347 Madison Avenue

New York. NY 10017·3739
212878·7000 Tel
8 Metropolitan Transportation Authority
State of New York
March 12,2010
Dear Prospective Proposer:
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, on behalf of the Long Island Rail Road
Company, and Metro-North Commuter Railroad Company, invites all qualified firms to
submit Proposals for Provision of Wireless Broadband Services in Long Island
Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad Trains and Stations. Enclosed is the entire
Request for Proposals ("RFP") package. Please read the instructions carefully.
All responses to the RFP are due no later than l\I1ay 17, 2010.
If you are interested in responding to this RFP, please complete and return the enclosed
questionnaire (pink sheet) at your earliest convenience.
Thank you for your interest in the MTA.
Real Estate Department
The agencies of the MTA
MTA New York City Transit MTA Long Island Bus MTA Bridges and Tunnels MTA Bus Company
MTA Long Island Rail Road MTA Metro-North Railroad MTA Capital Construction
DMetropolitan Transportation Authority
Request for Proposals (RFP)
For Provision of Wireless Broadband Services in
Long Island Rail Road
and
Metro-North Commuter Railroad
Trains and Stations
Issued: March 12, 2010
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY THE PROJECT MANAGER
(see p. 2) OR AS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY NEW YORK
STATE FINANCE LAW §§ 139-J AND 139-K, DURING THE "RESTRICTED
PERIOD" OF THIS SOLICITATION, NEITHER PROPOSERS, NOR ANY
EMPLOYEE, AGENT OR CONSULTANT OR PERSON ACTING ON
BEHALF OF PROPOSERS, MAY "CONTACT" BOARD MEMBERS,
OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES (OTHER THAN THE PROJECT MANAGER AND
ANY OTHER PERSONS EXPRESSLY DECLARED BY MTA TO BE
DESIGNATED POINTS OF CONTACT FOR THIS RFP) OR CONSULTANTS
OF MTA OR ANY OF ITS SUBSIDIARIES, THE STATE OF
NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY REGARDING
THIS RFP AND RELATED MATTERS. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS
REQUIREMENT MAY RESULT IN THE PROPOSER'S DISQUALIFICATION
FROM CONSIDERATION PURSUANT TO THIS RFP. THE TERMS
"CONTACT" AND "RESTRICTED PERIOD" ARE DEFINED IN NEW YORK
STATE FINANCE LAW §§ 139-J AND 139-K AND THOSE "CONTACTS"
THAT ARE CONSIDERED TO BE IMPERMISSIBLE ARE DESCRIBED
THEREIN.
The Basics of this RFP
Pursuant to this Request for Proposals ("RFP"), Metropolitan Transportation
Authority ("MTA "), together with the Long Island Rail Road ("LlRR") and Metro­
North Commuter Railroad ("Metro-North") and together with LlRR, the
"Railroads"), are soliciting proposals from private entities for a license to provide
on-train and/or station WiFi services for the Railroads' customers.
Key Business Objective
The Railroads' key business objective for a WiFi network is to improve passenger
satisfaction. Our current thinking is that the WiFi service should be marketed as
a product of the service provider, not as a Railroad-provided service. We believe
that having WiFi service available to our customers would be beneficial and that
we should facilitate that result if a private company is prepared to make the
required investment in a manner that we determine to be appropriate.
Support of Other Business Objectives Will be Considered Favorably
The Railroads will look favorably on proposals that also:
• provide the Railroads with a wireless communications resource that could
be used by the Railroads for Railroad operational purposes and/or in
support . of revenue-generating activities such as digital advertising
initiatives; and
• have a likelihood of providing the Railroads with license fee revenues from
the service provider and/or a share in user-generated revenues.
The Railroads Will Incur No Costs
Given the current fiscal environment, MTA has determined that it is not
appropriate to spend any MTAor Railroad dollars on such an undertaking.
Threshold Conditions
Proposals must meet all of the following conditions:
1. All the successful proposer{s) must accept sole responsibility for all
costs of the initiative, including but not limited to all flagging, labor and other force
account costs incurred by the Railroads in supporting the initiative.
2. The successful proposer{s) must commit to complete the proposed
installation within a specified time frame and must provide substantial financial
security guaranteeing such obligation.
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3. The installation, operation, maintenance and removal after
termination of the associated equipment and appurtenances must not interfere
with the operations of the Railroads.
4. The customer amenity provided must be of sufficient benefit to the
Railroads and their customers and have sufficient functional longevity to justify
the undertaking.
MTA will only consider proposals that, in addition to meeting the conditions
described above, identify (A) a viable turn-key implementation plan with
commitments from all of the critical participants and (B) a financing plan that
identifies the source of all required funding and demonstrates an appropriate
level of commitment from the funding sources.
Exclusive Licenses for WiFiService
MTA expects to grant exclusive licenses for the on-board WiFi component of the
service. But proposers are not required to make a proposal for all of the
Railroads' trains and stations. Proposals may be made for deployment at
specific stations or on specific rail lines or specific equipment fleets and MTA and
the Railroads reserve the right to allocate groups of trains, lines and stations to
different proposers.
Project Manager
Please direct all questions regarding this RFP and all responses to this RFP to
George McDonald, the Project Manager ("Project Manager") for this RFP:
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Real Estate Department
347 Madison Avenue" 8th Floor
New York, New York 10017
Attn: George McDonald
Email: gmcdonal@mtahg.org
Pre-Proposal Conference
A pre-proposal conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on April 7, 2010 at MTA
Headquarters, 347 Madison Avenue, New York, NY. It is anticipated that after
the pre-proposal conference a Metro-North M-7 train car will be available for
inspection in Grand Central Terminal. Please pre-register for the pre-proposal
conference by emailing the Project Manager with the names of the attendees and
the company they represent.
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Proposal Due Date
Proposals must be received by the Project Manager at the above address no
later than 5:00 PM EDT on May 17, 2010.
$5,000 Refundable Participation Fee
A refundable participation fee in the amount of $5,000, by check payable to
"Metropolitan Transportation Authority", must be included with the proposal
submission and is a condition to consideration of a proposal. These checks will
be deposited into an MT A account. At the time that a proposal is no longer under
consideration, MTA will return the $5,000 to such proposer (given the low interest
rates on short term deposits, interest on such deposited amounts will not be
paid). For those proposals, if any, for which definitive documents are exe9uted
and delivered, the application of the $5,000 will be addressed in such definitive
documents.
Reimbursement for MTA and Railroad Solicitation Costs
After the initial review of proposals and consideration of the amount of MTA and
Railrqad resources that will be required to review and evaluate proposals and
meet and negotiate with proposers, MTA reserves the right to require that a
proposer agree to pay for all subsequent MTA and Railroad costs associated
with further consideration of such proposer's proposal. In that event, MTA may
require that a proposer pre-fund an MTA account from which such costs will be
paid or reimbursed to MTA and the Railroads.
Installation and Railroad Labor Costs
Widespread deployment of a WiFi network on Railroad trains will require the
successful proposer(s) to address the cost and logistics of installation, monitoring
and repair of equipment. It is difficult for the Railroads to take train cars out of
service but an effort will be made to accommodate the required work based on
mutually agreed upon pre-determined schedules. In addition, given equipment
movements, it may not be possible for a Railroad to ensure that particular cars
operate on particular lines (which is an important consideration if the equipment
on particular train cars must be matched with wayside equipment). Installation
and maintenance of wayside equipment and associated utilities is also difficult in
the Railroads' environment given the potential for service disruption and use of
space otherwise needed for operational purposes.
It is anticipated that a deployment will, require the substantial involvement of the
Railroads' employees, including flagging and protection. design review,
inspection and, depending on the work and the applicable collective bargaining
agreements, actual construction. installation and maintenance work. The cost of
such services by the Railroads (at the applicable fully burdened rates) will be the
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responsibility of the successful proposer, and required to be paid to the Railroads
. via a pre-funded account.
Background
On July 1, 2009, MTA and the Railroads issued a Request for Expressions of
Interest (RFEI) for Provision of Wireless Broadband Services in Long Island Rail
Road and Metro-North Commuter Railroad Trains and Stations. MTA and the
Railroads received seventeen responses and met with seven respondents to
discuss their submissions. Subsequently, MTA and Railroad staff have also had
discussions with and visited other railroads that have implemented Wi-Fi on train
service for their customers and for railroad operations.
MT A recently invited two respondents to undertake limited on-train technical
evaluations of their proposed systems. At this time, it is not yet known whether
either or both of those technical evaluations will proceed. Participation in such
a technical evaluation is· not a pre-condition to responding to the RFP;
however, MTA reserves the right to require that a proof of concept trial be
conducted prior to awarding any license(s). The technical parameters for the
limited on-train technical evaluations described above are set forth in Exhibits C
and D and provide a general sense of what the Railroads would be seeking if
they were to require a proof of concept trial as part of an award process in
connection with this solicitation.
