Who’s taking the train to Thanksgiving?

Some question, though safety protocols are in place, whether offering promotional fares sends the wrong message

A million Americans a day are traveling, though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised people to not travel this Thanksgiving because of soaring cases of COVID-19 across the country.

Thanksgiving week is usually the busiest travel week of the year on the rails. Correspondent Leah Mishkin went to both New York and Newark’s Penn Stations to see if many are willing to risk a journey by train this Thanksgiving. Here’s what she found.