January Was LIRR’s Worst Month In More Than 2 DecadesIf you were late riding the Long Island Railroad last month, you weren’t alone.
LIRR: Port Washington Service Restored Following Broken RailLong Island Sen. Todd Kaminsky is calling on the LIRR to look into the recent delays and cancellations.
Signal Problems Snarl LIRR Service During Evening CommuteLong Island Railroad service was suspended in both directions between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica for almost an hour due to a signal problem.
Patchogue Residents Fed Up With Noise, Fumes From Idling LIRR TrainsRails have been rattling and shaking with idling diesel engines, and now residents in one Long Island community want it to stop.
Disabled Vet Calls On LIRR To Improve Accommodations For Riders In WheelchairsA disabled veteran is taking on the largest commuter rail system in the nation, demanding more accommodations for riders in wheelchairs and scooters.
Lynbrook LIRR Station ‘In Drastic Need Of Repairs,’ Riders ComplainThe LIRR promises a fix could be as soon as six months away, but some in Lynbrook said that is too long to wait.
Homeowners, LIRR Commuters At Odds Over Proposed Railroad ExpansionA contentious meeting was expected in the suburbs on Thursday night, over the proposed expansion of the Long Island Railroad Tracks.
LIRR's On-Time Performance Gets Worse 4th Year In RowThe Long Island Railroad’s on-time performance isn’t getting any better.
Riders Open Wallets Wider As MTA Fare Hikes Kick InYour commute into New York City is going to cost you more as MTA fare and toll hikes went into effect Sunday.
Couple Documents Their 40 Year Love Story With 10,000 Love NotesThe couple has 10,000 love notes filled with endless 'I love yous.' Bill Bresnan has written a letter to his wife Kris every day since they met in 1974.
Cold Spring Harbor LIRR Commuters: Too Many Cars, Not Enough SpacesMany cars and not enough parking spaces—it’s a problem all too familiar to railroad commuters. Now, some are paying a hefty price for trying to solve it on their own.
Report: LIRR To Spend $14 Million To Replace Recently Upgraded EscalatorsThe Long Island Rail Road plans to spend $14 million to replace six escalators that were upgraded less than two years ago.