Service Territory
URR operates between New York City and Long Island and within Long Island.
Metro-North operates three rails lines (Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven)
emanating north from Grand Central Terminal to their respective terminals in
Poughkeepsie, NY; Wassaic, NY; and New Haven, Connecticut. Service on the
New Haven Line is subject to an operating agreement with the Connecticut
Department of Transportation. West of Hudson service in Orange and Rockland
Counties is provided by New Jersey Transit (under contract to Metro-North) on
two lines (the Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Lines), pursuant to a contract with
Metro-North. LlRR and Metro-North are, respectively, the largest and second
largest commuter railroad services in the nation and operate every day of the
year, although frequency of service varies by route, day of the week and time of
day.
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MTA Long Island Rail Road and MTA Metro-North Railroad Commuter Services(I)
Revenue Actual Main
Passengers Route Line Passenger
fu!
Stations Miles Track Cars
thousandsi
2
) Miles
MTA Long Island Rail 87,358 124 319.1 594.1 1,138
Road
MTA Metro-North 80,501 124 385.0 754.0 1,126
Railroad
Totals 167,859 248 704.1 1348.1 2,264
Additional information relating to MTA and the Railroads, including route maps,
and organizational and financial information, is available on their consolidated
website at www.mta.info.
Proposers should be aware that there are other wireless technology initiatives
within the areas served by the Railroads. Metro-North expects to award soon. a
license agreement that will provide a distributed antenna system within Grand
Central Terminal ("GCT"), the Grand Central Terminal Train Shed, and the Park
Avenue Tunnel. As part of that agreement, a license for a distributed antenna
system providing wireless telecommunications and WiFi services will be awarded
for all of those facilities, with the exception of the Park Avenue Tunnel. Providers
of services under that license does not preclude an entity from being a provider
of are permitted to provide the services being solicited in this RFP.
Certain portions of the right-of-way on which the Railroads operate are owned by
and under the control of Amtrak (LlRR: East River Tunnels and portions of Penn
Station) or New Jersey Transit (specifically in New York, the Pascack Valley
Line). Use of such right-of-way for installation of equipment and cable may
require the consent of Amtrak or New Jersey Transit or other third parties.
Certain of the trains and select stations operated by Metro-North are owned by
the State of Connecticut (or municipalities in Connecticut) and installation of'
equipment on those trains/stations will require the consent of said governmental
agencies. In Metro-North's territory, because of the complexity of the system,
including overhead catenary electrical systems, buried lines, protected watershed
and River view sheds, new WiFi infrastructure/towers along the right-of-way may
prove to be very difficult to approve or implement, so alternative approaches
should be considered to make the system operable.
(1) Certain of the stations, track and passenger cars are not owned by MT A, MTA Long Island Rail Road or
MTA Metro-North Railroad.
(2) The number of revenue passengers is determined in part by ascribing an assumed frequency of use to
holders of weekly and monthly commutation tickets.
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Proposed Design
The proposal must document the proposed design and architecture of the system
to be used, including a list of materials to be used, software, functionality of each
. module and all the connections between system components. The proposer is
not required to disclose confidential intellectual property in the proposal, but
should include sufficient information to allow MTA and the Railroads to
understand the proposed system and cost inclusive of Railroad labor. All
installation plans will be subject to the Railroads' review and approval, and
Railroad operational procedures must be adhered to at all times.
Technical Parameters
MTA has reviewed a variety of alternative technological approaches for the
provision of on-train WiFi service. As a general matter, MTA is open to the use
of any specific technology as long as (1) it meets the minimum functional
requirements described herein, (2) the customer amenity that is provided is of
sufficient value and has sufficient functional longevity to justify the undertaking,
and (3) the installation, operation, maintenance and removal of the associated
equipment and appurtenances after license termination does not interfere with
the operations of the Railroads.
MTA and the Railroads have defined certain basic technical parameters for the
wireless broadband system, while encouraging maximum flexibility and creativity
by proposers. The technical parameters set forth below are defined at a
summary level. If these technical parameters cannot be met, the proposer
should address the reason why, and provide justification for any proposed
substitute requirements.
A. Network architecture. Minimize need for equipment installations both
on-train, in station, and along right-of-way. The Railroads prefer solutions that
require minimal changes and impacts to their network, physical infrastructure and
right-of-way.
B. Devices to be supported. Laptops, handheld devices, PDAs, mobile
phones and other manned or unmanned devices. The proposed network must
support 802.11 b/g/n wireless standards for access to the internet.
C. Bandwidth requirements. Ability to support numerous simultaneous
customer users under realistic systems load. conditions. Additional bandwidth for
use for Railroad operational applications would be preferred.
D. No Interference. No interference with Railroad equipment or
operations.
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E. Uninterrupted Service. Uninterrupted service through the service
territory.
F. Reliability. Fault tolerance mechanisms to mitigate and/or eliminate
single pOints of failure and ensure high reliability.
G. Customer Service. 24x7 end user help desk capabilities.
Relationship with Digital Advertising Initiatives
. The Railroads expect to be actively pursuing the implementation of digital
advertising in their stations and on their trains in the future. Digital advertising
equipment on trains requires wireless communications (and one of the options
for communicating with digital advertising equipment in stations is wireless
connectivity). In addition, the installation of digital advertising equipment on a
train car requires that the train car be taken out of service for a similar duration
as is required for installation of the WiFi network equipment that is the subject of
this RFP.
It is probable that the digital advertising equipment on a train car will be able to
use the WiFi network that is the subject of this RFP for its wireless
communications, thus reducing both cost and the· equipment footprint. In
addition, it may be possible for the digital advertising equipment and the WiFi
network equipment to be installed simultaneously (co-located), resulting
significantly less interference with Railroad operations and achieve program cost
s'avings.
If a proposer wants to propose integrating its WiFi network with a digital
advertising initiative, such an integrated proposal should be submitted as an
alternative proposal accompanying a base proposal for a stand-alone WiFi
network.
Proposers should be aware that even if integrated proposals are received, MTA
and the Railroads may decide to either (a) amend this RFP to expand it to
expressly include digital advertising (in which case revised and/or additional
proposals may be solicited from existing and new proposers) or (b) defer
solicitation of all digital advertising' initiatives to a later date and/or through a
different process.
It should also be noted that CBS Outdoor Group Inc. is the current licensee for
advertising on the Railroads' stations and trains. MTA would need to consider
how any digital advertising initiative on the Railroads' stations and trains would
affect that existing arrangement.
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RFP Response
Proposals must be received by the Project Manager at the above address no
later than 5:00 PM EDT on May 17, 2010.
Proposers must provide ten (10) hard copies, together with ten (10) CD ROM
discs of the following:
1. A transmittal letter, on the proposer's letterhead, signed by a corporate
officer or an authorized agent, identifying the contact person who will be
responsible for answering any questions that the MTA or the Railroads may
have. Include the telephone n u m b ~ r and fax number for such contact person.
2. A check for the $5,000 refundable participation fee, payable to
"Metropolitan Transportation Authority".
3. A description of the proposer and its experience:
a. Name, street address, mailing address if different, email address,
and telephone and facsimile numbers of the proposer.
b. Year established and state in which the firm was incorporated or
otherwise organized.
c. A narrative description and organization chart depicting the
management of the proposer's organization and its relationship to any other
business entities. For joint ventures, please describe the role of each of the
venturers.
d. A description of the overall operations of the proposer, including the
number and scope of other similar projects currently ongoing or set to begin in
the near future.
e. A narrative description of proposer's relevant prior operating
experience.
f. A description of proposer's existing wireless broadband coverage
level in each of the Railroad's service area.
g. Any additional information not specifically listed above that
demonstrates experience relevant to wireless broadband deployment on trains
and/or in railroad stations.
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4. A description of the implementation being proposed, including
descriptions of:
a. Network architecture and radio frequency details.
1. A functional specification, flow diagram and topology layout
of the network elements to be deployed.
2. The to be utilized for in-car and station
coverage, trackside transport network, backhaul to terrestrial
base stations or satellites and backhaul to an internet
peering point and their expected evolution in performance
over the next five-year period, indicating which standards
they are in compliance with and whether the products used
will be certified for interoperability.
3. Spectrum bands, modulation techniques and channel width
to be used.
4. Bandwidth specifications.
5. How telecommunications provisioning and services will be
provided and by whom.
6. Comments on scalability, ease of installation and·
maintenance, and adaptability to future technology evolution.
7. How the network will interface with any existing or planned
wireless broadband networks currently available in the
Railroad environment.
8. Security and encryption features.
b. Design and Installation Plan
1. How architecture and design services will be performed and
by whom.
