Friday, June 29, 2007

Long Island Rail Road

The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is operated by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) which is a state agency. The MTA provides a resource of information on their website, but it is not always easy to find information quickly, especially when there are unexpected train delays. provides Long Island Rail Road information and news as a courtesy to our site visitors. LIRR news is updated on a continuous basis through feeds from a variety of news and media outlets. Although we are not directly affiliated with the Long Island railroad we have received quite a few emails from people frustrated by the system. Basic information with quick links to the MTA and LIRR schedules is provided below.

  MTA Web Site

  LIRR Train Schedules and Information

  MTA Feedback form for Questions/Comments

24 Hour Travel Information
  Nassau 516-822-5477
  Suffolk 631-231-5477
  New York City 718-217-5477
  In case of emergency call the MTA Police directly at 888-MTA911PD

The mailing address of the MTA:
  Metropolitan Transportation Authority
  347 Madison Ave
  New York, NY 10017
  212-878-1063 is website with information on how to send comments, suggestions or complaints....

Management and Government contacts:
Peter S. Kalikow - Chairman, MTA
347 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-878-7200
Fax: 212-878-7031

Howard Roberts, President
MTA New York City Transit
2 Broadway
New York, NY 10004
Phone: 646-252-5800
Fax: 646-252-5815

Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor
City of New York
City Hall
New York, NY 10007
Phone: 311
Fax: 212-788-2460

Eliot Spitzer
Governor, State of New York
State Capitol
Albany, NY 12224
Phone: 518-474-8390

You are welcome to post your comments.


Anonymous said...

Now that LIRR is preparing for a possible nation disater caused by Amtrak's potential strike in the end of this month (Jan 2008)... Imagine No Penn Station Access!!!!

Well - thats's what we're talking about over at The Long Island Bulletin Board. Join Us for the discussion!

Unknown said...

The LIRR is completely unreliable, the scheduled times are never to be trusted. Pity goes put to all who have no other choice but to use this service, including myself. Everyday is a new struggle with the LIRR especially on the trains going to Penn Station and back. I rue the day i ever moved to the backward suburban cestpool that is Long Island, the LIRR is just icing on the unappealing cake.