Project Overview

Murray Hill Station, located on the Port Washington Branch in Queens, is currently undergoing renovations. Two new elevators will be featured at this station, as well as new machine rooms, reinstallation of retaining walls, new ADA-compliant tactile warning strips on platform edges, new lighting in the area surrounding the elevators, CCTV security cameras, signage and bird control. Construction of the enhanced Murray Hill Station began in December 2017 and is anticipated to be completed in Q4 2019. Renovations to Murray Hill Station are part of the broader LIRR Modernization Program to support enhanced stations.

Reversing The Brain Drain

Long Island is in the midst of historic change. For years, as other regions invested in areas like quality, affordable rental housing, mixed-use development, and public transit, LI was content with the status quo. We sat silent as we watched

Two new elevators coming to Flushing’s Murray Hill LIRR station in 2019

Construction work to bring elevators to a Flushing train station will commence next month, a local leader announced. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has awarded a $8.6 million contract to build two ADA-accessible elevators at each end of the Murray Hill LIRR station, according to

MTA Board Approves Contract for Transformative LIRR Modernization

Historic Project Will Improve Railroad Infrastructure, Eliminate Seven Street-Level Railroad Crossings, Improve Railroad Bridges, Add Third Track to Busiest LIRR Corridor The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board on Wednesday approved a design-build contract with 3rd Track Constructors (3TC), to complete the