2. How ·program and project management services will be
performed and by whom.
3. Proposed design and installation schedule and phasing.
c. Supported Applications.
1. Applications and devices to be supported.
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d. Infrastructure.
1 . Equipment to be installed on trains, in stations and along
right of way, power and space requirements, regulatory
permits required, etc.
2. Electric power requirements.
3. Fiber optic cable requirements.
e. Equipment.
1. Names of suppliers who will provide key equipment and the
nature of their commitments to the project.
2. Performance specifications and results in comparable
environments.
f. Installation and construction requirements.
1. Means and methods.
2. Utilization of existing infrastructure (such as attachment to
existing poles, stations, etc.)
3. Maintenance and emergency accessibility requirements.
4. Who will be performing installation services.
5. How in-train equipment will be installed, including
timeframes, and assumptions of who will be performing any
labor (including which services are to be. provided by
Railroad personnel pursuant to labor agreements).
6. If any wayside installations are required, a description of
such installations, how they will be performed, and
assumptions of who will be performing any labor (including
services to be provided by Railroad personnel).
7. If a systems integrator will be utilized, please identify the
company and duties to be performed.
8. Methods to be utilized to ensure that service interruptions
are minimized.
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g. Operations
1. How customer service will be provided and by whom..
2. How network monitoring and management services will be
performed and by whom.
3. How network maintenance and upgrade services will be
performed and by whom.
4. How business and operations support systems (BSS/OSS)
services will be performed and by whom.
5. How customer service and technical support services will be
performed and by whom.
6. How software hosting and facilities service will be performed
and by whom.
7. How customer billing, revenue tracking and compensation to
the railroads will be managed and reported.
h. Railroad Utilization of Services
1. Extent, if any, to which the Railroads can utilize the
proposer's wireless broadband infrastructure for Railroad
operations, including, but not limited to:
i. On-board ticket sales and management of passenger
information
ii. Transmission of train diagnostic information
iii. Feed for advertising and agency-related communications
i. Cost Estimate
1. A detailed cost estimate shall be provided, specifying cost
estimates. for design, equipment, infrastructure, and
installation costs, including the cost of. services to be
provided by Railroads' personnel
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5. A description of the proposer's commercial offer and plan of
financing:
a. Proposer's Commercial Offer to MTA and the Railroads
1. Describe license fees, if any, that will be paid by the
proposer to the Railroads for the right to install the
equipment and provide the exclusive WiFi services.
2. Describe whether and how fees for services will be charged
to the end user and whether the Railroads will share in such
revenues.
3. Describe whether the Railroads will be charged for the use
of the network for operational or revenue-generating
purposes, and if, how such fees would be determined.
4. Describe operational bandwidth and services that will be
provided at no cost to the Railroads.
5. Describe any future initiatives, i.e., WiFi / Cellular phones,
including projected revenues and compensation to the
Railroads for all current and future services;
b. Financing Plan
1. Identify the sources of all required funding and the level of
commitment from the funding sources.
c. Marketing Plan
1. Describe the prop'osed marketing plan, including branding
and pricing.
6. If desired by the proposer, submission of an alternate proposal
integrating its WiFi network with a-digital advertising initiative.
7. If desired by the proposer. a signed copy of the Non-Disclosure
Agreement (Exhibit A).
Evaluation and Selection
Based on a review and evaluation of the Proposals, and selection of proposers,
as described more fully below, MTA and/or the Railroads may enter into
discussions, negotiations and/or agreements with one or more of the proposers
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for the provision of wireless broadband services on some or all of the stations
and trains operated by the Railroads.
MTA and the Railroads may at any time disqualify Proposals that, in the sole and
absolute discretion of the MTA and the Railroads, fail to comply with the
requirements of this RFP or are not considered to be within the range of value
justifying further consideration.
MTA and the Railroads will review all Proposals for completeness and
compliance with the terms and conditions of this RFP, and may, at this or any
other stage of the RFP process, request from any or all of the proposers
additional material, clarification, confirmation, or modification of any submitted
Proposal, including Proposals' that are incomplete or nonconforming as
submitted. Except at the request or with the consent of the MTA (which consent
shall be in the sole and absolute discretion of the MTA and the Railroads),
proposers will not be unilaterally entitled to change their Proposals once
submitted.' .
MTA may req uest some or all of the proposers to make oral presentations of their
proposals.
In evaluating the Proposals, MTA and the Railroads will consider such criteria as,
in their sole and absolute discretion, they deem to be in the best interests of the
MTA.. The criteria listed below are of significant concern to the MTA:
1. Overall value to MTA and the Railroads, taking into consideration:
(a) the benefits of the propos!3d customer amenities;
(b) clear demonstration of financial ability and commitment to
undertake the project;
(c) the likelihood that the proposer will perform in accordance
with its obligations, including compliance with schedule,
reliability and financing requirements, and' proposed financial
security for such performance;
(d) any adverse effect on the Railroads during the installation,
maintenance and operation of the network, including service
interruptions;
(e) the functional longevity of the proposed technology solution;
(f) the quantity, certainty and timing of the proposed financial
return to the MTA, if any; and
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(g) the potential for the Railroads to utilize the proposer's
wireless broadband infrastructure for Railroad operations
and the commercial terms of such utilization.
2. Proposer's experience and competence in the design, installation,
operation, management, and marketing of projects of a scale, complexity,
and quality similar to that proposed.
3. Compliance with the RFP.
4. Quality of proposer's design, installation and operations teams, including
equipment suppliers, with particular focus on key personnel.
5. Proposed time frame for commencement and· completion of each of the
elements of the project.
6. Proposer's previous record of performance in business dealings with any
municipal, state, or federal agencies, including the MTA.
As stated above, MTA and the Railroads reserve the right to consider criteria
other than the foregoing and to assign to each of the above and to such other
criteria as are considered such weight as MTA may in its absolute discretion
determine.
MTA and the Railroads reserve the right to negotiate any and all terms of any
transaction with one or more proposers.
Procurement Lobbying Law Provisions.
This solicitation is subject to New York State Finance Law §§ 139-j and 139-k
(the "Lobbying Law Provisions"). For purposes of the Lobbying Law Provisions
the Designated Point of Contact is the Project Manager:
George McDonald (gmcdonal@mtahq.org)
Project Manager
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Real Estate Department
347 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, New York 10017
Pursuant to the Lobbying Law Provisions, all "Contacts" (which are defined as
"any oral, written or electronic communication with a governmental entity under
circumstances where a reasonable person would infer that the communication
was intended to influence the governmental procurement") during the Restricted
Period of this RFP (which commenced on March 12, 2010 and ends on the final
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approval of an agreement by the MTA Board) must be made only with the
Designated Point of Contact. During such Restricted Period, no Contacts, other
than the Permitted Contacts described below and Contacts with the Designated
Point of Contact shall be made with any member, officer or employee of MTA or
its subsidiaries and affiliates, the State or any other governmental entity .
. There are certain exceptions to this general rule. The following types of Contacts
are permitted during the Restricted Period:
1. Proposals: the submission of written Proposals in response to this RFP.
2. Complaints: complaints by a proposer regarding the failure of the
Designated Point of Contact to respond in a timely manner to authorized
proposer Contacts, provided such complaints are made in writing to the MTA
General Counsel. Such written complaints will become a part of the transaction
record. Written complaints shall be mailed to:
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
347 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Attention: General Counsel
3. Oral Presentations and Discussions with Proposers: scheduled
presentations by a proposer to MTA, the Evaluation Committee or the Selection
Committee describing its Proposals and/or scheduled discussion by MTA or the
Selection Committee with proposers.
4. Negotiations: After a proposer has. been preliminarily designated,
communications between that proposer and MTA for the purposes of negotiation.
5. Review of Award: Following award to another proposer, a proposer's
request to the Designated Point of Contact for a review of the award.
6. Protests and Complaints: (a) contacts by proposers in protests, appeals
or other review proceedings (including the apparent successful proposer and his
or her representatives) before the MTA seeking a final administrative
determination, or in a subsequent judicial proceeding; or (b) complaints of
alleged improper conduct in this transaction to the New York Attorney General,
MTA Inspector General, a district attorney, or a court of competent jurisdiction,
and where such communications and any responses thereto are made in writing
and shall be entered in the transaction record pursuant to section one hundred
sixty-three of the state finance law; or (c) complaints of alleged improper conduct
in this RFP process. All protest and complaint contacts to MTA or the Railroads
must be made directly to the General Counsel of MT A at:
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Metropolitan Transportation Authority
347 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Attention: General Counsel
Protests and complaints made to MTA Board members, officials,
employees (other than the Project Manager, the General Counsel and any
other persons expressly declared by MT A to be designated points of
contact for this RFP) or consultants of MTA or any of its affiliates or
subsidiaries, the State of New York or any other governmental entity shall
be considered an impermissible Contact.
