Time Lapse Video of Crews Moving Bridge Into Place Is Available Here

 

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that crews working to eliminate the New Hyde Park Road railroad crossing on the border of New Hyde Park and Garden City successfully installed a new three-bay bridge that will carry the Long Island Rail Road Main Line over the roadway, and an accompanying underpass.

Addition Increases the Number of Riders Who Can Access Vital Real-Time Information: Car Capacity Tracker, GPS Location and More

 

The Long Island Rail Road today announced that Korean has been added to the group of languages included in its recently revamped TrainTime app. This will allow more customers to easily navigate their commute, and, with the capacity tracker function, gauge the number of seats available in each car at any time so that they can make informed decisions based on real-time data showing how many customers are on each train car.

Major LIRR Expansion Project Milestone to Take Place July 11-12 

 

This Weekend There Will Be No LIRR Service from New Hyde Park to Hicksville Stations

 

Other Service Changes, Timetable Adjustments for All LIRR Branches; Details Below

 

MTA Announces Virtual Public Hearings on Fare and Toll Policy to Begin Dec. 1

 

MTA Unveils Proposed Fare and Toll Adjustments for Public Comment

 

Storage Facility Expansion Will Support Rail Service for East Side Access

 

MTA Construction & Development (C&D) and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) have completed major construction on the Mid-Suffolk Train Storage Yard in Ronkonkoma. The project will increase future capacity and reliability for the railroad as part of LIRR Expansion.

Bridge Over School Street on Border of Westbury and New Cassel Replaces Railroad Crossing Where Fatal Accident Occurred in February 2019

 

View Time Lapse Video of Crews Moving Bridge Into Place and Photos From This Weekend

 

Major LIRR Expansion Project Milestone to Take Place Oct. 3-4

 

This Weekend There Will Be No LIRR Service from Jamaica to Hicksville Stations

 

Other Service Changes, Timetable Adjustments for All LIRR Branches; Details Below

 

13 Stores Line Both Sides of the Lefferts Boulevard Bridge Over the Long Island Rail Road

 

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced it is seeking a master tenant to renovate, lease and operate three buildings that are currently home to 13 storefronts totaling 14,500 square feet in Kew Gardens, Queens.

Complex System In Place on Metro-North and LIRR Ahead of Federal Deadline -- Herculean Accomplishment in Face of COVID-19 Challenges

 

Both Railroads Certified for Meeting Full Implementation Before End of Year

 

See Video of the Announcement