Amtrak has posted new Terms and Conditions, the sort of thing that most people just confirm reading with a click and then ignore. One item included is a new requirement that all disputes with Amtrak be resolved through binding arbitration and not through courts. I'm not an attorney, so I cannot make any expert comments on the extent of the requirement or its enforceability, but the wording makes it seem pretty all-encompassing and onerous. It even appears you are, in theory, giving up your right to sue even for personal injury in an accident. Here is the Amtrak notice: The full text of the Arbitration Agreement can be found HERE. Would be interested in hearing from anyone who has a better legal handle on these kinds of agreements and what it all means in the real world.