A finding that a proposer has knowingly and willfully violated the limitation on' the
Contacts rule will result in a determination of non-responsibility for such
proposer, and MTA will not enter into an agreement with such proposer and its
subsidiaries, and any related or successor entity with substantially similar
function, management, board of directors, officers and shareholders, unless MTA
finds that such designation is necessary to protect public property or public
health or safety, and that the proposer is the only source capable of supplying
the required article of procurement within the necessary timeframe, provided,
that, MTA is required to include in the procurement record a statement describing
the basis for such a finding.
The Lobbying Law Provisions require MTA to obtain specific information
regarding prior non-responsibility determinations relating to each proposer. This
information must be collected in addition to the information that is separately
obtained pursuant to New York State Finance Law §163(9). The information
required to be disclosed is set forth in the Disclosure of Prior Non-Responsibility
Determinations Form (Exhibit B, Form 1) which must be completed by proposer
and submitted with its Proposal. The Lobbying Law Provisions also require that
each proposer affirm and certify as to its compliance with the Lobbying Law
Provisions. The required Affirmation and Certification Form (Exhibit B, Form 2)
and must be completed by proposer and submitted with its Proposal.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY THE PROJECT MANAGER (see
p. 2) OR AS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY NEW YORK STATE
FINANCE LAW §§ 139-J AND 139-K, DURING THE "RESTRICTED PERIOD"
OF THIS SOLICITATION, NEITHER PROPOSERS, NOR ANY EMPLOYEE,
AGENT OR CONSULTANT OR PERSON ACTING ON BEHALF OF
PROPOSERS, MAY "CONTACT" BOARD MEMBERS, OFFICIALS,
EMPLOYEES (OTHER THAN THE PROJECT MANAGER AND ANY OTHER
PERSONS EXPRESSLY DECLARED BY MTA TO BE DESIGNATED POINTS
OF CONTACT FOR THIS RFP) OR CONSULTANTS OF MTA OR ANY OF ITS
AFFILIATES OR SUBSIDIARIES, THE STATE OF NEW YORK OR ANY
OTHER GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY REGARDING THIS RFP AND RELATED
MATTERS. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS REQUIREMENT MAY RESULT IN
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THE PROPOSER'S DISQUALIFICATION FROM CONSIDERATION
PURSUANT TO THIS RFP. THE TERMS "CONTACT" AND "RESTRICTED
PERIOD" ARE DEFINED IN NEW YORK STATE FINANCE LAW §§ 139-J AND
139-K AND THOSE "CONTACTS" THAT ARE CONSIDERED TO BE
IMPERMISSIBLE ARE DESCRIBED THEREIN.
General Matters
Requests for clarification concerning this RFP should be made by mail or email
to the Project Manager at the above address. Neither the Project Manager nor
any other employee of the MTA, or the Railroads, is authorized to give
interpretations of this RFP or additional information regarding the requirements of
this RFP directly to individual proposers. Interpretations or additional information
with respect to this RFP, if provided, will be communicated to all registered
proposers by email or written addenda.
Neither MTA nor the Railroads will be responsible for any costs or expenses
incurred in preparing and submitting information in response to this RFP. The
MTA and the Railroads assume no contractual or other obligations as a result of
the issuance of this RFP, the preparation or submission of materials by a
proposer, the evaluation of materials, the proposers conducting of presentations,
or the selection of any proposer. There may be no claims whatsoever for
reimbursement from the MTA or the Railroads or any of their or
agents for such costs.
If proposers desire their submission to be subject to the terms of a Non­
Disclosure Agreement, MTA and the Railroads are willing to enter into the Non­
Disclosure Agreement set forth as Exhibit A. Subject to the terms of that Non­
Disclosure Agreement, MTA and the Railroads shall be entitled to retain and use,
without compensation to any party responding to this RFP, all information
submitted, including but not limited to any concept, element or idea (including
financial plans and ownership structures) disclosed 'in or evident from the
foregoing or which may be revealed during any communications with proposers.
Public access to material submitted by proposers in response to this RFP shall
be governed by the relevant provisions of the Freedom of Information Law, which
constitutes Article 6 of the New York State Public Officers Law ("FOIL"), and
regulations adopted pursuant thereto. If any proposer submits information that it
believes to be a trade secret or otherwise exempt from disclosure under FOIL, it
must specifically identify such information and state in writing the reasons why
the information should be exempt from disclosure.
The MT A and the Railroads will not pay for or refund any costs and expenses
incurred by a proposer in responding to this RFP.
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The MTA and the Railroads reserve the right, at any time, in their sole and
absolute discretion and without liability, to (a) accept or reject any or all
Proposals, (b) withdraw this RFP without notice, (c) use the Proposals as a basis
for negotiation with one or more proposers and/or with parties other than those
responding to this RFP and/or on terms other than those set forth herein,
including to enter into definitive agreements for the deployment of one or more
wireless broadband networks without undertaking any further solicitation process,
or (d) waive compliance with and/or change any of the terms of this RFP.
Under no circumstances will the MTA and the Railroads be liable for any costs
and e x p e n ~ e s associated with the. preparation, clarification, submission, or
negotiation of submissions submitted in response to this RFP.
This RFP does not constitute an offer to sell, lease or license any property of
MTA or the Railroads. None of the MTA, the Railroads, or any a'ffiliate or
subsidiary of any of the foregoing. shall incur any obligation or liability on account
of any submission made in connection with this RFP unless and until an
agreement setting forth all the terms and conditions of a transaction has been
fully negotiated and a written agreement incorporating such terms and
conditions has been fully executed and unconditionally delivered by all the
parties thereto and all necessary consents and approvals have been obtained
including. without limitation, approval of such written agreement by the MTA
Board.
MTA and the Railroads make no representations or warranties whatsoever with
respect to this RFP, including, without limitation, representations or warranties as
to the accuracy or completeness of any information or assumptions contained in
this RFP or otherwise furnished to proposers; the ridership of the Railroads; the
suitability of the Railroads' facilities for the implementation of wireless broadband
service; and any environmental conditions existing on the property of the
Railroads. proposers shall make their own analysis and evaluation of the income
potential and profits and expense of any wireless broadband deployment,as well
as the physical condition, operation, layout, size, systems and integrity of the
Railroads' facilities, and proposers shall not rely upon any statement or
information given to proposers by the MTA or the Railroads, including without
limitation, any information contained in this RFP or in any other documents cited
in this RFP or made available during this RFP process.
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MINORITY AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
It is the policy of the MT A that Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises
(MIWBEs) shall have the maximum opportunity to participate in the performance
of this engagement. The proposer shall describe in detail past participation of
MIWBE firms on recently completed projects.
The proposer must indicate whether its team will include MIWBE participation.
The proposer shall describe in detail how MIWBE firms will be utilized on the
proposed wide scale wireless broadband implementation.
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EXHIBIT A: Form of Non-Disclosure Agreement
RECIPROCAL NON-DISCLOSURE AND CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT
1. This Reciprocal Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement (the
. "Agreement") is made and entered into as of the day of 2009 by, between
and among [Proposer], a [corporation], and its affiliates and subsidiaries
(collectively, "Proposer") having its principal place of business at [ADDRESS] and the
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, a New York public benefit corporation, its
subsidiaries Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Commuter Rail Road Company
(collectively, "MTA"), having its principal place of business at 347 Madison Avenue;
Real Estate, 8th floor, New York, NY 10017. Proposer and MTA shall hereinafter
collectively be referred to as the "Parties
fl
and individually as the "Party".
2. The Parties desire to discuss certain business transactions and to exchange
information for the purpose of exploring a potential business relationship regarding the
deployment of a wireless broadband network on the MT A's trains and in the MTA's
stations ("Purpose"). In order to facilitate these discussions and in order for the Parties to
receive from each other, either orally or in writing, certain technical and business
information. under terms that will protect the confidential and proprietary nature of such
information, the Parties have entered into this Agreement. For purposes herein, any
confidential technical or business information of third persons furnished or disclosed
confidentially, as set forth herein, by one Party to the other shall be deemed the
disclosing Party's information and, accordingly, shall be subject to t4e terms and
conditions of this Agreement.
3. Each Party may find it beneficial to disclose to the other Party certain
information that may include, but is not limited to, trade secrets, discoveries, ideas,
concepts, know-how, techniques, designs, specifications, drawings, maps, blueprints,
diagrams, flow and other technical, financial or business information (the "Information").
Such Information, which is provided in written, encoded, graphic, or other tangible form
shall be deemed to be confidential and proprietary if it is clearly marked confidential. If
the Information is provided orally, it shall be deemed to be confidential and proprietary if
it is so identified by the disclosing Party at the time of such disclosure. Either Party may
confirm, within five (5) days of making oral confidential statements, that such
information was confidential and proprietary. The Information disclosed as set forth
above shall be deemed "Confidential Information."
