A pair of Amtrak trains in Michigan have stopped service for at least two weeks.
Both of those trains travel through Southwest Michigan. WSJM reports that Wolverine trains 350 and 355, which serve the area between Chicago and Pontiac, have been suspended without alternate transportation through at least September 17.
Amtrak says a lack of manpower and equipment is the reason for the suspension of service. Trains 351, 352, 353 and 354 — which run between Chicago and Port Huron — are operating normally. You can view the changes in schedule at Amtrak.com.