,333    $20,124,065    $21,683,961    -11.4   -17.7
9 - Downeaster                                    422,388     430,537     444,854     -1.9     -5.1       $5,968,771     $5,967,906      $6,201,942   +0.0     -3.8
12 - New Haven-Springfield                        299,067     322,960     338,553     -7.4    -11.7       $8,537,646     $9,302,918    $10,081,860    -8.2    -15.3
14 - Keystone                                    1,117,253   1,081,671   1,132,587    +3.3     -1.4      $23,149,045    $22,697,188    $24,648,162    +2.0     -6.1
15 - Empire (NYP-ALB)                             850,011     914,391     956,679     -7.0    -11.1      $33,831,137    $37,934,210    $41,412,845    -10.8   -18.3
20 - Chicago-St. Louis (Lincoln Service)          467,757     439,578     473,567     +6.4     -1.2      $10,474,375    $10,472,691    $10,906,758    +0.0     -4.0
21 - Hiawatha                                     677,317     685,672     716,516     -1.2     -5.5      $12,210,011    $11,966,297    $12,610,026    +2.0     -3.2
22 - Wolverine                                    413,315     439,029     464,169     -5.9    -11.0      $13,997,325    $15,131,822    $16,105,913    -7.5    -13.1
23 - Chicago-Carbondale (Illini/Saluki)           239,552     248,513     266,855     -3.6    -10.2       $6,545,412     $7,078,982      $7,401,078   -7.5    -11.6
24 - Chicago-Quincy (IL Zephyr/Carl Sandburg)     186,891     185,669     198,746     +0.7     -6.0       $4,285,969     $4,576,049      $4,798,949   -6.3    -10.7
29 - Heartland Flyer                               68,996      75,949      78,536     -9.2    -12.1       $1,492,270     $1,572,368      $1,615,229   -5.1     -7.6
35 - Pacific Surfliner                           2,386,321   2,683,362   2,853,917    -11.1   -16.4      $42,875,367    $47,328,638    $51,178,189    -9.4    -16.2
36 - Cascades                                     673,546     695,066     741,836     -3.1     -9.2      $18,923,731    $19,135,517    $21,107,432    -1.1    -10.3
37 - Capitol Corridor                            1,472,933   1,548,783   1,631,177    -4.9     -9.7      $20,395,004    $20,352,937    $22,243,755    +0.2     -8.3
39 - San Joaquin                                  859,213     873,767     942,781     -1.7     -8.9      $25,739,077    $27,446,170    $29,442,484    -6.2    -12.6
40 - Adirondack                                    96,124     103,106     106,862     -6.8    -10.0       $4,875,245     $5,117,406      $5,530,103   -4.7    -11.8
41 - Blue Water                                   123,852     126,222     133,177     -1.9     -7.0       $3,836,202     $3,857,497      $4,082,082   -0.6     -6.0
47 - Washington-Newport News                      411,698     426,344     443,802     -3.4     -7.2      $22,197,172    $24,470,047    $26,185,120    -9.3    -15.2
54 - Hoosier State                                 29,220      29,140      30,614     +0.3     -4.6         $628,707       $626,856       $656,806    +0.3     -4.3
56 - Kansas City-St. Louis (MO River Runner)      140,231     140,475     145,365     -0.2     -3.5       $3,028,948     $3,056,663      $3,200,629   -0.9     -5.4
57 - Pennsylvanian                                184,410     184,635     191,178     -0.1     -3.5       $7,260,452     $7,295,752      $7,744,269   -0.5     -6.2
65 - Pere Marquette                                96,678     103,756     109,623     -6.8    -11.8       $2,638,524     $2,760,690      $2,933,549   -4.4    -10.1
66 - Carolinian                                   257,717     277,979     292,450     -7.3    -11.9      $13,704,999    $15,131,070    $16,745,374    -9.4    -18.2
67 - Piedmont                                      63,093      60,299      62,745     +4.6    +0.6        $1,029,045       $986,093      $1,033,973   +4.4     -0.5
74-81 - Buses                                            -           -            -     -       -         $5,503,667     $4,958,951      $5,669,388   +11.0    -2.9
96 - Special Trains                                32,194      47,126      49,600     -31.7   -35.1       $2,515,739     $4,719,342      $4,885,000   -46.7   -48.5
                     Subtotal                   11,995,474 12,561,975 13,259,044      -4.5     -9.5     $319,411,505   $339,973,716   $366,314,945    -6.0    -12.8

Long Distance
16 - Silver Star                                  344,965     339,056     347,635     +1.7     -0.8      $25,333,721    $25,859,455    $27,153,650    -2.0     -6.7
18 - Cardinal                                     100,258     100,548     103,449     -0.3     -3.1       $5,880,621     $5,961,075      $6,208,734   -1.3     -5.3
19 - Silver Meteor                                306,298     296,016     304,258     +3.5    +0.7       $30,510,320    $28,392,394    $29,614,744    +7.5    +3.0
25 - Empire Builder                               472,574     503,088     526,928     -6.1    -10.3      $49,007,323    $53,369,618    $56,853,465    -8.2    -13.8
26 - Capitol Ltd.                                 198,472     197,223     202,508     +0.6     -2.0      $16,220,241    $15,767,884    $16,549,445    +2.9     -2.0
27 - California Zephyr                            318,428     320,549     343,434     -0.7     -7.3      $35,210,172    $34,716,105    $38,090,667    +1.4     -7.6
28 - Southwest Chief                              293,151     302,595     314,654     -3.1     -6.8      $35,005,744    $37,280,371    $39,317,273    -6.1    -11.0
30 - City of New Orleans                          182,185     186,679     194,846     -2.4     -6.5      $13,950,696    $14,107,843    $14,957,999    -1.1     -6.7
32 - Texas Eagle                                  241,855     233,713     234,641     +3.5    +3.1       $18,366,899    $18,105,488    $18,496,386    +1.4     -0.7
33 - Sunset Ltd.                                   73,134      67,008      68,385     +9.1    +6.9        $7,726,692     $7,570,115      $7,838,253   +2.1     -1.4
34 - Coast Starlight                              396,745     317,879     373,492     +24.8   +6.2       $29,802,797    $24,818,359    $32,306,878    +20.1    -7.8
45 - Lake Shore Ltd.                              307,819     316,195     326,536     -2.6     -5.7      $21,935,971    $22,014,044    $22,901,115    -0.4     -4.2
48 - Palmetto                                     159,306     164,858     169,220     -3.4     -5.9      $11,622,916    $12,247,654    $12,717,064    -5.1     -8.6
52 - Crescent                                     265,672     269,981     278,406     -1.6     -4.6      $24,566,690    $25,043,772    $26,361,814    -1.9     -6.8
63 - Auto Train                                   218,805     221,448     229,387     -1.2     -4.6      $55,538,276    $54,949,676    $57,516,123    +1.1     -3.4
                     Subtotal                    3,879,667   3,836,836   4,017,779    +1.1     -3.4     $380,679,077   $380,203,851   $406,883,611    +0.1     -6.4



                   Amtrak Total                 25,003,262 26,411,086 27,580,692      -5.3     -9.3    $1,474,990,093 $1,591,398,250 $1,702,383,639   -7.3    -13.4




                                                                             A - 3.5
                    Amtrak Long Distance Ridership & Ticket Revenues, FY09 vs FY08
                                                (Sleeper Class Only)



August . . .                                  Ridership                              Ticket Revenue
                                 FY09            FY08           % Chg.      FY09             FY08          % Chg.
    16 - Silver Star                2,234            2,534         -11.8      $511,714          $578,688      -11.6
    18 - Cardinal                       656               632      +3.8       $129,134          $133,437       -3.2
    19 - Silver Meteor              3,280            3,277         +0.1       $825,367          $925,704      -10.8
    25 - Empire Builder             9,836           10,241          -4.0     $3,171,188       $3,326,973       -4.7
    26 - Capitol Ltd.               4,725            4,779          -1.1      $827,792          $893,848       -7.4
    27 - California Zephyr          5,846            7,506         -22.1     $1,886,629       $2,411,200      -21.8
    28 - Southwest Chief            5,270            5,972         -11.8     $1,634,825       $2,067,988      -20.9
    30 - City of New Orleans        2,435            2,497          -2.5      $345,876          $360,664       -4.1
    32 - Texas Eagle                2,948            3,170          -7.0      $622,733          $729,364      -14.6
    33 - Sunset Ltd.                1,326            1,447          -8.4      $310,787          $378,684      -17.9
    34 - Coast Starlight            8,178            8,878          -7.9     $1,654,292       $1,961,355      -15.7
    45 - Lake Shore Ltd.            3,764            4,037          -6.8      $874,892        $1,016,994      -14.0
    52 - Crescent                   2,960            2,924         +1.2       $543,067          $629,760      -13.8
    63 - Auto Train                 8,940            8,403         +6.4      $1,835,344       $1,707,454      +7.5


    Total                          62,398           66,297          -5.9    $15,173,640      $17,122,110      -11.4



October-August . . .                          Ridership                              Ticket Revenue
                                 FY09            FY08           % Chg.      FY09             FY08          % Chg.
    16 - Silver Star               22,830           28,941         -21.1     $5,610,907       $6,826,961      -17.8
    18 - Cardinal                   5,932            6,271          -5.4     $1,262,635       $1,254,803      +0.6
    19 - Silver Meteor             34,316           32,312         +6.2      $9,524,394       $8,693,413      +9.6
    25 - Empire Builder            72,851           79,479          -8.3    $20,627,669      $21,013,529       -1.8
    26 - Capitol Ltd.              42,270           40,454         +4.5      $7,582,868       $7,404,847      +2.4
    27 - California Zephyr         55,249           56,494          -2.2    $16,362,494      $16,300,549      +0.4
    28 - Southwest Chief           48,495           52,473          -7.6    $15,361,049      $17,087,102      -10.1
    30 - City of New Orleans       26,391           27,270          -3.2     $3,798,586       $3,853,826       -1.4
    32 - Texas Eagle               28,103           28,432          -1.2     $6,222,357       $6,300,365       -1.2
    33 - Sunset Ltd.               14,235           13,781         +3.3      $3,577,821       $3,595,296       -0.5
    34 - Coast Starlight           63,430           49,567        +28.0     $12,869,288      $10,656,344     +20.8
    45 - Lake Shore Ltd.           30,322           32,056          -5.4     $6,945,031       $7,507,510       -7.5
    52 - Crescent                  27,216           29,900          -9.0     $5,853,529       $6,100,694       -4.1
    63 - Auto Train                92,118           94,960          -3.0    $21,771,002      $21,460,221      +1.4


    Total                         563,758          572,390          -1.5   $137,369,629     $138,055,462       -0.5




                                                        A - 3.6
ACTUAL ANALYSIS
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    BUDGET
                                                                                                                         NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                                 Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                                          For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                            Operating Business Lines

                                                                                    For the Month                                                               For the Year to Date                                                          Forecast Year End
                                                        2009 Aug      2009 Aug         2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)             2009 YTD       2009 YTD       2008 YTD         Variance Fav / (Unfav)       FY 2009        FY 2009         FY 2008         Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                         Actual        Budget           Actual       Budget         Prior Year            Actual         Budget         Actual         Budget         Prior Year     Forecast       Budget         Last Year       Budget          Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                                $136,491      $162,520         $156,484      ($26,029)        ($19,993)          $1,442,838     $1,672,464     $1,561,471     ($229,626)       ($118,633)   $1,568,264     $1,816,394      $1,697,819     ($248,130)        ($129,555)
           Food and Beverage                                8,623         9,390            8,749          (767)            (126)              83,733         90,672         85,603        (6,939)          (1,870)       91,308         98,400          93,096        (7,092)           (1,788)
           State Supported Train Revenue                    7,486        14,798            9,799        (7,312)          (2,313)             143,588        162,687        152,506       (19,099)          (8,918)      164,309        177,485         164,507       (13,176)             (198)
          Total Passenger Related Revenue                 152,600       186,708          175,032       (34,108)         (22,432)           1,670,159      1,925,823      1,799,580      (255,664)        (129,421)    1,823,881      2,092,279       1,955,422      (268,398)         (131,541)

          Commuter                                          11,986        11,446            9,361          540            2,625              136,221       128,909         117,592         7,312           18,629       147,833        140,603         129,545         7,230            18,288
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                     7,752         7,074            8,867           678           (1,115)              87,468         79,073         85,170         8,395            2,298        95,108         86,713          94,422         8,395               686
           Commercial Development                           7,364         5,362            5,953         2,002            1,411               70,930         60,099         67,507        10,831            3,423        76,501         65,537          74,278        10,964             2,223
           Other Transportation                            12,559        10,463           10,313         2,096            2,246              131,243        113,566        111,935        17,677           19,308       141,671        123,901         122,260        17,770            19,411
           Freight Access Fees and Other                    3,876         3,323            3,868           553                8               37,732         34,762         46,517         2,970           (8,785)       43,238         37,981          49,543         5,257            (6,305)
          Total Other Revenue                              31,551        26,222           29,001         5,329            2,550              327,373        287,500        311,129        39,873           16,244       356,518        314,132         340,503        42,386            16,015
              Total Operating Revenue                     196,137       224,376          213,394       (28,239)         (17,257)           2,133,753      2,342,232      2,228,301      (208,479)         (94,548)    2,328,232      2,547,014       2,425,470      (218,782)          (97,238)

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                                       19,346        19,986           18,471           640             (875)             216,400        222,497        201,352         6,097          (15,048)      236,484        242,990         220,305         6,506           (16,179)
            Wages & Overtime                               76,990        79,235           61,997         2,245          (14,993)             837,527        847,571        828,703        10,044           (8,824)      915,787        925,343         871,947         9,556           (43,840)
            Employee Benefits                              36,625        45,983           46,271         9,358            9,646              478,060        508,564        464,825        30,504          (13,235)      512,116        554,660         505,238        42,544            (6,878)
            Employee Related                                2,326         2,665            1,970           339             (356)              25,900         29,590         22,171         3,690           (3,729)       28,892         32,347          27,695         3,455            (1,197)
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits              135,287       147,869          128,709        12,582           (6,578)           1,557,887      1,608,222      1,517,051        50,335          (40,836)    1,693,279      1,755,340       1,625,185        62,061           (68,094)
          Train Operations                                 20,904        19,964           21,295          (940)             391              215,802        207,377        202,894        (8,425)         (12,908)      237,159        227,114         220,368       (10,045)          (16,791)
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                         24,356        42,773           34,403        18,417           10,047              250,901        418,138        335,432       167,237           84,531       274,298        460,677         370,032       186,379            95,734
          Materials                                        17,637        15,955           15,162        (1,682)          (2,475)             188,652        174,827        156,919       (13,825)         (31,733)      209,291        190,971         201,676       (18,320)           (7,615)
          Facility, Communication, & Office                14,550        13,768           11,816          (782)          (2,734)             154,355        153,486        136,087          (869)         (18,268)      171,533        167,678         151,919        (3,855)          (19,614)
          Advertising and Sales                             9,401         9,406            8,913             5             (488)              91,839        100,990         88,149         9,151           (3,690)      105,698        110,016          98,056         4,318            (7,642)




A - 4.1
          Casualty and Other Claims Total                   6,015         6,882            6,881           867              866               76,960         74,021         72,047        (2,939)          (4,913)       77,158         80,791          62,935         3,633           (14,223)
          Depreciation                                     47,461        42,103           52,621        (5,358)           5,160              504,612        453,265        456,935       (51,347)         (47,677)      572,025        500,941         514,320       (71,084)          (57,705)
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback                    (998)       (1,300)          (1,265)         (302)            (267)             (12,127)       (14,300)       (14,366)       (2,173)          (2,239)      (13,427)       (15,600)        (15,757)       (2,173)           (2,330)
          Depreciation, net of amortization                46,463        40,803           51,356        (5,660)           4,893              492,485        438,965        442,569       (53,520)         (49,916)      558,598        485,341         498,563       (73,257)          (60,035)
          Other Expenses                                   24,553        22,062           21,138        (2,491)          (3,415)             258,006        244,256        232,871       (13,750)         (25,135)      287,303        267,238         294,189       (20,065)            6,886
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E               (11,810)      (10,836)          (8,241)          974            3,569              (96,061)       (98,129)      (108,832)       (2,068)         (12,771)     (109,368)      (108,824)       (113,304)          544            (3,936)

              Total Expense                               287,356       308,646          291,432        21,290            4,076            3,190,826      3,322,153      3,075,187       131,327         (115,639)     3,504,949      3,636,342      3,409,619       131,393           (95,330)
              Operating Income (Loss)                     (91,219)      (84,270)         (78,038)       (6,949)         (13,181)          (1,057,073)      (979,921)      (846,886)      (77,152)        (210,187)    (1,176,717)    (1,089,328)      (984,149)      (87,389)         (192,568)

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                                 (4,806)       (6,927)          (7,270)       (2,121)           (2,464)            (61,225)      (78,151)        (83,744)      (16,926)         (22,519)      (66,020)       (85,033)        (90,593)      (19,013)          (24,573)
           Interest Expense                                13,681        14,173           14,590           492               909             160,355       158,045         165,372        (2,310)           5,017       174,123        172,093         266,531        (2,030)           92,408
          Other Expense - Net                               8,875         7,246            7,320        (1,629)           (1,555)             99,130        79,894          81,628       (19,236)         (17,502)      108,103         87,060         175,938       (21,043)           67,835

          Loss from Continuing Operations                 (100,094)      (91,516)         (85,358)      (8,578)         (14,736)          (1,156,203)    (1,059,815)      (928,514)      (96,388)        (227,689)    (1,284,820)    (1,176,388)     (1,160,087)    (108,432)         (124,733)
          Discontinued Operations                                0             0                0            0                0                    0              0              0             0                0              0              0               0            0                 0
          Net Loss                                        (100,094)      (91,516)         (85,358)      (8,578)         (14,736)          (1,156,203)    (1,059,815)      (928,514)      (96,388)        (227,689)    (1,284,820)    (1,176,388)     (1,160,087)    (108,432)         (124,733)

          Adj for Depreciation, OPEBs, PRJ & Interest       64,167        58,992           67,606        5,175           (3,439)             725,408       636,785         602,393        88,623          123,015       808,608        701,388         765,808       107,220            42,800
              Adjusted Income or (Loss)                   ($35,927)     ($32,524)        ($17,752)     ($3,403)        ($18,175)           ($430,795)    ($423,030)      ($326,121)      ($7,765)       ($104,674)    ($476,212)     ($475,000)      ($394,279)      ($1,212)         ($81,933)

          RECONCILIATION TO CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS:
          Total Operating Revenue            $196,137   $224,376                        $213,394      ($28,239)        ($17,257)          $2,133,753     $2,342,232     $2,228,301     ($208,479)        ($94,548)    $2,328,232     $2,547,014      $2,425,470    ($218,782)        ($97,238)
          Federal and State Capital Payments     2,450     2,484                           2,259           (34)             191               26,948         27,329         24,873          (381)           2,075         29,432         29,813          27,309         (381)           2,123
          Total Revenue                        198,587   226,860                         215,653       (28,273)         (17,066)           2,160,701      2,369,561      2,253,174      (208,860)         (92,473)     2,357,664      2,576,827       2,452,779     (219,163)         (95,115)
          Total Expenses                       287,356   308,646                         291,432        21,290            4,076            3,190,826      3,322,153      3,075,187       131,327         (115,639)     3,504,949      3,636,342       3,409,619      131,393          (95,330)
          Income or (Loss) from Operations     (88,769)  (81,786)                        (75,779)       (6,983)         (12,990)          (1,030,125)      (952,592)      (822,013)      (77,533)        (208,112)    (1,147,285)    (1,059,515)       (956,840)     (87,770)        (190,445)
          Interest, net                          8,875     7,246                           7,320        (1,629)          (1,555)              99,130         79,894         81,628       (19,236)         (17,502)       108,103         87,060         175,938      (21,043)          67,835
          Loss from Continuing Operations      (97,644)  (89,032)                        (83,099)       (8,612)         (14,545)          (1,129,255)    (1,032,486)      (903,641)      (96,769)        (225,614)    (1,255,388)    (1,146,575)     (1,132,778)    (108,813)        (122,610)
          Discontinued Operations                    0         0                               0             0                0                    0              0              0             0                0              0              0               0            0                0
          Net Income or (Loss)                ($97,644) ($89,032)                       ($83,099)      ($8,612)        ($14,545)         ($1,129,255)   ($1,032,486)     ($903,641)     ($96,769)       ($225,614)   ($1,255,388)   ($1,146,575)    ($1,132,778)   ($108,813)       ($122,610)
                                                                                                          NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                  Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                           For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                 Core and Projects

                                                                           For the Month                                                              For the Year to Date                                                         Forecast Year End
                                               2009 Aug      2009 Aug         2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD      2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)       FY 2009       FY 2009        FY 2008         Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                Actual        Budget           Actual       Budget         Prior Year         Actual        Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year     Forecast      Budget        Last Year       Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                       $136,490      $162,520         $156,484      ($26,030)        ($19,994)      $1,442,837    $1,672,464       $1,561,471       ($229,627)       ($118,634)   $1,568,264    $1,816,394     $1,697,819     ($248,130)       ($129,555)
           Food and Beverage                       8,623         9,390            8,749          (767)            (126)          83,733        90,672           85,603          (6,939)          (1,870)       91,308        98,400         93,096        (7,092)          (1,788)
           State Supported Train Revenue           7,486        14,798            9,799        (7,312)          (2,313)         143,588       162,687          152,506         (19,099)          (8,918)      164,309       177,485        164,507       (13,176)            (198)
          Total Passenger Related Revenue        152,599       186,708          175,032       (34,109)         (22,433)       1,670,158     1,925,823        1,799,580        (255,665)        (129,422)    1,823,881     2,092,279      1,955,422      (268,398)        (131,541)
          Mail and Express                             0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                0
          Commuter                                     0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                0
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
           Commercial Development                      0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
           Other Transportation                   12,559        10,463           10,313         2,096            2,246          131,243       113,566          111,934          17,677           19,309       141,671       123,901        122,260        17,770            19,411
           Freight Access Fees and Other           3,876         3,323            3,868           553                8           37,732        34,762           46,517           2,970           (8,785)       43,238        37,981         49,543         5,257            (6,305)
          Total Other Revenue                     16,435        13,786           14,181         2,649            2,254          168,975       148,328          158,451          20,647           10,524       184,909       161,882        171,803        23,027            13,106
              Total Operating Revenue            169,034       200,494          189,213       (31,460)         (20,179)       1,839,133     2,074,151        1,958,031        (235,018)        (118,898)    2,008,790     2,254,161      2,127,225      (245,371)         (118,435)

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                              18,449        19,015           17,579           566             (870)         205,985       211,081          191,571           5,096          (14,414)      225,105       230,569        209,601         5,464           (15,504)
            Wages & Overtime                      70,824        73,303           56,160         2,479          (14,664)         769,443       782,506          766,853          13,063           (2,590)      841,583       854,440        803,526        12,857           (38,057)
            Employee Benefits                     34,071        43,104           43,698         9,033            9,627          445,786       474,967          433,085          29,181          (12,701)      476,968       518,221        469,907        41,253            (7,061)
            Employee Related                       2,260         2,565            1,893           305             (367)          24,894        28,439           21,170           3,545           (3,724)       27,742        31,055         26,306         3,313            (1,436)




A - 4.2
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits     125,604       137,987          119,330        12,383           (6,274)       1,446,108     1,496,993        1,412,679          50,885          (33,429)    1,571,398     1,634,285      1,509,340        62,887           (62,058)
          Train Operations                        20,884        19,940           21,270          (944)             386          215,548       207,129          202,661          (8,419)         (12,887)      236,885       226,846        220,098       (10,039)          (16,787)
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                23,715        41,167           33,736        17,452           10,021          245,608       403,670          326,984         158,062           81,376       268,221       444,495        360,645       176,274            92,424
          Materials                               16,203        14,555           13,135        (1,648)          (3,068)         165,105       157,169          138,294          (7,936)         (26,811)      183,655       171,530        181,042       (12,125)           (2,613)
          Facility, Communication, & Office       13,016        12,963           10,566           (53)          (2,450)         139,734       143,807          125,905           4,073          (13,829)      155,893       156,994        140,418         1,101           (15,475)
          Advertising and Sales                    9,395         9,404            8,913             9             (482)          91,805       100,958           88,127           9,153           (3,678)      105,655       109,975         98,024         4,320            (7,631)
          Casualty and Other Claims Total          5,901         6,744            6,801           843              900           75,558        72,525           70,795          (3,033)          (4,763)       75,622        79,165         61,598         3,543           (14,024)
          Depreciation                            47,460        42,103           52,621        (5,357)           5,161          504,612       453,265          456,935         (51,347)         (47,677)      572,025       500,941        514,320       (71,084)          (57,705)
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback           (998)       (1,300)          (1,265)         (302)            (267)         (12,127)      (14,300)         (14,366)         (2,173)          (2,239)      (13,427)      (15,600)       (15,757)       (2,173)           (2,330)
          Depreciation, net of amortization       46,462        40,803           51,356        (5,659)           4,894          492,485       438,965          442,569         (53,520)         (49,916)      558,598       485,341        498,563       (73,257)          (60,035)
          Other Expenses                          23,110        20,889           19,181        (2,221)          (3,929)         243,138       230,940          213,795         (12,198)         (29,343)      271,205       252,732        274,106       (18,473)            2,901
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E      (14,099)      (13,171)         (10,509)          928            3,590         (121,476)     (123,426)        (132,652)         (1,950)         (11,176)     (137,109)     (136,447)      (139,695)          662            (2,586)
              Total Expense                       270,191      291,281          273,779        21,090            3,588        2,993,613     3,128,730        2,889,157         135,117         (104,456)    3,290,023     3,424,916      3,204,139       134,893           (85,884)
              Operating Income (Loss)            (101,157)     (90,787)         (84,566)      (10,370)         (16,591)      (1,154,480)   (1,054,579)        (931,126)        (99,901)        (223,354)   (1,281,233)   (1,170,755)    (1,076,914)     (110,478)         (204,319)

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                        (4,806)       (6,927)          (7,270)       (2,121)           (2,464)       (61,225)      (78,151)         (83,744)         (16,926)         (22,519)      (66,020)     (85,033)       (90,593)       (19,013)          (24,573)
           Interest Expense                       13,680        14,173           14,590           493               910        160,355       158,045          165,372           (2,310)           5,017       174,123      172,093        266,530         (2,030)           92,407
          Other Expense - Net                      8,874         7,246            7,320        (1,628)           (1,554)        99,130        79,894           81,628          (19,236)         (17,502)      108,103       87,060        175,937        (21,043)           67,834


          Loss from Continuing Operations        (110,031)      (98,033)         (91,886)     (11,998)         (18,145)      (1,253,610)   (1,134,473)      (1,012,754)       (119,137)        (240,856)   (1,389,336)   (1,257,815)    (1,252,851)     (131,521)         (136,485)
          Discontinued Operations                       0             0                0            0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
          Net Loss                               (110,031)      (98,033)         (91,886)     (11,998)         (18,145)      (1,253,610)   (1,134,473)      (1,012,754)       (119,137)        (240,856)   (1,389,336)   (1,257,815)    (1,252,851)     (131,521)         (136,485)
                                                                                                             NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                     Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                              For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                       Commuter

                                                                             For the Month                                                                For the Year to Date                                                            Forecast Year End
                                               2009 Aug       2009 Aug          2008 Aug        Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD       2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)         FY 2009        FY 2009        FY 2008         Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                Actual         Budget            Actual        Budget         Prior Year         Actual         Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year       Forecast       Budget        Last Year       Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                             $0             $0                 $0            $0               $0              $0             $0               $0               $0               $0              $0            $0             $0             $0                $0
           Food and Beverage                           0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
           State Supported Train Revenue               0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
          Total Passenger Related Revenue              0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
          Mail and Express                             0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
          Commuter                                11,987         11,446              9,361           541            2,626         136,222        128,909          117,592            7,313           18,630         147,833       140,603        129,545          7,230            18,288
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
           Commercial Development                      0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
           Other Transportation                        0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
           Freight Access Fees and Other               0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
          Total Other Revenue                          0              0                  0             0                0               0              0                0                0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
              Total Operating Revenue             11,987         11,446              9,361           541            2,626         136,222        128,909          117,592            7,313           18,630         147,833       140,603        129,545          7,230            18,288

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                                  538            611               541            73                3           6,287          7,428             5,932           1,141              (355)         6,899         8,069          6,484          1,170              (415)
            Wages & Overtime                        3,971          3,655             3,715          (316)            (256)         43,562         40,357            38,831          (3,205)           (4,731)        47,408        43,921         42,845         (3,487)           (4,563)
            Employee Benefits                       1,741          1,856             1,669           115              (72)         21,430         21,868            20,489             438              (941)        23,285        23,687         22,782            402              (503)
            Employee Related                           30             37                29             7               (1)            400            463               336              63               (64)           471           534            377             63               (94)