4. The Parties agree that they shall hold such Confidential Information in
confidence, with the same care a Party uses for its own Confidential Information, which,
in no event shall be less than a reasonable standard of care, and shall use same solely for
the Purpose, and further agree that they shall not make disclosure of any such
Confidential Information to anyone except those employees and consultants necessary to
review such Confidential Information. Prior to providing the Confidential Information to
any consultant, a Party will ensure that a nondisclosure agreement or an agreement with
similar protections, is in place with each consultant that is substantially similar to this
Agreement. Prior to providing the Confidential Information, each employee or
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consultant to whom such disclosure is to be made, shall be notified that such Confidential
Information is received in confidence and shall be kept in confidence by such employee
or consultant as set forth in this Agreement. In the event such Confidential Information
must be disclosed by either Party to third persons for the Purpose, each Party shall, prior
to such disclosure, obtain written consent from the other Party and obtain from the third
person a written agreement regarding confidentiality of the Confidential Information, the
terms of which shall be substantially similar to those contained herein.
5. The obligation of non-disclosure and confidentiality shall not apply to any
Confidential Information: (a) previously known to either Party free of any obligation to
keep it confidential; (b) that has been or which becomes publicly known, through no
wrongful act of either Party; ( c) which is rightfully received from a third party who is
under no obligation of confidence to either Party; (d) which is independently developed
by the recipient Party without resort to the Confidential Information that has been
disclosed pursuant to this Agreement; or ( e) which MT A determines is required to be
disclosed in order to comply with applicable law or regulation (including without
limitation, the New York Freedom of Information Law) or with any requirement imposed
by judicial or administrative process, or any governmental or court order but only to the
extent required and, provided that the recipient Party in each such instance before making
such disclosure first: 0) promptly notifies the other Party of a required disclosure upon
receipt of a governmental or court order or upon receipt of a request for disclosure under
the New York Freedom of Information Law, and Oi) cooperates with the other Party in
making, if available under applicable law, a good faith effort to obtain a protective order
or other appropriate determination against, or limiting disclosure or· use of the
Confidential Information, at no cost to the recipient Party.
6. All Confidential Information shall remain the exclusive property of the
disclosing Party. The disclosure of Confidential Information by the disclosing Party shall
not constitute an express or implied grant to the recipient Party, of any rights to or under
the disclosing Party's patents, copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks or any other
intellectual property rights. All Confidential Information shall be returned to the
disclosing Party upon written request. In the event the Parties decide not to enter into a
business relationship regarding the subject matter hereof, then all such disclosed
Confidential Information shall be returned to the Party who provided such Confidential
Information upon request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, MT A shall have no obligation
to return any Confidential Information provided to it by Proposer as part of Proposer's
response to MTA'sRequest for Proposals, provided however, that MTA shall continue to
have the obligation to protect the confidentiality of such Confidential Information
pursuant to the terms hereof.
7. Neither this Agreement, nor any rights hereunder, in whole or in part, shall
be assignable or otherwise transferable by either Party and the obligations contained in
this Agreement shall survive and continue for a period of five (5) years from the date of
this Agreement, except if the Parties agree to incorporate this Agreement by reference
into a business agreement or contract as contemplated by the Purpose, in which case
notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the obligations contained in
this Agreement shall then continue and survive from the date of initial disclosure of
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Confidential Information through the term of such business agreement or 'contract and
after its expiration.
8. This Agreement shall be governed by and constituted and enforced in
accordance with the laws of the State of New York without regards to conflicts of law.
Failure to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any
other term hereof.
9. The recipient Party acknowledges that remedies at law may be inadequate
to protect the disclosing Party against any actual or threatened breach of this Agreement
by the recipient Party or by its representatives and, without prejudice to any other rights
and remedies otherwise available to the disclosing Party, the recipient Party agrees to
allow the seeking of injunctive or other equitable relief in the disclosing Party's favor,
without the requirement of providing proof of actual damages.
10. This Agreement contains the sole and entire agreement between the
Parties related to the disclosure of Confidential Information with respect to the Purpose.
This Agreement may only be modified in a writing executed by both Parties. Should any
provision of this Agreement be deemed illegal or otherwise unenforceable, that provision
shall be severed and the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.
11. This Agreement shall not create, nor will it create an obligation to form a
joint venture, partnership or other formal business relationship of any kind nor will it
prohibit either Party from engaging in similar discussions with a similar Purpose, with
any other third party.
12. If a legal action between or among any Parties arises from this Agreement
or the conduct of any Party with respect to any disclosing Party's Confidential
Information, a prevailing Party shall recover from the other Party or parties to the action
its reasonable attorney fees and costs of suit.
13. This Agreement may be executed by facsimile and in counterparts.
IN WITNESS HEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date and year written
above.
[RESPONDENT]
Name:
Title:
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Name:
Title:
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EXHIBIT B, FORM 1
NEW YORK STATE FINANCE LAW SECTIONS 139-j and 139-k
CERTIFICATION
General Information
All procurements (which are defined to include entering into
license agreements) by the MTA in excess of $15,000 annually
are subject to New York State's State Finance Law Sections
139-j and 139-k, effective January 1, 2006 (the "Procurement
Lobbying Law').
Pursuant to the Procurement Lobbying Law, all "contacts"
(defined as oral, written or electronic communications with the
MTA intended to influence a procurement) during a procurement
must be made with one or more designated Point(s) of Contact
only. Exceptions to this rule include written questions during the
bid/proposal process, communications with regard to protests,
contract negotiations and RFP conference participation.
Nothing in the Procurement Lobbying Law inhibits any rights to
make an appeal, protest or complaint under existing
administrative or judicial procedures.
Violations of the policy regarding permissible contacts
must be reported to the appropriate MTA officer and
investigated accordingly. The first violation may result in a
determination of non-responsibility and ineligibility for
award to the violator and its subsidiaries, affiliates and
related entities. The penalty for a second violation within
four (4) years is ineligibility for bidding/proposing on a
procurement and/or ineligibility from being awarded any
contract for a period of four (4) years. The MTA will notify
the New York State Office of General Services ("OGS") of
any determinations of non-responsibility or debarments
due to violations of the Procurement Lobbying Law.
Violations found to be "knowing and willful" must be
reported to the MT A Executive Director and OGS.
Moreover, the statutes require the MTA to obtain certain
affirmations and certifications from bidders and proposers. This
Certification contains the forms with which to comply, together
with additional information and instructions.
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Instructions
New York State Finance Law §139-k (2) obligates the MTA to
obtain specific information regarding prior non-responsibility
determinations. This information must be collected in addition
to the information that is separately obtained pursuant to New
York State Finance Law §139-k, an offerer must be asked to
disclose whether there has been a finding of non-responsibility
made within the previous four (4) years by any governmental
entity due to: (a) a violation of New York State Finance Law
§ 139-j or (b) the intentional provision of false or incomplete
information' to a governmental entity.
As part of its responsibility determination, New York State
Finance Law § 139-k(3) mandates consideration of whether an
offerer fails to timely disclose accurate or complete information
regarding the above non-responsibility determination. In
accordance with law, no procurement contract shall be awarded
to any offerer that fails to timely disclose accurate or complete
information under this section, unless the factual elements of
the limited waiver provision can be satisfied on the written
record.
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Disclosure of Prior Non-Responsibility Determinations
Name of Proposer:________________________
Address:
Name and Title
of Person Submitting
this Form:
Has any governmental entity1 made a finding of non-responsibility regarding the Proposer or any
Affiliate thereof in the previous four years? DYes DNo
If yes: Was the basis for such finding of the non-responsibility due to a violation of State Finance
Law §139-j? DYes DNo
Was the basis for such finding of non-responsibility due to the intentional provision of false or
incomplete information to a governmental entity? DYes [lNo
If yes, please provide details regarding the finding of non-responsibility below.
Governmental Entity: _______________
Year of Finding of Non-Responsibility: ____________
Basis of Finding of Non-Responsibility:
(Add additional pages as necessary)
Has any governmental entity terminated a procurement contract with the Proposer or any Affiliate
thereof due to the intentional provision cif false or incomplete information? DYes DNo
A "governmental entity" is: (1) any department, board, bureau, commission, division, office, council, committee or
officer of New York State, whether permanent or temporary; (2) each house of the New York State Legislature; (3) the
unified court system; (4) any public authority, public benefit corporation or commission created by or existing pursuant to
the public authorities law; (5) any public authority or public benefit corporation, at least one of whose members is
appointed by the governor or who serves as a member by virtue of holding a civil office of the state; (6) a municipal
agency, as that term is defined in paragraph (ii) of subdivision(s) of section one-c of the Legislative Law; or (7) a
subsidiary or affiliate of such a public authority. (SFL §139-j, paragraph 1.a.)
