Aaaaaaand, Marshall TX elevator is "out of service indefinitely" as of March 8th. Amtrak shouid know that this is illegal. I await the next round of lawsuits against them. The compliance deadline was *2010*. Amtrak hasn't even *started* work on Elko (100% Amtrak responsibility), North Philadelphia (Amtrak/SEPTA), Coatesville (Amtrak/SEPTA), Harper's Ferry (Amtrak/MARC), Parkesburg (Amtrak/SEPTA), Clifton Forge (100% Amtrak), and now it's broken Marshall (100% Amtrak). This is just basic wheelchair access, apart from other ADA issues. I can sort of forgive SEPTA, which is in the middle of a massive wheelchair access program systemwide, but Amtrak's inability to fix/maintain the three remaining inaccessible stations which are its sole responsibility is pathetic. I mean, probably CSX is making trouble at Clifton Forge and Harper's Ferry (so has Amtrak sued them as it has the right to do?). But it shouldn't take 12 days + "indefinitely" to repair the elevator at Marshall. Which is Amtrak's legal responsibility. And fixing Elko is *easy*.