Project Overview

The Deer Park Station building has been renovated and is now open.

Deer Park Station is on the Ronkonkoma Branch, where it serves approximately 6,200 customers each weekday. By April 2019 the completed improvements to this station include platform renewal, Wi-Fi, USB charging stations, digital information totems and interior and exterior building renovations. The area surrounding the station is being rehabilitated with sidewalk and curb improvements, new bike racks and public art.

William Low’s “Deer Park Dahlias” (2018) has been installed at Deer Park Station. Low’s scene of vibrantly colored dahlias in a pastoral field creates a contemplative space in the station waiting room: the large-scale flowers shift the viewer’s perspective, providing an experience of childlike wonder at the natural world.

With the completion of the Double Track Project, the upgraded Deer Park Station is a crucial contributor to the ability of LIRR to accommodate future increases in ridership. Enhancements to Deer Park Station are part of a broader LIRR initiative to support the growth and development of Long Island.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul Opens Second Track of LIRR Ronkonkoma Branch and Rededicates Wyandanch Station

On September 21st, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul joined LIRR President Phillip Eng and MTA Chief Development Officer Janno Lieber to officially open the second track of the LIRR Ronkonkoma Branch and rededicate the branch’s rebuilt and fully-accessible Wyandanch Station. The

6:07 from Penn Station Extended to Wyandanch; True Reverse-Peak Service Now Available for the First Time from Ronkonkoma, Central Islip, Brentwood, Deer Park and Wyandanch

The 6:07 a.m. train from Penn Station, which previously had terminated at Farmingdale, is now extended to Wyandanch, Deer Park, Brentwood, Central Islip, and Ronkonkoma, where it connects with a train making all North Fork stops and due into Greenport