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1
EXHIBIT B, FORM 2
NEW YORK STATE FINANCE LAW SECTIONS 139-; and 139-k
CERTIFICATION
Proposer's Affirmation and Certification
By signing below, the undersigned:
a) Affirms that the Proposer understands and agrees to comply
with the policy regarding permissible contacts in accordance
with New York State Finance Law Sections 139-j and 139-k.
b) Certifies that all information provided to the MT A with
respect to New York State Finance Law §139-j and §139-k is
complete, true and accurate.
Name of Proposer:._____________________
Authorized Signature: ____________________
Name of Authorized Signatory : ________________
Title:_________________________
Date: ______________
MTA's Right to Terminate:
The MTA and the Railroads reserve the right to terminate the future
agreement among MTA, the Railroads and the Proposer in the event it is
found that the foregoing certification, in accordance with New York State
Finance Law § 139-k. was intentionally false or intentionally incomplete. Upon
such finding, the MTA and the Railroads may exercise their termination right
by providing written notification to the Proposer in accordance with the written
notification terms of such agreement.
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EXHIBITC
LIRR Wireless Broadband Proof of Concept Parameters
Below are the minimum requirements to conduct WiFi technical evaluation installations
on LIRR trains:
• The technical evaluation to be conducted on a train of select test car(s) specified
by LIRR Maintenance of Equipment (MOE) departments will specify and oversee
the wireless access point installation on board our trains. Demonstrate that the
necessary WiFi equipment can be installed on LIRR passenger rail cars without
interfering with the LIRR rail operations. Show how the installation of WiFi
equipment on LIRR passenger train equipment can be carried out under current
LIRR and labor rules. LIRR prefers temporary on-train antenna or other system
component installations.
• The technical evaluations ~ e to be conducted over a minimum track length
specified by LIRR and where trains can achieve a rate of speed of at least 60
MPH.
• The network within each car is to provide a WiFi hotspot in the 2.4 GHz range
(IEEE 802.11 b / g / n standards based).
• Commonly available handsets such as Palm, Blackberry, smart phones and others
must be able to access and maintain the WiFi Internet connection.
• If your proposed technical evaluation requires way-side equipment, details are to
be provided (describe what is required, including electric power, poles or other
structure attachments, etc.). Provide detailed description of potential trackside
locations. Show how the trackside construction process can operate under current
LIRR work and labor rules. All equipment and way side infrastructure will be
provided by the proposer. Prefer adjacent to ROW antenna site installation where
possible. Where ROW antenna installation is necessary the installation should be
temporary.
• Describe in detail all system components (from the backhaul connections to train
devices) including access point servers, power sources/options and cabling or
construction requirement.
• Provide requirements-for ROW signal strength testing. If ROW surveying is
required, proper safety certification is required.
• Outline installation timeframe and step-by-step timeline/duration of technical
evaluation.
• Demonstrate how the Service Provider's Network Operations function will be
able to monitor the on train WiFi network.
• Acceptance test plans must be developed and approved by LIRR.
• Technical evaluation should require very little or no infrastructure support from
LIRR resources (i.e. power, facilities, poleline mounting space etc.). If support is
required it must be clearly defined up-front and subject to LIRR approval and
associated costs.
• LIRR may consider third party installations, subject to our labor rules.
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• All associated costs for any technical evaluation installations including LIRR
support labor are to be the responsibility ofthe Service Provider.
The basic methodology for technical evaluation is expected to be as follows:
a. Maintain an internet connection on a moving train for the defined distance.
b. In a static test environment, prove that WiFi coverage is feasible on LIRR
passenger car models and forms such that the signal adequately propagates.
c. Prove that the WiFi signal does not adversely impact passenger car "on train
systems".
d. Show that the WiFi signals will not adversely impact LIRR trackside
communications and systems currently in place.
e. Collect and share data with respect to installation ease, time durations, manpower
& material used.
f. Demonstrate to LIRR how the Service Provider would rectify future interference
issues that impact on / off-board Communications & Signal systems after the
proposed WiFi system is deployed and in operation.
g. Demonstrate that WiFi eqqipment can be adapted to the LIRR's infrastructure and
applicable operating environment.
h. Demonstrate that a sufficient number of users on a single car using standard
internet applications (such as Google, Facebook, iTunes) can use the WiFi
service, and complete an analysis of their service levels.
1. Measure the total available bandwidth per passenger railcar and complete an
analysis of assumptive usage patterns.
J. Demonstrate that the necessary WiFi equipment can be installed trackside with
minimal interference to the LIRR's rail operations.
k. Test and demonstrate pre-agreed maintenance practices for a variety of scenarios
covering both trackside and on train equipment.
l. Measure. footage between devices, station structures, height and distance of
attachment options from railroad tracks.
m. Conduct acceptance tests.
n. Obtain customer feedback through research (surveys or focus groups). Funds for
the research should be provided by the Service Provider, while the project Will be
organized and supervised by MTA and LIRR research staff.
o. WiFi equipment installed for testing must not interfere with plain sight and
physical access to electric breakers, switches or any equipment utilized by
transportation service employees for operations and/or trouble shooting.
p. Employees contracted for the installation and maintenance of WiFi equipment
must identify themselves to LIRR crew members and advise if their duties require
access to onboard facilitiesllockers.
q. LIRR Transportation Services must be notified of WiFi equipped train cars.
r. A description of WiFi related enclosures and apparatus including locations.
s ~ Electronic means of disabling WiFi access within the operating compartments of
LIRR train cars.
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EXHIBITD
Metro-North Wireless Broadband Proof of Concept Parameters
Below are the minimum requirements to conduct WiFi technical evaluation installations
on Metro-North trains and stations:
• The technical evaluation installations are to be operational for at least 1 - 2
months.
• The technical evaluation to be conducted on a train of select test car(s) specified
by Metro-North
• All associated costs for any technical evaluation installations including Metro- .
North support labor are to be the responsibility of the WiFi service provider.
Metro-North may consider third party installations, subject to our labor rules.
• The technical evaluations are to be conducted over a minimum track length
specified by Metro-North and where trains can achieve a rate of speed of at least
60 MPH.
• The network within each car is to provide a WiFi hotspot in the 2.4 GHz range
(IEEE 802.11 bIg I n standards based).
• Commonly available handsets such as Palm, Blackberry, smart phones and others
must be able to access and maintain the WiFi Internet connection.
• If your proposed technical evaluation requires way-side equipment, details are to
be provided (describe what is required, including electric power, poles or other
structure attachments, etc.) All equipment and way side infrastructure will be
provided by AT&T.
• At the discretion of Metro-North, select stations may be equipped with (1 )
Access Points that will communicate with train roof mounted antennas and
provide wide band services while train is stationary in-station and Metro-North
may wish to see a fixed display of integrated in-station train information I
promotional information on LCD station screen(s) (placed in vandal proof
casing).
• Describe the Service Provider's Network Operations Center (NOC) that will
support the technical evaluation, including location, functions, etc.
• Feasibility of test area to include ParkAvenue Tunnels.
• Must test for potential interference with existing on board RF systems and other
Metro-North communications and operating systems.
• Need to provide a Professional Engineer with expertise to conduct external
testing.
The basic methodology for proof of concept evaluation is expected to be as follows:
1. Technical evaluations: Involves an end-to-end test checking throughput data rate
and other parameters (web access, different frequency bands, interference etc) .
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2. Users I testers during the technical evaluation period will be representatives of
MT AlMetro-North and/or railroad passengers with WiFi enabled handsets to test
(applications such as email, web surf, sports, stock-watch and news headlines).
Need to provide what is the degradation of many users: Provide outline in detail
of technical bandwidth being proposed and minimum levels to be provided.
3. Business trials: Based on the theme oflook and feel of equipment, advertising,
branding arrangements and others criteria that must be discussed.
(a) The Service Provider to absorb all technical evaluation run costs
including railroad flagging and force account expenses.
(b) Installation and alteration work to railroad cars and right-of-way are to
be as limited as possible with as low impact upon the railroad resources as
possible.
(c) A time line for the project implelIlentation of the technical evaluation
once approved by the MTA and Metro-North.
All associated costs for the technical evaluation, including LIRR and Metro­
North flagging and other force account costs will be the sole responsibility of the
Service Provider.