A - 4.3
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits        6,280          6,159             5,954          (121)            (326)         71,679         70,116            65,588          (1,563)           (6,091)        78,063        76,211         72,488         (1,852)           (5,575)
          Train Operations                             19             24                25             5                6             219            248               233              29                14            238           267            266             29                28
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                    624          1,566               627           942                3           4,818         14,008             7,835           9,190             3,017          5,554        15,674          8,718         10,120             3,164
          Materials                                 1,002            927             1,293           (75)             291          14,572         10,858            12,570          (3,714)           (2,002)        15,573        11,628         14,144         (3,945)           (1,429)
          Facility, Communication, & Office           403            318               457           (85)              54           4,347          4,211             4,565            (136)              218          4,832         4,683          5,052           (149)              220
          Advertising and Sales                         0              0                 0             0                0               8              5                 0              (3)               (8)             8             5              0             (3)               (8)
          Casualty and Other Claims Total             114            135                77            21              (37)          1,397          1,463             1,243              66              (154)         1,528         1,590          1,326             62              (202)
          Depreciation                                  0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                 0              0             0              0              0                 0
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback               0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                 0              0             0              0              0                 0
          Depreciation, net of amortization             0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                 0              0             0              0              0                 0
          Other Expenses                              399            239               118          (160)            (281)          3,950          3,750             3,334            (200)             (616)         4,191         3,996          3,562           (195)             (629)
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E            69             69                68             0               (1)            754            723               703             (31)              (51)           819           787            782            (32)              (37)
              Total Expense                         8,910          9,437             8,619           527             (291)        101,744        105,382            96,071           3,638           (5,673)        110,806       114,841        106,338          4,035            (4,468)
              Operating Income (Loss)               3,077          2,009               742         1,068            2,335          34,478         23,527            21,521          10,951           12,957          37,027        25,762         23,207         11,265            13,820

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                                0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0             0               0            0                  0
           Interest Expense                               0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0             0               0            0                  0
          Other Expense - Net                             0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0             0               0            0                  0

          Loss from Continuing Operations           3,077          2,009              742          1,068            2,335          34,478         23,527            21,521          10,951           12,957          37,027        25,762         23,207         11,265            13,820
          Discontinued Operations                       0              0                0              0                0               0              0                 0               0                0               0             0              0              0                 0
          Net Loss                                  3,077          2,009              742          1,068            2,335          34,478         23,527            21,521          10,951           12,957          37,027        25,762         23,207         11,265            13,820
                                                                                                             NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                     Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                              For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                      Reimbursables

                                                                             For the Month                                                                For the Year to Date                                                              Forecast Year End
                                               2009 Aug       2009 Aug          2008 Aug        Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD       2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)         FY 2009         FY 2009         FY 2008          Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                Actual         Budget            Actual        Budget         Prior Year         Actual         Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year       Forecast        Budget         Last Year        Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                             $0             $0                $0               $0               $0            $0             $0               $0                 $0               $0               $0             $0               $0            $0                $0
           Food and Beverage                           0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
           State Supported Train Revenue               0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Total Passenger Related Revenue              0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Mail and Express                             0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Commuter                                     0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Other:
           Reimbursable                             7,752          7,074             8,867           678            (1,115)        87,468         79,073            85,170           8,395            2,298          95,108         86,713          94,422           8,395                 686
           Commercial Development                       0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                   0
           Other Transportation                         0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                   0
           Freight Access Fees and Other                0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                   0
          Total Other Revenue                       7,752          7,074             8,867           678            (1,115)        87,468         79,073            85,170           8,395            2,298          95,108         86,713          94,422           8,395                 686
              Total Operating Revenue               7,752          7,074             8,867           678            (1,115)        87,468         79,073            85,170           8,395            2,298          95,108         86,713          94,422           8,395                 686

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                                  191            182               196            (9)               5           2,268          2,038            2,106             (230)             (162)         2,443          2,224           2,314            (219)             (129)
            Wages & Overtime                        2,137          2,208             2,060            71              (77)         23,896         23,948           22,388               52            (1,508)        26,100         26,152          24,892              52            (1,208)
            Employee Benefits                         714            896               804           182               90           9,623         10,309           10,003              686               380         10,514         11,205          11,191             691               677
            Employee Related                           31             53                40            22                9             557            579              604               22                47            610            632             945              22               335




A - 4.4
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits        3,073          3,339             3,100           266               27          36,344         36,874           35,101              530            (1,243)        39,667         40,213          39,342             546              (325)
          Train Operations                              0              0                 0             0                0              35              0                0              (35)              (35)            35              0               4             (35)              (31)
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                      1              1                 3             0                2              43             14              150              (29)              107             43             15             155             (28)              112
          Materials                                   432            473               735            41              303           8,974          6,750            6,054           (2,224)           (2,920)        10,062          7,763           6,490          (2,299)           (3,572)
          Facility, Communication, & Office           847            203               555          (644)            (292)          7,160          2,236            2,759           (4,924)           (4,401)         7,364          2,440           3,242          (4,924)           (4,122)
          Advertising and Sales                         0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                0                0                 0              0              0               0               0                 0
          Casualty and Other Claims Total               0              0                 2             0                2               0              0                4                0                 4              0              0               7               0                 7
          Depreciation                                  0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                0                0                 0              0              0               0               0                 0
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback               0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                0                0                 0              0              0               0               0                 0
          Depreciation, net of amortization             0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                0                0                 0              0              0               0               0                 0
          Other Expenses                              783            548             1,739          (235)             956           8,934          6,205           14,537           (2,729)            5,603          9,482          6,754          15,261          (2,728)            5,779
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E         2,205          2,252             2,180            47              (25)         24,451         24,430           22,931              (21)           (1,520)        26,700         26,679          25,415             (21)           (1,285)
              Total Expense                         7,341          6,816             8,314          (525)             973          85,941         76,509           81,536           (9,432)           (4,405)        93,353         83,864          89,916          (9,489)           (3,437)
              Operating Income (Loss)                 411            258               553           153             (142)          1,527          2,564            3,634           (1,037)           (2,107)         1,755          2,849           4,506          (1,094)           (2,751)

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                                0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0
           Interest Expense                               0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0
          Other Expense - Net                             0              0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0

          Loss from Continuing Operations            411            258               553            153             (142)           1,527          2,564            3,634          (1,037)          (2,107)          1,755          2,849            4,506         (1,094)           (2,751)
          Discontinued Operations                      0              0                 0              0                0                0              0                0               0                0               0              0                0              0                 0
          Net Loss                                   411            258               553            153             (142)           1,527          2,564            3,634          (1,037)          (2,107)          1,755          2,849            4,506         (1,094)           (2,751)
                                                                                                             NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                     Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                              For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                       Commercial

                                                                             For the Month                                                                For the Year to Date                                                              Forecast Year End
                                               2009 Aug       2009 Aug          2008 Aug        Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD       2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)         FY 2009         FY 2009         FY 2008          Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                Actual         Budget            Actual        Budget         Prior Year         Actual         Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year       Forecast        Budget         Last Year        Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                             $0             $0                $0               $0               $0            $0             $0               $0                 $0               $0               $0             $0               $0            $0                $0
           Food and Beverage                           0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
           State Supported Train Revenue               0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Total Passenger Related Revenue              0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Mail and Express                             0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Commuter                                     0              0                 0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                 0
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                 0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
           Commercial Development                   7,364          5,362             5,953         2,002            1,411          70,930         60,099            67,507          10,831            3,423          76,501         65,537          74,278          10,964             2,223
           Other Transportation                         0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
           Freight Access Fees and Other                0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Total Other Revenue                       7,364          5,362             5,953         2,002            1,411          70,930         60,099            67,507          10,831            3,423          76,501         65,537          74,278          10,964             2,223
              Total Operating Revenue               7,364          5,362             5,953         2,002            1,411          70,930         60,099            67,507          10,831            3,423          76,501         65,537          74,278          10,964             2,223

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                                 169            177               154              8              (15)           1,861          1,950            1,743              89             (118)          2,037          2,127            1,907             90              (130)
            Wages & Overtime                          57             70                63             13                6              626            760              630             134                4             696            830              683            134               (13)
            Employee Benefits                        100            127               101             27                1            1,221          1,421            1,249             200               28           1,350          1,547            1,358            197                 8
            Employee Related                           5             10                 7              5                2               49            110               62              61               13              68            127               68             59                 0




A - 4.5
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits         331            384               325             53               (6)           3,757          4,241            3,684             484              (73)          4,151          4,631            4,016            480              (135)
          Train Operations                             0              0                 0              0                0                0              0                0               0                0               0              0                0              0                 0
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                    15             39                38             24               23              433            446              463              13               30             479            492              515             13                36
          Materials                                    0              0                 0              0                0                0             50                1              50                1               0             50                1             50                 1
          Facility, Communication, & Office          284            282               237             (2)             (47)           3,114          3,231            2,858             117             (256)          3,444          3,561            3,206            117              (238)
          Advertising and Sales                        7              2                 0             (5)              (7)              26             27               22               1               (4)             35             36               32              1                (3)
          Casualty and Other Claims Total              0              3                 0              3                0                5             33                5              28                0               8             36                5             28                (3)
          Depreciation                                 0              0                 0              0                0                0              0                0               0                0               0              0                0              0                 0
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback              0              0                 0              0                0                0              0                0               0                0               0              0                0              0                 0
          Depreciation, net of amortization            0              0                 0              0                0                0              0                0               0                0               0              0                0              0                 0
          Other Expenses                             262            387               100            125             (162)           1,984          3,361            1,205           1,377             (779)          2,425          3,758            1,261          1,333            (1,164)
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E           15             13                20             (2)               5              209            144              186             (65)             (23)            222            157              194            (65)              (28)
              Total Expense                           914          1,110               720           196             (194)          9,528         11,533             8,424           2,005            (1,104)        10,764         12,721           9,230           1,957            (1,534)
              Operating Income (Loss)               6,450          4,252             5,233         2,198            1,217          61,402         48,566            59,083          12,836             2,319         65,737         52,816          65,048          12,921               689

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                                0              0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
           Interest Expense                               0              0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
          Other Expense - Net                             0              0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0

          Loss from Continuing Operations           6,450          4,252             5,233         2,198            1,217          61,402         48,566            59,083          12,836            2,319          65,737         52,816          65,048          12,921                 689
          Discontinued Operations                       0              0                 0             0                0               0              0                 0               0                0               0              0               0               0                   0
          Net Loss                                  6,450          4,252             5,233         2,198            1,217          61,402         48,566            59,083          12,836            2,319          65,737         52,816          65,048          12,921                 689
                                                                                                                       NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                               Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                                        For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                                  Projects

                                                                                       For the Month                                                                For the Year to Date                                                              Forecast Year End
                                                        2009 Aug        2009 Aug          2008 Aug        Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD       2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)         FY 2009         FY 2009         FY 2008          Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                         Actual          Budget            Actual        Budget         Prior Year         Actual         Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year       Forecast        Budget         Last Year        Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                                        $0             $0               $0               $0               $0            $0             $0               $0                 $0               $0               $0             $0               $0            $0               $0
           Food and Beverage                                      0              0                0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                0
           State Supported Train Revenue                          0              0                0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                0
          Total Passenger Related Revenue                         0              0                0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                0
          Mail and Express                                        0              0                0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                0
          Commuter                                                0              0                0                0                0             0              0                0                  0                0                0              0                0             0                0
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                            0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
           Commercial Development                                  0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
           Other Transportation                                    0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
           Freight Access Fees and Other                           0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
          Total Other Revenue                                      0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0
              Total Operating Revenue                              0               0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                 0               0              0                0             0                 0

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                                            122              0                21          (122)             (101)         1,949              0              193           (1,949)          (1,756)          1,949              0             518          (1,949)           (1,431)
            Wages & Overtime                                  1,309            162                14        (1,147)           (1,295)         8,426          1,784              218           (6,642)          (8,208)          8,518          1,946             334          (6,572)           (8,184)
            Employee Benefits                                   421             74                17          (347)             (404)         4,058            870              187           (3,188)          (3,871)          4,094            945             406          (3,149)           (3,688)
            Employee Related                                    140             93                 5           (47)             (135)         1,081            495              190             (586)            (891)          1,172            587             433            (585)             (739)




A - 4.6
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits                  1,992            329                57        (1,663)           (1,935)        15,514          3,149              788          (12,365)         (14,726)         15,733          3,478           1,691         (12,255)          (14,042)
          Train Operations                                        0              0                 0             0                 0             29              0                0              (29)             (29)             29              0               0             (29)              (29)
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                                0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                0                0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Materials                                           4,246          1,554                 8        (2,692)           (4,238)        21,749         17,093              345           (4,656)         (21,404)         25,353         18,671           2,184          (6,682)          (23,169)
          Facility, Communication, & Office                     503            966               110           463              (393)         4,892         11,090            3,343            6,198           (1,549)          5,840         12,053           4,131           6,213            (1,709)
          Advertising and Sales                                   0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                0                0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Casualty and Other Claims Total                        46              0                 0           (46)              (46)           118              0                1             (118)            (117)            114              0               3            (114)             (111)
          Depreciation                                            0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                0                0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback                         0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                0                0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Depreciation, net of amortization                       0              0                 0             0                 0              0              0                0                0                0               0              0               0               0                 0
          Other Expenses                                      3,236          1,049             2,972        (2,187)             (264)        26,868          9,105           10,519          (17,763)         (16,349)         27,642         10,251          15,117         (17,391)          (12,525)
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E                   1,329            376                 0          (953)           (1,329)         9,518          4,134                0           (5,384)          (9,518)          9,844          4,513               0          (5,331)           (9,844)
              Total Expense                                  11,352          4,274             3,147        (7,078)           (8,205)         78,688         44,571           14,996         (34,117)         (63,692)         84,555          48,966          23,126        (35,589)          (61,429)
              Operating Income (Loss)                       (11,352)        (4,274)           (3,147)       (7,078)           (8,205)        (78,688)       (44,571)         (14,996)        (34,117)         (63,692)        (84,555)        (48,966)        (23,126)       (35,589)          (61,429)

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                                         0               0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0
           Interest Expense                                        0               0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0
          Other Expense - Net                                      0               0                 0            0                  0               0              0                0              0                  0              0              0                0             0                  0

          Loss from Continuing Operations                   (11,352)        (4,274)           (3,147)       (7,078)           (8,205)        (78,688)       (44,571)         (14,996)        (34,117)         (63,692)        (84,555)        (48,966)        (23,126)       (35,589)          (61,429)
          Discontinued Operations                                 0              0                 0             0                 0               0              0                0               0                0               0               0               0              0                 0
          Net Loss                                          (11,352)        (4,274)           (3,147)       (7,078)           (8,205)        (78,688)       (44,571)         (14,996)        (34,117)         (63,692)        (84,555)        (48,966)        (23,126)       (35,589)          (61,429)




          Note: Project amounts represent the non-capitalizable portion of a project. The above figures are included in the
          CORE + PRJ totals page and are presented here for informational puposes only.
                                                                                                          NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                                                  Consolidated Income Statement - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                                           For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                                                                       Core

                                                                           For the Month                                                              For the Year to Date                                                         Forecast Year End
                                               2009 Aug      2009 Aug         2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)          2009 YTD      2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)       FY 2009       FY 2009        FY 2008         Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                         ($ thousands)
                                                Actual        Budget           Actual       Budget         Prior Year         Actual        Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year     Forecast      Budget        Last Year       Budget         Prior Year
           REVENUES:
          Passenger Related:
           Ticket Revenue                       $136,490      $162,520         $156,484      ($26,030)        ($19,994)      $1,442,837    $1,672,464       $1,561,471       ($229,627)       ($118,634)   $1,568,264    $1,816,394     $1,697,819     ($248,130)       ($129,555)
           Food and Beverage                       8,623         9,390            8,749          (767)            (126)          83,733        90,672           85,603          (6,939)          (1,870)       91,308        98,400         93,096        (7,092)          (1,788)
           State Supported Train Revenue           7,486        14,798            9,799        (7,312)          (2,313)         143,588       162,687          152,506         (19,099)          (8,918)      164,309       177,485        164,507       (13,176)            (198)
          Total Passenger Related Revenue        152,599       186,708          175,032       (34,109)         (22,433)       1,670,158     1,925,823        1,799,580        (255,665)        (129,422)    1,823,881     2,092,279      1,955,422      (268,398)        (131,541)
          Mail and Express                             0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                0
          Commuter                                     0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                0
          Other:
           Reimbursable                                0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
           Commercial Development                      0             0                0             0                0                0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
           Other Transportation                   12,559        10,463           10,313         2,096            2,246          131,243       113,566          111,934          17,677           19,309       141,671       123,901        122,260        17,770            19,411
           Freight Access Fees and Other           3,876         3,323            3,868           553                8           37,732        34,762           46,517           2,970           (8,785)       43,238        37,981         49,543         5,257            (6,305)
          Total Other Revenue                     16,435        13,786           14,181         2,649            2,254          168,975       148,328          158,451          20,647           10,524       184,909       161,882        171,803        23,027            13,106
              Total Operating Revenue            169,034       200,494          189,213       (31,460)         (20,179)       1,839,133     2,074,151        1,958,031        (235,018)        (118,898)    2,008,790     2,254,161      2,127,225      (245,371)         (118,435)

            EXPENSES:
          Salaries, Wages and Benefits:
            Salaries                              18,328        19,015           17,558           687             (770)         204,036       211,081          191,378           7,045          (12,658)      223,156       230,569        209,083         7,413           (14,073)
            Wages & Overtime                      69,515        73,141           56,146         3,626          (13,369)         761,017       780,722          766,635          19,705            5,618       833,065       852,494        803,193        19,429           (29,872)
            Employee Benefits                     33,650        43,029           43,681         9,379           10,031          441,728       474,096          432,897          32,368           (8,831)      472,874       517,277        469,501        44,403            (3,373)
            Employee Related                       2,120         2,472            1,888           352             (232)          23,813        27,944           20,980           4,131           (2,833)       26,570        30,468         25,872         3,898              (698)




A - 4.7
          Total Salaries, Wages and Benefits     123,613       137,657          119,273        14,044           (4,340)       1,430,594     1,493,843        1,411,890          63,249          (18,704)    1,555,665     1,630,808      1,507,649        75,143           (48,016)
          Train Operations                        20,884        19,940           21,270          (944)             386          215,518       207,129          202,661          (8,389)         (12,857)      236,856       226,846        220,098       (10,010)          (16,758)
          Fuel, Power, & Utilities                23,715        41,167           33,736        17,452           10,021          245,608       403,670          326,984         158,062           81,376       268,221       444,495        360,645       176,274            92,424
          Materials                               11,957        13,001           13,127         1,044            1,170          143,357       140,076          137,949          (3,281)          (5,408)      158,302       152,859        178,857        (5,443)           20,555
          Facility, Communication, & Office       12,514        11,997           10,456          (517)          (2,058)         134,843       132,717          122,562          (2,126)         (12,281)      150,053       144,941        136,288        (5,112)          (13,765)
          Advertising and Sales                    9,395         9,404            8,913             9             (482)          91,805       100,958           88,127           9,153           (3,678)      105,655       109,975         98,024         4,320            (7,631)
          Casualty and Other Claims Total          5,854         6,744            6,801           890              947           75,441        72,525           70,794          (2,916)          (4,647)       75,508        79,165         61,595         3,657           (13,913)
          Depreciation                            47,460        42,103           52,621        (5,357)           5,161          504,612       453,265          456,935         (51,347)         (47,677)      572,025       500,941        514,320       (71,084)          (57,705)
          Amort of Gain On Sale/Leaseback           (998)       (1,300)          (1,265)         (302)            (267)         (12,127)      (14,300)         (14,366)         (2,173)          (2,239)      (13,427)      (15,600)       (15,757)       (2,173)           (2,330)
          Depreciation, net of amortization       46,462        40,803           51,356        (5,659)           4,894          492,485       438,965          442,569         (53,520)         (49,916)      558,598       485,341        498,563       (73,257)          (60,035)
          Other Expenses                          19,874        19,840           16,210           (34)          (3,664)         216,270       221,835          203,276           5,565          (12,994)      243,563       242,480        258,989        (1,083)           15,426
          Indirect Costs Capitalized To P&E      (15,428)      (13,547)         (10,509)        1,881            4,919         (130,993)     (127,560)        (132,652)          3,433           (1,659)     (146,954)     (140,960)      (139,695)        5,994             7,259
              Total Expense                      258,840       287,006          270,633        28,166           11,793        2,914,928     3,084,158        2,874,160         169,230          (40,768)    3,205,467     3,375,950      3,181,013       170,483           (24,454)
              Operating Income (Loss)            (89,806)      (86,512)         (81,420)       (3,294)          (8,386)      (1,075,795)   (1,010,007)        (916,129)        (65,788)        (159,666)   (1,196,677)   (1,121,789)    (1,053,788)      (74,888)         (142,889)

          Other (Income) and Expense
           Interest Income                        (4,806)       (6,927)          (7,270)       (2,121)           (2,464)       (61,225)      (78,151)         (83,745)         (16,926)         (22,520)      (66,020)     (85,033)       (90,593)       (19,013)          (24,573)
           Interest Expense                       13,680        14,173           14,590           493               910        160,354       158,045          165,372           (2,309)           5,018       174,123      172,093        266,530         (2,030)           92,407
          Other Expense - Net                      8,874         7,246            7,320        (1,628)           (1,554)        99,129        79,894           81,627          (19,235)         (17,502)      108,103       87,060        175,937        (21,043)           67,834

          Loss from Continuing Operations         (98,680)      (93,758)         (88,740)      (4,922)           (9,940)     (1,174,924)   (1,089,901)        (997,756)        (85,023)        (177,168)   (1,304,780)   (1,208,849)    (1,229,725)      (95,931)          (75,055)
          Discontinued Operations                       0             0                0            0                 0               0             0                0               0                0             0             0              0             0                 0
          Net Loss                                (98,680)      (93,758)         (88,740)      (4,922)           (9,940)     (1,174,924)   (1,089,901)        (997,756)        (85,023)        (177,168)   (1,304,780)   (1,208,849)    (1,229,725)      (95,931)          (75,055)
                                                               NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                      Expenses by Department - Summary - Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                 For the Month of August, 2009
                                                                                   Operating Business Lines


                                                                        For the Month                                                          For the Year to Date
                                             2009 Aug      2009 Aug        2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)       2009 YTD     2009 YTD         2008 YTD          Variance Fav / (Unfav)
               ($ thousands)
                                              Actual        Budget          Actual       Budget         Prior Year      Actual       Budget           Actual          Budget         Prior Year
Labor Expenses
  President Office                                   60           111              84           51               24        1,734        1,271              829             (464)            (906)
  Office of Inspector General                     1,201         1,164             992          (37)            (209)      12,434       13,317           11,115              883           (1,319)
  General Counsel                                 1,231         1,470           1,216          239              (15)      14,561       15,931           14,515            1,370              (47)
  Finance                                         2,423         2,777           2,585          355              163       27,801       30,625           27,697            2,824             (105)
  Energy Management                                  57            62              53            4               (5)         670          699              439               29             (230)
   Corporate Common                              (2,009)          735         (17,995)       2,744          (15,985)      (5,646)      (4,948)          11,028              697           16,674
   Procurement                                    2,904         3,294           3,731          390              828       34,206       35,929           34,936            1,723              730
   Amtrak Technologies                            2,830         3,195           2,666          365             (164)      33,866       34,941           30,152            1,075           (3,714)
   Government Affairs                               327           351             330           24                3        3,760        3,848            3,820               88               60
   Labor Relations                                  293           342             303           48                9        3,515        3,849            3,682              334              167
   Human Resources                                1,399         1,616           1,430          217               30       16,818       18,323           17,140            1,505              323
   Marketing & Product Management                 6,574         7,531           8,962          957            2,388       75,600       81,848           79,465            6,248            3,866
   Contract Administration                          448           530             528           82               79        5,183        6,100            4,906              917             (278)
   Planning & Analysis                                0             0             (77)           0              (77)          (0)           0            1,415                0            1,415
   Office of Security Strategy & Spec Ops             0             0               0            0                0            0            0                0                0                0
  Risk Management                                 3,824         4,461           3,795          636              (30)      45,234       48,404           41,367            3,171           (3,867)
  Operating Departments
      Sr. Vice President, Operations               101           120              87            20              (14)        1,230        1,361              968             131             (263)
      Environmental and Safety                     402           413             389            12              (12)        4,512        4,531            4,453              19              (59)
      Deputy RCM                                     0             0               0             0                0             0            0                0               0                0
      Transportation                            65,709        70,235          75,001         4,526            9,292       739,037      760,400          711,546          21,363          (27,491)
      Mechanical                                26,907        29,789          26,443         2,881             (465)      305,211      323,720          299,356          18,509           (5,855)
      Engineering                               14,921        13,662          12,872        (1,259)          (2,049)      173,724      160,766          158,172         (12,958)         (15,552)
      Engineering Reimbursable                   2,595         2,535           2,373           (60)            (222)       29,826       28,372           28,374          (1,455)          (1,452)
   Sub-Total Operating Departments             110,635       116,755         117,165         6,120            6,530     1,253,540    1,279,149        1,202,868          25,609          (50,672)
Total Labor Expenses                           132,198       144,393         125,767        12,195           (6,431)    1,523,277    1,569,284        1,485,374          46,008          (37,902)

Non-LaborExpenses
   President Office                                 14            17              15             3                0          670          201              180             (469)            (491)
   Office of Inspector General                     147           474             293           327              146        4,049        5,267            3,005            1,218           (1,044)
  General Counsel                                2,174         3,399           2,262         1,225               89       37,401       37,690           35,385              289           (2,016)
   Finance                                       8,465         8,272           7,894          (193)            (571)      78,371       91,363           81,828           12,993            3,457
   Energy Management                             7,832         9,190          10,010         1,358            2,178       94,167       95,802           94,967            1,635              800
   Corporate Common                             52,276        44,942          60,206        (7,335)           7,930      559,203      484,424          513,630          (74,780)         (45,573)
   Procurement                                  (3,251)         (781)            787         2,471            4,038       (5,969)      (6,360)           8,748             (391)          14,717
   Amtrak Technologies                          15,599        10,073          10,518        (5,526)          (5,081)     127,454      110,021           99,866          (17,434)         (27,588)
   Government Affairs                               50            53              36             2              (15)         719          782              708               64              (11)
   Labor Relations                                  35            50              42            15                8          409          479              411               70                2
   Human Resources                                 636           592             466           (44)            (171)       5,705        5,836            5,340              131             (366)
   Marketing & Product Management               14,551        16,618          17,745         2,067            3,194      163,985      176,388          162,276           12,404           (1,709)
   Contract Administration                         198           794             329           596              131        2,321        6,463            1,355            4,142             (966)
   Planning & Analysis                               0             0              74             0               74            0            0              493               (0)             493
  Office of Security Strategy & Spec Ops             0             0               0             0                0            0            0                0                0                0
   Risk Management                               1,211         1,937           1,053           726             (159)      15,942       22,631           13,049            6,689           (2,893)
   Operating Departments
      Sr. Vice President, Operations                 9            10               8             1               (1)          136          163            3,140              27            3,004
      Environmental and Safety                     305           305             225             0              (80)        3,014        3,315            2,268             302             (746)
      Deputy RCM                                   629           543             811           (86)             182         6,209        6,245            5,863              36             (346)
      Transportation                            36,082        52,635          42,686        16,553            6,604       378,474      526,183          442,212         147,709           63,738
      Mechanical                                16,902        15,597          11,216        (1,304)          (5,686)      167,626      171,914          111,277           4,288          (56,349)
      Engineering                                  (26)       (1,352)         (3,420)       (1,326)          (3,394)        9,646        4,327          (14,403)         (5,318)         (24,049)
      Engineering Reimbursable                   1,320           885           2,410          (435)           1,091        18,017        9,733           18,216          (8,285)             199
  Sub-Total Operating Departments               55,221        68,624          53,937        13,403           (1,284)      583,122      721,880          568,572         138,759          (14,550)
Total Non-Labor Expenses                       155,158       164,253         165,665         9,095           10,507     1,667,550    1,752,868        1,589,812          85,318          (77,737)

Total Expenses
   President Office                                 74           128              99            54               24        2,405        1,472            1,009             (933)          (1,396)
   Office of Inspector General                   1,348         1,638           1,285           290              (64)      16,483       18,584           14,120            2,101           (2,363)
   General Counsel                               3,405         4,868           3,479         1,463               74       51,963       53,621           49,900            1,658           (2,063)
   Finance                                      10,888        11,049          10,479           161             (408)     106,172      121,988          109,525           15,817            3,353
  Energy Management                              7,889         9,251          10,062         1,362            2,174       94,837       96,501           95,407            1,664              570
  Corporate Common                              50,267        45,676          42,211        (4,591)          (8,056)     553,558      479,476          524,658          (74,082)         (28,899)
   Procurement                                    (348)        2,513           4,518         2,861            4,866       28,237       29,568           43,684            1,331           15,447
  Amtrak Technologies                           18,429        13,268          13,184        (5,161)          (5,245)     161,321      144,962          130,019          (16,359)         (31,302)
   Government Affairs                              377           404             366            27              (12)       4,479        4,630            4,528              152               49
   Labor Relations                                 328           392             345            64               17        3,924        4,328            4,093              404              169
   Human Resources                               2,036         2,208           1,896           173             (140)      22,523       24,159           22,480            1,636              (43)
   Marketing & Product Management               21,125        24,149          26,707         3,024            5,582      239,584      258,236          241,741           18,652            2,157
   Contract Administration                         646         1,324             856           678              210        7,504       12,563            6,261            5,059           (1,243)
   Planning & Analysis                               0             0              (4)            0               (4)           0            0            1,908               (0)           1,908
  Office of Security Strategy & Spec Ops             0             0               0             0                0            0            0                0                0                0
   Risk Management                               5,036         6,398           4,847         1,362             (188)      61,176       71,035           54,416            9,859           (6,760)
   Operating Departments
      Sr. Vice President, Operations               110           131              95            21              (15)        1,366        1,524            4,107             157            2,741
      Environmental and Safety                     707           719             615            12              (92)        7,526        7,846            6,720             321             (805)
      Deputy RCM                                   629           543             811           (86)             182         6,209        6,245            5,863              36             (345)
      Transportation                           101,791       122,870         117,687        21,079           15,896     1,117,511    1,286,583        1,153,758         169,072           36,247
      Mechanical                                43,809        45,386          37,658         1,577           (6,151)      472,837      495,634          410,633          22,797          (62,204)
      Engineering                               14,895        12,310           9,452        (2,585)          (5,443)      183,370      165,094          143,769         (18,276)         (39,601)
      Engineering Reimbursable                   3,915         3,420           4,783          (494)             868        47,843       38,104           46,590          (9,739)          (1,254)
   Sub-Total Operating Departments             165,856       185,379         171,102        19,523            5,246     1,836,662    2,001,030        1,771,440         164,368          (65,222)
Total Expenses                                 287,356       308,646         291,432        21,290            4,076     3,190,826    3,322,153        3,075,187         131,327         (115,639)




Note: Numbers may not add due to rounding.




