On the heels of upgrades at Penn Station, Amtrak wants more to be done to improve our aging rail infrastructure.

The rail company is calling for the construction of two more tunnels under the Hudson River allowing crews to repair the original century-old tunnels, flooded during hurricane Sandy.

The plan also calls for replacing the 100-year old Portal North Bridge in New Jersey, one of the busiest train bridges in the hemisphere.

This is a big push by Amtrak for funding as ridership is increasing faster than investments in new infrastructure.