Currently, we only have Philadelphia to New Haven. Adding New Haven - Boston would mean operating the Acela Express train at 150 MPH, the fastest operating speed and currently, one of the fastest trains in America under the Avelia, the new Acela. New Haven - Boston also has very historical stations like New London Union Stations. This would also mean that Shore Line East train services can be played. Shore Line East runs from New Haven - New London, and sometimes go to Grand Central and other places west of New Haven. Shore Line East uses GP40-H2's, P40DC's, and Mafersa Coach and Cab Cars. Shore Line East also plans to use the M9 EMU's used for Metro North and New Haven Railroad in the future. This route also has another route called MBTA and they run from Boston to Providence which is only a small part of MBTA included in the tracks of the NEC. This entire route has lots of curves and straights with 150 MPH zones so it would make a challenge on maintaining a steady speed. There is nothing else to say about this route except for it has some of the coolest places on the NEC.