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LIRR Working on Huntington Line

MTA says work focuses on four largest branches.

The Long Island Rail Road said Friday it is providing hourly service on its four busiest branches,  Port Washington, Port Jefferson from Huntington to Penn Station, Ronkonkoma  and  Babylon branches.

Service is available on the North Shore in Nassau and Suffolk, down the center of Long Island through to Ronkonkoma and and along the South Shore through to Babylon. The LIRR said work is focused on returning service to the LIRR’s four largest branches – Port Washington, Ronkonkoma, Babylon and Huntington.

Westbound trains are departing Huntington at 35 minutes after the hour Eastbound trains depart Penn on the hour. For schedule info visit: http://bit.ly/Rxjgyf

NK November 02, 2012 at 03:56 PM
I am glad my company allows me to work from home. After regaining power yesterday there was no way I was going to fight to get on the 1 train per hour going in out of Huntington and then fight with everyone leaving at the same time trying to get home this afternoon. Hopefully they can get more regular service by Monday or at least run trains to Hunterspoint where we can grab the 7.

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