The Washington State train speeds reached a recordbreaking speed of 93.6 mph during the second day of a 100-day test run in the Pacific Northwest.
The train went at 94.8 mph on the final day of testing, according to a news release from the state Department of Transportation.
The new record-breaking speed marks the fourth time in a row that the train has been recorded at the top speed of 96 mph, according the news release.
The test run was scheduled to end Monday, but the first day of the 100-week test ran was canceled because of an emergency.
State officials had originally planned to end the 100 days of testing by June 30, but it was delayed by a fire.