MTA details LIRR improvement plan


Service is now suspended between Port Jefferson and Huntington because of flooding conditions east of the Smithtown station.

MTA officials met in Manhattan Monday to discuss safety improvements and restored services that it says are the next stop for the Long Island Rail Road.

The changes are coming because of what the MTA is calling $635 million in "net favorable results" through 2017. Millions will be spent on safety improvements like adding security cameras on trains. Additional seating will be added on trains...

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