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MTA Long Island Rail Road

 

Service Alert

 

 

Oyster Bay Branch Customers: 12:01 AM Saturday, November 8 through 6 AM Sunday, November 9, 2008

This weekend, November 8-9, Oyster Bay Branch Service will be suspended between Mineola and Oyster Bay for approximately 30 hours. Buses are replacing trains on the Oyster Bay Branch between 12:01 AM Saturday until 6 AM Sunday due to switch replacement work in Mineola, where the Oyster Bay branch connects, and because of grade crossing work at Larrabee Ave. in Oyster Bay. For full details see "Service Advisories" on the LIRR's website.

 

 

Port Washington Branch Customers: 12:15 AM Saturday, November 8 through 11:59 PM Sunday, November 9, 2008

This weekend, November 8-9, Port Washington Branch service will be suspended between Shea Stadium and Woodside because of track work. During the service suspension, eastbound customers will get a free transfer to the #7 at Woodside and transfer back to the LIRR at Shea Stadium. Westbound customers will have a free transfer to the #7 at Shea for service to Woodside and Manhattan. For full details see "Service Advisories" on the LIRR's website.

 

 

Get out there & get photos!!!!!!!!

 

- A

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