                                                                                         A - 4.8
                                                                                  NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                         Operating Expense by Department
                                                                                        For the Period Ending - August 2009
                                                                                             Operating Business Lines

                                                                                     Month                                                                     Year to Date
                                                       2009 Aug      2009 Aug       2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)            2009 YTD     2009 YTD       2008 YTD      Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                        ($ thousands)
                                                        Actual        Budget         Actual       Budget          Prior Year          Actual       Budget         Actual      Budget          Prior Year

          President's Office                                   74           128             99           54                 24            2,405        1,472          1,009        (933)            (1,396)
          Office Inspector Gen                              1,348         1,638          1,285          290                (64)          16,483       18,584         14,120       2,101             (2,363)
          General Counsel                                   3,405         4,868          3,479        1,463                 74           51,963       53,621         49,900       1,658             (2,063)
          Information Technology Dept                      18,429        13,268         13,184       (5,161)            (5,245)         161,321      144,962        130,019     (16,359)           (31,302)
          Finance
          CFO (Excl. AT)                                   10,057        10,051          9,863           (6)              (194)          97,883      111,725        102,404      13,842              4,521
          Energy Management                                 7,889         9,251         10,062        1,362              2,174           94,837       96,501         95,407       1,664                570
          Corporate Common - including subsidiaries        50,267        45,676         42,211       (4,591)            (8,056)         553,558      479,476        524,658     (74,082)           (28,899)
            Sub-Total Finance                              68,213        64,978         62,136       (3,234)            (6,077)         746,277      687,701        722,469     (58,576)           (23,808)
          Chief Logistics Officer                            (348)        2,513          4,518        2,861              4,866           28,237       29,568         43,684       1,331             15,447
          VP Gov't Affairs                                    377           404            366           27                (12)           4,479        4,630          4,528         152                 49
          Labor Relations                                     328           392            345           64                 17            3,924        4,328          4,093         404                169
          Human Resources                                   2,036         2,208          1,896          173               (140)          22,523       24,159         22,480       1,636                (43)
          Marketing & Product Management
          VP Customer Services                                513           681            612          167                    99         6,269        7,160          5,779         890               (491)
          Marketing And Sales                                   0             0              8            0                     8            28            3            376         (25)               348
          Chief Market Research & Analysis                    278           287            280            9                     2         3,591        3,703          3,647         112                 56
          Sales Dist & Cust Svc                             5,706         7,156          8,814        1,450                 3,108        69,284       76,559         75,917       7,275              6,633
          Chief Marketing Officer                           6,300         7,222          7,036          921                   736        74,207       79,998         66,877       5,791             (7,330)
          Customer Svc Field Opns                             331           396            311           65                   (21)        3,768        4,416          3,790         648                 23
          Chief Svc. Deliv. & Ops Supp                      7,898         8,376          9,616          478                 1,719        82,069       86,047         85,006       3,978              2,937




A - 4.9
          Charter & Group Services                             98            31             30          (67)                  (69)          369          350            348         (19)               (21)
            Sub-Total Marketing & Product Management       21,125        24,149         26,707        3,024                 5,582       239,584      258,236        241,741      18,652              2,157
          Policy & Development                                646         1,324            856          678                   210         7,504       12,563          6,261       5,059             (1,243)
          Corp Real Estate                                    831           998            617          167                  (214)        8,289       10,264          7,120       1,975             (1,168)
          Planning & Analysis                                   0             0             (4)           0                    (4)            0            0          1,908          (0)             1,908
          Ofc Of Sec Strat & Spec Ops                           0             0              0            0                     0             0            0              0           0                  0
          Police & Security                                 5,036         6,398          4,847        1,362                  (188)       61,176       71,035         54,416       9,859             (6,760)
          Operating Departments
          Chief Oper Officer-Staff                            110           131             95              21               (15)         1,366        1,524          4,107            157              2,741
          Environmental Health & Safety                       707           719            615              12               (92)         7,526        7,846          6,720            321               (805)
          Deputy RCM                                          629           543            811             (86)              182          6,209        6,245          5,863             36               (345)
          Transportation
          VP Transportation Staff incl Mail&Exp             1,057           374          1,647         (684)                 590          6,597        5,703          6,043        (893)              (553)
          Payments To Host Railroad                         9,237         9,801          8,393          564                 (844)       100,520      101,267         89,593         747            (10,927)
          New England Division
          Transportation-NED                                5,084         5,596          5,038          512                   (46)       56,728       62,013         57,651       5,285                923
          Commuter Operations Conn DOT                      1,199         1,123            884          (75)                 (314)       10,959       11,509          8,931         550             (2,028)
            Sub-Total New England Division                  6,282         6,719          5,922          437                  (360)       67,687       73,522         66,582       5,835             (1,105)
          Transportation New York Div                      11,007        13,581         13,851        2,574                 2,844       121,619      140,583        127,297      18,964              5,678
          NEC Service Operations                            4,797         5,153          5,255          356                   458        55,678       55,024         54,798        (654)              (880)
          Mid-Atlantic Division
          Mid-Atlantic Division                            11,356        13,762         12,908        2,406                 1,552       128,351      144,907        131,770      16,556                 3,418
          Commuter Operations Virginia Rail Exp             1,028         1,135            957          107                   (71)       11,389       11,988         11,151         598                  (239)
          MARC Service                                      1,227         1,359          1,171          132                   (56)       12,609       13,389         12,512         779                   (98)
            Sub-Total Mid-Atlantic Division                13,611        16,256         15,036        2,644                 1,425       152,350      170,284        155,432      17,934                 3,082
                                                                                    NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION
                                                                                           Operating Expense by Department
                                                                                          For the Period Ending - August 2009
                                                                                               Operating Business Lines

                                                                                       Month                                                                      Year to Date
                                                        2009 Aug      2009 Aug        2008 Aug       Variance Fav / (Unfav)           2009 YTD      2009 YTD        2008 YTD       Variance Fav / (Unfav)
                           ($ thousands)
                                                         Actual        Budget          Actual       Budget          Prior Year         Actual        Budget          Actual       Budget          Prior Year
            Southern Division                                 9,874        13,888          12,186       4,014              2,312          111,214       144,770         120,630      33,557              9,416
            Central Division                                 14,133        18,456          17,973       4,323              3,839          155,377       189,417         171,644      34,041             16,268
           Southwest Division
            Southwest Division                              10,270        12,817          12,582        2,547                 2,312      109,290       129,758         114,614       20,468                 5,325
           Coaster Commuter Svc                                  0             0               0            0                     0            0             0               0            0                     0
              Sub-Total Southwest Div                       10,270        12,817          12,582        2,547                 2,312      109,290       129,758         114,614       20,468                 5,325
            Pacific Division
            Pacific Division                                11,452        15,540          14,117        4,088             2,665          123,682       161,210          135,370      37,528            11,688
            General Mgr Peninsula                            4,548         4,429           4,576         (119)               28           55,064        53,626           51,129      (1,438)           (3,935)
              Sub-Total Pacific Division                    16,000        19,968          18,693        3,969             2,693          178,746       214,836          186,499      36,090             7,753
            Chief Systems Operations                         4,858         5,113           5,390          256               533           49,466        51,893           51,813       2,427             2,347
            Chief Transp Officer                               664           744             759           80                95            8,969         9,526            8,811         558              (157)
              Sub-Total Transportation                     101,791       122,870         117,687       21,079            15,896        1,117,511     1,286,583        1,153,758     169,072            36,247
            Mechanical
            CMO Staff                                        3,054         4,008             460          954             (2,594)         31,886        44,870           5,696       12,984            (26,190)
            Deputy Chief Mech Off                              428           414           1,199          (13)               771           4,545         4,563          12,778           19              8,234
            Sr Dir Roll Stk Eng                                744           766             663           21                (82)         10,100        10,428           9,764          328               (336)
            Mast Mech Mid Atl Div                            5,643         5,687           5,094           44               (548)         60,838        60,119          57,988         (719)            (2,850)
            Master Mech-Central Div                          8,112         7,588           5,995         (524)            (2,116)         85,980        84,736          64,367       (1,243)           (21,613)
            West Coast Mast Mech                             5,753         5,916           5,088          162               (665)         63,680        61,202          58,241       (2,478)            (5,439)
            Sound Transit                                      660         1,186             538          526               (122)          6,965        12,533           6,960        5,569                 (4)
            New York/New Eng M Of E                          5,819         6,452           6,107          633                288          67,262        70,501          68,414        3,239              1,152




A - 4.10
            Supt-South                                       3,393         3,387           3,052           (6)              (341)         37,450        36,851          36,351         (599)            (1,100)
            Beech Grove Shop                                 2,745         1,464           1,088       (1,281)            (1,657)         17,148        16,166           6,606         (981)           (10,542)
            Bear Maint Of Equip                                204           180            (689)         (24)              (894)         (1,047)        2,085          (4,136)       3,132             (3,089)
            Wilmington Shops                                 1,840         2,624           2,171          784                331          29,414        29,693          25,058          279             (4,356)
            High Speed Rail Mechanical                       5,414         5,713           6,891          298              1,477          58,617        61,870          62,543        3,253              3,926
              Sub-Total Mechanical                          43,809        45,385          37,658        1,576             (6,151)        472,836       495,618         410,629       22,782            (62,207)
            Engineering
            Chief Engineer                                  14,895        12,310          10,853       (2,585)            (4,042)        183,370       165,094          157,238     (18,276)          (26,132)
            Engineering Reimbursable                         3,915         3,420           3,382         (494)              (532)         47,843        38,104           33,120      (9,739)          (14,723)
              Sub-Total Engineering                         18,810        15,730          14,235       (3,080)            (4,575)        231,213       203,198          190,358     (28,015)          (40,855)
              Sub-Total Operating Departments              165,856       185,377         171,102       19,522              5,246       1,836,661     2,001,013        1,771,436     164,352           (65,224)
           Amtrak Summary                                  287,356       308,646         291,432       21,290              4,076       3,190,826     3,322,153        3,075,187     131,327          (115,639)



           Note: Numbers may not add due to rounding.
                                                    National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                              Capital Program Expenditures Excluding Debt Service
                                                                     August 2009 YTD
                                                                        ($ thousands)

                                                          YTD           YTD                        FY09 Remaining Spend Plan + YTD     FY09
Department & Program                                     Actual      Authorized    Variance          Spend Plan        Actual        Authorized   Variance
Engineering
    Structures - Culvert                                      856         1,648             792               817           1,674         1,900         226
    Structures - Fence                                        679           667             (12)                37            716           725            9
    Structures – Interlocking Structures                      612           806             193               134             747           936         190
    Structures – M/E Facility                               3,104         3,542             438               249           3,353         4,077         724
    Structures – M/W Base                                   2,776         2,711             (66)              286           3,063         3,012         (50)
    Structures - Station                                   15,518        21,495           5,977             3,496          19,013        24,414       5,401
    Structures - Major Bridge Special Projects              7,174         7,399             225               423           7,597        24,263      16,666
    Structures – Trans Department Facility                  1,790         2,413             623               314           2,105         2,975         870
    Structures - Tunnel                                       325           397              71               -               325           400          75
    Structures – Retaining Wall                             3,479         3,167            (312)                43          3,522         3,525            2
    Deputy Chief Engineer Construction - Applications       7,905         9,404           1,499             3,640          11,545        11,290        (255)
    Deputy Chief Engineer Construction - Environmental        108            96             (12)                11            119           120            1
    Deputy Chief Engineer – Leasehold Improvements          3,563         3,133            (430)              512           4,075         3,869        (206)
    Communications & Signals- Abs Locations                 1,940         2,638             698               447           2,387         2,857         470
    Communications & Signals- Adv Civil Spd Enforc Sys        305           907             602                 30            335         1,000         665
    Communications & Signals – Cable Fiber                       5           25              20               -                  5           25          20
    Communications & Signals - Cetc                         7,753        14,489           6,736             5,072          12,825        15,989       3,165
    Communications & Signal – Interlocking-C&S              4,828         8,128           3,300             2,119           6,947         9,142       2,195
    Communications & Signals - Radio                          399           527             128               183             581           581           (0)
    Communications & Signals - Crossings                      544           896             352               121             665           965         301
    Electric Traction - Catenary                           21,236        26,934           5,698             3,624          24,861        29,975       5,114
    Electric Traction - Frequency Converters               11,098        10,093          (1,005)              173          11,272        12,741       1,469
    Electric Traction - Catenary Pole                       1,548         1,821             273               280           1,828         2,035         207
    Electric Traction - Signal Power                          790           946             156               225           1,015         1,149         134
    Electric Traction - Substations                         9,250        13,440           4,190             1,721          10,971        15,550       4,579
    Electric Traction - Transmission                        8,604         5,414          (3,190)                 8          8,612         9,050         438
    Track - Safety and Security                                  7          -                (7)              -                  7          -             (7)
    Track - Ballast                                         7,359         8,105             746             1,061           8,420         9,817       1,397
    Track - Drainage                                        2,553         1,804            (748)              167           2,720         2,100        (620)
    Track – Equipment-Roadway                              13,603        18,053           4,450            11,153          24,756        21,043      (3,713)
    Track – Fasteners                                            6          124             118                 56             62           142          80
    Track – Interlocking Renewal                           25,673        22,979          (2,694)            1,627          27,300        26,280      (1,020)
    Track - Rail                                           15,846        15,097            (749)            1,691          17,537        17,013        (524)
    Track – Wood/Concrete Crosstie/Timber                  54,393        42,751         (11,641)              667          55,059        47,695      (7,365)
    Track – Total Track Renewal/Construction                5,243         7,724           2,481             1,220           6,463         9,523       3,059
    Track – Track Laying System                            38,520        35,072          (3,448)           10,000          48,520        42,800      (5,720)
    Track - Turnouts                                        5,817         9,327           3,510             2,621           8,437        10,841       2,404
    Track - Geometry                                       11,499        12,335             835             1,268          12,767        14,010       1,243
    Track – Crossings-Road                                    217           231              15                 20            236           250          14
    Life Safety – 1St Avenue Construction                   8,143        21,878          13,735             7,444          15,587        26,954      11,367
    Life Safety – Lic Ventilation Construction              9,398        17,984           8,586               970          10,368        21,749      11,380
    Life Safety – Misc Design & Construction Project        1,140         2,316           1,176               590           1,731         2,575         844
    Life Safety – Standpipe Installation                        14        5,614           5,601               -                 14        7,486       7,472
    Structures – Movable Bridge-Movable Span                7,934         8,547             613               709           8,642         9,790       1,147
    Structures – Undergrade–Fixed Bridge                   14,013        18,976           4,963             5,306          19,318        20,782       1,464
    Structures – Special Project 2                          2,659         2,997             337               181           2,841         3,000         159
    Structures – Sunnyside Yard New Mechanical Facilit      5,079         5,442             363             1,007           6,085         6,000         (85)
    Structures – Bridge Ties                                1,098         1,495             397               454           1,552         1,565          13
    Wilmington Station Restoration                          4,330         4,675             345               466           4,796         5,717         921
    Other                                                     -             -                 0               -               -             -           -
Engineering Total                                         351,447       407,325          55,877            72,671         424,119       490,579      66,460

Mechanical
   Amfleet Programs                                        60,811        63,287          2,476              7,882          68,693        69,404          710
   Locomotives                                             21,114        25,031          3,917              4,364          25,479        26,709        1,230
   Superliners                                             27,247        28,151            904              2,655          29,902        30,676          774
   Acquisitions                                               -             350            350                -               -             400          400
   Heritage Programs                                        3,816         2,632         (1,184)             1,479           5,295         2,796       (2,499)
   Facility Improvements                                    8,130         9,971          1,841              1,919          10,049        10,700          651
   Mechanical It Projects                                   2,507         3,731          1,224              1,158           3,665         4,085          420
   Horizon/Surfliner Programs                              13,664        14,104            440              1,470          15,134        15,387          253
   Non Passenger Equipment                                  5,884         5,563           (321)               410           6,294         5,841         (453)
   Viewliner Programs                                       6,920         7,961          1,042              1,387           8,307         8,307           (0)
   Talgo Programs                                             684         1,600            916                226             910         1,910        1,000
   Acela Programs                                          16,701        17,065            364              1,517          18,217        19,615        1,397
   General Safety & Reliability                             6,713         9,035          2,322              3,169           9,883        10,300          417
   Mandatory Projects                                       2,492         2,700            208                259           2,751         2,900          149
   Equipment Engineering & Design                             154           131            (23)               -               154           155            1
   Other                                                      -             -              -                  -               -             -             (0)
Mechanical Total                                          176,837       191,311         14,474             27,896         204,732       209,184        4,452

Environmental
    Environmental Risk Reduction                              657           784            127                371           1,027           961         (66)
    Environmental Remediation Program                       3,883         5,162          1,279                986           4,868         5,920       1,051
    Future Remediation                                        -             -              -                  -               -             -           -
    Safety Program                                            475           870            394                566           1,041         1,041           0
Environmental Total                                         5,014         6,815          1,801              1,922           6,937         7,922         985




                                                                        A - 4.11
                                                   National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                             Capital Program Expenditures Excluding Debt Service
                                                                      August 2009 YTD
                                                                         ($ thousands)

                                                         YTD             YTD                          FY09 Remaining Spend Plan + YTD     FY09
Department & Program                                    Actual        Authorized    Variance            Spend Plan        Actual        Authorized   Variance

Police and Security
     Safety & Security Program                            12,939          24,088          11,150               1,610          14,549        27,086      12,538
Safety & Security Total                                   12,939          24,088          11,150               1,610          14,549        27,086      12,538

Human Resources
   Pension Administration System                                 45           45               -                 -                45            45          -
Human Resources Total                                            45           45               -                 -                45            45          -

Transportation / Operations
    Station / Facility / Support Vehicles                  1,788           4,223           2,434               1,107           2,896         4,808       1,913
    Technology/ System Upgrade                             1,170           1,287             117                 377           1,547         1,827         280
Transportation Total                                       2,958           5,510           2,552               1,484           4,443         6,635       2,192

Finance & Treasury
    Financial Management                                   3,004           3,004               0                -              3,004         3,004           0
    Technology/ System Upgrades/Credit Card Terminals      1,077           2,335           1,257                288            1,365         2,410       1,045
Finance & Treasury Total                                   4,081           5,339           1,257                288            4,369         5,414       1,045

Amtrak Technologies Total
    Technology/ System Upgrade                            48,374          61,852          13,477              20,832          69,206        72,134       2,928
Amtrak Technologies Total                                 48,374          61,852          13,477              20,832          69,206        72,134       2,928

Procurement
    Procurement Equipment Purchase/Replacement               214             149               (65)                  17          231           229            (2)
    Procurement Facility Improvement Program                 -               -                 -                 -               -             -            -
    Procurement Technology Program                           114             100               (14)                  40          154           100          (54)
Procurement Total                                            329             249               (80)                  57          386           329          (57)

Real Estate Total
    Station / Facility Development                         1,178           1,691             513                345            1,523         2,031         508
Real Estate Total                                          1,178           1,691             513                345            1,523         2,031         508

Contract Administration
    Existing Partnership Agreements                        1,533           7,145           5,612                200            1,733         8,009       6,276
Contract Administration Total                              1,533           7,145           5,612                200            1,733         8,009       6,276

Marketing & Sales
    Technology / System Upgrade                           19,813          22,020           2,207               4,320          24,133        24,845         712
    Infrastructure                                           -               -               -                   -               -             -           -
    Other                                                    -               -                 (0)               -               -             -             0
Marketing & Sales Total                                   19,813          22,020           2,207               4,320          24,133        24,845         712



Departmental Total                                      624,550         733,391          108,841            131,625          756,175      854,213       98,038

Totals with All Adjustments                             624,550         733,391          108,841            131,625          756,175      854,213       98,038

     Capital Projects (PRJ)                               77,011          42,451          (34,561)               -            77,011        46,591      (30,420)


Totals Excluding PRJ                                    547,539         690,940          143,401            131,625          679,164      807,622     128,458

By Funding Source
    Federal Grants                                       516,550         570,303          53,753            109,084          625,634       665,829      40,195
    FRA                                                    4,029           5,187           1,157                198            4,227         6,900       2,672
    Internal                                                   75            486             411                169              244           760         516
    State, Local and Private                              64,227         101,896          37,669             14,226           78,453       120,023      41,570
    Homeland Security                                     11,284          19,844           8,560              1,178           12,462        22,002       9,540
    Managerial Cost Accounting System                      4,747           4,677             (70)               -              4,747         4,677         (70)
    Efficiency Incentive Grant                            17,546          24,240           6,694              5,763           23,310        26,596       3,286
    100% MTA_ESA                                           5,079           5,442             363              1,007            6,085         6,000         (85)
    100% California                                        1,013           1,215             203                -              1,013         1,325         312
    Road Baltimore Bolton Yard - Access Improvements         -               100             100                -                -             100         100
Total by Funding Source                                  624,550         733,391         108,841            131,625          756,175       854,213      98,038

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                                                                         A - 4.12
                                                         National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                               ARRA Program Expenditures*
                                                                          August 2009 YTD
                                                                              ($ thousands)
                                                                 YTD             YTD                          Remaining     Spend Plan + YTD      Total
Department & Program                                            Actual        Authorized      Variance       Spend Plan*        Actual*        Authorized*   Variance
Engineering
    Security and Life Safety
        Ny Division - Metuchen Frequency Converter                      2            -                (2)          14,998             15,000        15,000         -
        System Transmission Nec - Metuchen Frequency Stabi              4             80              76            1,496              1,500         1,500         -
        Jericho Park Converter Station Refurbishment                   61          1,350           1,289            6,439              6,500         6,500         -
        Ivy City Substation And Transmission Line Improvem           173           2,250           2,077           19,827             20,000        20,000         -
        Install Redundant Communication Cable                        -             1,060           1,060           10,000             10,000        10,000         -
        Fiber Optic Cable - Michigan Line                               0          2,273           2,272            4,500              4,500         4,500         -
        Redundant Cable To Substations                               490             110            (380)           2,510              3,000         3,000         -
        Was To New York-60Hz Sig Pwr Backup Installation                1          1,365           1,364            9,999             10,000        10,000             (0)
        New England Div-60Hz Sig Pwr Backup Installation             515             205            (310)           2,985              3,500         3,500         -
        Redundant Radiating Cable In Ny Tunnels                      385              15            (370)           5,715              6,100         6,100         -
        Redundant Radiating Cable In Baltimore Tunnels                 52             15             (37)           2,548              2,600         2,600         -
        Washington To New York - Acses Installation Waysid           281           2,714           2,433           39,719             40,000        40,000         -
        Ny Fire Standpipe System                                       33          4,116           4,083           39,967             40,000        40,000         -
        Ny Penn Station Fire Alarm System                              55          1,013             958            9,945             10,000        10,000         -
        Mid-Atlantic Div-Signal Brg Fall Protection Inst                3            500             497            4,997              5,000         5,000         -
        Improvements To Platform Lighting - Nec Stations                6            700             694            9,994             10,000        10,000         -
        Emergency Back Up Power - Stations                              7            150             143            4,023              4,030         4,030         -
        Emergency Backup Power For Ny Tunnels                           3             15              12            5,997              6,000         6,000         -
        Michigan Line - Acses Installation Wayside                      2            500             498           19,998             20,000        20,000         -
    Non-Security and Life Safety                                                                                                         -             -
        Hialeah, Fl - Construct Maintenance Facility                     26        1,567           1,540           24,974             25,000        25,000         -
        Wilmington, De - Station Restoration                         -               390             390           20,000             20,000        20,000         -
        Niantic River - Bridge Replacement                               4         1,000             996           67,496             67,500        67,500         -
        New England Division - Facility Upgrades                         0             10               9           2,089              2,089         2,089         -
        Mid-Atlantic Division - Facility Upgrades                    -               103             103            1,640              1,640         1,640             (0)
        West Division - Facility Upgrades                            -                 48              48             664                664           664              0
        Central Division - Facility Upgrades                         -                 84              84           6,268              6,268         6,268         -
        Southeast - Facility Upgrades                                -               170             170            2,425              2,425         2,425             (0)
        New York Division - Facility Upgrades                        -                 39              39             556                556           556         -
        Fall Protection Upgrades - Facilities                        -               -               -              2,000              2,000         2,000         -
        Perryville M/W Base - Sanitary Sewer Line                        10          400             390              990              1,000         1,000         -
        New England Division Spine - Station Upgrades                     2            27              25           1,698              1,700         1,700         -
        Mid-Atlantic Division - Station Upgrades                          1            23              22             509                510           510         -
        West Division - Station Upgrades                                 10          416             406            5,405              5,415         5,415         -
        Central Division - Station Upgrades                               7          143             136            2,783              2,790         2,790              0
        Southeast - Station Upgrades                                      2            44              42             733                735           735         -
        New York Division Nonspine - Station Upgrades                     1          139             138            1,699              1,700         1,700         -
        Washington Union Station-High Level Platform Repla           -               -               -             10,000             10,000        10,000         -
        Ct124.09 Thames River - Paint Fixed Span                         10            69              59          15,990             16,000        16,000             (0)
        De027.00 Orange Street - Replace Superstructure                   0          -                 (0)          5,000              5,000         5,000         -
        Ny015.73 Pelham Bay- Concrete Pile Rehab                         10          -               (10)           9,990             10,000        10,000             (0)
        Sanford, Fl - Station Restoration                            -               457             457           10,000             10,000        10,000         -
        Penn Station New York - Service Building Upgr                  63            268             205           15,937             16,000        16,000         -
        Lamokin - Frequency Converter Replacement                      66          6,400           6,334           59,934             60,000        60,000         -
        Transmission Line Replacement                                127             327             200           29,873             30,000        30,000         -
        Mid-Atlantic Div North - Substation Transformer/Rt           748           1,086             338            5,053              5,801         5,801              0
        Mid-Atlantic Div South - Substation Transformer/Rt           655             225            (430)          10,684             11,339        11,339         -
        New York Division - Substation Transformer Repl                 1              50              49           5,032              5,033         5,033         -
        Chicago Yard - Switch Heater Repl/Remote Control               77            405             328            9,923             10,000        10,000         -
        Chicago, Il - Replace Dispatch System                        168             235               67           2,832              3,000         3,000         -
        New England Division - Concrete Tie Replacement              -               -               -             50,000             50,000        50,000         -
        Central Division - Wood Tie Replacement                         4          1,000             996           49,796             49,800        49,800         -
        New England Division - Right Of Way Improvements               96            797             701            7,604              7,700         7,700              0
        Mid-Atlantic Division - Right Of Way Improvements              60            854             794            8,840              8,900         8,900         -
        New York Division - Right Of Way Improvements                144             548             404            5,256              5,400         5,400         -
        Pa094.74 Union Street - Replace Superstructure                 28            -               (28)           4,972              5,000         5,000         -
        New England Division Nonspine- Station Upgrades                 0            150             150              600                600           600         -
        South Hampton St Yard - Drop Table Building                  -                 83              83          18,000             18,000        18,000             (0)
        South Hampton St Yard - Overhead Doors/Crtl Upgrs            -                  7               7           1,500              1,500         1,500         -
        Ivy City Service & Inspection Blding - Roof Replac              7            440             432            6,993              7,000         7,000             (0)
        Ivy City - Tk 23 Inspection Pit Platform Replaceme           -               126             126            2,000              2,000         2,000              0
        Ivy City S&I Blding - Kirk Key Interlocking Safety             38              63              25             962              1,000         1,000             (0)
        Penn Coach Yard - Water/Compressed Air Pipe Replac           -                 63              63           1,000              1,000         1,000             (0)
        Sunnsyside Yard Ny - Service Platforms Improvement           -               561             561            8,000              8,000         8,000         -
        Mid-Atlantic Division - Facility Upgrades                      23            400             377            1,177              1,200         1,200         -
        Los Angeles, Ca - Construct Maintenance Facility               30          1,567           1,536           24,970             25,000        25,000         -
        Miamicock - Bridge Replacement                                 73              30            (43)           6,927              7,000         7,000         -
        West Harbor - Bridge Replacement                               58              21            (37)           4,942              5,000         5,000              0
        East Harbor - Bridge Replacement                               20              21               2           4,980              5,000         5,000              0
        River Rd - Replace Superstructure                              16               9              (8)          1,984              2,000         2,000             (0)
        Hellgate Bridge - Painting                                      3            -                 (3)          4,997              5,000         5,000         -
        Wood Street - Replace Superstructure                            7            -                 (7)          4,993              5,000         5,000         -
        Los Angeles Yard-Construct Wheel Truing Building             -               358             358            5,000              5,000         5,000         -
        Los Angeles Yard - Facility Improvements                     -               215             215            3,000              3,000         3,000             (0)
        Goleta, Ca Layover Facility - Car Wash Improvement           -               107             107            1,500              1,500         1,500             (0)
        Los Angeles Yard - Emergency Power Backup System             -                 72              72           1,000              1,000         1,000             (0)
        Chicago, Il - Service & Inspection Blding Expansio           -               267             267           20,000             20,000        20,000         -
        Chicago, Il - 14Th St Yard Car Wash Replacement              -                 80              80           6,000              6,000         6,000              0
        Chicago Yard - Electrical Distribution Upgrade               -                 22              22           1,650              1,650         1,650              0
        Chicago 12Th St S&I Building - Upgrade Toilet Dump           -                 20              20           1,500              1,500         1,500             (0)



