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In the United States, freight railroads provide the literal foundation for most intercity passenger rail. Other than the Northeast Corridor, Amtrak trains and state-supported route trains operate on tracks owned by freight railroads, as do most commuter railroads. Expanding passenger rail operations over the nation's freight rail network involves significant opportunities and challenges. Host freight railroads follow these principles when considering proposals for commuter or passenger rail service: