Enhancements to the Hicksville Station are underway, and a color-safe application for platform A has been executed.The color-safe application is a textured paint/sealant placed on the platform surface to give it a uniform finish and this product provides a non-slip, aesthetically pleasing surface with minimal maintenance aside from regular cleaning.
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.
The MTA LIRR has been issued a partial construction permit at Deer Park, which is important to begin the sequence of improvements that are a part of a broader LIRR initiative to support the growth and development of Long Island.
Construction continues at Wantagh Station, with Phase 1 scheduled for completion in October 2018. Machine room construction has begun, and escalator installation continues. Other ongoing work includes the connection of an automated snow and ice melt system (ASIMS), electrical and communications work and the abatement and painting of the Wantagh…
Construction is ongoing at Hicksville Station. A new storefront and canopy roof systems are being installed, as are a bird deterrent system and platform signage. Electrical and communications-wiring and the installation of lighting, cameras, speakers and AVPS (audio visual paging system) signs is in process. Waiting rooms 3 and 4…
The busiest station on Long Island is undergoing major renovations. Among the many exterior renovations, the new communications, lighting, and audio system installation has commenced.
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.
The MTA LIRR has completed the installation of 64 exterior USB charging ports and 24 interior USB charging ports in the waiting room of the East Hampton station. All 86 USB charging ports are fully functional and operating.