                                                                              A - 4.13
                                                       National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                             ARRA Program Expenditures*
                                                                       August 2009 YTD
                                                                           ($ thousands)
                                                               YTD            YTD                         Remaining     Spend Plan + YTD      Total
Department & Program                                          Actual       Authorized      Variance      Spend Plan*        Actual*        Authorized*   Variance
       Chicago 14Th/16Th St Yard-Compressed Air Improveme          -                13              13          1,000              1,000         1,000          -
       Chicago 16Th Locomotive Shop - Roof Replacement             -                13              13          1,000              1,000         1,000          -
       Hialeah, Fl-Substation/Electrical/Tk Side Utility           -              560             560           8,008              8,008         8,008              0
       Sanford, Fl - Welfare Facility Expansion/Upgrades           -                70              70          1,000              1,000         1,000              0
       30Th Street Station - 2Nd Floor Roof Renewal                    3            61              58          1,347              1,350         1,350          -
       Connlesville, Pa - Ada Platform Upgrade                     -                56              56          1,250              1,250         1,250          -
       Texarkana, Ar - Ada Platform Upgrade                        -                96              96          1,250              1,250         1,250          -
       Trinidad, Co - Ada Platform Upgrade                             0            96              96          1,250              1,250         1,250          -
       Winnwmucca, Nv - Ada Platform Upgrade                       -                96              96          1,250              1,250         1,250          -
       Alliance, Oh - Ada Platform Upgrade                         -                77              77          1,500              1,500         1,500          -
       Tampa, Fl - Canopy Restoration/Ada Platform Upgr            -                96              96          1,600              1,600         1,600          -
       Okeechobee, Fl - Ada Platform Upgrade                       -                81              81          1,350              1,350         1,350               0
       Penn Station New York - Ada Bathroom Upgrade                -                81              81          1,000              1,000         1,000              (0)
       Beaumont, Tx - Ada Platform Upgrade                         -                96              96          1,250              1,250         1,250          -
       Replace/Repair Façade At 30Th St Station                    -              -               -            20,000             20,000        20,000          -
       Washington To Boston - Demolition Of Abandoned Str          -              -               -             4,500              4,500         4,500          -
       Ivy City - Administration Office Hvac Duct Work Up          -              -               -                30                 30            30          -
       New York Division - Radio System Improvements               -              -               -             1,900              1,900         1,900          -
       Penn Station Ny - Upgrade Communications Safety St          -              -               -             2,500              2,500         2,500          -
       Positive Train Ctrl Equipment Development/Implemen          -              -               -             5,000              5,000         5,000          -
       South Hampton St Yard - Fire Alarm Upgrades                 -              -               -               500                500           500          -
       Harrisburg Line-Signal Brg Fall Protection Install          -              -               -             1,700              1,700         1,700          -
       New York Division - Signal Bridge Fall Protection           -              -               -             1,700              1,700         1,700          -
       New England Division – Mofw Base Security Upgrades          -              -               -               500                500           500          -
       Mid-Atlantic Div North Non-Nec-Substation Transfor          -              529             529           2,827              2,827         2,827          -
        Other                                                      -              -               -               -                  -             -                (0)
Engineering Total                                                4,674         42,455          37,781         873,186            877,860       877,860              (0)

Mechanical
   Security and Life Safety
       Mechanical                                                  -              -               -               -                  -             -            -
   Non-Security and Life Safety
       Return To Service Long Distance Cars                      2,297          3,718           1,420          17,003             19,300        19,300           (0)
       Return To Service Amfleet Cars                            1,780         11,472           9,692          56,720             58,500        58,500           (0)
       Return To Service Diesel Locomotives                      2,463          2,467               3          15,137             17,600        13,000       (4,600)
       Other                                                       -              -                 0             -                  -               0            0
Mechanical Total                                                 6,541         17,656          11,116          88,859             95,400        90,800       (4,600)

Environmental
    Security and Life Safety
        Environmental                                              -              -               -               -                  -             -            -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Environmental                                              -              -               -               -                  -             -            -
        Other                                                      -              -               -               -                  -             -            -
Environmental Total                                                -              -               -               -                  -             -            -




                                                                           A - 4.14
                                                         National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                               ARRA Program Expenditures*
                                                                          August 2009 YTD
                                                                              ($ thousands)
                                                                 YTD             YTD                         Remaining     Spend Plan + YTD      Total
Department & Program                                            Actual        Authorized      Variance      Spend Plan*        Actual*        Authorized*   Variance

Police and Security
     Security and Life Safety
         Infrastructure Program Personnel Support                        19          786             767           7,841              7,859         7,859             (0)
         Police Equipment Modernization                                   2          -                (2)          5,173              5,175         5,175              0
         New York Penn Station (Ny)                                  -                 79             79           1,500              1,500         1,500         -
         Washington Union Station (Dc)                               -                 66             66           1,250              1,250         1,250         -
         Philadelphia 30Th St. Station (Pa)                          -                 53             53           1,000              1,000         1,000         -
         Boston South Station (Ma)                                   -               251             251           2,875              2,875         2,875         -
         Baltimore Penn Station (Md)                                 -               168             168             800                800           800         -
         Wilmington, De Station (De)                                 -               219             219           1,775              1,775         1,775         -
         Harrisburg Station (Pa)                                     -               283             283           2,525              2,525         2,525         -
         Newark Station (Nj)                                         -               162             162           2,290              2,290         2,290         -
         Albany Station (Ny)                                         -               160             160           2,265              2,265         2,265         -
         Providence, Ri Station (Ri)                                 -               304             304           2,865              2,865         2,865         -
         Bwi Rail Station (Md)                                       -               179             179           2,615              2,615         2,615         -
         New Carrollton, Md Station (Md)                             -               179             179           2,615              2,615         2,615         -
         New Haven Station (Ct)                                      -               142             142           2,250              2,250         2,250         -
         Route 128 Station (Ma)                                      -               168             168           2,415              2,415         2,415         -
         Penn Station Ctec (Ny)                                      -                 33             33             325                325           325         -
         Wilmington/Cnoc Ctec (De)                                   -                 33             33             325                325           325         -
         Boston Ctec (Pa)                                            -                 33             33             325                325           325         -
         Philadelphia Ctec (Pa)                                      -                 33             33             325                325           325         -
         Bear Shops Maintenance Facility (De)                        -                 96             96             480                480           480         -
         Wilmington Shops Maintenance Facility (De)                  -                 61             61             605                605           605         -
         Traction Power Phila Office (Pa)                            -                 65             65             325                325           325         -
         Parcel G New Haven Maintenance Facility (Ct)                -               116             116           1,155              1,155         1,155         -
         Penn Coach Maintenance Facility (Pa)                        -                 54             54           1,030              1,030         1,030         -
         Rensselaer Maintenance Facility (Ny)                        -               118             118           1,180              1,180         1,180         -
         South Hampton Maintenance Facility (Ma)                     -               113             113           1,130              1,130         1,130         -
         Ivy City (Dc)                                               -                 28             28             530                530           530         -
         Sunnyside Maintenance Yard (Ny)                             -                 27             27             505                505           505         -
         Portal Bridge (Hackensack) (Nj)                             -               130             130           1,295              1,295         1,295         -
         Passaic River Dock Bridge (Nj)                              -               130             130           1,295              1,295         1,295         -
         New York Hellgate Bridge (Ny)                               -               130             130           1,295              1,295         1,295         -
         Thames River Bridge (Ct)                                    -                 23             23             225                225           225         -
         Ny Pelham Bay Bridge (Ny)                                   -               130             130           1,295              1,295         1,295         -
         Md Susquehanna River (Md)                                   -                 23             23             225                225           225         -
         Ct River Bridge (Ct)                                        -               183             183           1,345              1,345         1,345         -
         Niantic River Bridge (Ct)                                   -               130             130           1,295              1,295         1,295         -
         Shaws Cove Bridge (Ct)                                      -               110             110           1,095              1,095         1,095         -
         Mystic River Bridge (Ct)                                    -                 80             80             800                800           800         -
         Md Bush River Bridge (Md)                                   -                 55             55             545                545           545         -
         Md Gunpowder River Bridge (Md)                              -               152             152           1,520              1,520         1,520         -
         Ny Spuyten Duyvil Bridge (Ny)                               -               258             258           1,575              1,575         1,575         -
         Baltimore B& P Tunnel (Md)                                  -                 30             30             300                300           300         -
         Baltimore New Union Tunnel (Md)                             -                 30             30             300                300           300         -
         Baltimore Old Union Tunnel (Md)                             -               155             155           1,550              1,550         1,550         -
         Empire Tunnel (Ny)                                          -               130             130           1,300              1,300         1,300         -
         Train Set (Nec)                                             -               130             130             475                475           475         -
         Pantheon – An Advanced Technology Rail Corridor Pr          -             1,421           1,421          27,000             27,000        27,000         -
         Enhanced Employees Identification Cards (Hspd12)            -               263             263           5,000              5,000         5,000         -
         Fido Explosive Detectors Sensors                            -                 11             11             200                200           200         -
         Canine Teams/Training                                       -               300             300           3,000              3,000         3,000         -
         Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (Scada) S              3           316             313           5,997              6,000         6,000              0
         Amtrak Ossso Secure Network And Incident Managemen          -               526             526          10,000             10,000        10,000         -
         Virtual Fence                                               -             2,684           2,684          51,000             51,000        51,000         -
         Chicago Union Station (Il)                                  -               229             229           1,550              1,550         1,550         -
         Milwaukee Station (Wi)                                      -               230             230           2,465              2,465         2,465         -
         Minneapolis St. Paul Station (Mn)                           -               230             230           2,465              2,465         2,465         -
         Chicago Maintenance Facility (Il)                           -               143             143           1,430              1,430         1,430         -
         South Branch Chicago River Bridge (Il)                      -               113             113           1,125              1,125         1,125         -
         Los Angeles Station (Ca)                                    -               251             251           2,875              2,875         2,875         -
         San Diego Station (Ca)                                      -               233             233           2,525              2,525         2,525         -
         Sacramento Station (Ca)                                     -               261             261           2,490              2,490         2,490         -
         San Jose Station (Ca)                                       -               239             239           2,390              2,390         2,390         -
         Seattle Station (Wa)                                        -               409             409           3,090              3,090         3,090         -
         Fullerton Station (Ca)                                      -               336             336           2,590              2,590         2,590         -
         Portland Station (Or)                                       -                 89             89             890                890           890         -
     Non-Security and Life Safety
         Office Of Security Strategy & Special Ops                   -               -               -               -                  -             -           -
         Other                                                       -               -               -               -                  -             -           -
Safety & Security Total                                                  23       14,292          14,268         196,106            196,129       196,129             (0)




                                                                              A - 4.15
                                                             National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                                   ARRA Program Expenditures*
                                                                              August 2009 YTD
                                                                                  ($ thousands)
                                                                     YTD             YTD                         Remaining     Spend Plan + YTD      Total
Department & Program                                                Actual        Authorized      Variance      Spend Plan*        Actual*        Authorized*   Variance

Human Resources
   Security and Life Safety
       Human Resources                                                   -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
   Non-Security and Life Safety
       Human Resources                                                   -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
Human Resources Total                                                    -               -               -               -                  -             -            -

Transportation / Operations
    Security and Life Safety
        Transportation                                                   -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Automated External Defibrillators - Purchase And D               -               -               -              750                750            750          -
        Other                                                            -               -               -              -                  -              -            -
Transportation Total                                                     -               -               -              750                750            750          -

Finance & Treasury
    Security and Life Safety
        Program Administration - Security & Life Safety                  -             3,091           3,091          18,492             18,492        19,628       1,135
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Program Administration - Non Security & Life Safet               862           6,136           5,274          36,086             36,947        35,812       (1,135)
        Other                                                            -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
Finance & Treasury Total                                                 862           9,227           8,365          54,578             55,439        55,439            (0)

Amtrak Technologies Total
   Security and Life Safety
        Amtrak Technologies                                              -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
   Non-Security and Life Safety
        Wireless Access Points For Field Operations (Nec)                  4             261             257           1,820              1,824         1,824          -
        Wireless Access Points For Field Operations (Non N                 6             407             401           2,846              2,852         2,852          -
        Employee Information Management Program - Phase 3                458           3,600           3,142           8,942              9,400         9,400              (0)
        Enterprise Data Access And Availability                        3,088           4,023             935           6,912             10,000        10,000              (0)
        Business Intelligence Reporting And Analysis                       0               76              76          5,000              5,000         5,000              (0)
        Single Sign On And Certificate And Key Management                -                 50              50          3,700              3,700         3,700          -
        Enterprise Document Content Management And Collabo               -                 60              60          3,150              3,150         3,150          -
        Other                                                            -               -               -               -                  -             -                (0)
Amtrak Technologies Total                                              3,556           8,477           4,921          32,370             35,926        35,926              (0)

Procurement
    Security and Life Safety
        Procurement                                                      -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Procurement Sourcing And Contracts System (Ariba)                111             261             150            940               1,050         1,050           (0)
        Vending Machines                                                 -               -               -              -                   -           1,000       1,000
        Other                                                            -               -               -              -                   -             -           -
Procurement Total                                                        111             261             150            940               1,050         2,050       1,000

Real Estate Total
    Security and Life Safety
         Law - Real Estate                                               -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
         Law - Real Estate                                               -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
Real Estate Total                                                        -               -               -               -                  -             -            -

Contract Administration
    Security and Life Safety
        Contract Administration                                          -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Mobility First - Nec                                             -                 57              57            451                451           451          -
        Mobility First Non-Nec                                               24        3,180           3,157          14,434             14,457        14,549              92
        Other                                                            -               -               -               -                  -             -            -
Contract Administration Total                                                24        3,237           3,214          14,885             14,908        15,000              92




                                                                                  A - 4.16
                                                              National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                                    ARRA Program Expenditures*
                                                                                   August 2009 YTD
                                                                                      ($ thousands)
                                                                          YTD            YTD                             Remaining      Spend Plan + YTD      Total
Department & Program                                                     Actual       Authorized        Variance        Spend Plan*         Actual*        Authorized*   Variance

Marketing & Sales
    Security and Life Safety
        Marketing And Product Management                                       -               -                 -                  -                -             -           -
    Non-Security and Life Safety
        Passenger Information Display System (Pids) For St                     217          1,175               958             2,283              2,500         2,500           (0)
        Relaunch Amtrak.Com And Supporting Systems                           1,010          1,095                 85            2,390              3,400         3,400            0
        Locomotive Communications And Camera Project                           -              530               530               -                  -           1,400       1,400
        Purchase Tow Tractors For Commissaries                                 -              -                 -                 -                  -             360         360
        Voice Response Unit Enhancements/Initiative                               1           -                   (1)             999              1,000         1,000           (0)
        Static Signs For Stations In The Northeast Corrido                        0           -                   (0)             491                491           491            0
        Static Signs For Stations Outside Of The Northeast                       37             44                 7            1,472              1,509         1,509            0
        Other                                                                  -              -                 -                 -                  -             -           -
Marketing & Sales Total                                                      1,265          2,844             1,579             7,635              8,900        10,660       1,760

Departmental Total                                                         17,055         98,449            81,394         1,269,309          1,286,364     1,284,615       (1,749)

        Economic Stimulus Projects (PRJ)                                     1,676         13,561            11,885             2,199              3,875        91,998      88,123


Totals Excluding PRJ                                                       15,379         84,888            69,509         1,267,109          1,282,489     1,192,617      (89,872)

        * Program expenditures reflect total program spending through FY11 and exclude the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
        BOLD Numbers are subtotals




                                                                                      A - 4.17
                                                                                                                CHIEF MECHANICAL OFFICER
                                                                                                                 FY 09 PRODUCTION REPORT




                                                                                                                                           Variance     % Variance    % YTD
                                                                                                  Actuals     Plan YTD     Actuals YTD   Actuals YTD   Actuals YTD   Actuals to
               PROJECT #                      PROJECT NAME                 FY09 Plan   Plan AUG    AUG      through AUG   through AUG    to Plan YTD   to Plan YTD   FY09 Plan    Units Completed - August                  August Comments
                20047439                                                      8           0         0           8             8              0            100%         100%
                20057408       Amfleet I Coach Overhaul Level 3               24          2         4           22            24             2            109%         100%       21267/82768, 44968/82767, Ahead of schedule and planning to release
                                                                                                                                                                                  21701/82763, 21926/82770 more cars in Sept. 09 to meet goal for Level 3's
                                                                                                                                                                                                             by end of fiscal year.
                20057423       Amfleet II Coach Overhaul Level 3              36          3         4           33            26             (7)          79%          72%        25017, 25070, 25082, 25062 Amtrak Procurement failed to submit P.O. for
                                                                                                                                                                                                             long-lead toilet modules which were late in
                                                                                                                                                                                                             arriving. We intend to make production on
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Level 3's by end of fiscal year.
                20057424       Amfleet II Lounge Conversion                    7          0         0            6             5             (1)          83%          71%                                    Lounge Conversion was delayed due to
                                                                                                                                                                                                              unplanned work. Project may fall short by 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                              car by year end.
                20082564       Amfleet I Coach Overhaul Level 1               66          6         6           60            65             5            108%         98%        82598, 82592, 82593, 82596, Focus on process changes and production
                                                                                                                                                                                     44721/82774, 82601       improvements have increased efficiency.
                20082565       Amfleet I Café/Club Overhaul Level 1           20          1         1           19            20             1            105%         100%                 48140             Focus on process changes and production
                                                                                                                                                                                                              improvements have increased efficiency.
                20097417       Cab Car Overhaul                                5          1         1            5             4             (1)          80%          80%                   9641             Cab car was delayed due to unplanned work.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Project will be completed by year end.

                CAPITAL        TOTAL BEAR                                     166         13        16          153           152            (1)          99%          92%
              Bear Stimulus
                29110052       Return To Service Amfleet Cars                  4          1         0            2             1             (1)          50%          25%                                    Plan to release 2 cars in Sept 09.
                20037429       Superliner I Sleeper Overhaul - Level 3         2          0         0            0             0              0           0%           0%

                20037434       Superliner II Sleeper Overhaul                 16          2         3           15            16              1           107%         100%              32091, 32071
                20037435       Superliner II Lounge Overhaul                  5           0         0           5             4              (1)          80%          80%                                    Unit 33033 arrived 7/20 due out early August
                                                                                                                                                                                                              09.
                20037436       Superliner II Coach Overhaul                   3           0         0           3              3              0           100%         100%
                20037437       Superliner II Diner Overhaul                   7           0         1           6              7              1           117%         100%                 38055             Unit 38051 completed in Sanford.
                20037438       Superliner II Trans Sleeper Dorm Overhaul      10          0         0           10             7             (3)          70%          70%                                    Unit 39033 arrived 8/1, unit 39035 arrived




A - 4.18
                                                                                                                                                                                                              8/29/09.
                20057418       Superliner I Lounge Overhaul                   6           0         1           5             5               0           100%         83%                  33002
                20057422       Superliner I Coach Overhaul                    27          2         3           24            24              0           100%         89%           34012, 34046, 34064
                20067417       Superliner I Diner Overhaul                    1           0         0           1             0              (1)           0%           0%                                    Unit 38000 released from wreck and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              undergoing overhaul.
                20079871       Superliner I Sleeper Overhaul                  16          1         1           16            13             (3)          81%          81%                  32013             Unit 32033(#15) arrived 7/24 will complete
                                                                                                                                                                                                              overhaul but needs 700 hours of wreck work-
                20079897       Superliner Coach Overhaul - California          3          0         0            3             3              0           100%         100%
                20097405       Horizon Coach Overhaul - Level 2               18          1         2           16            15             (1)           94%          83%           54067/54567, 54505      Units 54029,54509, and 54508 are in work.
                20097407       Horizon Café Overhaul                          10          1         1            9             7             (2)           78%          70%                 58104             Units 58106 and 58006 in work.
                20097404       Surfliner Coach Overhaul                        3          0         0           3              3              0           100%         100%
                20097410       Surfliner Cab Car Overhaul                      2          0         0           2              2              0           100%         100%
                20097413       Surfliner Custom Coach Overhaul                 4          0         0           4              4              0           100%         100%
                20097414       Surfliner Café Overhaul                         3          1         0           3              3              0           100%         100%
                20037428       Baggage Car Overhaul                           20          0         1           20            22              2           110%         110%                 1235              Working 3 FY10 cars to finish overhaul.
                20067411       Viewliner Sleeper - Overhaul                   16          2         1           15            13             (2)          87%          81%                  62004             Three cars in work to finish by end of fiscal
                                                                                                                                                                                                              year.
                20067420       Heritage Diner Overhaul                         7          0         1            7             7              0           100%         100%                  8532
                CAPITAL        TOTAL BEECH GROVE                              179         10        15          167           158            (9)          95%          88%
           Beech Grove Stimulus
                29110043       Return to Service Long Distance Cars            3          2         1            3             1             (2)          33%          33%                  33016             Cars stripped and awaiting shop space due to
                                                                                                                                                                                                              paint schedule.
                29110074       Return to Service Diesel Locomotives            2          2         0            2             0             (2)           0%           0%                                    No locomotives due to 11/09 due to material
                                                                                                                                                                                                              issues (Cab signals).
                               TOTAL BEECH GROVE Stimulus                      5          4         1            5             1             (4)          20%          20%
                20067402       AEM-7 AC Overhauls                              4          0         0            4             3             (1)          75%          75%                                    Locomotive 936 will move out in September
                                                                                                                                                                                                              09.
                CAPITAL      TOTAL WILMINGTON                                  4          0         0            4             3             (1)           75%         75%
                20097404     Surfliner Coach Overhaul: COT&S - West            4          0         0            4             4              0           100%         100%
                20097410     Surfliner Cab Car Overhaul: COT&S - West          3          0         0            3             3              0           100%         100%
                20067411     Viewliner Overhaul: COT&S - South                 3          0         0            3             3              0           100%         100%
                20097408     Auto Carrier Overhaul - South                    27          2         3           25            25              0           100%         93%             9244, 9234, 9237
           CAPITAL & PROJECT TOTAL DIVISIONS                                  37          2         3           35            35              0           100%         95%
                                                                                                                            CHIEF MECHANICAL OFFICER
                                                                                                                             FY 09 PRODUCTION REPORT




                                                                                                                                                          Variance       % Variance    % YTD
                                                                                                           Actuals        Plan YTD      Actuals YTD     Actuals YTD     Actuals YTD   Actuals to
               PROJECT #                       PROJECT NAME                 FY09 Plan     Plan AUG          AUG         through AUG    through AUG      to Plan YTD     to Plan YTD   FY09 Plan    Units Completed - August               August Comments
                20067405       Acela Interior Upgrades                          7               1             1              6               8               2             133%         114%              Trainset #17      Currently ahead of schedule by 2 trainsets,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            due to a more efficient work effort. By year end
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            we will have completed 8 trainsets verses the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            planned 7.
                20097425       Acela Power Car Modifications                   12               1             0             11               0              (11)            0%           0%                                 Planned for 5 Acela Power Cars Modifications -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Split Cheek Disc. Variance is due to project
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            being cancelled encountered clearance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            restraints between the wheel and gearbox.

                20097424       Acela Bistro Reconfiguration                     4               1             0              3               0              (3)             0%           0%                                    Project has been delayed; Prototype will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               built at our Bear facility and production will not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               start until FY10.
                CAPITAL        TOTAL HIGH SPEED RAIL                            23             3              1             20               8              (12)           40%          35%
                CAPITAL        TOTAL CMO                                       409             28             35            379             356             (23)           94%          87%
                CAPITAL        TOTAL CMO STIMULUS                               9              5              1              7               2               (1)           29%          11%
                               LCPM (events - not units):
                20097421       P-42 Locomotive Paint (Beech Grove)             26               2             2             23               24              1             104%         92%                  125, 55           One unit completed ahead of schedule.
                20097421       COT&S (Chicago)                                 34               1             2             32               33              1             103%         97%                  97, 28            Plan realigned to complete 2 events August,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               forecast adjusted 35.
                20097421       Air Compressor (Chicago)                        10               1             1             7                7               0             100%         70%                    12
                20097421       Engine Change (Chicago)                         26               3             3             23               22             (1)            96%          85%                114, 16, 14         Within schedule for current period. Forecast
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               adjusted to meet production goal.
                20097421       5 Year Truck (Chicago)                          50               4             6             46               52              6             113%         104%          115, 97, 28, 89, 16, 9   Forecast adjusted to complete 7 additional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               units in FY09.
                20097421       HVAC (Chicago)                                  50               4             3             46               45             (1)            98%          90%                 97, 28, 9          Unit 9 removed from February actuals due to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               work order being closed in error.
                20097421       Injectors (Chicago)                             88               7             5             80               74             (6)            93%          84%           131, 97, 61, 195, 187    One unit work in progress. One scheduled unit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               wrecked, one unit realigned to engine event
                20097421       Radiator Fans (Chicago)                         0                0             0              0               0               0             0%           0%
                20097421       Equipment Blowers (Chicago)                     0                0             0              0               0               0             0%           0%




A - 4.19
                20097421       Radiator Hatch (Chicago)                        10               1             1              7               6              (1)            86%          60%                    12              One unit work in progress, Forecast adjusted.

