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Long Island Rail Road

The Long Island Rail Road connects New York City to its beachfront backyard, Long Island. The LIRR provides service to 124 stations on Long Island and access to white-sand beaches, historic lighthouses, Gatbsy-era Gold Coast Mansions, award-winning vineyards, vibrant downtowns, championship golf courses and more!

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Moynihan Train Hall

A New, World-Class Transit Hub – Now Open

Moynihan Train Hall is now open to the public, expanding Penn Station across 8th Avenue, between 31st and 33rd streets, into the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building. For more information, click here. Moynihan Train Hall will transform the travel experience for LIRR customers, offering direct access to Tracks 13-16, with access to Tracks 17-21 available via the adjacent West End Concourse. Additional amenities include a ticket office, customer service office, and ticket machines. Customers in need of mobility assistance will be able to access LIRR Care from Moynihan Train Hall as well.

Health & Safety

The MTA LIRR Train Time App has been completey re-designed. New feautres include, geo-location of where the train is at the moment, purchase e-tickets, view train capacities and where it will stop to position yourself to find a seat before the train arrives, sign up for notfications to be notified when the train is arriving and on which track, share and send the train location with a friend. For more details, click here.

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Discover Long Island
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Famed Regions

The Hamptons

Known as the celebrity paradise with boutique shops and beautiful beaches. Keep your eyes open and you might catch a glimpse of your favorite star shopping, dining around town or lounging on the world-renowned beaches.

  • Take the train to multiple stations in the Hamptons including Westhampton, Hampton Bays, Southampton, Bridgehampton, East Hampton and Amagansett.
  • Take the train to Southampton Station for service to Coopers Beach and the Parrish Art Museum. Stay overnight at the 1708 House.
  • Take the train to East Hampton Station for service to East Hampton Main Beach and shopping on Main Street. Stay overnight at The Baker House.

Fire Island

The 32-mile-long barrier island offers the ultimate car-free beach haven with lively nightlife. Visit Cherry Grove and Island Pines for immersion into the unique bohemian beach community. Stay overnight at The Palms Hotel, dine at Maguire’s Bayfront Restaurant and Matthew’s Seafood House, and get all of your summer essentials at Kline’s Shop.

  • Take the train to the Bay Shore station, board a David Brothers Taxi to Fire Island Ferries for service to Kismet/Fire Island Lighthouse and Ocean Beach.
  • Take the train to Sayville Station, board a Colonial Taxi to the Sayville Ferry for service to Cherry Grove, Fire Island Pines and Sunken Forest at Sailors’ Haven.
  • Take the train to Patchogue Station, board a Lindy’s Taxi to the Davis Park Ferry for service to Davis Park and Watch Hill.


Famed Long Island’s, ‘The End’, explore the surf driven hamlet of Montauk.

Travel Guide

Explore world-renowned beaches, historical lighthouses, culinary delights, premiere golf courses, Gatsby-era Gold Coast mansions, and award-winning vineyards on Long Island – New York City’s Beachfront Backyard. Download a copy of the Travel Guide for inspiration and more information to plan your perfect getaway.

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