Political fights stalling LI transit 'megaprojects'?
With Long Island's dour economy, shrinking state revenues and strong "not-in-my-backyard" tendency, the prospect of new large-scale, government-funded transportation projects ...
Underground trains, bigger airport, seaport, smart roads
We asked people to think outside the lane about Long Island's transportation future. Short of the transporter on Star Trek, ...
Special report: The future of Long Island transportation
Twenty-five years from now, if the experts are correct, nearly every major roadway on Long Island - from Yaphank to ...
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Projects aim to ease reverse commuting
The Long Island Rail Road is planning for two major projects aimed at carrying reverse commuters.
East Side Access project expected to have major impact
In the next decade, the transit project that could most dramatically improve Long Islanders' commute to Manhattan is the East Side Access project.
Enhanced bus systems could offer smoother, faster ride
The problem: Slow, bulky buses; inconvenient system with weak north-south links on Long Island; poor funding. The fix: Sleek buses ...
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Toll lanes, rerouting trucks suggested for major roads
The problem: Major roads overwhelmed by traffic. The fix: "Toll lanes" to ease car traffic; to reduce truck numbers, better ...
Cross-Sound tunnel may be only 15 years away
Imagine a world where, for $25 each way, you could get off Long Island quickly and easily. That world may be only 15 years away.
Voices of Long Island: Transportation
Newsday asked its readers in February to discuss their ideas, concerns and thoughts about the future of travel on Long ...