               PROJECT      TOTAL LCPM                                         294              23             23           264             263             (1)            100%         89%
               20097406     F-59 Head End Power Package                    $    697,107   $      58,089   $         -   $    638,985   $            -   $    638,985       100%          0%
               20097412     Low Emission Switcher Locomotive               $    300,000   $           -   $         -   $    300,000   $            -   $    300,000       100%          0%
               20097422     Heritage Equipment Acquisition Initiative      $ 10,000,000   $   2,000,000   $         -   $ 8,000,000    $            -   $ 8,000,000        100%           0%
               20082524     Auto Carrier Modification                      $ 1,000,000    $      75,000   $ 142,730     $ 1,000,000    $    1,794,161   $   (794,161)      -79%         179%
               20067401     Talgo Mods                                     $ 3,200,000    $     500,000   $     8,718   $ 2,700,000    $      684,147   $ 2,015,853         75%          21%
               20033116     Work Management System                         $ 1,260,000    $     105,000   $    88,773   $ 1,151,000    $      927,471   $    223,529        19%          74%
               20077400     Mech Point of Use Kiosk                        $    225,000   $           -   $         -   $    225,000   $       35,808   $    189,192        84%          16%
               20082507     Mobile Data Management                         $    450,000   $      35,000   $         -   $    405,000   $            -   $    405,000       100%           0%
               20082566     Locomotive Health Monitoring & Analysis System $ 2,150,000    $     200,000   $ 203,009     $ 1,950,000    $    1,544,116   $    405,884        21%         72%
               20077406     Locomotive Video Cameras/Train Com.            $ 7,800,000    $   1,040,000   $ 2,502,490   $ 6,860,000    $    6,605,541   $    254,459        4%          85%
               20082523     Cracked Wheel Detector                         $ 2,000,000    $     200,000   $     1,285   $ 1,800,000    $       94,848   $ 1,705,152         95%          5%
               20097423     Engineering Modification                       $ 1,000,000    $     125,000   $     1,547   $    875,000   $       12,739   $    862,261        99%          1%
               20047401     Car Mandatory                                  $ 1,150,000    $      60,000   $    26,603   $ 1,050,000    $      884,500   $    165,500        16%          77%
               20047402     Locomotive Mandatory                           $ 1,750,000    $     150,000   $    66,025   $ 1,650,000    $    1,607,202   $     42,798         3%          92%
               20097402     Design Level Replacement                       $    500,000   $      41,000   $         -   $    451,000   $      154,143   $    296,857        66%          31%
           TOTAL ENGINEERING & OTHER NON-PRODUCTION PROJECTS               $ 33,482,107   $   4,589,089   $ 3,041,180   $ 29,055,985   $   14,344,676   $ 14,711,309        51%          43%
               20047413     SI Running Repair - NY                         $ 1,800,000    $     286,257   $ 163,081     $ 1,762,587    $    1,254,344   $    508,243        29%          70%
               20047414     SI Running Repair-South                        $    700,000   $     100,000   $ 166,204     $    700,000   $      796,490   $    (96,490)      -14%         114%
               20047415     SI Running Repair-WAS                          $ 1,000,000    $     100,000   $    96,655   $    900,000   $      890,937   $       9,063        1%          89%
               20047416     SI Running Repair-Central                      $ 1,100,000    $      50,000   $    55,198   $ 1,050,000    $    1,167,916   $   (117,916)      -11%         106%
               20047417     SI Running Repair-West                         $    500,000   $      50,000   $    38,442   $    450,000   $      523,722   $    (73,722)      -16%         105%
               20047422     Wilmington Facility Improvements               $    950,000   $      79,166   $    52,688   $    870,834   $      516,009   $    354,825        41%         54%
               20047436     Beech Grove Shops Facility Improvement         $    300,000   $      25,000   $     4,688   $    275,000   $      197,689   $     77,311        28%          66%
               20047444     Bear Facility Improvements                     $    300,000   $      25,000   $         -   $    300,000   $      236,781   $     63,219        21%          79%
               20077401     High Speed Facility                            $ 2,450,000    $     245,834   $     6,522   $ 2,212,498    $    1,848,190   $    364,308        16%          75%
               20097415     Reliability Center Improvements                $ 1,000,000    $      75,000   $ (76,640)    $ 1,000,000    $      698,000   $    302,000        30%          70%
           TOTAL FACILITIES                                                $ 10,100,000   $   1,036,257   $ 506,838     $ 9,520,919    $    8,130,078   $ 1,390,841         15%          80%
                    Engineering Department
           FY09 Major Production Summary thru Aug09



                                                         FY09
                        Operation                        Actual
System Total
Surfacing (pass miles)                                    799.7
Wood Ties (each)                                         98,785
TLMs -Ties (each)                                        105,721
Holland Welder-(TLMs+RCO+rail gang) (each)                 736
Field Welding -Division & Production (each)               1680
Undercutting (track miles)                                0.89
Turnouts - SES (each)                                       23
Turnouts - DIVS (each)                                      22
Turnouts - Sys Prod (each)                                   2
Rail - (TLMs+HBG+Sys+CENTRAL Rail Gangs) (track miles)    10.5
Curve Patch Rail Divs (Track Miles)                       2.14
Rail Train-Pick Up (track miles)                           0.0
Rail Train- Unload (track miles)                           0.0
Slot Machine (miles) - NED+MAD+HBG                         4.5
Vac Trains MAD-NED NYD TLS (miles)                        21.8
Badger Ditcher (Pass miles)                               37.1
Shoulder Cleaner (track miles)                            168.7
Rail Grinding (pass miles)                                713.1
Switch Grinding (pass miles)                              407.6
Switch Grinding (each)                                     593
Bridge Decks Retimbered (each)                              4
Bridge Ties (each)                                         468
Bridge Converted to Ballast Deck (each)                     0
Bridge Converted to Ballast Deck (track feet)               0
Electric Catenary Hardware Renewed (miles)                29.7
ET Transformers (each)                                      12
ET Breakers (each)                                          21
Signal Cable Replaced (miles)                             13.3
Concrete System Tie Gang NED-NYD & MAD & SES (each)       8,760
Vac Train 3165 (miles) NY Tunnels                         0.89
NY Tunnels Install New Track Panels (miles)               0.69




                                A - 4.20
                                                                                        Cash Flow Forecast - Actual/Forecast
                                                                                          Available Operating Cash (GAAP)
                                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2009
                                                                                                     ($ Millions)

                                                                                                            Actual                                                                 Forecast           Full
                                                            Oct        Nov        Dec         Jan         Feb         Mar       Apr       May       June      July       Aug         Sept             Year

           Cash Flows From Operating Activities
            Total Revenue                                     206.3      204.6     208.5       180.3       175.8       195.6     193.9     191.0     198.9      207.1     198.6       197.0          2,357.7
            Total Expense                                    (282.0)    (264.6)   (298.8)     (310.9)     (269.3)     (309.8)   (288.8)   (267.4)   (307.2)    (304.6)   (287.4)     (314.1)        (3,504.9)
            Depreciation/OPEBS/State Capital/PRJs              47.3       46.1      50.4        52.0        51.6        56.9      51.5      49.5      71.4       69.8      52.8        71.7            671.1
                 Budget result                                (28.4)     (13.9)    (39.9)      (78.6)      (41.9)      (57.2)    (43.4)    (26.9)    (37.0)     (27.7)    (35.9)      (45.4)          (476.2)
           Changes in Assets and Liabilities
            Accounts Receivable                               (18.4)      (8.5)     12.6       (22.5)       (3.3)        2.1     41.1      (10.6)     13.7        7.5     (7.5)         3.1              9.4
            Materials and Supplies                              0.9       (0.8)     (1.7)       (0.0)       (1.9)       (7.7)    (5.1)      (2.8)      2.5        3.2      1.0          1.3            (11.2)
            Other Current Assets                                5.8        4.5      (5.8)      (12.7)       (3.2)       13.1     (1.0)      (0.8)     (4.8)      (4.6)     6.2          0.6             (2.6)
            Other Assets, Deposits, & Deferred Charges         (0.5)       0.2      13.0        (0.0)       (0.8)      (30.5)     3.3       (2.3)    (11.6)      17.0     (1.1)        (4.8)           (18.1)
            Accounts Payable                                  (65.9)      (6.7)     (6.0)       13.6         2.7        15.2      0.2      (18.5)     13.3        5.3     12.0         28.4             (6.5)
            Accrued Interest Payable                           (1.8)      11.1     (13.0)      (21.9)        9.5         3.2      3.6        9.8      (2.1)     (19.4)     8.5          3.8             (8.8)
            Other Accrued Expenses                              4.5       (0.2)    (37.4)        8.9       (35.4)      (11.3)     5.7     (144.1)     (4.0)      15.4     (2.7)        (3.2)          (203.8)
            Deferred Ticket Revenue                            (1.4)     (11.0)    (21.6)       (1.4)        8.6        12.1     (1.2)       0.5       2.4       (7.8)    (8.8)         7.1            (22.5)
            Deferred Gain on Sale/Leasebacks                   (1.2)      (1.2)     (1.3)       (1.2)       (1.2)       (1.2)    (1.0)      (1.0)     (1.0)      (1.0)    (1.0)        (1.0)           (13.4)
            Casualty and Other Reserves                        (0.2)       2.3       2.4         3.1         2.8         0.3     (3.2)       0.8      (0.5)      (2.2)    (0.7)       (26.7)           (21.8)
              Net change in assets and liabilities            (78.3)     (10.3)    (58.9)      (34.3)      (22.2)       (4.7)    42.5     (169.0)      7.9       13.4      6.0          8.6           (299.3)




A - 4.21
           Cash Flows From Investing Activities
           Capital Expenditure                                (44.1)     (41.8)    (45.1)      (46.6)      (50.8)      (54.7)    (57.1)    (57.3)    (72.2)     (73.1)    (81.6)     (120.9)          (745.5)
           3rd Party Contributions and Other                   20.8        1.4      18.6         1.3         1.1        16.0       4.9       5.6       8.0        8.7      20.1        22.4            128.8
                Net capital expenditures                      (23.3)     (40.5)    (26.5)      (45.4)      (49.8)      (38.7)    (52.2)    (51.8)    (64.2)     (64.4)    (61.5)      (98.6)          (616.7)

           Cash Flows From Debt Service
           Principal Payments                                  (6.9)     (12.3)    (18.5)      (33.3)       (2.5)      (18.8)    (10.8)     (0.1)    (14.4)     (13.4)     (0.6)       (9.8)          (141.5)
           Interest Net                                        (7.5)      (7.7)    (12.9)       (7.8)       (9.5)       (1.2)     (9.2)     (9.1)     (8.8)     (20.7)     (9.2)       (9.0)          (112.5)
               Net debt service                               (14.4)     (20.0)    (31.3)      (41.1)      (11.9)      (20.0)    (20.0)     (9.2)    (23.2)     (34.1)     (9.8)      (18.8)          (253.9)

           Cash Flow from Operations                         (144.4)     (84.6)   (156.6)     (199.3)     (125.8)     (120.7)    (73.1)   (256.9)   (116.4)    (112.9)   (101.2)     (154.2)        (1,646.1)
           Cash Flows From Financing Activities
            FY09 Continuing Resolution & Appropriations       35.0       107.6    204.4        239.7          0.0         0.0   235.6     313.8        0.0     386.6        0.0         0.0          1,522.7
            Financing Transactions                             0.0         0.0      0.0          0.0          0.0         0.0     0.0       0.0        0.0       0.0        0.0         0.0              0.0
            Corporate Adjustments                              0.0         0.0      0.0          0.0          0.0         0.0     0.0       0.0        0.0       0.0        0.0        12.1             12.1
                Net cash provided by financing activities     35.0       107.6    204.4        239.7          0.0         0.0   235.6     313.8        0.0     386.6        0.0        12.1          1,534.8
           Net Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents           (109.4)      23.0     47.8         40.4      (125.8)     (120.7)   162.5      56.9     (116.4)    273.7     (101.2)     (142.1)          (111.3)
            Cash on hand - beginning of month                 367.0      257.6    280.6        328.4       368.8       243.0    122.3     284.8      341.7     225.3      499.0       397.8            367.0
            Cash on hand - end of month                       257.6      280.6    328.4        368.8       243.0       122.3    284.8     341.7      225.3     499.0      397.8       255.7            255.7

            Outstanding Checks: Float                        (55.1)      (43.1)   (90.2)       (40.0)      (45.9)      (50.7)   (57.0)    (48.1)     (48.9)    (38.7)    (34.0)       (56.6)
            Available Operating Cash                         202.5       237.5    238.2        328.8       197.1        71.6    227.8     293.6      176.4     460.3     363.8        199.1            199.1



                                                                                                                                                                                            Treasury Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                                October 1, 2009
ACTUAL ANALYSIS
      TO
  PRIOR YEAR
National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)
Consolidated Statements of Operations
(In Thousands of Dollars)




Preliminary Subject to Audit                                                                                                Eleven Months Ended
                                                                                                                                 August 31
                                                                                                                          2009              2008          fav / (unfav)

Revenues:

Passenger related ........................................................................................ $             1,670,159       $   1,799,580       (129,421)     -7.2%   /a

Commuter ...................................................................................................                  136,221         117,592          18,629     15.8%    /b

Other ...........................................................................................................             327,373         311,129          16,244      5.2%    /c

State capital payments ................................................................................                        26,948          24,873           2,075      8.3%    /d

Total revenues ...........................................................................................               2,160,701           2,253,174        (92,473)     -4.1%



Expenses:

Salaries, wages, and benefits ......................................................................                     1,557,887           1,517,051        (40,836)     -2.7%   /e

Train operations .........................................................................................                    215,802         202,894         (12,908)     -6.4%   /f

Fuel, power, and utilities ............................................................................                       250,901         335,432          84,531     25.2%    /g

Materials .....................................................................................................               188,652         156,919         (31,733)    -20.2%   /h

Facility, communication, and office related ...............................................                                   154,355         136,087         (18,268)    -13.4%   /i

Advertising and sales .................................................................................                        91,839          88,149           (3,690)    -4.2%   /j

Casualty and other claims ..........................................................................                           76,960          72,047           (4,913)    -6.8%   /k

Depreciation - net of amortization .............................................................                              492,485         442,569         (49,916)    -11.3%   /l

Other ...........................................................................................................             258,006         232,871         (25,135)    -10.8%   /m

Indirect cost capitalized to property and equipment ..................................                                        (96,061)       (108,832)        (12,771)    -11.7%   /n

Total expenses ...........................................................................................               3,190,826           3,075,187       (115,639)     -3.8%

Net loss from continuing operations before

   other (income) and expense .................................................................                          1,030,125            822,013        (208,112)    -25.3%



Other (Income) and Expense:

Interest income ...........................................................................................                   (61,225)         (83,744)       (22,519)    -26.9%   /o

Interest expense ..........................................................................................                   160,355         165,372           5,017      3.0%    /p

Other expense - net ...................................................................................                        99,130          81,628         (17,502)    -21.4%



Net loss ....................................................................................................... $       1,129,255       $    903,641        (225,614)    -25.0%




                                                             Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change
                                                                                                                    A - 5.1
August 2009 YTD Consolidated Statement of Operations - Variance Explanations

Revenues:

/a    Passenger related revenues were unfavorable to prior year by $129.4M primarily due to
      a reduction in net ticket revenues. Northeast Corridor and State/Corridor trains were
      down 11% and 6% respectively, however Long Distance trains were only slightly
      unfavorable. On a per seat mile basis, system wide net ticket yield decreased by 1.8¢,
      to 13.2¢; on a per passenger mile basis, it decreased by 1.8¢, to 23.6¢.

/b    Commuter revenue was favorable by $18.6M, due to increased revenues from Caltran,
      MARC and ConnDOT primarily related to mechanical and project support.

/c    Other revenue was favorable by $16.2M primarily due to higher reimbursable revenues for
      maintenance of way related to PennDot, SEPTA and New York tunnel projects, an increase
      in NEC building rent and a settlement with New Jersey Transit for prior period propulsion
      power rates. This is partially offset by a one-time sale of locomotives in FY08.

/d    State capital payments were favorable by $2.1M reflecting increased capital contributions
      from various state and regional partners.

Expenses:

/e    Salaries, wages and benefits were unfavorable by $40.8M primarily due to higher salaries
      and wages due to labor rate increases and overtime.

/f    Train Operations were unfavorable by $12.9M primarily due to increased schedule
      adherence fees related to better on time performance, particularly for long distance trains.

/g    Fuel, power and utilities were favorable by $84.5M primarily due to lower diesel fuel costs.

/h    Materials were unfavorable by $31.7M primarily due to increased Locomotive preventative
      maintenance and signal and track material.

/i    Facility, communication and office related were unfavorable by $18.3M, primarily due to
      reimbursable and CUS building maintenance, communications and equipment rental.

/j    Advertising and Sales were unfavorable by $3.7M, primarily due to an increase in
      advertising programs to stimulate demand in key markets which were partially offset by a
      decrease in credit card commissions due to lower ridership.

/k    Casualty and other claims were unfavorable by $4.9M, primarily due to higher estimated
      liability for passenger insurance.

/l    Depreciation, net of amortization was unfavorable by $49.9M, primarily due to adjustments
      made to decrease asset life for certain rolling stock modifications and concrete ties.




                                           A - 5.2
August 2009 YTD Consolidated Statement of Operations - Variance Explanations
(continued)


/m    Other expenses were unfavorable by $25.1M primarily due to non-capitalizable outsourced
      services for computer system design and project work.

/n    Indirect cost capitalized to property and equipment was unfavorable by $12.8M due to costs
      associated with the concrete spot tie replacement program and decreased maintenance of
      equipment transfers.

/o    Interest income decreased $22.5M due to lower interest rates on cash balances and an
      adjustment related to replacing defeased lease transactions.

/p    Interest expense decreased $5.0M due to lower outstanding debt balances and costs
      associated with replacing defeased lease transactions.




                                          A - 5.3
National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)
Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
(In Thousands of Dollars)


                                                                                                                                            Eleven Months Ended
                                                                                                                                                 August 31
                                                                                                                                           2009            2008
Cash Flows From Operating Activities:
Net loss ..........................................................................................................................   $   (1,129,255)   $   (903,641)
Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities:
   Depreciation net of amortization .............................................................................                           492,485          442,569
   Gain on disposal of property....................................................................................                            (547)          (6,985)
   Other ........................................................................................................................            13,924           11,876
 Changes in assets and liabilities:
    Restricted cash and cash equivalents ......................................................................                             (76,390)             116
    Accounts receivable ................................................................................................                    (30,300)          40,029
    Materials and supplies ............................................................................................                     (24,882)          (4,585)
    Other current assets ................................................................................................                    (2,604)         (10,278)
    Other assets, deposits, and deferred charges ..........................................................                                  (9,465)          45,607
    Accounts payable, deferred ticket revenue, and other current liabilities..............                                                 (205,044)         (48,526)
    Deferred state capital payments ..............................................................................                          (26,948)         (24,873)
    Other liabilities and deferred credits ......................................................................                            48,059           85,105
Net cash used in operating activities .............................................................................                        (950,967)        (373,586)
Cash Flows From Investing Activities:
Purchases and refurbishments of property and equipment ............................................                                        (580,369)        (587,637)
Proceeds from disposals of property and equipment .....................................................                                       2,285            8,864
Net cash used in investing activities ..............................................................................                       (578,084)        (578,773)
Cash Flows From Financing Activities:
Proceeds from federal paid-in capital ............................................................................                        1,636,114         1,282,975
Proceeds from federal and state capital payments .........................................................                                  120,650            92,247
Repayments of debt and capital lease obligations .........................................................                                 (181,786)         (165,599)
Increase in cash overdraft..............................................................................................                     30,518            36,857
Net cash provided by financing activities ......................................................................                          1,605,496         1,246,480


Net increase in cash and cash equivalents .....................................................................                              76,445          294,121
Cash and cash equivalents-beginning of period ............................................................                                  329,813          223,949
Cash and cash equivalents-end of period ......................................................................                        $     406,258     $    518,070



Supplemental Disclosure of Noncash Investing and Financing Activities:
Other non-cash increases in property, includes accruals of
  amounts due for purchases .......................................................................................                   $         142     $       7,875
Debt and capital lease reduction through use of escrow deposits .................................                                     $     164,132     $       4,274
Capital lease reduction offset to assets...........................................................................                   $         -       $      (3,794)
Capital lease reduction offset to debt.............................................................................                   $      (3,405)    $         -




                                    Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change
                                                                                        A - 5.4
National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Subsidiaries (Amtrak)
Consolidated Balance Sheets
(In Thousands of Dollars, Except Share Data)



                                                                                                                                  August 31
ASSETS                                                                                                                     2009                2008         $ Change      % Change
Current Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents ..........................................................................                $       406,258     $       518,070      (111,812)       (21.6%)   /a
Restricted cash and cash equivalents...........................................................                              86,402              10,277        76,125         740.7%   /a
Accounts receivable, net of allowances of $6,260 and
  $8,272 at August 31, 2009 and 2008, respectively ................................                                         129,725             100,740        28,985          28.8% /b
Materials and supplies - net.........................................................................                       168,009             168,482          (473)        (0.3%) /c
Other current assets .....................................................................................                   43,531              53,545       (10,014)       (18.7%) /d
Total current assets ...................................................................................                    833,925             851,114       (17,189)        (2.0%)
Property and Equipment:
Locomotives ...............................................................................................                1,379,582           1,380,220         (638)        (0.0%)
Passenger cars and other rolling stock ........................................................                            2,714,253           2,672,755       41,498           1.6%
Right-of-way and other properties ..............................................................                           9,047,811           8,719,199      328,612           3.8%
Leasehold improvements ............................................................................                          339,757             318,795       20,962           6.6%
Property and equipment, gross ................................................................                            13,481,403          13,090,969      390,434           3.0%
Less - Accumulated depreciation and amortization ....................................                                     (5,011,782)         (4,674,433)    (337,349)          7.2%
Total property and equipment, net .........................................................                                8,469,621           8,416,536       53,085           0.6%   /e
Other Assets, Deposits, and Deferred Charges:
Escrowed proceeds on sale-leasebacks .......................................................                                 735,086             873,813     (138,727)       (15.9%)   /f
Deferred charges, deposits, and other .........................................................                              328,973             336,314       (7,341)        (2.2%)   /g
Total other assets, deposits, and deferred charges ................................                                        1,064,059           1,210,127     (146,068)       (12.1%)
Total assets .................................................................................................      $     10,367,605    $     10,477,777     (110,172)        (1.1%)

LIABILITIES and CAPITALIZATION
Current Liabilities:
Accounts payable ........................................................................................           $       218,321     $       227,391        (9,070)        (4.0%) /h
Accrued expenses and other current liabilities ...........................................                                  502,011             481,434        20,577           4.3% /i
Deferred ticket revenue ...............................................................................                      82,245             106,223       (23,978)       (22.6%) /j
Current maturities of long-term debt and capital lease obligations ............                                             144,977             130,094        14,883          11.4% /k
Total current liabilities .............................................................................                     947,554             945,142         2,412           0.3%
Long-Term Debt and Capital Lease Obligations:
Capital lease obligations .............................................................................                    2,451,220           2,730,076     (278,856)       (10.2%) /l
Mortgages ...................................................................................................                198,400             214,215      (15,815)        (7.4%) /m
Equipment and other debt ...........................................................................                          58,766              56,728        2,038           3.6% /n
Total long-term debt and capital lease obligations ................................                                        2,708,386           3,001,019     (292,633)        (9.8%)
Other Liabilities and Deferred Credits:
Deferred federal and state capital payments ...............................................                                  806,087             737,177       68,910           9.3% /o
Casualty reserves ........................................................................................                   197,634             209,088      (11,454)        (5.5%) /p
Deferred gain on sale-leasebacks ................................................................                            203,003             273,207      (70,204)       (25.7%) /q
Postretirement employee benefits obligation ..............................................                                   602,159             657,464      (55,305)        (8.4%) /r
Environmental reserve ................................................................................                        71,603              61,276       10,327          16.9% /s
Other ...........................................................................................................             69,801             231,394     (161,593)       (69.8%) /t
Total other liabilities and deferred credits .............................................                                 1,950,287           2,169,606     (219,319)       (10.1%)
Total liabilities ...........................................................................................              5,606,227           6,115,767     (509,540)        (8.3%)

Commitments and Contingencies
Capitalization:
Preferred stock - $100 par, 109,396,994 shares authorized, issued and
   outstanding at August 31, 2009 and 2008 .............................................                                  10,939,699          10,939,699           -           0.0%
Common stock - $10 par, 10,000,000 shares authorized, 9,385,694
   issued and outstanding at August 31, 2009 and 2008 ............................                                           93,857            93,857              -            0.0%
Debt and other paid-in capital .....................................................................                     19,091,050        17,415,041        1,676,009          9.6% /u
Accumulated deficit & comprehensive income (loss).................................                                      (25,363,228)      (24,086,587)      (1,276,641)         5.3% /v
Total capitalization ...................................................................................                  4,761,378         4,362,010          399,368          9.2%
Total liabilities and capitalization ...........................................................                    $    10,367,605     $ 10,477,777          (110,172)       (1.1%)

                                                            Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements are Subject to Change
                                                                                                                A - 5.5
                    August 2009 Balance Sheet Variance Explanations:


/a   Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash decreased $35.7M – reflects timing of FY08 and FY09
     appropriations net of cash used for operations, capital investments and debt service during the
     period.

/b   Accounts Receivable, net increased $29.0M – primarily due to increased reimbursable
     receivables from northeast corridor partners.

/c   Materials and supplies, net decreased $0.5M – due to the timing of inventory purchases and usage
     in support of capital and stimulus programs.

/d   Other current assets decreased $10.0M – due to the reduction of accrued interest from the
     replacement of certain sale/leaseback transactions partially offset by fuel hedge premiums and
     miscellaneous prepayments.

/e   Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation and amortization increased $53.1M –
     reflects improvements to property and right of way partially offset by the accumulated
     depreciation on assets and the disposition of out of service equipment.

/f   Escrowed proceeds on sale-leasebacks decreased $138.7M – reflects decreases in defeased
     deposits related to the replacement of certain guarantors of the sale-leaseback of
     Amfleet/Superliner passenger cars.

/g   Deferred charges, deposits and other decreased $7.3M – due to a decrease in 30th Street Station
     bond proceeds and other miscellaneous charges.

/h   Accounts payable decreased $9.1M – reflects an increase in general accounts payable.

/i   Accrued expenses and other current liabilities increased $20.6M – reflects an increase in
     advances for capital work on the NEC, 403b payments and accrued legal settlements.

/j   Deferred ticket revenue decreased $24.0M - reflects a decrease in advance ticket sales.

/k   Current maturities of long-term debt and lease obligations increased $14.9M – reflects an increase
     in the current portion of capital lease obligations.

/l   Capital lease obligations decreased $278.9M – reflects a reduction of defeased lease payments on
     leased locomotives and rolling stock due to their replacement or termination.

/m   Mortgages decreased $15.8M – reflects principal payments on the Penn Station mortgage.

/n   Equipment and other debt increased $2.0M – primarily relates to the purchase of leased P42
     locomotives.

/o   Deferred state capital payments increased $68.9M – due to contributions from New Jersey (NJT),
     New York (LIRR), and Maryland (MARC) for joint benefit projects less amortization.




                                              A - 5.6
                 August 2009 Balance Sheet Variance Explanations: (continued)


/p   Casualty reserves decreased $11.5M – reflects the most recent actuarial analysis and calculation
     of future reserve levels for employee, passenger and other claims.

/q   Deferred gain on sale-leasebacks decreased $70.2M – reflects amortization of deferred gain on
     sale and leaseback transactions for Amfleet and Superliner passenger cars.

/r   Postretirement employee benefits obligation decreased $55.3M – reflects the most recent actuarial
     analysis reflecting the aging of the workforce and projected increases in future healthcare rates -
     includes the recent labor settlement.

/s   Environmental reserve increased $10.3M – reflects an increase in the estimated liability for
     environmental clean-up projects.

/t   Other liabilities decreased $161.6M – primarily reflects the reclassification and the subsequent
     payment of the remaining portion of the retroactive wage accrual.

/u   Debt and other paid-in capital increased $1,676.0M – reflects appropriations received over the
     last 12 months.

/v   Accumulated deficit and comprehensive income (loss) increased $1,276.6M – reflects net losses
     incurred over the last 12 months and other unrealized comprehensive losses relating to the current
     market value of short-term investments.




                                               A - 5.7
EGISLATIVE   EPORT
                   Status of FY2010 Transportation
                          Appropriations Bill
                                         Current to September 18, 2009


House Approvals
                              Senate Approvals
SubComm
                                                                 Conference Approvals
 Markup
                             SubComm                                                            Public Law
 7/13/09
            House Vote        Markup
 ----------
             7/23/09          7/29/09
Committee                                   Senate Vote
                               -------
 Markup                                       9/17/09
                             Committee                               House Vote   Senate Vote
 7/17/09
                              Markup
                              7/30/09




Background:
    Amtrak submitted FY10 Grant and Legislative Request on February 17, 2009, requesting $1.840
       billion for the national system. It includes $601 million for operations (including $21 million for
       Office of Inspector General); $975 million for capital; and $264 million for debt service.
       Separately, Amtrak communicated a need of $144 million to continue work on Americans with
       Disabilities Act compliance.
    The Obama Administration on February 26, 2009, released a set of Budget Documents for Fiscal
       2010. Specific, proposed dollar amounts for most programs, including for Amtrak, are not
       released yet. The Administration proposed a five-year, $5 billion high-speed rail program, in
       addition to the $8 billion provided in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
       (ARRA), P.L. 111-5.
    President Joseph H. Boardman testified at a House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee
       hearing on “The Future of High Speed Rail, Intercity Passenger Rail, and Amtrak,” April 1, 2009.
    The Obama Administration on May 7, 2009, released a more detailed Budget for Fiscal Year
       2010. For Amtrak, $1.502 billion is proposed, which includes $572 million for operations
       (including $21 million for Office of Inspector General); $645 million for capital; and $285 million
       for debt service. The proposed budget also calls for $90 million for the federal-state Intercity
       Passenger Rail Grant Program and a new $1 billion capital program for high-speed rail and
       intercity passenger rail corridors.
    The House Appropriations Committee on July 17, 2009, approved H.R.3288, Fiscal 2010
       appropriations for programs including transportation. For Amtrak, $1.502 billion is provided, of
       which $553 million is for operations, $666 million for capital, $264 million for debt service, and
       $19 million Amtrak OIG (formerly part of the Amtrak operating grant). H.R.3288 also includes
       $4 billion for a new capital program for high-speed rail and intercity passenger rail routes, of
       which $2 billion may go to a national infrastructure bank if such program is authorized during
       Fiscal 2010.
    The House on July 23, 2009, approved H.R.3288, Fiscal 2010 appropriations, on a vote of 256-
       168. A Burton amendment to prohibit Amtrak from using appropriated funds to provide free
       alcohol was approved on a voice vote.
    The Senate Appropriations Committee approved its own version of H.R.3288, Fiscal 2010
       appropriations, on July 30, 2009. For Amtrak, $1.574 billion is provided, of which $553 million is
       for operations, $739 million for capital, $264 million for debt service, and $19 million Amtrak
       OIG (formerly part of the Amtrak operating grant).
    The Senate on September 17, 2009, approved its version of H.R.3288, Fiscal 2010 appropriations,
       with no change to the Amtrak amounts approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee on July
       30. The final vote was 73-25. On September 16, the Senate approved a Wicker amendment, 68-
       30, requiring Amtrak to allow firearms as checked baggage items effective March 31, 2010, or
       forego any remaining Fiscal 2010 funding. The amendment did not provide Amtrak with funding
       to carry out the change.




                                                    B-1
                       Summary and Status of Legislation Impacting Amtrak - 111th Congress


                                                         Co-
 Bill Number             Title/Sponsor                                             Summary                                Legislative Action to Date
                                                       Sponsors
                                                                                                                  1/26/2009 Referred to Committees on
                                                                  Making supplemental appropriations for job Appropriations and Budget.
                                                                  preservation and creation, infrastructure
                                                                                                                  1/28/2009 Passed by House, 244-188.
                                                                  investment, energy efficiency and science,
                                                                                                                  2/10/2009 Passed by Senate, 61-37.
                                                                  assistance to the unemployed, and State
                                                                                                                  2/13/2009 Conference Report 111-16 filed.
                                                                  and local fiscal stabilization, for fiscal year
               American Recovery and                                                                              2/13/2009 House agreed to Conference
                                                                  ending September 30, 2009, and for other
H.R.1          Reinvestment Act of 2009                   9                                                       Report 111-16, 246-183.
                                                                  purposes. Enacted version includes $845
               Rep. David Obey (R-WI)                                                                             2/13/2009 Senate agreed to Conference
                                                                  million for Amtrak infrastructure and
                                                                                                                  Report 111-16, 60-38.
                                                                  equipment improvements, $450 million for
                                                                                                                  2/17/2009 Enacted as P.L. 111-5.
                                                                  Amtrak security, and $8 billion for state high-
                                                                  speed rail programs, beyond normal FY09
                                                                  appropriations.

                                                                                                                 1/7/2009 Referred to Committee on
                                                                  Expressing the sense of the House of
                                                                                                                 Homeland Security.
                                                                  Representatives that the Transportation
                                                                  Security Administration should, in
               Resolution expressing the sense
                                                                  accordance with the congressional mandate
               of the House on rail and transit
H.Res.28                                                  0       provided for in the Implementing
               security issues
                                                                  Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission
               Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX)
                                                                  Act of 2007, enhance security against
                                                                  terrorist attack and other security threats to
                                                                  our Nation's rail and mass transit lines.
                                                                                                                 1/14/2009 Referred to Committee on
                                                                  A bill to provide $50 billion in new
                                                                                                                 Finance.
                                                                  transportation infrastructure funding through
                                                                  bonding to empower States and local
               Build America Bonds Act of 2009                    governments to complete significant
S.238                                                     5
               Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)                              infrastructure projects across all modes of
                                                                  transportation, including roads, bridges, rail
                                                                  and transit systems, ports, and inland
                                                                  waterways, and for other purposes.

