A Long Island Rail Road plan to replace a 66-year-old bridge in Carle Place will result in a two-day suspension of service along one of the railroad’s busiest stretches, the agency said Thursday.
During the June 1-2 weekend, crews will take down the existing rail bridge carrying the LIRR’s tracks over Cherry Lane in Carle Place and replace it with a newly assembled bridge. The work will require suspending service on the LIRR’s Main Line between Mineola and Hicksville during the 48-hour period.
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For more information about the Cherry Lane Bridge Replacement project, please visit AModernLI.com – http://www.amodernli.com/project/cherry-lane-bridge-replacement/.