MINEOLA, NY (CBSNewYork) – The Long Island Rail Road is upgrading its communication system for waiting commuters.
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They’re installing more GPS devices and sensors that’ll help get needed information to riders during service disruptions.
It’s welcome news to customers.READ MORE: Suffolk Police: Franklyn Charles, 18, Charged For Crash That Killed Jennifer Figueroa, 30, In Wyandanch
The rail road is spending $3.5 million this year in the upgrade, designed to give people like Jenna Parente the information she needs and wants.
“How long the delay is. When I’m going to get home,” she said.MORE NEWS: New York Weather: CBS2’s 10/23 Saturday Morning Forecast
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