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MTA METRO-NORTH RAILROAD
PASSENGER COUNTS
2007
,
TABLE 1
2007 INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS SUMMARY (I)
I) WEEKDAY
LINE
AM
PEAK
WEEKDAY
OFF PEAK
TOTAL
WEEKDAY
Hudson Line
Harlem Line
New Haven Line
18,132
28,002
39,199
7,347
17,169
22,807
25,479
45,171
62,006
TOTAL EAST OF HUDSON 85,333 47,323 132,656
Port Jervis Line
,
Pascack Valley Line
2,131
800
408··
35
2,539
835
TOTAL WEST OF HUDSON 2,931 443 3,374
METRO NORTH TOTAL 88,264 47,766 136,030
II) WEEKEND
LINE SATURDAY SUNDAY
TOTAL
WEEKEND
Hudson Line
Harlem Line
New Haven Line
11,287
17,353
28,066
9,255
13,463
21,372
10,542
30,816
49,438
TOTAL EAST OF HUDSON 56,706 44,090 100,796
Port Jervis Line
Pascack Valley Line
446
122
444
123
890
245
TOTAL WEST OF HUDSON 568 567 1,135
METRO NORTH TOTAL 57;1.74 44,657 101,931
(l) Calculated by factoring the most recent on/off counts for each line to reflect 2007 ridership, based on
ticket sales data. Totals include transfers.
TABLE 2
2007 WEEKDAY INBOUND RIDERSHIP BY LINE SEGMENT (I).
HARLEM, HUDSON AND NEW HAVEN LINES
WEEKDAY AM TOTAL
LINE/SEGMENT PEAK OFF PEAK WE.EKDAY
HUDSON LINE
Lower Hudson 12,017 4,978 16,995
Upper Hudson 6,115 2,369 8,484
18,132 7,347 25,479 TOTAL HUDSON LINE
HARLEM LINE
Lower Harlem 18,810 12,274 31,084
Upper Harlem 8,674 4,442 13, I 16
Dover Plains/Wassaic 518 453 971
28,002 17,169 45,171 TOTAL HARLEM LINE
NEW HAYEN LINE
Inner New Haven 20,558 15,011 35,569
Outer New Haven 15,520 7,03\ 22,551
New Canaan Branch 487 1,969 2,456
Danbury Branch \ ,021 131 1,152
Waterbury Branch 147 278 131
39,199 TOTAL NEW HAVEN LINE 62,006
22,807 =
85,333 47,323 METRO NORTH TOTAL 132,656
(I) Calculaled byfaclOring the most recent on/offcounlsfor each line lO reflect 2007 ridership, based on
ticket sales data. Totals include transfers.
TABLE 3
2007 WEEKEND INBOUND RIDERSHIP BY LINE SEGMENT (I)
HARLEM, HUDSON AND NEW HAVEN LINES
TOTAL
LINE/SEGMENT SATURDAY SUNDAY WEEKEND
HUDSON LINE
Lower Hudson 6,076 4,884 10,960
Upper Hudson 5,211 4,371 9,582
TOTAL HUDSON LINE 11,287 9,255 20,542
HARLEM LINE
Lower Harlem 11,427 7,800 19,227
Upper Harlem 5,385 4,878 10,263
Dover Plains/Wassaic 541 785 1,326
TOTAL HARLEM LINE 17,353 13,463 30,816
NEW HAVEN LINE
Inner New Haven 14,944 10,518 25,462
Outer New Haven 12,150 9,714 21,864
New Canaan Branch 475 538 1,013
Danbury Branch 238 260 498
Waterbury Branch 259 342 601
TOTAL NEW HA VEN LINE 28,066 21,372 49,438
METRO NORTH TOTAL 56,706 44,090 100,796
(I) Calculated by factoring the most recent on/offcounts for each line 10 reflect 2007 ridership, based on
ticket sales data. Totals include transJers.
TABLE 4
2007 HUDSON LINE WEEKDAY INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS(I)
STATION
AM
PEAK
WEEKDAY
OFF PEAK
TOTAL
WEEKDAY
Poughkeepsie 982 782 1,764
New Hamburg
Beacon
851
1,860
247
568
1,098
2,428
Cold Spring
Garrison
307
262
12J
79
428
341
Peekskill
Cortlandt
1,061
792
428
144
1,489
936
Croton-Harmon (2)
Ossining
Scarborough
Philipse Manor
Tarrytown
2,661
975
742
238
1,760
924
534
123
48
1,123
3,585
1,509
865
286
2,883
Irvington

Dobbs Ferry
Hastings-on-Hudson
630
186
810
831
308
134
376
303
938
320
1,186
1,134
Greystone
Glenwood
Yonkers
Ludlow
369
237
631
174
124
96
470
91
493
333
1,101
265
Riverdale
Spuyten Duyvil
Marble Hill
University Heights
Morris Heights
627
933
124
22
47
95
131
51
5
25
722
1,064
175
27
72
Harlem-I 25th Street 20 17 37
TOTAL HUDSON LINE 18,132 7,347 25,479
(I) Calculated byjac/oring 2006 On/OffCounts based on ficket sales data 10 reflect 2007 ridership In·els.
(2) Station totals include transfers.
TABLES
2007 HUDSON LINE WEEKEND INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS (I)
STATION SATURDAY SUNDAY
TOTAL
WEEKEND
Poughkeepsie 1,742 1,589 3,331
New Hamburg 484 366 850
Beacon 1,404 1,075 2,479
Breakneck Ridge II 6 17
Cold Spring 418 376 794
Garrison 268 207 475
Manitou 3 5 8
Peekskill 716 612 1,328
Cortlandt 165 135 300
Croton-Harmon (2) 1,275 974 2,249
Ossining 689 684 1,373
Scarborough 135 98 233
Philipse Manor 42 48 90
Tarrytown 1,427 1,079 2,506
Irvington 212 212 424
Ardsley-on-Hudson 116 45 161
Dobbs Ferry 415 386 801
Hastings-on-H udson 403 273 676
Greystone 122 71 193
Glenwood 165 142 307
Yonkers 551 489 1,040
Ludlow 105 70 175
Riverdale 136 89 225
Spuyten Duyvil 164 140 304
Marble Hill 79 38 117
University Heights 7 8 15
Morris Heights 29 29 . 58
Harlem-125th Street 4
-

13
ITOTAL HUDSON LINE 11,287 9,255 20,542
(I) Calculated by jactoring 2006 On/OffCounts based on ticket sales data to reflect 2007 ridership levels_
(2) Station totals include transfers_
TA8LE 5
2007 HARLEM LINE WEEKDAY IN80UND ST A nON 80ARDINGS (1)
STATION
AM
PEAK
WEEKDAY
OFF PEAK
TOTAL
WEEKDAY
Wassaic
Tenmile River
67
9
245
13
312
22
Dover Plains
Harlem Valley-Wingdale
82
78
49
41
131
119
IPawling
IPatterson
197
85
58
47
255
132
Southeast (2) 969 730 1,699
Brewster 781 486 1,267
Croton Falls 414 177 591
Purdys 436 125 561
Goldens Bridge 814 222 1,036
Katonah 814 444 1,258
Bedford Hills 428 298 726
Mount Kisco 900 647 . 1,547
Chappaqua 1,605 517 2,122
Pleasantville 618 420 1,038
Hawthorne 596 257 853
Valhalla 299 119 418
North White Plains (2) 1,468 956 2,424
White Plains (2) 3,653 5,632 9,285
Hartsdale 2,153 662 2,815
Scarsdale 2,992 1,321 .4,313
Crestwood 1,393 398 1,791
Tuckahoe 1,032 393 1,425
Bronxville 2,119 991 3,110
Fleetwood 1,700 568 2,268
Mount Vernon West (2) 793 308 1,101
Wakefield 312 82 394
Woodlawn 720 272 992
Williams Bridge 133 46 179
Botanical Garden 145 146 291
Fordham 170 446 616
Tremont 9 7 16
Melrose 9 I 10
Harlem-I 25th Street 9 45 54
ITOTAL HARLEM LINE 28,002 17,169 45,111
(I) Calculated by jOctoring 2005 OnlOjJCounts based on ticket safes data to reflect 2007 ridership levels.
(2) Station totals include transfers.
TABLE 9
2007 HARLEM LINE WEEKEND INBOUND STATION (1 )
.
STATION SATURDAY SUNDAY
TOTAL
WEEKEND
Wassaic
Tenmile River
226
23
365
50
591
7J
Dover Plains
Harlem Valley-Wingdale
109
61
131
99
.240
160
Appalachian Trail
Pawling
Patterson
4
80
38
0
\09
31
4
189
69
Southeast (2) 1,001 1,051 2,052
Brewster 608 682 1,290
Croton Falls 283 205 488
Purdys 172 98 270
Goldens Bridge 258 234 492
Katonah 580 492 1,072
Bedford Hills 345 377 722
Mount Kisco 743 710 1,453
Chappaqua 560 415 975
Pleasantville 474 333 807
Hawthorne 244 195 439
Mount Pleasant 10 6 16
Valhalla 107 80 187
North White Plains (2) 801 607 1,408
White Plains (2) 4,339 3,1 13 7,452
Hartsdale 756 446 1,202
Scarsdale J,169 820 1,989
Crestwood 455 242 697
Tuckahoe 461 277 738
Bronxville 1,075 716 1,791
Fleetwood 738 505 1,243
Mount Vernon West (2) 383 218 601
Wakefield 143 80 223
Woodlawn 446 284 730
Williams Bridge 76 53 129
Botanical Garden 220 209 429
Fordham 324 207 531
Tremont I I 2
Melrose I 3 4
Harlem-I 25th Street 39 19 58
TOTAL HARLEM LINE 17,353 13,463 30,816 .
