Amtrak Issues 2022 Diversity Report

Amtrak reported this week that it has made progress in meeting its long-term diversity, inclusion and belonging goals.

The passenger carrier’s annual diversity report showed slight increases in representation of multiple racial and ethnic groups in its management workforce, including a 0.8 percent increase in Hispanic and Latino employees, a 0.4 percent increase in Asian employees and a 0.3 percent increase in Black employees, according to the report.

Amtrak management by the end of 2022 was 56.5 percent white, 21.9 percent Black, 9.5 percent Asian, 5.9 percent Hispanic/Latino, 0.4 percent American Indian/Alaskan Native and 0.3 percent Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. About 2 percent of management employees were two or more races, while 3.6 percent did not disclose their race or ethnicity, according to the report.

The unionized workforce was reported to have gained a 1.2 percent increase in Black workers, 0.3 percent increase in Hispanic/Latino workers and 0.1 percent increases in the American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander categories.

The report can be found on the Amtrak website at

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