Long Island Railroad
The Long Island Rail Road is considered one of the busiest railroads in the United States, providing roughly 300,000 daily rides. So it’s no surprise that hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders are sitting on […]
There are eight days and counting until a possible Long Island Railroad strike that could severely disrupt the commutes for more than 300,000 riders.
Commuting into New York City is more than just a commute –it’s a lifestyle. But with all the congestion and traffic, we sometimes forget the beautiful scenic views we come across as we head into NYC.
Widespread power outages were affecting parts of the area, especially customers in Connecticut and Long Island.
Long Island Railroad service has been suspended from Speonk to Montauk after a truck hit a railroad overpass near the Hampton Bays.
As two 640-ton machine began boring four tunnels to connect Long Island Railroad’s main line to the Grand Central Terminal, officials did a little celebrating and bragging.
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LIRR President Helena Williams said the completion “signals a new era of switch control for the LIRR at a critical junction” and meant “better reliability for our customers.”
Cocktail hour on the suburban commuter rail lines was likely to get a little more expensive Monday.
Over the weekend, the railroad’s $56 million upgrade project left a long trail of frustration.
After a weekend of delays and cancelled trains, it appears the Long Island Rail Road will be back on track to start the work week – but this won’t be the end to the ambitious upgrade work.
The LIRR, the nation’s oldest commuter railroad modernizing an aging infrastructure means fewer trains and longer delays this weekend.
LIRR officials noted that while they’re always working to improve on time performance, this year’s numbers included delays caused by major weather and infrastructure-related incidents.
A track fire on Sunday night is causing problems on some lines of the Long Island Railroad. Service Kew Gardens and Forest Hills from Penn Station has been affected.
For the first time in a week, Long Island Railroad riders were being told to expect a normal commute.