Project Overview

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

Northport Station, which is located on the Port Jefferson Branch, serves 2,335 weekday customers. The station building was originally built in 1927 and has undergone a full historic restoration. The station improvements consist of a full architectural station rehabilitation including improved ADA accessibility, a new waiting room with terrazzo flooring, new restrooms, tile and wood wall and ceiling finishes, windows, doors, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC upgrades. The amenities include new LIRR and wayfinding signage, free public Wi-Fi, bike racks, benches, USB charging stations, technology counters, trash receptacles, digital information display totems, LCD information displays, CCTV cameras, historic photos and a plaque.

The LIRR has modernized Northport Station to improve the experience for its customers and to contribute to the economic growth and development of Long Island.

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