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Posts Tagged ‘LIRR2010’

Long Beach, NY: Post Hurricane Sandy LIRR Restores Electric Train Service

Monday, November 26th, 2012

LIRR restores weekend electric train service on Long Beach branch Sunday, November 25; weekday electric – LIRR2010 on YouTube

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New York, NY: East Side Access Project Update 2

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

The latest in a series of videos about the progress being made in the MTA/LIRR East Side Access (ESA) project. When completed, ESA will reduce commuting times by as much as 40 minutes a day for about 160,000 customers who currently travel to Penn Station and then must take a subway, bus or walk to […]

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Long Island City, NY: Tunnel Boring Machine Breakthrough

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

This video shows the break-through of a Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) for Tunnel “A” of the East Side Access project in Long Island City, Queens. It finished its drive on 12/26/2011 when it reached its receiving pit destination as seen in this video. Tunnel “A” will eventually convey trains westbound into the LIRR’s new Grand […]

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MTA LIRR Proposed Colonial Road Improvement Project

Monday, March 28th, 2011

MTA Long Island Rail Road is conducting an environmental review of its proposed replacement of the Colonial Road Bridge in Great Neck and extension of an existing pocket or turning track crucial to improving service on the Port Washington Branch.

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