Weekday trips start at 12:01am with the last trip at 11:54pm and most often run about every 44 minutes. Weekend trips start at 12:01am with the last trip at 11:54pm and most often run about every 1 hour.
Weekday trips most often run about every 44 minutes. Weekend trips most often run about every 1 hour.
Daily trips have at most 22 stops with a total travel time of about 1 hour 23 minutes.
Weekdays includes travel to Babylon, Wantagh, Massapequa Park, Seaford, Freeport, Penn Station, and Atlantic Terminal.
Weekday travel to Babylon, Wantagh, Massapequa Park, Seaford, Freeport starts at Penn Station and Atlantic Terminal. Weekday travel to Penn Station, Atlantic Terminal starts at Babylon, Massapequa Park, Lindenhurst, Wantagh, Merrick, and Freeport.
Weekends includes travel to Babylon, Freeport, Penn Station, and Hicksville.
Weekend travel to Babylon, Freeport starts at Penn Station and Hicksville. Weekend travel to Penn Station, Hicksville starts at Babylon and Freeport.
Regular service that falls on a holiday is never completely dropped for dates within the current data publication.
Service is offered on the following holidays,
Veterans Day 2019
Day After Thanksgiving 2019
Christmas Eve 2019
Day After Christmas 2019
Day After New Year's Day 2020
On the holidays above, trips start at 12:06am with the last trip at 11:56pm and most often run about every 44 minutes.
Thanksgiving Day 2019, Christmas Day 2019, and New Year's Day 2020 trips start at 12:01am with the last trip at 11:54pm and most often run about every 2 hours. New Year's Eve 2019 trips start at 12:06am with the last trip at 11:56pm and most often run about every 42 minutes.
Select in Stop Times for more specific holiday information.
Note: Holidays are not necessarily observed and service may not be different from the usual for the day.
Long Island Rail Road provides transit services in New York.
The LIRR system is comprised of over 700 miles of track on 11 different branches, stretching from Montauk -- on the eastern tip of Long Island -- to the refurbished Penn Station in the heart of Manhattan, approximately 120 miles away. Along the way, the LIRR serves 124 stations in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan, providing service for over 80 million customers each year, taking them to and from jobs, homes, schools, sporting events, concerts, beaches, Broadway shows, and the multitude of other attractions around the New York metropolitan region.
Online includes: Train Time stop predictions (Rail). Trip updates (Rail). Long Island All Travel Modes Road On Twitter with the all lines option (All Travel Modes). MTA Service Status Advisories. @MTA. News with the system-wide option (Rail).
You can access any of these services from Stop Times, Route Map / Vehicle Locations, or the Online area.
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