Whether traveling by car or train, Wednesday morning was filled with delays.

Whether it be roads, rails or runways, any investment in New York's decrepit infrastructure should be celebrated.

Although the Long Island Rail Road is still facing serious funding issues, here's some bright news for LIRR commuters.

Not all villages are created equal--and that must be considered when officials propose new downtown development.

A regional approach to handling the Island's future shouldn't be used as an excuse to streamline the approval process for development projects that require close scrutiny.

Let’s be realistic about our expectations.

The North Fork village knows the value of transit-oriented development arguably as well as any community on LI.

Several municipalities recently pitched the MTA to electrify LIRR tracks to Port Jefferson, Riverhead and Patchogue.

MTA police are investigating the death of an unidentified male who was struck and killed by a train at the Long Island Rail Road’s...

A call for bike-sharing, car pooling, road widening and more trains on the South Fork of Long Island.