The Long Island Rail Road has made schedule changes in response to requests from local officials and transportation advocates over the past year.
One of those changes, which went into effect Monday, is the addition of a weekday train leaving Greenport at 9:43 a.m. and arriving at Penn Station in Manhattan at 12:33 p.m.
The Long Island Rail Road grade crossing at Love Lane in Mattituck will be closed to traffic Wednesday as crews update the infrastructure. READ
The Long Island Rail Road is planning track work at the Silvermere Road crossing in Greenport on Wednesday, May 17 and the road will be closed. READ
The Long Island Rail Road plans to double service to the North Fork starting in late 2017 or 2018, according to deputy general manager George Fletcher, one of three LIRR officials who addressed the Greenport Village Board last Thursday.
A revised train schedule would add more weekday trains and seasonal weekend service to the North Fork, according to Southold Town planning director Heather Lanza. READ
The Long Island Rail Road announced that buses will substitute midday trains at Mattituck, Southold and Greenport on Wednesday, March 22 and March 29 as maintenance crews replace switches at two of the stations. READ
An MTA employee was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital after suffering a hand injury while on a “working train” that was clearing snow off the track in Laurel Thursday morning, according to the Mattituck Fire Department. READ
An effort to increase train service to the East End has come one step closer to fruition, State Assemblyman Fred Thiele (I-Sag Harbor) announced in a press release Monday.
The eponymous Long Island Rail Road bridge on Bridge Lane in Cutchogue will be closed later this month for repairs, according to a spokesperson from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Riders of the Long Island Rail Road will no longer have to scramble to buy tickets at the station in the waning seconds before the doors to their train close. READ