               Act providing for certain tunnel life                                                               1/22/2009 Referred to Committee on
               safety and rehabilitation projects                 To provide for certain tunnel life safety and    Transportation and Infrastructure.
H.R.651                                                   1
               for Amtrak                                         rehabilitation projects for Amtrak.
               Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)
                                                                                                              1/27/2009 Reported by Committee on
                                                                  An original bill making supplemental        Appropriations, report 111-3.
                                                                  appropriations for job preservation and     2/10/2009 Approved by Senate as a form
                                                                  creation, infrastructure investment, energy of H.R.1 (see above).
                                                                  efficiency and science, assistance to the
                                                                  unemployed, and State and local fiscal
               Economic Stimulus                                  stabilization, for the fiscal year ending
S.336                                                     0
               Sen. Daniel K. Inouye (D-HI)                       September 30, 2009, and for other
                                                                  purposes. Included $850 million for Amtrak
                                                                  infrastructure and equipment improvements,
                                                                  and $2 billion for state high-speed rail
                                                                  programs, beyond normal FY09
                                                                  appropriations.

                                                                                                               3/6/2009 Introduced, approved in the
                                                                  Making further continuing appropriations for House and Senate, and enacted as P.L.
               Continuing Resolution
H.J.Res 38                                                0       fiscal year 2009, including for Amtrak,      111-6.
               Rep. Dave Obey (D-WI)
                                                                  through March 11, 2009.

                                                                  Making omnibus appropriations for the fiscal     2/23/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                                  year ending September 30, 2009. Includes         2/25/2009 Approved by House, 245-178,
               Omnibus Appropriations for Fiscal                  $1.49 billion for Amtrak ($550 million           and sent to the Senate.
H.R.1105       2009                                       0       operations, $655 million capital, $285 million   3/10/2009 Approved by Senate on voice
               Rep. Dave Obey (D-WI)                              debt service) and $90 million for federal-       vote.
                                                                  state passenger rail capital matching            3/11/2009 Enacted as P.L. 111-8.
                                                                  program.




                                                                             B-2
                       Summary and Status of Legislation Impacting Amtrak - 111th Congress


                                                                                                     3/11/2009 Introduced in the Senate,
                                                         To develop plans and targets for States and
                                                                                                     referred to Committee on Environment and
                                                         metropolitan planning organizations to
                                                                                                     Public Works.
               Clean, Low-Emission, Affordable,          develop plans to reduce greenhouse gas
S.575          New Transportation Efficiency Act    5    emissions from the transportation sector.
               Sen. Thomas R. Carper (D-DE)              Requires states to create emissions
                                                         reductions plans that include investment in
                                                         passenger rail.

                                                                                                         3/27/2009 Introduced in the Senate.
                                                                                                         4/2/2009 Senate Amendment 957
                                                                                                         (Lautenberg) regarding including rail in the
                                                                                                         infrastructure reserve fund, approved by
                                                         Setting forth the congressional budget for      Senate on voice vote.
                                                         fiscal year 2010 and setting forth the          4/2/2009 Senate Amendment 798 (Wicker),
                                                         appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years   regarding carriage of firearms on Amtrak,
                                                         2011 through 2014. Section 205 provides         approved by Senate by voice vote, after a
                                                         for an infrastructure reserve fund, including   62-35 vote to waive the Budget Act to
S. Con. Res.   Budget Resolution for Fiscal 2010                                                         consider the amendment.
                                                    0    investment in freight and passenger rail, but
13             Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND)                                                                   4/2/2009 Approved by Senate, 55-43.
                                                         also requires Amtrak to allow carriage of
                                                         firearms in checked baggage in order to get     4/22/2009 Approved by House on voice
                                                         such funds (Section 205 retained in final       vote.
                                                         version as Section 305, without the Amtrak      4/27/2009 Conference Report H. Rept. 111-
                                                         provision).                                     89 filed.
                                                                                                         4/29/2009 H. Rept. 111-89 approved by
                                                                                                         Senate.
                                                                                                         4/29/2009 H. Rept. 111-89 approved by
                                                                                                         House.

                                                         Setting forth the congressional budget for      3/27/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                         fiscal year 2010 and setting forth the          4/2/2009 Approved by House, 233-196.
H. Con. Res.   Budget Resolution for Fiscal 2010                                                         4/22/2009 House approved
                                                    0    appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years
85             Rep. John M. Spratt (D-SC)
                                                         2011 through 2014. Amtrak is not                S.Con.Res.13, superceding
                                                         specifically mentioned.                         H.Con.Res.85.

               Supporting the goals and ideals of                                                    4/27/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                         Supporting the goals and ideals of National 5/6/2009 Approved by House, 426-0.
H. Res. 367    National Train Day                   57
                                                         Train Day, May 9, 2009.
               Rep. Corrine Brown (D-FL)

               In support and recognition of                                                          5/1/2009 Introduced in the Senate.
                                                         In support and recognition of National Train 5/7/2009 Approved by Senate on voice
S. Res. 125    National Train Day                   21
                                                         Day, May 9, 2009.                            vote.
               Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ)
                                                         Authorizes the Transportation Security          4/30/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                         Administration's programs relating to the       5/19/2009 Reported by Committee on
               Transportation Security                   provision of transportation security.           Homeland Security, H. Rept. 111-123.
H.R.2200       Administration Authorization Act     2    Authorizes rail security working groups and     6/4/2009 Approved by House, 397-25.
               Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX)            a study of foreign practices since 2001.
                                                         Requires TSA to do a demonstration project
                                                         of passenger rail security.
                                                                                                         5/7/2009 Introduced in the House, referred
               Southwestern Transit Corridor             Directs US DOT to make a grant to local  to Committee on Transportation and
               Planning and Fuel Use Reduction           officials to fund a study extending Rail Infrastructure.
H.R.2337                                            1
               Act                                       Runner commuter service from Albuquerque
               Rep. Harry Teague (D-NM)                  area south to Las Cruces and El Paso.


                                                         Establishing national purposes and goals for 5/14/2009 Introduced in the Senate,
               Federal Surface Transportation            Federal surface transportation activities and referred to Committee on Commerce,
               Policy and Planning Act of 2009           programs and creating a national surface      Science, and Transportation.
S.1036                                              1
               Sen. John D. Rockefeller, IV (D-          transportation plan, which will include as a
               WV)                                       goal increased use of intercity passenger
                                                         rail.
                                                                                                     5/25/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                         To create clean energy jobs, achieve energy 6/5/2009 Reported by Committee on
               American Clean Energy and                                                             Energy and Commerce, H. Rept. 111-137.
                                                         independence, reduce global warming
H.R.2454       Security Act of 2009      Rep.       1                                                6/26/2009 Approved by House, 219-212.
                                                         pollution and transition to a clean energy
               Henry Waxman (D-CA)
                                                         economy.




                                                                    B-3
                  Summary and Status of Legislation Impacting Amtrak - 111th Congress


                                                                                                   6/4/2009 Introduced in the House.
                                                   Establishing national transportation
           National Transportation
                                                   objectives and performance targets for the
H.R.2724   Objectives Act of 2009             26
                                                   purpose of assessing progress toward
           Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ)
                                                   meeting national transportation objectives.


                                                                                                   6/16/2009 Introduced in the House and
                                                   Making appropriations for the Departments
                                                                                                   approved by Subcommittee on
                                                   of Homeland Security for the fiscal year
                                                                                                   Appropriations.
                                                   ending September 30, 2010, and for other
           Homeland Security Appropriations                                                        6/24/2009 Approved by House, 389-37.
                                                   purposes. Includes $25 million for Amtrak
H.R.2892   Act, 2010                          0                                                    7/9/2009 Approved by Senate, 84-6;
                                                   security. The Senate added language
           Rep. David Price (D-NC)                                                                 conferees appointed.
                                                   requiring a DHS study of improving cross-
                                                   border travel times for trains to/from Quebec
                                                   and Ontario.
                                                                                                   6/24/2009 Approved by Subcommittee on
                                                   Reauthorizes surface transportation             Highways and Transit, Committee on
           Surface Transportation                  programs for six years, doubling overall        Transportation and Infrastructure.
--         Reauthorization Act of 2009        0    federal investment. Includes $50 billion for
           Rep. James Oberstar (D-MN)              high-speed rail, creates a National
                                                   Infrastructure Bank.

                                                                                                   7/17/2009 Approved by Subcommittee on
                                                   Making appropriations for the Departments
                                                                                                   Transportation, Housing, and Urban
                                                   of Transportation and Housing and Urban
                                                                                                   Development, Committee on
                                                   Development, and related agencies for the
                                                                                                   Appropriations.
                                                   fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and
           Transportation, Housing and                                                             7/22/2009 Reported by Committee on
                                                   for other purposes. Includes $1.502 billion
           Urban Development, and Related                                                          Appropriations, H. Rept. 111-218.
                                                   for Amtrak and $4 billion for passenger rail
H.R.3288   Agencies Appropriations Act,       0                                                    7/23/2009 Approved by House, 256-168.
                                                   development (of which $2 billion would go to
           2010
                                                   a National Infrastructure Bank, if
           Rep. John Olver (D-MA)
                                                   authorized). The House-passed version
                                                   includes a Burton amendment to prohibit
                                                   Amtrak from using appropriated funds to
                                                   provide free alcohol.

                                                                                                   7/29/2009 Approved by Subcommittee on
                                                                                                   Transportation, Housing, and Urban
                                                   Making appropriations for the Departments
                                                                                                   Development, Committee on
                                                   of Transportation and Housing and Urban
                                                                                                   Appropriations.
                                                   Development, and related agencies for the
           Transportation, Housing and                                                             7/30/2009 Reported by Committee on
                                                   fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and
           Urban Development, and Related                                                          Appropriations, S. Rept. 111-69.
H.R.3288                                           for other purposes. Includes $1.574 billion
           Agencies Appropriations Act,       0                                                    9/16/2009 Senate Amendment 2366
(Senate)                                           for Amtrak. The Senate-passed version
           2010                                                                                    (Wicker), regarding carriage of firearms on
                                                   prohibits funding Amtrak unless firearms are
           Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA)                                                                Amtrak, approved 68-30.
                                                   allowed in checked baggage after March 31,
                                                                                                   9/17/2009 Approved by Senate, 73-25.
                                                   2010 (though funding to carry out the
                                                   change is not designated).


                                                                                                   8/6/2009 Introduced in the Senate, referred
                                                                                                   to Committee on Commerce, Science, and
           Amtrak Secure Transportation of         To permit Amtrak passengers to safely           Transportation.
S.1638     Firearms Act                       6    transport firearms and ammunition in their
           Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS)                checked baggage.




                                                              B-4
OUTE   ERFORMANCE
       EPORT
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest (see notes below)
August 2009 YTD
Route Performance Results Exclude Federal Support for Operations, Depreciation, Interest and Capital Charges
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.


                                                                                                                                                                                 Contribution /
Northeast Corridor Trains                                            FRA        Total               Contribution /                              Total Costs Contribution /        (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                  Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-     (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude       Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number        Train Name                              Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs  Costs         Costs                  Direct Costs        Int.)       Dep & Int)           (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT01          Acela                                     $381.1       $123.7      $106.6    $230.3             $150.8                   $83.1         $313.4           $67.7          12.9             7.3
RT05          Northeast Regional                        $405.9       $171.1      $156.2    $327.3              $78.7                  $138.0         $465.2          ($59.3)          (6.1)           (2.7)
RT91          NEC Unknown      (Crew Labor)               $0.0         $0.1        ($0.0)     $0.1              ($0.1)                  $0.0           $0.1           ($0.1)           ---             ---
RT06/98/99    NEC Special Trains                          $1.2         $0.8         $0.2      $1.0               $0.2                   $1.0           $2.0           ($0.8)         (37.2)          (29.4)
RT70          NEC Bus Route                               $0.0         $0.0         $0.0      $0.0               $0.0                   $0.0           $0.0            $0.0            ---             ---
              Total                                     $788.2       $295.7      $263.0    $558.7             $229.5                  $222.0         $780.8            $7.4           0.5             0.2


State Supported and Other                                                                                                                                                        Contribution /
Short Distance Corridor Trains                                       FRA        Total               Contribution /                             Total Costs Contribution /         (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                  Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-    (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude        Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number        Train Name                              Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs Costs          Costs                  Direct Costs       Int.)       Dep & Int)            (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT03          Ethan Allen Express                          $3.2        $2.2         $1.3     $3.5              ($0.3)                   $0.7          $4.2           ($1.0)          (12.4)           (4.9)
RT04          Vermonter                                    $6.4        $5.7         $1.6     $7.3               ($0.9)                  $1.1          $8.4           ($2.0)          (10.2)           (4.5)
RT07          Maple Leaf                                  $18.7       $15.3         $9.3   $24.6               ($5.9)                   $4.3         $28.9          ($10.2)          (10.9)           (5.6)
RT09          The Downeaster                              $10.0        $6.7         $3.4   $10.1               ($0.1)                   $1.9         $12.0           ($2.0)           (6.0)           (2.0)
RT12          New Haven - Springfield                      $8.7        $8.4         $8.5   $17.0               ($8.2)                   $6.2         $23.1          ($14.4)          (52.9)          (24.6)
RT14          Keystone Service                            $30.6       $19.1        $17.5   $36.6               ($6.0)                  $13.7         $50.3          ($19.8)          (20.0)           (7.2)
RT15          Empire Service                              $34.3       $26.2        $25.4   $51.5              ($17.3)                  $11.7         $63.2          ($29.0)          (27.7)           (9.1)
RT20          Chicago-St.Louis                            $20.4       $14.3        $10.0   $24.3               ($3.8)                   $5.0         $29.3           ($8.9)          (10.5)           (4.8)
RT21          Hiawathas                                   $17.1        $9.0         $9.2   $18.2               ($1.1)                   $5.1         $23.3           ($6.2)          (11.4)           (4.5)
RT22          Wolverines                                  $15.2       $16.0         $8.5   $24.5               ($9.4)                   $7.8         $32.3          ($17.1)          (19.5)          (10.5)
RT23          Illini                                       $9.9        $7.0         $4.5   $11.6               ($1.7)                   $2.4         $14.0           ($4.1)           (9.1)           (4.5)
RT24          Illinois Zephyr                              $7.9        $7.6         $4.1   $11.7               ($3.8)                   $2.4         $14.1           ($6.2)          (19.5)           (8.5)
RT29          Heartland Flyer                              $4.4        $3.7         $1.2     $4.9              ($0.5)                   $0.7          $5.6           ($1.2)          (10.4)           (4.8)
RT35          Pacific Surfliner                           $70.4       $50.5        $28.9   $79.4               ($9.0)                  $12.5         $91.9          ($21.5)          (10.9)           (3.5)
RT36          Cascades                                    $36.2       $26.9        $12.7   $39.6                ($3.4)                  $7.0         $46.6          ($10.4)          (10.1)           (5.2)
RT37          Capitols                                    $43.6       $33.9        $15.7   $49.6                ($5.9)                  $7.5         $57.1          ($13.4)          (14.3)           (3.9)
RT39          San Joaquins                                $54.9       $47.3        $10.9   $58.2                ($3.3)                  $9.9         $68.1          ($13.2)          (10.7)           (4.0)
RT40          Adirondack                                   $9.3        $6.3         $3.2     $9.5               ($0.1)                  $2.4         $11.9           ($2.6)           (8.8)           (6.0)
RT41          Blue Water                                   $7.5        $5.7         $3.0     $8.8               ($1.2)                  $2.3         $11.1           ($3.5)          (14.3)           (9.6)
RT47          Washington-Newport News                     $22.9       $12.0         $8.0   $20.0                 $2.9                   $3.3         $23.4           ($0.4)           (0.5)           (0.3)
RT54          Hoosier State                                $0.6        $2.0         $1.1     $3.1               ($2.4)                  $0.5          $3.6           ($3.0)          (65.6)          (23.7)
RT56          Kansas City-St.Louis                         $9.1        $6.1         $3.8     $9.9               ($0.8)                  $1.7         $11.5           ($2.4)           (9.6)           (3.7)
RT57          Pennsylvanian                                $7.6        $5.7         $5.2   $10.9                ($3.3)                  $2.6         $13.5           ($5.8)          (13.3)           (9.8)
RT65          Pere Marquette                               $4.5        $3.3         $1.7     $5.0               ($0.5)                  $1.0          $6.0           ($1.5)          (10.0)           (7.1)
RT66          Carolinian                                  $15.6        $9.2         $6.9   $16.1                ($0.4)                  $3.3         $19.3           ($3.7)           (4.7)           (3.5)
RT67          Piedmont                                     $2.1        $1.6         $1.6     $3.2               ($1.1)                  $0.5          $3.8           ($1.6)          (22.1)           (8.9)
RT92          Central Unknown (Crew Labor)                 $0.0        $0.2         $0.0     $0.2               ($0.2)                  $0.0          $0.2           ($0.2)            ---             ---
RT93          Crew Labor                                   $0.0        $0.2         $0.0     $0.3               ($0.3)                  $0.0          $0.3           ($0.3)            ---             ---
RT96          Non NEC Special Trains                       $2.2        $0.6         $0.2     $0.8                $1.5                   $2.0          $2.8           ($0.6)           (6.0)           (5.6)
              State Supported Rt Buses                     $0.0        $0.0         $0.0     $0.0               ($0.0)                 ($0.0)         $0.0           ($0.0)           (9.2)          (13.5)
              Total                                      $473.5      $352.6      $207.4   $560.1              ($86.6)                 $119.7        $679.8         ($206.2)          (13.3)           (5.6)


                                                                                                                                                                                 Contribution /
Long Distance Trains                                                 FRA        Total               Contribution /                            Total Costs Contribution /          (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                  Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-   (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude         Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number       Train Name                               Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs Costs          Costs                  Direct Costs      Int.)       Dep & Int)             (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT16         Silver Star                                  $27.5       $39.0        $23.7   $62.7              ($35.2)                  $14.4        $77.1          ($49.6)           (27.4)          (16.7)
RT18         Cardinal                                      $6.4       $12.2         $6.5   $18.7              ($12.3)                   $4.4        $23.0          ($16.7)           (41.8)          (23.5)
RT19         Silver Meteor                                $32.5       $38.6        $23.4   $62.0              ($29.5)                  $14.6        $76.6          ($44.2)           (23.5)          (14.5)
RT25         Empire Builder                               $54.0       $62.7        $22.7   $85.5              ($31.4)                  $15.6       $101.1          ($47.0)           (13.8)           (8.0)
RT26         Capitol Limited                              $17.6       $22.1        $12.1   $34.3              ($16.7)                   $6.4        $40.7          ($23.1)           (23.4)          (16.2)
RT27         California Zephyr                            $39.0       $58.8        $20.3   $79.1              ($40.1)                  $14.3        $93.4          ($54.3)           (21.7)          (11.3)
RT28         Southwest Chief                              $38.5       $54.3        $21.0   $75.3              ($36.8)                  $13.9        $89.2          ($50.8)           (19.0)          (11.4)
RT30         City of New Orleans                          $14.8       $19.3         $6.3   $25.6              ($10.8)                   $5.0        $30.6          ($15.8)           (18.1)          (11.4)
RT32         Texas Eagle                                  $19.8       $29.5        $10.7   $40.1              ($20.3)                   $7.4        $47.5          ($27.7)           (19.5)          (10.5)
RT33         Sunset Limited                                $9.1       $24.2        $10.5   $34.7              ($25.6)                   $6.1        $40.8          ($31.8)           (50.5)          (29.0)
RT34         Coast Starlight                              $34.6       $48.4        $19.2   $67.6              ($33.0)                  $10.3        $77.9          ($43.3)           (21.8)          (13.1)
RT45         Lake Shore Limited                           $23.2       $30.9        $22.3   $53.2              ($30.0)                  $10.7        $63.9          ($40.7)           (27.2)          (16.4)
RT48         Palmetto                                     $12.3       $12.3         $8.8   $21.0                ($8.7)                  $5.9        $26.9          ($14.6)           (21.9)          (10.6)
RT52         Crescent                                     $26.1       $36.8        $18.5   $55.3              ($29.2)                  $13.6        $68.9          ($42.8)           (31.9)          (16.3)
RT63         Auto Train                                   $55.8       $44.4        $16.9   $61.3                ($5.5)                 $10.3        $71.6          ($15.7)            (8.4)           (5.5)
             Total                                       $411.1      $533.6      $242.9   $776.4             ($365.3)                 $152.9       $929.3         ($518.2)           (21.6)          (12.6)

                    Total All Trains                   $1,672.8     $1,181.9        $713.3     $1,895.2             ($222.4)          $494.6       $2,389.8           ($717.0)       (13.2)          (6.6)




Reconciling Items between RPS and Consolidated Statement of Operations                         Notes:
                                               Revenue     Expense                 Net         - The route performance data contained in section C no longer follows the Strategic Reform
Total National Train System                     $1,672.8    $2,389.8               ($717.0)    Initiative (SRI) format used in prior year’s reports. Under the SRI format, Infrastructure and
Ancillary Businesses                              $294.6      $197.2                 $97.4     Unallocated System costs were not allocated to Amtrak routes. The report in section C, utilizing
Freight Access Fees and Other                     $166.3       $32.6                $133.7     the Route Profitability System (RPS), now reports Route results after Infrastructure and System
                                                                                               costs have been fully allocated to Amtrak routes.
Operating Results                                       $2,133.8    $2,619.7       ($485.9)    - Prior year data may not match previously published reports at the individual route level.
                                                                                               -Total FRA Defined Costs represents Host Railroad MofW and Performance Incentives, Fuel and
Interest Expense, net                                      $0.0        $99.1         ($99.1)   Power, T&E Crew, OBS and Commissary costs, Car and Locomotive maint. and Turnaround
Depreciation, net                                          $0.0       $492.5        ($492.5)   Costs, Commissions, Reservations, Call Centers, Psgr Inconvenience, and Route Stations.
Project Costs covered by Capital Funds                     $0.0        $78.7         ($78.7)   -Total Remaining Direct Costs include Shared Stations, MoE Supervision and Training,
State Capital Payments                                    $26.9         $0.0          $26.9    Maintenance of Way, Yard Ops, Marketing and Distribution, Insurance, Terminal Payments,
Net Results                                            $2,160.7     $3,290.0      ($1,129.3)   Procurement/Purchasing, Police/Environmental and Safety, and T&E Overhead.
                                                                                               -Total Non-Direct Costs includes Amtrak Infrastructure Maintenance and System costs.


                                                                                                C-1
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest (see notes below)
August 2008 YTD
Route Performance Results Exclude Federal Support for Operations, Depreciation, Interest and Capital Charges
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.


                                                                                                                                                                               Contribution / Contribution /
Northeast Corridor Trains                                          FRA        Total               Contribution /                               Total Costs Contribution /       (Loss) per     (Loss) per
Route                                                Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-      (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude      Pass Mile       Seat Mile
Number        Train Name                            Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs Costs          Costs                  Direct Costs         Int.)       Dep & Int)          (cents)        (cents)
RT01          Acela                                    $433.7      $133.3      $102.9   $236.2              $197.5                   $80.2          $316.4          $117.2         20.4           12.7
RT05          Northeast Regional                       $452.0      $168.2      $150.5   $318.7              $133.3                  $127.2          $445.9            $6.1          0.6            0.3
RT91          NEC Unknown      (Crew Labor)              $0.0        $1.2         $0.0     $1.2               ($1.2)                  $0.0            $1.2           ($1.2)          ---            ---
RT06/98/99    NEC Special Trains                         $1.2        $0.9         $0.2     $1.1                $0.1                   $0.1            $1.1            $0.1           ---            ---
RT70          NEC Bus Route                              $0.0        $0.0         $0.0     $0.0                $0.0                   $0.0            $0.0            $0.0           ---            ---
              Total                                    $886.9      $303.6      $253.6   $557.2              $329.7                  $207.5          $764.7          $122.2          7.5            3.9



State Supported and Other                                                                                                                                                      Contribution / Contribution /
Short Distance Corridor Trains                                     FRA        Total               Contribution /                               Total Costs Contribution /       (Loss) per     (Loss) per
Route                                                Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-      (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude      Pass Mile       Seat Mile
Number        Train Name                            Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs Costs          Costs                  Direct Costs         Int.)       Dep & Int)          (cents)        (cents)
RT03          Ethan Allen Express                        $3.4        $2.3         $1.1     $3.4               ($0.0)                  $0.6            $4.0           ($0.6)         (7.6)          (3.1)
RT04          Vermonter                                  $6.3        $5.9         $1.4     $7.3               ($0.9)                  $1.1            $8.4           ($2.0)        (10.1)          (4.7)
RT07          Maple Leaf                                $21.0       $16.9         $8.6   $25.5                ($4.5)                  $4.0           $29.4           ($8.4)         (8.4)          (4.6)
RT09          The Downeaster                            $10.3        $7.9         $2.9   $10.8                ($0.5)                  $2.1           $12.9           ($2.6)         (7.8)          (2.5)
RT12          New Haven - Springfield                    $9.5        $9.0         $7.7   $16.7                ($7.2)                  $6.7           $23.5          ($14.0)        (48.2)         (22.8)
RT14          Keystone Service                          $29.3       $19.4        $16.4   $35.8                ($6.5)                 $14.2           $50.0          ($20.6)        (21.3)          (7.6)
RT15          Empire Service                            $38.4       $29.5        $23.3   $52.8              ($14.4)                  $12.3           $65.1          ($26.7)        (23.5)          (8.2)
RT20          Chicago-St.Louis                          $27.0       $15.6         $7.7   $23.3                 $3.7                   $4.7           $28.0           ($1.0)         (1.3)          (0.6)
RT21          Hiawathas                                 $19.7        $9.6         $7.9   $17.5                 $2.2                   $5.6           $23.1           ($3.4)         (6.2)          (2.5)
RT22          Wolverines                                $16.5       $18.4         $7.6   $26.0                ($9.5)                  $7.6           $33.6          ($17.1)        (18.3)         (10.1)
RT23          Illini                                    $11.1        $6.9         $3.9   $10.8                 $0.3                   $2.3           $13.2           ($2.1)         (4.4)          (2.2)
RT24          Illinois Zephyr                            $9.2        $7.9         $3.6   $11.4                ($2.3)                  $2.4           $13.9           ($4.7)        (14.7)          (6.3)
RT29          Heartland Flyer                            $5.3        $4.0         $1.1     $5.1                $0.2                   $0.7            $5.8           ($0.5)         (4.0)          (1.7)
RT35          Pacific Surfliner                         $76.8       $54.1        $26.2   $80.3                ($3.4)                 $12.9           $93.2          ($16.4)         (7.3)          (2.7)
RT36          Cascades                                  $35.9       $28.4        $11.9   $40.4                ($4.5)                  $6.8           $47.2          ($11.3)        (10.6)          (5.9)
RT37          Capitols                                  $40.0       $36.2        $14.3   $50.5              ($10.5)                   $8.2           $58.7          ($18.6)        (18.5)          (5.4)
RT39          San Joaquins                              $57.9       $51.3        $10.1   $61.5                ($3.5)                  $9.4           $70.8          ($12.9)        (10.0)          (4.0)
RT40          Adirondack                                $10.0        $7.2         $2.5     $9.7                $0.3                   $1.6           $11.3           ($1.3)         (4.1)          (2.9)
RT41          Blue Water                                 $8.1        $6.4         $2.6     $9.1               ($1.0)                  $2.1           $11.1           ($3.0)        (12.1)          (9.5)
RT47          Washington-Newport News                   $25.2       $14.4         $7.4   $21.8                 $3.4                   $3.3           $25.0            $0.1          0.1            0.1
RT54          Hoosier State                              $0.6        $2.1         $0.9     $2.9               ($2.3)                  $0.5            $3.5           ($2.9)        (62.4)         (22.2)
RT56          Kansas City-St.Louis                       $6.5        $6.4         $2.9     $9.3               ($2.8)                  $1.7           $10.9           ($4.4)        (16.9)          (6.4)
RT57          Pennsylvanian                              $7.7        $6.5         $5.0   $11.4                ($3.7)                  $2.6           $14.0           ($6.3)        (14.0)         (10.5)
RT65          Pere Marquette                             $4.8        $3.5         $1.5     $5.0               ($0.1)                  $1.0            $6.0           ($1.2)         (7.2)          (4.9)
RT66          Carolinian                                $18.8       $10.3         $6.4   $16.7                 $2.2                   $3.0           $19.7           ($0.8)         (0.9)          (0.7)
RT67          Piedmont                                   $2.4        $1.5         $1.4     $2.9               ($0.5)                  $0.5            $3.4           ($1.0)        (14.6)          (6.5)
RT92          Central Unknown (Crew Labor)               $0.0        $0.8         $0.0     $0.8               ($0.8)                  $0.0            $0.8           ($0.8)          ---            ---
RT93          Crew Labor                                 $0.0        $0.7         $0.0     $0.8               ($0.8)                  $0.0            $0.8           ($0.8)          ---            ---
RT96          Non NEC Special Trains                     $4.8        $2.8         $0.4     $3.3                $1.6                   $0.1            $3.3            $1.5          9.2            6.1
              State Supported Rt Buses                   $0.0        $0.0         $0.0     $0.0                $0.0                   $0.0            $0.0            $0.0           ---            ---
              Total                                    $506.7      $385.8      $186.8   $572.6              ($65.9)                 $118.1          $690.7         ($184.0)        (11.3)          (5.0)


