Reconfiguration of Johnson Avenue Yard
Queens, New York
The largest transit hub on Long Island and one of the busiest stations in the country, the Long Island Rail Road’s (LIRR) Jamaica Station serves as critical infrastructure for LIRR operations. The station supports more than 200,000 riders daily, and also provides a major connection to the Port Authority of...
Construction Management/Program Management: Construction Management, Construction Management/Program Management
Babylon Train Wash Facility
Babylon, New York
The Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) in New York is the busiest of LIRR’s 11 branches. When it was time to build a new train wash facility between the station and the tracks leading to the Babylon Train Yard, a creative approach was needed – taking...
Business and Technology Solutions, Engineering, Engineering: Facilities, Transportation: Transit & Rail, Transportation, Engineering: Transportation, Transit & Rail: Vehicle Maintenance Facilities
Lifecycle Maintenance Study and Shop Strategy
Serving nearly 350,000 passengers each year, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is North America’s busiest commuter railroad. The 319-mile route is the only commuter passenger railroad to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Efficient maintenance of more than 1,000 rail cars is key...
Business and Technology Solutions, Engineering, Engineering: Facilities, Transportation: Transit & Rail, Engineering: Transportation, Transit & Rail: Vehicle Maintenance Facilities, Transportation: Vehicle Maintenance Facilities
LIRR Expansion Project Preliminary Design and Environmental Impact Statement
Nassau County, New York
A landmark environmental impact statement (EIS) has set in motion a monumental effort to increase the capacity of the busiest commuter rail system in the country. The study is the backbone of the $2.6 billion LIRR Main Line Third Track Expansion Project, which will add a third track along a...
Engineering, Transit & Rail: Rail Stations & Intermodal Facilities, Transportation: Transit & Rail, Transportation, Engineering: Transportation
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