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.