                                                                                                                                                                               Contribution / Contribution /
Long Distance Trains                                               FRA        Total               Contribution /                            Total Costs Contribution /          (Loss) per     (Loss) per
Route                                                Total       Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct           Total Non-   (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude         Pass Mile       Seat Mile
Number       Train Name                             Revenue       Costs   Direct Costs Costs          Costs                  Direct Costs      Int.)       Dep & Int)             (cents)        (cents)
RT16         Silver Star                                $28.0       $41.6        $22.4   $64.0              ($36.1)                  $13.6        $77.6          ($49.6)           (27.1)         (16.1)
RT18         Cardinal                                    $6.6       $12.8         $5.9   $18.6              ($12.1)                   $4.0        $22.6          ($16.0)           (39.6)         (21.9)
RT19         Silver Meteor                              $30.3       $39.6        $20.9   $60.5              ($30.1)                  $13.1        $73.6          ($43.3)           (24.0)         (15.1)
RT25         Empire Builder                             $58.4       $68.8        $20.5   $89.3              ($31.0)                  $14.2       $103.5          ($45.2)           (12.3)          (7.7)
RT26         Capitol Limited                            $17.2       $24.5        $11.4   $35.9              ($18.7)                   $6.2        $42.1          ($24.9)           (25.8)         (17.1)
RT27         California Zephyr                          $38.6       $70.3        $17.8   $88.1              ($49.5)                  $13.9       $102.0          ($63.4)           (25.8)         (13.3)
RT28         Southwest Chief                            $40.6       $57.6        $19.5   $77.1              ($36.5)                  $12.8        $89.8          ($49.2)           (17.6)         (11.2)
RT30         City of New Orleans                        $15.2       $22.2         $5.6   $27.8              ($12.6)                   $4.9        $32.7          ($17.5)           (19.7)         (12.7)
RT32         Texas Eagle                                $19.8       $33.2         $9.7   $42.9              ($23.0)                   $7.0        $49.9          ($30.1)           (21.1)         (11.4)
RT33         Sunset Limited                              $8.9       $26.6         $8.6   $35.2              ($26.3)                   $5.7        $40.8          ($32.0)           (51.4)         (29.2)
RT34         Coast Starlight                            $29.1       $45.4        $14.6   $60.0              ($30.9)                   $8.7        $68.7          ($39.6)           (24.2)         (14.9)
RT45         Lake Shore Limited                         $23.4       $33.7        $19.7   $53.4              ($30.0)                   $9.8        $63.2          ($39.8)           (28.7)         (18.3)
RT48         Palmetto                                   $13.0       $12.5         $8.2   $20.7                ($7.7)                  $5.5        $26.2          ($13.2)           (18.2)          (9.3)
RT52         Crescent                                   $26.7       $39.1        $17.4   $56.6              ($29.9)                  $12.9        $69.5          ($42.8)           (31.4)         (16.3)
RT63         Auto Train                                 $55.2       $46.4        $14.7   $61.1                ($5.9)                  $9.9        $71.0          ($15.8)            (8.3)          (5.4)
             Total                                     $410.8      $574.3      $216.8   $791.0             ($380.2)                 $142.1       $933.1         ($522.3)           (21.9)         (13.0)

                 Total All Trains                    $1,804.4     $1,263.8        $657.1     $1,920.9             ($116.4)           $467.7      $2,388.6           ($584.1)       (10.3)          (5.4)




Reconciling Items between RPS and Consolidated Statement of Operations                       Notes:
                                             Revenue     Expense       Net                   - The route performance data contained in section C no longer follows the Strategic Reform
Total National Train System                    $1,804.4   $2,388.6     ($584.1)              Initiative (SRI) format used in prior year’s reports. Under the SRI format, Infrastructure and
Ancillary Businesses                             $270.3     $186.0       $84.2               Unallocated System costs were not allocated to Amtrak routes. The report in section C, utilizing
Freight Access Fees and Other                    $153.6      $43.0      $110.6               the Route Profitability System (RPS), now reports Route results after Infrastructure and System
                                                                                             costs have been fully allocated to Amtrak routes.
Operating Results                                     $2,228.3    $2,617.6        ($389.3)   - Prior year data may not match previously published reports at the individual route level.
                                                                                             -Total FRA Defined Costs represents Host Railroad MofW and Performance Incentives, Fuel and
Interest Expense, Net                                    $0.0        $81.6         ($81.6)   Power, T&E Crew, OBS and Commissary costs, Car and Locomotive maint. and Turnaround
Depreciation, net                                        $0.0       $442.6        ($442.6)   Costs, Commissions, Reservations, Call Centers, Psgr Inconvenience, and Route Stations.
Project Costs covered by Capital Funds                   $0.0        $15.0         ($15.0)   -Total Remaining Direct Costs include Shared Stations, MoE Supervision and Training,
State Capital Payments                                  $24.9         $0.0          $24.9    Maintenance of Way, Yard Ops, Marketing and Distribution, Insurance, Terminal Payments,
Net Results                                          $2,253.2     $3,156.8        ($903.6)   Procurement/Purchasing, Police/Environmental and Safety, and T&E Overhead.
                                                                                             -Total Non-Direct Costs includes Amtrak Infrastructure Maintenance and System costs.


                                                                                              C-2
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
Financial Performance of Routes - Fully allocated overhead, excluding Depreciation and Interest
August 2009 vs August 2008 - Variances
Route Performance Results Exclude Federal Support for Operations, Depreciation, Interest and Capital Charges
All numbers are in $ millions except Passenger Mile and Seat Mile Calculations.


                                                                                                                                                                    Contribution /
Northeast Corridor Trains                                           FRA          Total               Contribution /   Total Non- Total Costs Contribution /          (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                Total        Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct    Direct     (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude      Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number        Train Name                            Revenue        Costs     Direct Costs  Costs        Costs           Costs          Int.)       Dep & Int)          (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT01          Acela                                    ($52.6)         $9.6         ($3.7)     $5.9           ($46.7)       ($2.9)          $3.1         ($49.6)         (7.5)           (5.4)
RT05          Northeast Regional                       ($46.1)        ($2.9)        ($5.7)    ($8.6)          ($54.7)     ($10.7)        ($19.3)         ($65.4)         (6.7)           (3.0)
RT91          NEC Unknown      (Crew Labor)              $0.0          $1.1          $0.0      $1.1             $1.1         $0.0           $1.1           $1.1           ---             ---
RT06/98/99    NEC Special Trains                        ($0.0)         $0.1         ($0.0)     $0.0             $0.0        ($0.9)         ($0.9)         ($0.9)          ---             ---
RT70          NEC Bus Route                              $0.0          $0.0          $0.0      $0.0             $0.0         $0.0           $0.0           $0.0           ---             ---
              Total                                    ($98.7)         $7.9         ($9.4)    ($1.5)         ($100.2)     ($14.5)        ($16.0)        ($114.7)         (7.0)           (3.7)


State Supported and Other                                                                                                                                           Contribution /
Short Distance Corridor Trains                                      FRA          Total               Contribution /    Total Non- Total Costs Contribution /         (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                Total        Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct     Direct     (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude     Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number        Train Name                            Revenue        Costs     Direct Costs  Costs        Costs            Costs          Int.)       Dep & Int)         (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT03          Ethan Allen Express                       ($0.2)         $0.1         ($0.2)    ($0.0)            ($0.2)       ($0.1)         ($0.2)         ($0.4)        (4.8)           (1.8)
RT04          Vermonter                                  $0.0          $0.2         ($0.2)    ($0.0)             $0.0        ($0.0)         ($0.0)          $0.0         (0.1)            0.2
RT07          Maple Leaf                                ($2.3)         $1.6         ($0.7)     $0.9             ($1.5)       ($0.3)          $0.6          ($1.8)        (2.4)           (1.0)
RT09          The Downeaster                            ($0.3)         $1.2         ($0.5)     $0.7              $0.4         $0.2           $1.0           $0.6         1.7             0.5
RT12          New Haven - Springfield                   ($0.8)         $0.5         ($0.8)    ($0.3)            ($1.0)        $0.6           $0.3          ($0.4)        (4.7)           (1.8)
RT14          Keystone Service                           $1.2          $0.3         ($1.0)    ($0.8)             $0.5         $0.4          ($0.4)          $0.9          1.4             0.4
RT15          Empire Service                            ($4.2)         $3.4         ($2.1)     $1.3             ($2.8)        $0.6           $1.9          ($2.3)        (4.2)           (0.8)
RT20          Chicago-St.Louis                          ($6.5)         $1.3         ($2.3)    ($1.0)            ($7.5)       ($0.3)         ($1.3)         ($7.9)        (9.2)           (4.2)
RT21          Hiawathas                                 ($2.6)         $0.7         ($1.3)    ($0.7)            ($3.3)        $0.5          ($0.2)         ($2.8)        (5.2)           (2.0)
RT22          Wolverines                                ($1.3)         $2.4         ($0.9)     $1.5              $0.1        ($0.1)          $1.3          ($0.0)        (1.2)           (0.3)
RT23          Illini                                    ($1.2)        ($0.1)        ($0.6)    ($0.7)            ($2.0)       ($0.1)         ($0.8)         ($2.1)        (4.7)           (2.3)
RT24          Illinois Zephyr                           ($1.3)         $0.2         ($0.5)    ($0.2)            ($1.5)       ($0.0)         ($0.3)         ($1.5)        (4.8)           (2.3)
RT29          Heartland Flyer                           ($0.9)         $0.3         ($0.1)     $0.2             ($0.7)        $0.0           $0.2          ($0.7)        (6.4)           (3.1)
RT35          Pacific Surfliner                         ($6.4)         $3.6         ($2.7)     $0.9             ($5.6)        $0.4           $1.3          ($5.1)        (3.6)           (0.8)
RT36          Cascades                                   $0.3          $1.5         ($0.7)     $0.8              $1.1        ($0.1)          $0.6           $0.9         0.5             0.7
RT37          Capitols                                   $3.6          $2.3         ($1.4)     $0.9              $4.5         $0.7           $1.6           $5.2         4.2             1.5
RT39          San Joaquins                              ($3.1)         $4.1         ($0.8)     $3.3              $0.2        ($0.5)          $2.7          ($0.3)        (0.6)           0.0
RT40          Adirondack                                ($0.7)         $0.9         ($0.7)     $0.2             ($0.4)       ($0.8)         ($0.6)         ($1.3)        (4.6)           (3.1)
RT41          Blue Water                                ($0.5)         $0.7         ($0.4)     $0.3             ($0.2)       ($0.3)          $0.0          ($0.5)        (2.1)           (0.1)
RT47          Washington-Newport News                   ($2.3)         $2.4         ($0.7)     $1.7             ($0.5)       ($0.0)          $1.7          ($0.6)        (0.7)           (0.4)
RT54          Hoosier State                             ($0.0)         $0.1         ($0.2)    ($0.1)            ($0.1)       ($0.0)         ($0.1)         ($0.1)        (3.1)           (1.5)
RT56          Kansas City-St.Louis                       $2.6          $0.3         ($0.9)    ($0.6)             $2.0        ($0.0)         ($0.6)          $2.0         7.3             2.7
RT57          Pennsylvanian                             ($0.1)         $0.8         ($0.3)     $0.5              $0.4         $0.0           $0.5           $0.5         0.7             0.7
RT65          Pere Marquette                            ($0.3)         $0.2         ($0.2)    ($0.0)            ($0.3)        $0.0           $0.0          ($0.3)        (2.8)           (2.3)
RT66          Carolinian                                ($3.2)         $1.1         ($0.5)     $0.6             ($2.6)       ($0.3)          $0.3          ($2.9)        (3.8)           (2.8)
RT67          Piedmont                                  ($0.2)        ($0.1)        ($0.2)    ($0.3)            ($0.6)       ($0.0)         ($0.3)         ($0.6)        (7.5)           (2.4)
RT92          Central Unknown (Crew Labor)               $0.0          $0.7          $0.0      $0.7              $0.7         $0.0           $0.7           $0.7           ---             ---
RT93          Crew Labor                                 $0.0          $0.5         ($0.0)     $0.5              $0.5        ($0.0)          $0.5           $0.5           ---             ---
RT96          Non NEC Special Trains                    ($2.6)         $2.2          $0.3      $2.5             ($0.1)       ($1.9)          $0.5          ($2.0)       (15.2)          (11.8)
              State Supported Rt Buses                   $0.0         ($0.0)        ($0.0)    ($0.0)            ($0.0)        $0.0          ($0.0)         ($0.0)          ---             ---
              Total                                    ($33.2)       $33.2         ($20.7)   $12.5            ($20.7)        ($1.6)        $10.9          ($22.3)        (2.1)           (0.6)


                                                                                                                                                                    Contribution /
Long Distance Trains                                                FRA          Total               Contribution /    Total Non- Total Costs Contribution /         (Loss) per     Contribution /
Route                                                Total        Defined Remaining Total Direct (Loss) after Direct     Direct     (Excl. Dep & (Loss) (Exclude     Pass Mile     (Loss) per Seat
Number       Train Name                             Revenue        Costs     Direct Costs  Costs        Costs            Costs          Int.)       Dep & Int)         (cents)       Mile (cents)
RT16         Silver Star                                ($0.5)         $2.6         ($1.3)     $1.3              $0.8        ($0.8)          $0.5           $0.0         (0.3)           (0.6)
RT18         Cardinal                                   ($0.2)         $0.6         ($0.6)    ($0.0)            ($0.2)       ($0.4)         ($0.4)         ($0.6)        (2.2)           (1.6)
RT19         Silver Meteor                               $2.1          $1.0         ($2.6)    ($1.5)             $0.6        ($1.5)         ($3.1)         ($0.9)        0.5             0.7
RT25         Empire Builder                             ($4.3)         $6.1         ($2.2)     $3.9             ($0.4)       ($1.4)          $2.5          ($1.9)        (1.5)           (0.4)
RT26         Capitol Limited                             $0.4          $2.3         ($0.7)     $1.6              $2.0        ($0.3)          $1.3           $1.7         2.4             0.9
RT27         California Zephyr                           $0.4        $11.4          ($2.5)     $9.0              $9.4        ($0.4)          $8.6           $9.1         4.1             2.0
RT28         Southwest Chief                            ($2.1)         $3.2         ($1.5)     $1.8             ($0.4)       ($1.2)          $0.6          ($1.6)        (1.5)           (0.3)
RT30         City of New Orleans                        ($0.4)         $2.9         ($0.7)     $2.2              $1.8        ($0.1)          $2.1           $1.7         1.6             1.3
RT32         Texas Eagle                                 $0.0          $3.7         ($1.0)     $2.7              $2.7        ($0.4)          $2.4           $2.4         1.6             0.8
RT33         Sunset Limited                              $0.2          $2.4         ($2.0)     $0.5              $0.7        ($0.5)          $0.0           $0.2         0.9             0.2
RT34         Coast Starlight                             $5.5         ($3.0)        ($4.6)    ($7.6)            ($2.1)       ($1.6)         ($9.2)         ($3.7)        2.5             1.8
RT45         Lake Shore Limited                         ($0.2)         $2.8         ($2.6)     $0.2              $0.0        ($0.9)         ($0.7)         ($0.9)        1.5             1.9
RT48         Palmetto                                   ($0.7)         $0.3         ($0.6)    ($0.4)            ($1.1)       ($0.4)         ($0.7)         ($1.4)        (3.7)           (1.3)
RT52         Crescent                                   ($0.6)         $2.3         ($1.0)     $1.2              $0.7        ($0.7)          $0.6           $0.0         (0.6)           0.0
RT63         Auto Train                                  $0.6          $2.0         ($2.2)    ($0.2)             $0.4        ($0.4)         ($0.5)          $0.1         (0.1)           (0.1)
             Total                                       $0.3        $40.7         ($26.1)   $14.6             $14.9       ($10.8)           $3.8           $4.1         0.2             0.4

                 Total All Trains                      ($131.6)      $81.8        ($56.2)     $25.6             ($106.0)     ($26.9)       ($1.3)        ($132.9)       (2.9)           (1.2)




                                                                                            C-3
ORKFORCE   TATISTICS
                                                                                             National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                                                                    Headcount Summary
                                                                                                              August 2009


                                                                 Core                                         Non-Core                                    Capital                                     Totals
                                                                               Variance                                       Variance                                    Variance                                    Variance
                                                   Actual        Budget       Fav (UnFav)       Actual         Budget        Fav (UnFav)    Actual        Budget         Fav (UnFav)    Actual        Budget         Fav (UnFav)
      Departments
      President's Office                                     4            4             0                 0              0             0              0              0             0              4              4             0
      Office of Inspector General                           88          89              1                 0              0             0              0              0             0             88             89             1
      General Counsel                                   120          127                7                 0              0             0              0              0             0         120               127             7
      Finance                                           261          266                5                 0              0             0              0              0             0         261               266             5
      Procurement                                       434          451               17                16             14            (2)             0              0             0         450               465           15
      Real Estate                                            0            0             0                25             26             1              0              0             0             25             26             1
      Amtrak Technologies                               236          250               14                0               0             0             59             20           (39)        295               270           (25)
      Government Affairs                                    31          30             (1)                0              0             0              0              0             0             31             30            (1)
      Labor Relations                                       34          35              1                 0              0             0              0              0             0             34             35             1
      Human Resources                                   174          182                8                 0              0             0              0              0             0         174               182             8
      Marketing & Sales                               1,267        1,293               26                0               0             0              2              2             0       1,269          1,295              26
      Strat Partnrshps & Bus Dev                            35          35              0                 0              1             1              0              0             0             35             36             1




D-1
      Operating Departments
       Chief Operating Officer                               6            7             1                 0              0             0              0              0             0              6              7             1
       Environmental Health and Safety                      44          43             (1)                0              0             0              0              0             0             44             43            (1)
       Police & Security                                423          438               15                 0              0             0              2              0            (2)        425               438           13
       Transportation                                 7,855        7,556            (299)            433            509              76              54              5           (49)      8,342          8,070             (272)
       Mechanical                                     3,902        3,808             (95)            348            349                1         508            436              (72)      4,758          4,593             (165)
       Engineering                                    1,937        1,722            (215)                4               0            (4)      1,085           1,013             (72)      3,026          2,735             (291)
       Engineering Reimbursable                              0            0             0            265            271                6              0              0             0         265               271             6
      Sub-Total Operating Departments               14,167        13,573            (594)          1,050          1,129              79        1,649           1,454            (195)     16,866         16,157             (709)
      Total Headcounts                              16,851        16,336            (515)          1,091          1,170              79        1,710           1,476            (234)     19,652         18,982             (670)


      Note:
      (1) Beginning in FY08 this report compares Actual vs. Budget Headcount. In previous Fiscal years this report compared Actual vs. Authorized Headcount.
      (2) Headcount totals on this report are from the SAP system and may not match the departmental headcount totals as reported on the Departmental Progress Reports.
      (3) As of July 2009, Police and the Office of Security & Spec Ops are combined
                                                                                              Headcount - Department Input Detail
                                                                                                                   August 2009

                                                         Total Core incl PRJ                 Commuter                           Reimbursable                         Commercial                        Total Non-Core                      Capital

                                                                           Variance                        Variance                             Variance                          Variance                             Variance                      Variance
                                                                             Fav/                            Fav/                                                                   Fav/                                 Fav/                          Fav/
                                                     Actual   Budget       (UnFav) Actual     Budget       (UnFav)     Actual     Budget       Fav/ (UnFav) Actual     Budget     (UnFav)     Actual      Budget       (UnFav)    Actual   Budget    (UnFav)

        President's Office                                4            4          0     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Office of Inspector General                      88         89            1     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        General Counsel
          General Counsel                               120        127            7     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
        Sub-Total General Counsel                       120        127            7     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Finance
           Finance                                      261        266            5     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           Corporate Common                               0          0            0     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
        Sub-Total Finance                               261        266            5     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Procurement                                     434        451          17     16          14            (2)       0            0                  0    0           0            0        16            14          (2)        0         0          0

        Real Estate                                       0            0          0     0              0         0         0            0                  0   25          26            1        25            26           1         0         0          0

        Amtrak Technologies                             236        250          14      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0        59        20        (39)

        Government Affairs                               31         30           (1)    0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Labor Relations                                  34         35            1     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Human Resources                                 174        182            8     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0

        Marketing & Sales
           Marketing And Sales                            0          0           0      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0




D-2
           Sales Distribution and Customer Service    1,120      1,142          22      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         2         2          0
           Chief Market Research & Analysis               6          7           1      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           Chief Mktg & Sales Promotion                  60         57          (3)     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           Summ Customer Svc Field Opns                  30         32           2      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           Summ Chief Svc. Deliv. & Ops Supp             41         43           2      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           VP Marketing & Product Mgmt                    3          3           0      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
           Chief, Prod Plan & Bus Strategy                7          9           2      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
        Sub-Total Marketing                           1,267      1,293          26      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         2         2          0

        Strat Partnrshps & Bus Dev
           Summ Strat Partnrshps & Bus Dev               35         35            0     0              0         0         0            1                  1    0           0            0         0               1         1         0         0          0
        Total Summ Strat Partnrshps & Bus Dev            35         35            0     0              0         0         0            1                  1    0           0            0         0               1         1         0         0          0

       Operating Departments
        Chief Operating Officer                           6          7           1      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
        Environmental Health and Safety                  44         43          (1)     0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         0         0          0
        Police                                          423        438          15      0              0         0         0            0                  0    0           0            0         0               0         0         2         0         (2)
        Transportation
        Sub-Total Transportation                      7,855      7,556         (299)   409        463           54        24           46              22       0           0            0       433           509          76        54         5        (49)
        Mechanical
        Sub-Total Mechanical                          3,902      3,808          (95)   290        280           (10)      57           68              11       1           1            0       348           349           1      508        436        (72)
        Engineering
           Engineering                                1,937      1,722         (215)     0         0             0         0            0               0       4           0           (4)        4             0          (4)    1,085     1,013        (72)
           Engineering - Reimbursable                     0          0            0      0         0             0       265          271               6       0           0            0       265           271           6         0         0          0
        Sub-Total Engineering                         1,937      1,722         (215)     0         0             0       265          271               6       4           0           (4)      269           271           2     1,085     1,013        (72)
       Sub-Total Operating Departments               14,167     13,573         (594)   699       743            44       346          385              39       5           1           (4)    1,050         1,129          79     1,649     1,454       (195)

      Total Headcounts                               16,851     16,336         (515)   715        757           42       346          386              40      30          27           (3)    1,091         1,170          79     1,710     1,476       (234)
                      National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
                             Employee Benefits Summary Analysis - August 2009
                                (Including Employees Assigned to Capital)

                                          ($ thousands - except calculations)




                                              Month         Variance to              YTD           Variance to
                                              Actual     Budget   Last Year         Actual      Budget   Last Year
                             1
Premium Based Benefits

Non-Agreement                                   1,515       5,465       4,448        65,670       9,737      (1,125)
Agreement                                      19,844         389         (95)      219,931       8,604      (4,262)
Total Premium Based Benefits                   21,359       5,855       4,354       285,602      18,341      (5,386)

Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA)
Non-Agreement 2                                    31         (15)        (15)          188          (23)       (10)
Agreement 2                                     6,150      (3,012)     (2,918)       37,494       (4,651)    (1,933)
Total FELA Cost                                 6,181      (3,027)     (2,933)       37,682       (4,675)    (1,943)

Average per Employee
Non-Agreement                                     540       1,889       1,651        23,511       2,742        526
Agreement                                       1,551         (65)       (123)       15,601       1,084        123
  Weighted Avg per Employee                     1,403         229         135        16,749       1,422        174


                         3
Payroll Based Benefits                         16,350       5,084       7,075       210,542      16,203        447

    Percentage of Payroll                         15%          4%         11%           18%          1%         0%


                             4
Other Employee Benefits                         2,663      (1,047)     (1,362)       17,987       (1,451)    (2,999)


Total Employee Benefits                        46,554       6,865       7,133       551,813      28,418      (9,882)



1
    Includes health, dental and life insurance, miscellaneous employee insurance, service fees and OPEB's.
    OPEB's represent the accrued expense for the future liability of health care for pensioned employees.
2
    Estimated split between Agreement and Non-agreement employees.
3
    Includes Railroad retirement and unemployment and sickness taxes.
4
    Includes Pension and fees, vacation accrual and miscellaneous employee services.




                                                         D-3
                                                                                  Amtrak
                                                                       Terminations and New Hires
                                                                         FY1998 - August FY2009



                                            Management
                                                                                                                                                        FY 09
                     FY1998      FY1999      FY2000      FY2001     FY2002     FY2003     FY2004    FY2005     FY2006     FY2007     FY2008    August           YTD
Terminations             192         167         287         263        487        254        164       155        195        254        156             7            123
Hires                    151         171         352         193        111        175        166       160        210        213        186            29            169
Net Change               (41)          4          65         (70)      (376)       (79)         2         5         15        (41)        30            22             46




                                            Agreement
                                                                                                                                                        FY 09
                     FY1998      FY1999      FY2000      FY2001     FY2002     FY2003     FY2004    FY2005     FY2006     FY2007     FY2008    August           YTD
Terminations           1,591       1,828       1,689       1,876      1,840      1,157      1,312     1,309      1,318      1,692      1,108            77          761
Furloughs                                                                                     387       651        498        252        216             3          148
Hires                   2,419       2,589       2,152      1,304      1,037        744      1,337     1,087      1,077      1,398      1,641            85        1,745
Net Change*               828         761         463       (572)      (803)      (413)        25      (222)      (241)      (294)       533             8          984




                                Total Management and Agreement Employees
                                                                                                                                                        FY 09
                     FY1998      FY1999      FY2000      FY2001     FY2002     FY2003     FY2004    FY2005     FY2006     FY2007     FY2008    August           YTD
Terminations           1,783       1,995       1,976       2,139      2,327      1,411      1,476     1,464      1,513      1,946      1,264         84             884
Furloughs                                                                                     387       651        498        252        216          3             148
Hires                   2,570       2,760       2,504      1,497      1,148        919      1,503     1,247      1,287      1,611      1,827        114           1,914
Net Change*               787         765         528       (642)    (1,179)      (492)        27      (217)      (226)      (335)       563         30           1,030

*Does not include Furloughs




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ERFORMANCE NDICATORS
                                                                                    National Railroad Passenger Corporation
                                                                                           Delay Minutes Performance Report - Summary
                                                                                                   for the Month of August, 2009



                                                                                        Amtrak Delays                                                             Host Railroads Delays
                                                                                     Top Three Delay Codes                                                        Top Three Delay Codes

                                                                                                             All Crew related
                                                    % of                                                     delays, delays in                                          Passenger Train   Freight Train                 Other Minutes
                                    Total Minutes   Total    Subtotal    Passenger Holds   Engine Failures         block         All Else   Subtotal    Slow Orders       Interference    Interference     All else        of Delay

      Northeast Corridor
           Acela                          10,392     2.6%        2,227              279                627                 18      1,303        7,643            466               496                39       6,642             522
           Northeast Regionals            33,363     8.4%       11,392            3,192              2,950                265      4,985       19,666          2,139             3,015               914      13,598           2,305
      Subtotal Northeast Corridor         43,755    11.0%       13,619            3,471              3,577                283      6,288       27,309          2,605             3,511               953      20,240           2,827

      Other Corridor Routes
           Vermonter                      3,378      0.8%          749               74                153                200        322       2,526           1,485               163              137          741             103
           Downeaster                     3,668      0.9%          639              148                  0                  1        490       2,520           1,566               313               82          559             509
           Clocker/Keystone               3,353      0.8%          867              161                399                 55        252       1,478              73               272                8        1,125           1,008
           Empire                        41,266     10.3%        4,929            1,674                779              1,192      1,284      30,344          11,865             2,891            2,188       13,400           5,993
           Hiawatha                       4,839      1.2%          810              379                 12                 62        357       3,990             417               226              542        2,805              39
           Illinois Services             21,740      5.4%        1,927              380                515                231        801      18,270           2,902             3,854            3,635        7,879           1,543
           Michigan Services             20,641      5.2%        4,280              909                772              1,253      1,346      14,883           2,510             2,311            3,456        6,606           1,478
           Missouri Services              3,344      0.8%          623              147                  0                 39        437       2,460             742               502              655          561             261
           Heartland Flyer                1,369      0.3%          131               43                  3                 35         50       1,072             686                 3              118          265             166
           Pacific Surfliner             19,367      4.9%        4,737            1,516                835                336      2,050      13,105             461             5,662              408        6,574           1,525




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           Cascades                      11,562      2.9%        2,932              461              1,008                247      1,216       7,268           1,232             1,464            1,244        3,328           1,362
           Capitols                       9,825      2.5%        1,765              348                201                126      1,090       6,389             768             1,864              545        3,212           1,671
           San Joaquins                  10,996      2.8%        2,075              382                291                306      1,096       7,629           1,411             3,556            1,519        1,143           1,292
           Hoosier State                  1,909      0.5%          100                8                 23                 53         16       1,654             877                 0              408          369             155
           Carolinian                     6,402      1.6%        2,146              953                255                238        700       3,341             696               899              425        1,321             915
           Pennsylvanian                  1,849      0.5%          811              355                223                 53        180       1,022             211                40              233          538              16
           Piedmont                       1,265      0.3%          285               86                  2                  0        197         866             274               293              199          100             114
      Subtotal Other Corridor           166,773     41.8%       29,806            8,024              5,471              4,427     11,884     118,817          28,176            24,313           15,802       50,526          18,150

