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In early 2014, US-based passenger train service Amtrak recently announced the possibility of a novel travel programme on demand, after a few hopeful suggestions for the same on Twitter were met with unexpectedly prompt and positive responses.

The idea is to enable a certain section of people to acquire the best possible requirements to fulfil their job. Initial test-applicants described it as an extremely unique experience and one that helps to come out of the normal way of life to something completely different.

The test-run has now resulted in what Amtrak describes as 'overwhelming demand' for more of the same across USA. It is supposed to provide the ideal conditions for people of a certain profession.

What does this travel programme aim to do?

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