Project Overview

The Northport Station building has been renovated and is now open.

Northport Station on the Port Jefferson Branch was built in 1927 and currently serves approximately 2,335 customers each weekday. The station interior now offers new amenities for LIRR customers, including an electronic information display totem, LCD display screens, MTA Arts & Design permanent artwork, new benches, wayfinding signage and Wi-Fi. The exterior of the building is now being renovated, as is the area surrounding the building – this renovation emphasizes improved wayfinding, paver rehabilitation and sidewalk replacement. These enhancements enrich the customer experience and support the broader goal of modernizing LIRR stations.

Construction has Begun at Northport Station

Construction is underway at Northport Station. The station interior is scheduled to be renovated and to offer new amenities to LIRR customers, including an electronic information totem, LCD display screens, MTA Arts & Design permanent artwork, new benches, wayfinding signage

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