      Long Distance
           Silver Star                   14,866      3.7%        3,508              956                919                262      1,371       8,192           2,053             1,635            1,456        3,048           3,166
           Cardinal                       5,508      1.4%        1,247              428                 63                 70        686       3,442           1,242               336              588        1,276             819
           Silver Meteor                 10,982      2.8%        2,786              830                367                159      1,430       5,965           1,237             1,520              924        2,284           2,231
           Empire Builder                17,717      4.4%        4,592            1,666                475                218      2,233      11,531           4,585               775            3,432        2,739           1,594
           Capitol Ltd.                   7,644      1.9%        2,025              953                274                381        417       4,541           1,175               142            1,225        1,999           1,078
           California Zephyr             26,618      6.7%        3,645              647                499              1,367      1,132      14,638           5,096             1,461            2,935        5,146           8,335
           Southwest Chief               12,364      3.1%        3,040            1,407                824                136        673       5,663           1,075               770              933        2,885           3,661
           City of New Orleans            9,860      2.5%          720              329                 89                 61        241       8,272           1,146               864            4,079        2,183             868
           Texas Eagle                   18,981      4.8%        2,703              772                453                442      1,036      11,168           3,333             1,214            2,790        3,831           5,110
           Sunset Ltd.                   11,472      2.9%        2,181              451                234                451      1,045       6,804           1,718               365            2,642        2,079           2,487
           Coast Starlight               14,773      3.7%        3,449              845                338                792      1,474       9,159           1,501             2,885            1,290        3,483           2,165
           Lake Shore Ltd.               16,499      4.1%        4,324            1,669                623                252      1,780      10,136           2,121             1,183            1,725        5,107           2,039
           Palmetto                       6,684      1.7%        1,580              481                197                111        791       3,654             614               893              681        1,466           1,450
           Crescent                       8,049      2.0%        1,437              489                208                191        549       4,262           1,402             1,117              573        1,170           2,350
           Auto Train                     6,387      1.6%          442               11                 81                 42        308       5,264             850             1,120            1,407        1,887             681
      Subtotal Long Distance            188,404     47.2%       37,679           11,934              5,644              4,935     15,166     112,691          29,148            16,280           26,680       40,583          38,034


      Total Minutes of Delay            398,932     100.0%      81,104           23,429            14,692               9,645     33,338     258,817          59,929            44,104           43,435     111,349           59,011
      Percentage of Total                                        20.3%              5.9%              3.7%                2.4%       8.4%       64.9%           15.0%             11.1%            10.9%        27.9%           14.8%
      Amtrak Host Railroad Performance
      August 2009

      Delay Minutes Per Train Start, Long Distance Trains

                                                                                                                                              Scheduled Recovery Mins                   August 2009
                                                                      Last Thirteen Months                                                     Per 100                  Average Delay   Under (Over)   Endpoint
      Primary RR                 Train                 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June Jul Aug                                  Route Miles     Per Trip   Mins Per Trip    Recovery        OTP
      Long Distance Trains Primarily on BNSF
         BNSF                Empire Builder                 276   231   214   203   655   464   281   139      247   238   272   254   271      9.3            241          271             (30)        72.6%
         BNSF               Southwest Chief                 236   227   238   174   203   166   187   137      114   141   207   226   147      8.9            201          147              53         87.1%

      Long Distance Train Primarily on CN/IC
         CN/IC             City of New Orleans              192   174   164   141   140   158   146   120      115   139   165   150   147      15.2           142          147             (6)         82.3%

      Long Distance Trains Primarily on CSX
         CSX                   Auto Train                   143   101   144   103   105   122   111   161      139   137   146   87    100      19.3           165          100              65        100.0%
         CSX                     Cardinal                   276   257   260   254   219   201   169   155      167   164   217   210   205      10.0           115          205             (90)        38.5%
         CSX                    Palmetto                    99    102   114   81    60    72    75    60       83    102   147   101   103      6.1             51          103             (52)        66.1%
         CSX                  Silver Meteor                 212   140   173   149   140   178   184   203      188   183   234   176   148      12.8           177          148              29         82.3%
         CSX                   Silver Star                  273   196   197   178   175   175   246   236      230   209   253   181   200      10.3           155          200             (45)        72.6%

      Long Distance Trains Primarily on CSX and NS
        CSX+NS               Capitol Limited                199   236   135   127   127   154   108   89       91    110   130   124   111      13.0            99          111             (12)        79.0%
        CSX+NS             Lake Shore Limited               266   267   225   217   304   259   204   85       179   184   202   253   249      12.6           147          249            (103)        74.2%




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      Long Distance Train Primarily on NS
          NS                   Crescent                     199   137   113   95    112   98    103   97       94    98    109   151   106      8.5            118          106             12          90.3%

      Long Distance Trains Primarily on UP
          UP                 Coast Starlight                340   350   294   190   359   220   227   207      233   203   202   210   221      18.4           256          221             34          80.6%
          UP                  Texas Eagle                   521   433   393   288   298   220   332   212      215   229   244   247   240      20.8           272          240             32          85.5%

      Long Distance Train Primarily on UP and BNSF
       UP+BNSF              California Zephyr               598   555   471   285   404   397   376   264      323   287   332   364   307      12.3           299          307             (8)         66.1%

      Long Distance Train Primarily on UP and CSX
        UP+CSX               Sunset Limited*                465   366   488   374   338   358   434   335      322   313   369   342   354      15.4           307          354             (47)        92.3%

                   Delay minutes less than or equal to scheduled recovery time
                   Delay minutes between scheduled recovery time and scheduled recovery time plus OTP tolerance
                   Delay minutes greater than scheduled recovery time plus OTP tolerance
                   OTP tolerance = 30 minutes for all trains listed above.
                   * Scheduled recovery for Sunset Ltd is for trip between Los Angeles and New Orleans
                   Source: Amtrak On Time Performance and Delay Reporting System




          August 2009 Host Railroad Performance Report                                                      Transportation
      Amtrak Host Railroad Performance
                                  Data Through: 8/31/2009
      Delay Minutes Summary                                          Minutes of Delay per 10,000 Train-Miles
                                                      Train-Miles      Year to Date                   This Month
      Host Railroad                                         % of Total Total Delays Total Delays Host RR Amtrak        3rd Pty
      BNSF                                         580,074       18.1%         1,222          1,097       696    241        160
      CN (IC + GTW)                                121,576        3.8%         2,082          2,222     1,914    180        127
      CP Rail (Soo + D&H)                           61,187        1.9%         1,687          1,973     1,485    294        194
      CSX Transportation                           509,562       15.9%         1,697          1,737     1,126    340        270
      Norfolk Southern                             200,811        6.3%         1,363          1,420       890    280        250
      Union Pacific                                523,632       16.4%         1,651          1,534       964    243        326

      Major Host Railroads Total                       1,996,843         62.4%      1,537     1,503     994      269       240
      Percent of Total Major Railroad Delay Mins                                            100.0%    66.1%    17.9%     16.0%

      Amtrak as Host RR (Primarily NEC)                 905,719          28.3%       654       654      353      232         70
      Percent of Total Amtrak Delay Minutes                                                 100.0%    54.0%    35.4%     10.6%




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      Other Host Railroads Total                        298,532           9.3%      1,448     1,542    1,107     292       143
      Percent of Total Other Host Delay Mins                                                100.0%    71.8%    18.9%      9.3%

      All Host RRs (Including Amtrak)                  3,201,094       100.0%       1,278     1,266     823      261       183
      Percent of Total Delay Minutes                                                        100.0%    65.0%    20.6%     14.4%




        August 2009 Host Railroad Performance Report               Transportation
      Amtrak Host Railroad Performance
                               Data Through: 8/31/2009
      Delay Minutes Detail                                              Minutes of Delay per 10,000 Train-Miles                Minutes of Delay per 10,000 Train-Miles                Minutes of Delay per 10,000 Train-Miles
                                                                            Delays Caused by Host Railroad                        Third Party and Unused Recovery              Delays Caused by Amtrak Passengers and Equipment
                                                                      Train Interference                                     Total Third            Unused               Total Amtrak
                                                   Total Host                                   Slow Signal            All    Party &              Recovery              Passengers & Psgr. - Crew & Loco         Car            All
      Host                                          Railroad    Freight Passenger Commuter Orders Delays Route M of W Other Unused Weather           Time    Third Party Equipment Related System Failure Failure Servicing Other
      BNSF                                                696       137         119        13     220      95    73 34     4        160         21      101           38          241       92      41       39      13       18     39
      CN (IC + GTW)                                     1,914       808         165        18     225     545    76 74     3        127          9      102           16          180     108       21       24       1        1     25
      CP Rail (Soo + D&H)                               1,485       203         124        18     809     105   176 49     0        194         11       25          159          294     210       15       23       4        0     42
      CSX Transportation                                1,126       194         173        18     274     231   145 78   12         270        116      121           32          340     170       47       46      16       13     49
      Norfolk Southern                                    890       150         153        23     229     173   104 50     7        250         25      157           68          280     140       49       48       4        4     35
      Union Pacific                                       964       195         244        13     184     170    87 48   23         326         14      251           61          243       87      40       36      18       22     41

      Major Host Railroads Total                         994       211       172          16  244   185  102              53   11      240         43    149          48          269     120       41       39      13      15      41
      Percent of Total Major Railroad Delay Mins       66.1%     14.0%     11.4%       1.1% 16.2% 12.3% 6.8%           3.5% 0.8%     16.0%      2.9%    9.9%       3.2%         17.9%    8.0%    2.7%     2.6%    0.9%    1.0%    2.7%

      Amtrak as Host RR (Primarily NEC)                  353         3         70         44      41      29      8      150    9        70        15      27         27          232       50      10       67      30      11      65
      Percent of Total Amtrak Delay Minutes            54.0%      0.5%     10.7%       6.7%    6.2%    4.5%    1.2%    23.0% 1.3%    10.6%      2.3%    4.2%       4.1%         35.4%    7.6%    1.5%    10.2%    4.6%    1.7%    9.9%

      Other Host Railroads Total                        1,107        46      170        326   347         85      90      41   3          143      34      48         61          292       97      22       43      14      11    105
      Percent of Total Other Host Delay Mins           71.8%      3.0%     11.0%      21.1% 22.5%      5.5%    5.8%    2.6% 0.2%         9.3%   2.2%    3.1%       4.0%         18.9%    6.3%    1.5%     2.8%    0.9%    0.7%    6.8%

      All Host RRs (Including Amtrak)                    823       137       143          53  196   132    74             79   10      183         34    105          43          261       98      30       47      18      13      54
      Percent of Total Delay Minutes                   65.0%     10.8%     11.3%       4.2% 15.5% 10.4% 5.8%           6.3% 0.8%     14.4%      2.7%    8.3%       3.4%         20.6%    7.7%    2.4%     3.7%    1.4%    1.1%    4.2%




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      Amtrak Host Railroad Performance
      August 2009

      Delay Categories Used In Minutes Of Delay Per 10,000 Train-Miles:

      Category & Code
      Used In OTP System                                                  Title, Explanation, or Examples:

         Host Railroad Responsible                      Delays:
      Freight Train Interference (FTI)                                    Delays from freight trains, including freight derailments
      Passenger Train Interfere (PTI)                                     Delays for meeting or following other passenger trains
      Commuter Train Interfere (CTI)                                      Delays for meeting or following commuter trains
      Slow Order Delays (DSR)                                             Temporary slow orders, except heat or cold orders
      Signal Delays (DCS)                                                 Signal failure or other signal delays, wayside defect-detector false-alarms,
                                                                          defective road crossing protection, efficiency tests, drawbridge stuck open
      Debris (DBS)                                                        Debris strikes (either vandalism or naturally-caused)
      Routing (RTE)                                                       Routing-dispatching delays including diversions, late track bulletins, etc.
      Maintenance of Way (DMW)                                            Maintenance of Way delays including holds for track repairs or MW foreman to clear
      Other (DTR)                                                         Delays from detours (DTR)




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          Amtrak Responsible                Delays:
      Passenger Related (HLD,ADA)                                         All delays related to passengers, including disabled (ADA), checked-baggage, sick passenger, etc.
      Crew & System (SYS)                                                 Delays related to crews including lateness, sick/injured employee, lone-engineer delays
      Locomotive Failure (ENG, CCR)                                       All delays caused directly or indirectly by mechanical failure on engines (ENG) or Cab Cars (CCR).
      Car Failure (CAR)                                                   All delays caused directly or indirectly by mechanical failure, on all types of cars
      Servicing (SVS)                                                     All switching and servicing delays, except for switching mail or express equipment
      All Other (OTH, CON, ITI, INJ)                                      Lost-on-run (OTH), holding for connections (CON), Initial terminal late turn ( ITI), injury delays (INJ)


        Third-Party Delays:
      Unused Recovery Time (NOD)                                          Waiting for scheduled departure time at a station
      Customs (CUI)                                                       U.S. and Canadian customs delays; Immigration-related delays
      Police-Related (POL)                                                Police/fire department holds on right-of-way or on-board trains
      Trespassers (TRS)                                                   Road crossing accidents, trespasser / animal strikes, vehicle stuck on track ahead,
                                                                          bridge strikes (off-Corridor)
      Drawbridge Openings (MBO)                                           Movable bridge openings for marine traffic where no bridge failure is involved
      Weather-Related (WTR)                                               All severe-weather delays, landslides or washouts / detours around same, earthquake-
                                                                          related delays, heat or cold orders




         August 2009 Host Railroad Performance Report                            Transportation
                                            ON-TIME PERFORMANCE REPORT
                                                     AUGUST 2009
                                                          August      August              FY09    FY08
       SERVICE
                                                              2009     2008    Change     YTD     YTD         Change

  Amtrak System                                           79.6%       68.1%      11.5%    80.0%   70.9%            9.2%


  Amtrak Premium                                          86.9%       87.0%      -0.1%    87.0%   83.8%            3.3%
Acela Express                                             86.9%       87.0%       -0.1%   87.0%   83.8%            3.3%


  Amtrak Corridor                                         84.6%       79.6%       5.0%    82.8%   79.6%            3.2%
Keystone                                                      94.0%   91.3%       2.7%    89.7%   88.0%            1.7%
Northeast Regional                                            80.1%   74.0%       6.1%    79.5%   75.5%            4.0%


   Short Distance                                         76.5%       63.9%      12.6%    78.8%   68.2%          10.6%
Capitols                                                      94.2%   90.1%       4.0%    92.2%   85.3%            6.9%
Carolinian                                                    51.6%   33.9%      17.7%    57.3%   37.7%           19.5%
Cascades                                                      72.4%   62.9%       9.5%    71.1%   64.8%            6.3%
Downeaster                                                    73.7%   52.9%      20.8%    73.7%   69.9%            3.8%
Empire Corridor                                               59.4%   58.6%       0.8%    75.6%   63.8%           11.8%
Heartland Flyer                                               93.5%   24.6%      69.0%    82.9%   51.4%           31.5%
Hiawatha                                                      87.0%   88.0%      -0.9%    87.4%   87.1%            0.3%
Hoosier State                                                 37.1%   30.6%       6.6%    51.7%   41.8%            9.9%
Illinois                                                      64.1%   49.6%      14.5%    70.2%   52.9%           17.3%
Michigan                                                      44.2%   19.7%      24.5%    43.1%   27.1%           16.0%
Missouri                                                      91.1%   19.4%      71.8%    71.8%   19.2%           52.5%
Pacific Surfliner                                             80.3%   69.1%      11.2%    83.1%   75.9%            7.2%
Pennsylvanian                                                 93.5%   74.2%      19.4%    96.1%   86.8%            9.4%
Piedmont                                                      69.0%   45.2%      23.8%    75.5%   71.2%            4.3%
San Joaquins                                                  92.7%   66.4%      26.3%    90.0%   82.4%            7.6%
Vermonter                                                     88.7%   77.4%      11.3%    88.4%   35.9%           52.5%


   Long Distance                                          78.3%       48.7%      29.7%    74.3%   54.0%          20.2%
Auto Train                                                100.0%      90.7%       9.3%    88.1%   80.7%            7.4%
California Zephyr                                         66.1%        4.8%      61.3%    58.2%   32.3%           25.9%
Capitol Limited                                           79.0%       22.6%      56.5%    69.7%   34.6%           35.1%
Cardinal                                                  38.5%       18.5%      19.9%    45.6%   32.6%           13.0%
City of New Orleans                                       82.3%       32.8%      49.5%    82.6%   63.9%           18.7%
Coast Starlight                                           80.6%       37.1%      43.5%    81.5%   63.0%           18.4%
Crescent                                                  90.3%       51.6%      38.7%    84.5%   66.5%           18.0%
Empire Builder                                            72.6%       74.2%      -1.6%    74.5%   67.4%            7.1%
Lake Shore Ltd                                            74.2%       62.9%      11.3%    74.7%   58.2%           16.6%
Palmetto                                                  66.1%       58.1%       8.1%    66.9%   50.6%           16.3%
Silver Meteor                                             82.3%       61.4%      20.9%    71.3%   65.0%            6.3%
Silver Star                                               72.6%       47.5%      25.1%    66.0%   42.8%           23.2%
Southwest Chief                                           87.1%       66.1%      21.0%    84.8%   65.0%           19.8%
Sunset Limited                                            92.3%       48.1%      44.2%    78.4%   25.0%           53.4%
Texas Eagle                                               85.5%        1.6%      83.9%    73.3%   17.6%           55.7%




                                                                                                      September 8, 2009
 Issued by the Office of the Vice President, Transportation                                                         GG


                                                                      E-7
   APPENDIX:




AGENCY SUMMARY
        OF
KEY FINANCIAL DATA
Amtrak Key Financial Data: Condensed Summary


Income Statement                                      For the Month Ending Aug FY09
(Millions of Dollars)                   FY09          FY09      Variance      FY08           Variance
                                        Actual       Budget    Fav/(Unfav)   Actual         Fav/(Unfav)
Revenue
    Passenger Related                     $145.1       $171.9        ($26.8)     $165.2          ($20.1)
    Other Revenue                           51.0         52.5          (1.5)       48.2             2.8
Total Revenue                              196.1        224.4         (28.3)      213.4           (17.3)

Expenses
    Core                                   270.2           291.3       21.1       273.8             3.6
    Non-Core                                17.2            17.4        0.2        17.7             0.5
Total Expenses                             287.4           308.7       21.3       291.5             4.1

Operating Result                           (91.3)          (84.3)      (7.0)       (78.1)         (13.2)
Interest Expense, net                        8.9             7.2       (1.7)         7.3           (1.6)
Loss from Operations                      (100.2)          (91.5)      (8.7)       (85.4)         (14.8)

Discontinued Operations                      0.0             0.0        0.0          0.0            0.0

Net Loss                                  (100.2)          (91.5)      (8.7)       (85.4)         (14.8)

Depreciation/OPEBs
    Core                                    64.2            59.0        5.2         67.6           (3.4)
    Non-Core                                 0.0             0.0        0.0          0.0            0.0
Total Depreciation/OPEBs/PRJ/Int (1)        64.2            59.0        5.2         67.6           (3.4)

Adjusted Result (Loss)                    ($36.0)      ($32.5)        ($3.5)      ($17.8)        ($18.2)


Income Statement                                       For the Year to Date Aug FY09
(Millions of Dollars)                   FY09          FY09       Variance       FY08         Variance
                                        Actual       Budget     Fav/(Unfav)    Actual       Fav/(Unfav)
Revenue
    Passenger Related                   $1,526.6     $1,763.1       ($236.5)   $1,647.1         ($120.5)
    Other Revenue                          607.2        579.1          28.1       581.2            26.0
Total Revenue                            2,133.8      2,342.2        (208.4)    2,228.3           (94.5)

Expenses
    Core                                 2,993.6      3,128.7         135.1      2,889.2         (104.4)
    Non-Core                               197.2        193.4          (3.8)       186.0          (11.2)
Total Expenses                           3,190.8      3,322.1         131.3      3,075.2         (115.6)

Operating Result                        (1,057.0)       (979.9)       (77.1)      (846.9)        (210.1)
Interest Expense, net                       99.1          79.9        (19.2)        81.6          (17.5)
Net Result (Loss)                       (1,156.1)     (1,059.8)       (96.3)      (928.5)        (227.6)

Discontinued Operations                      0.0             0.0        0.0          0.0            0.0

Net Loss                                (1,156.1)     (1,059.8)       (96.3)      (928.5)        (227.6)

Depreciation/OPEBs
    Core                                   725.4           636.8       88.6       602.4          123.0
    Non-Core                                 0.0             0.0        0.0         0.0            0.0
Total Depreciation/OPEBs/PRJ/Int (1)       725.4           636.8       88.6       602.4          123.0

Adjusted Result (Loss)                   ($430.7)     ($423.0)        ($7.7)    ($326.1)        ($104.6)

Note: Net Result (Loss) excludes Federal and State Capital payments recorded as Revenue.
(1)
      Format has changed from prior month's reports to match current income statement format.


                                                 APP - 1
Amtrak Key Financial Data: Condensed Summary


Balance Sheet                           Aug            Jul                       Aug
(Millions of Dollars)                   FY09          FY09         Change        FY08            Change

Current Assets                             $833.9        $932.6       ($98.7)       $851.1            ($17.2)
Current Liabilities                         947.6         934.7         12.9         945.1               2.5
     Working Capital                       (113.7)         (2.1)      (111.6)        (94.0)            (19.7)

L/T Debt and Cap Lease Obligat            2,708.4       2,709.7         (1.3)      3,001.0            (292.6)
Other Liabilities and Defer Credits       1,950.3       1,939.7         10.6       2,169.6            (219.3)




Cash Flow                               Aug           Aug                                     Current Forecast
(Millions of Dollars)                  Actual        Budget        Variance       Sep              Oct              Nov

Beginning Invested Balance                 $499.0        $418.6       $80.4         $397.8

Net Cash Flow
     Budget Result                          (35.9)        (37.1)         1.2         (45.4)
     Cash/Timing Adjustments                  6.0          21.1        (15.1)          8.6
     Capital, net                           (61.5)        (70.1)         8.6         (98.6)
     Financing Activities                    (9.8)        (10.2)         0.4         (18.8)
     Federal Funding                          0.0           0.0          0.0          12.1
Net Change in Cash                         (101.2)        (96.3)        (4.9)       (142.1)

Ending Invested Balance                   $397.8        $322.3        $75.5        $255.7
    Net of Float                          $363.8        $283.4        $80.4        $199.1

Cash Flow Forecast                                                              Current           Prior           Variance
    Ending Invested Balance - Fiscal Year-end                                   $255.7           $255.2             $0.5
    Net of Float                                                                $199.1           $205.2            ($6.1)




                                                       For the Year to Date Aug FY09
Operating Statistics                   FY09           FY09                        FY08
                                       Actual        Budget       Variance       Actual          Variance

Unadjusted Ticket Revenue ($m)           $1,475.0      $1,702.4      ($227.4)     $1,591.4           ($116.4)

Passenger Miles (millions)                5,436.7       5,906.6       (469.9)      5,661.5            (224.7)
Ridership (thousands)                     25,003        27,581        (2,578)      26,411             (1,408)
On-Time Performance                         80.0%         85.0%        (5.0%)        70.9%              9.1%

Average Passenger Load p/Train              158.9         171.3        (12.4)        165.0                (6.1)

Total Headcount                            19,652        18,982        (670)        18,830             (822)




                                                       APP - 2
Amtrak Key Financial Data: Income Statement Highlights
(Thousands of Dollars)


                                                         For the Month Ending Aug FY09
                                                                    Variance                   Variance
                                         Actual         Budget    Fav / (Unfav) Prior Period Fav / (Unfav)

Revenue
    Passenger Related                    $145,114        $171,910      ($26,796)     $165,233    ($20,119)
    Commuter                               11,986          11,446           540         9,361       2,625
    Reimbursable                            7,752           7,074           678         8,867      (1,115)
    Commercial                              7,364           5,362         2,002         5,953       1,411
    Other Non-Passenger                    16,435          13,786         2,649        14,181       2,254
    State Supported Trains                  7,486          14,798        (7,312)        9,799      (2,313)
Total Revenue                             196,137         224,376       (28,239)      213,394     (17,257)

Operating Expenses
    Core/Projects                         270,192         291,281       21,089        273,779       3,587
    Commuter                                8,910           9,438          528          8,618        (292)
    Reimbursable                            7,341           6,817         (524)         8,314         973
    Commercial                                913           1,110          197            721        (192)
Total Operating Expenses                  287,356         308,646       21,290        291,432       4,076

Operating Result (Loss)                    (91,219)        (84,270)      (6,949)      (78,038)    (13,181)

Interest Expense, net                        8,875          7,246        (1,629)        7,320      (1,555)

Loss from Continuing Ops                 (100,094)         (91,516)      (8,578)      (85,358)    (14,736)

Discontinued Operations                         0                0            0             0           0
Net Loss                                 (100,094)         (91,516)      (8,578)      (85,358)    (14,736)

Total Depreciation/OPEBs/PRJ/Int (1)       64,167          58,992         5,175        67,606      (3,439)

Adjusted Result (Loss)                   ($35,927)       ($32,524)      ($3,403)     ($17,752)   ($18,175)


Note: Net Result (Loss) excludes Federal and State Capital payments recorded as Revenue.
(1)
      Format has changed from prior month's reports to match current income statement format.




                                                      APP - 3
Amtrak Key Financial Data: Income Statement Highlights
(Thousands of Dollars)


                                                          For the Year to Date Aug FY09
                                                                     Variance                   Variance
                                         Actual         Budget     Fav / (Unfav) Prior Period Fav / (Unfav)

Revenue
    Passenger Related                  $1,526,570      $1,763,136     ($236,566)   $1,647,074    ($120,504)
    Commuter                              136,222         128,909         7,313       117,592       18,630
    Reimbursable                           87,468          79,073         8,395        85,170        2,298
    Commercial                             70,930          60,099        10,831        67,507        3,423
    Other Non-Passenger                   168,975         148,328        20,647       158,452       10,523
    State Supported Trains                143,588         162,687       (19,099)      152,506       (8,918)
Total Revenue                           2,133,753       2,342,232      (208,479)    2,228,301      (94,548)

Operating Expenses
    Core/Projects                       2,993,614       3,128,732      135,118      2,889,158     (104,456)
    Commuter                              101,745         105,380        3,635         96,071       (5,674)
    Reimbursable                           85,940          76,509       (9,431)        81,535       (4,405)
    Commercial                              9,527          11,532        2,005          8,424       (1,103)
Total Operating Expenses                3,190,826       3,322,153      131,327      3,075,188     (115,638)

Operating Result (Loss)                 (1,057,073)      (979,921)      (77,152)     (846,887)    (210,186)

Interest Expense, net                      99,130          79,894       (19,236)       81,628      (17,502)

Loss from Continuing Ops                (1,156,203)     (1,059,815)     (96,388)     (928,515)    (227,688)

Discontinued Operations                          0               0            0             0            0
Net Loss                                (1,156,203)     (1,059,815)     (96,388)     (928,515)    (227,688)

Total Depreciation/OPEBs/PRJ/Int (1)      725,408         636,785       88,623        602,394      123,014

Adjusted Result (Loss)                  ($430,795)      ($423,030)      ($7,765)    ($326,121)   ($104,674)


Note: Net Result (Loss) excludes Federal and State Capital payments recorded as Revenue.
(1)
      Format has changed from prior month's reports to match current income statement format.




                                                      APP - 4
Amtrak Key Financial Data: Balance Sheet Highlights
(Thousands of Dollars)


                                          As of:
                                           Aug                Jul                           Aug
                                          FY09               FY09            Change         FY08         Change
Assets
Current Assets
    Cash and cash equivalents              $492,660          $600,906        ($108,246)     $528,347      ($35,687)
    Accounts receivable, net                129,725           112,471           17,254       100,740        28,985
    Materials and supplies                  168,009           169,135           (1,126)      168,482          (473)
    Other current assets                     43,531            50,055           (6,524)       53,545       (10,014)
Total Current Assets                        833,925           932,567          (98,642)      851,114       (17,189)

Property and Equipment, net                8,469,621         8,442,378         27,243       8,416,536       53,085
Other Assets, Deposits and Deferred        1,064,059         1,057,225          6,834       1,210,127     (146,068)

Total Assets                             $10,367,605       $10,432,170        ($64,565)   $10,477,777    ($110,172)

Liabilities and Capitalization
Current Liabilities
    Accounts payable                       $218,321          $219,383          ($1,062)     $227,391       ($9,070)
    Accrued expenses/liabilities            502,011           479,327           22,684       481,434        20,577
    Deferred ticket revenue                  82,245            91,010           (8,765)      106,223       (23,978)
    Current Maturities of L/T debt          144,977           144,977                0       130,094        14,883
Total Current Liabilities                   947,554           934,697           12,857       945,142         2,412

L/T debt and lease obligations             2,708,386         2,709,687         (1,301)      3,001,019     (292,633)
Other Liabilities and deferred credits     1,950,287         1,939,650         10,637       2,169,606     (219,319)

Total Liabilities                          5,606,227         5,584,034         22,193       6,115,767     (509,540)

Capitalization                             4,761,378         4,848,136         (86,758)     4,362,010     399,368

Total Liabilities and Capitalization     $10,367,605       $10,432,170        ($64,565)   $10,477,777    ($110,172)


                                          As of:
                                           Aug                Jul                           Aug
Key Indicators                            FY09               FY09            Change         FY08         Change

     Working Capital                       ($113,629)             ($2,130)   ($111,499)      ($94,028)    ($19,601)
     Working Capital Ratio                    0.8801               0.9977      (0.1176)        0.9005      (0.0204)

     Debt Ratio                              0.2752               0.2736       0.0016         0.2988       (0.0236)

     Capitalization                       $4,761,378        $4,848,136        ($86,758)    $4,362,010    $399,368




                                                        APP - 5

								
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