All service on the Northeast Corridor Line is electric and uses either Budd/GE Arrow III electric cars built in 1978 or push-pull locomotive trains hauled by ALP-46/A locomotives. These trains are made up of Comet series cars or the new Bombardier Transportation Multilevels. The longest Multilevel trains use one ALP-46 locomotive on both ends of the train in a "pull-pull" arrangement, in order to supply adequate head-end power to all coaches without voltage drop.
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