The state won’t have to acquire any houses to complete a third set of rails on the Long Island Rail Road’s main line, Gov. Cuomo announced.
On Long Island today to push for a third track for the Long Island Rail Road’s Main Line, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo wondered aloud about a topic that’s been bugging commuters for decades: the seeming hatred of the Almighty for the LIRR.
At Governor’s urging, LIRR officials re-evaluated initial plans and now plan to construct entire expansion within the existing right-of-way Governor also announces full review of all grade crossings involved in project to improve safety for local residents, motorists and pedestrians Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that his proposal to…
MELVILLE, Long Island (WABC) — New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is proposing eliminating some railroad crossings as part of his planned $1 billion third track expansion to the LIRR’s main line between Floral Park and Hicksville.
Officials from villages along the Long Island Rail Road’s Main Line went to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Manhattan office Friday afternoon thinking they’d be discussing Cuomo’s plans for a third LIRR track with one of his aides and the heads of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Long Island Rail Road.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo today laid out an ambitious transportation plan including a third track for nearly 10 miles of the Long Island Rail Road, as well as studying a new tunnel linking Long Island to other regions and allowing international air traffic at Long Island MacArthur Airport.