In conjunction with the LIRR Modernization Program, upgrading the Port Jefferson station is important to accommodate a future increase in ridership. Enhancements to Port Jefferson station are a part of a broader LIRR initiative to strengthen the reliability and resiliency of LIRR infrastructure as well as support the growth and…
Port Jefferson Station, located on the Port Jefferson Branch and serving 1,375 weekday riders, is currently receiving station enhancements, slated to be completed by the late summer or early fall of 2018. The station improvements will include a rehabilitated station house waiting area and restroom facilities. The waiting area will be outfitted with Wi-Fi, charging stations, and updated information displays. The station building exterior will also be renewed. The exterior station environment will be enhanced by reconfiguring the plaza area, improving customer flow and parking improvements. The platform railings, shelter shed, signage and lighting will also be enhanced.
Enhancements to the Port Jefferson Station are part of a broader LIRR initiative to support the growth and development of Long Island.
The exterior station construction is currently underway, and painting of the platform overpass has been executed. Rehabilitating the Port Jefferson station is a part of a broader LIRR initiative to strengthen the reliability and resiliency of LIRR infrastructure as well as support the growth and development of Long Island.
Enhancements to the Port Jefferson Station are underway, and the interior lighting has been updated. A sequence of improvements are planned in the next upcoming weeks as part of a broader MTA LIRR initiative to support the growth and development of Long Island.
Suffolk County and Port Jefferson officials drove shovels into the ground Wednesday to celebrate construction of a parking lot that they hope will spark the revitalization of the village’s struggling Upper Port neighborhood.
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 droves of young people — educated in our outstanding public schools at significant expense — leave home and help create economic growth in other regions of our country.
A $5.6 billion transformation of the Long Island Rail Road is underway, the biggest slate of investments the railroad has received in decades. All told, the money will fund 100 LIRR capital projects and radically upgrade the customer experience of the nation’s second largest commuter railroad. By the time all…
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a historic $5.6 billion transformation of the Long Island Rail Road to strengthen the region’s transportation infrastructure and usher in a new era of economic growth. After 70 years of stagnation, all 100 transformative LIRR capital projects are moving forward, including the Main Line…