Traffic has been a hot topic on the North Fork in recent years. As we enter the fall harvest season, the issue is on everyone’s mind.
If you’re wondering what local officials are doing about traffic along our highways, you’ll have a chance to ask them at the next Times Review Talks. READ
There will be road closures around Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead Saturday morning as the hospital and other agencies conduct a “mass casualty drill.” READ
A draft report examining traffic calming solutions makes a number of recommendations on how to address Mattituck Hamlet center, including the intersection of Route 25, Love Lane and Old Sound Road. READ
Sections of Sound Avenue will be closed Monday as Riverhead Town highway crews pave parts of the road, according to Highway Superintendent George “Gio” Woodson.
On a typical Fourth of July weekend, Main Road in Orient and East Marion is already stressed to a breaking point, as hundreds of tourists head east visit the picturesque farms at the tip of the North Fork.
Planning to head out of town at night? Then you should probably avoid the Long Island Expressway for the next few months. READ
The ongoing debate of how to make the intersection of Love Lane, Route 25 and Old Sound Avenue safer continued Saturday morning when approximately 50 community members gathered at Mattituck Presbyterian Church. READ
Plans for so-called scoot trains, which were once envisioned as a way of increasing Long Island Rail Road service to the North Fork, have been put on hold after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority learned the trains are incompatible with the LIRR’s network.
In an effort to reduce power outages in Southold Town, PSEG Long Island crews will be in the area over the next few months to upgrade its equipment.
If you’re a regular North Ferry rider still bothered by long lines from Greenport, don’t expect relief anytime soon. READ