(/) Calculated by factoring 2005 OnlOjJCounts based on ticket sales data to reflect 2007 ridership leve/s.
(2) Station totals include transfers.
· .
TABLE6
2007 NEW HAVEN LINE WEEKDA Y INBOUND STATION BOARDlNGS(I)
AM TOTAL
STATION PEAK
~
WEEKDAY
Waterbury 47 109 156
Naugatuck 19 II 30
Beacon Falls 16 5 21
Seymour 10 8 18
Ansonia 16 9 25
Derby Shelton 23 5 28
Danbury 187 7J 260
Bethel 169 19 188
Redding 51 7 58
Branchville 196 ·13 209
Cannondale 109 5 114
Wilton 220 12 232
Merritt-7 89 2 91
New Canaan 890 293 1,183
Talmadge Hill 312 36 348
Springdale . 445 80 525
Glenbrook 322 78 400
New Haven-Stale SI. 8 36 44
New Haven 2,130 1,856 3,986
Milford 1.051 439 1.490
Stratford 1.034 286 1320
Bridgeport (2) 2,383 1,151 3,534
Fairfield 2.057 696 2,753
Southport 263 54 317
Green's Farms 539 79 618
Westport 1.788 812 HOO
East Norwalk 423 118 541
South Norwalk (2) 1,407 782 2,189
Rowayton 484 51 535
Darien 958 445 1,403
Noroton Heights 995 226 1,221
Stamford (2) 3.51/ 4,668 8,179
Old Greenwich 585 280 865
Riverside 555 190 745
Cos Cob 618 197 815
Greenwich 1,544 1,507 3,051
Port Chester 1,329 1,093 2,422
Rye 1,400 1,142 2,542
Harrison 1,437 836 2,273
Mamaroneck 1,438 1,032 2,470
Larchmont 2,725 1,051 3,776
New Rochelle 2.560 1,752 4,312
Pelham 1,873 586 2,459
Mount Vernon East 968 6\3 1,581
Fordham 3 43 46
Harlem-I 25th Street '12 21 33
ITOTALNEW HAVEN LINE 39,199 22,807 62,006
(I) Calculated byfactoring 20()/ OnIOjJCounlS based on lickt sales dala 10 reflect 2007 ridership level>
(1) Siation 101als include 1ransfers.
TABLE 10
2007 NEW HAVEN LINE WEEKEND INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS(I)
STATION SATURDAY SUNDAY
TOTAL
WEEKEND
Waterbury
Naugatuck
Beacon Falls
Seymour
Ansonia
Derby Shelton
193
20
1
8
14
23
228
33
10
13
29
29
421
53
II
21
43
52
Danbury
Bethel
Redding·
Branchville
137
35
10
23
118
52
15
35
255
87
25
58
Cannondale
Wilton
Memtt·7
13
16
4
17
19
4
30
35
8
New Canaan
Talmadge Hill
Springdale
Glenbrook
290
28
86
71
360
36
86
56
650
64
172
127
New Haven-State SI. (3)
New Haven
NA
4,132
NA
3,416
NA
7,548
Milford
Stratford
828
610
597
334
1,425
944
Bridgeport (2) 1.985 1.500 3,485
Fairfield
Southport
Green's Fanns
Westport
1,182
73
51
1,107
836
60
70
993
2,018
133
121
2,100
East Norwalk
South Norwalk (2)
154
1,034
86
975
240
2,009
Rowayton
Darien
NorotOll Heights
Stamford (2)
33
568
393
4,124
50
505
292
3,256
83
1,073
685
7,380
Old Greenwich
Riverside
Cos Cob
Greenwich
269
107
223
1,164
213
130
125
829
482
237
348
1,993
Port Chester
Rye
1.337
909
974
653
2,311
1,562
Hamson
Mamaroneck
Larchmont
768
977
1,224
543
703
693
UII
1,680
1,917
New Rochelle
Pelham
Mount Vernon East
2.074
827
876
1,408
483
503
3.482
1,310
1,379
Fordham 41 2 43
Harlem-I 25th Street 24 3 27
!TOTALNEW HAVEN LINE 28,066 21.372 49,438
(I) Calculated byfactoring 2001 OniO/fCOUI1!S based on ticket sales data 10 reflect 2007 ridership level,
(2) StOlion totals include transfers.
(3) No Weekend Sen:ice to'from New Haven-State St. stOlion.
TABLE 7
2007 WEST OF HUDSON WEEKDAY INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS (I)
1) PORT JERVIS LINE (2)
STATION
AM
PEAK
WEEKDAY
OFF PEAK
TOTAL
WEEKDAY
Port Jervis
Otisville
Middletownffown of Walt kill
Campbell Hall
Salisbury Mills/Cornwall
Harriman
Tuxedo
Sloatsburg
102
26
486
142
472
717
138
48
64
8
86
21
54
134
35
6
166
34
572
163
526
851
173
54
ITOTAL PORT JERVIS LINE 2,131 408 2,539
2) P ASCACK VALLEY LINE (2)
AM WEEKDAY TOTAL
STATION PEAK OFF PEAK WEEKDAY
Spring Valley 83 . 15 98
Nanuet 446 7 453
Pearl River 271 13 284
835 ITOTAL PASCACK VALLEY LINE 800 35
(I) Reflects actual Spring 2007 on/off counts/or the Port Jervis Line and Fall 2007 on/off counts/or the
Pascack Valley Line.
(2) New York State portion only.
TABLE 11
2007 WEST OF HUDSON WEEKEND INBOUND STATION BOARDINGS (l)
1) PORT JERVIS LINE (2)
STATION SATURDAY SUNDAY
TOTAL
WEEKEND
Port Jervis
Otisville
MiddletownITown of Wallkill
Campbell Hall
Salisbury Mills/Cornwall
Harriman
Tuxedo
Sloatsburg
33
3
112
8
25
218
35
12
64
29
92
17
38
130
68
6
97
32
204
25
63
348
103
18
ITOTAL PORT JERVIS LINE
·446
444 890
2) P ASCACK VALLEY LINE (2)
TOTAL
STATION SATURDAY SUNDAY WEEKEND
Spring Valley 42 52 94
Nanuet 38 27 65
Pearl River 42 44 86
ITOTAL PASCACK VALLEY LINE
1221
123 245
(I) Reflects actual Spring 2007 on/offcounts for the Port JervIs Line and Fall 2007 on/offcounts for the
Pascack Valley Line.
(2) New York State portion only.
MTA LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD
PASSENGER COUNTS
2006
APPENDIX D
LlRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Numerical Order
EASTBOUND WESTBOUND
East!
West
Total. AMPe.k Midday Off Peek PM Reverse Peak Sub Total Total
Sutlon On Off On Off On Off ()I\-L Off
AM Reverse Peak Midday Off Peak PM Peak Sub Total Total
On ' Off On Off On Off On
I Off
Pennsylvania Station 203,982 0 86,379 0 14,820 0 8,830 0 110,029 110,029 5,557 0 19,046 o 69,348 o 93,953 o 93,953
Flatbush Ave 29,900 0 10,699 0 2,228 0 1,524 0 14,451 14,451 3,848 0 4,366 o 7,235 o 15,449 o 15,449
Jamaica 21,765 1,389 3,467 1,729 1,492 667 2,703 3,785 7,662 11,447 1,504 473 1,472 2,146 2,511 2,212 5,487 4,831 10,318
Ronkonkoma 17,276 5,746 0 1,252 0' 298 0 7,296 0 7,298 0 477 0 3,005 o 6,500 o 9,982 9,982
Hicksville 18,215 5,584 190 1,586 159 476 84 7,646 433 8,079 348 501 385 2,218 436 4,248 1,169 6,967 8,136
Huntington 11,113 4,935 292 1,854 ' 198 697 478 7,486 968 8,454 67 76 84 603 82 1,787 213 2,448 2.659
Gre.t Neck 11,024 3,011 111 1,682 22 956 25 5,649 158 5,807 31 681 65 851 101 3,488 197 5,020 5.217
Mineola 10.348 2,498 379 1,549 319 723 233 4,768 931 8.699 187 688 184 1,032 403 2,175 754 3,895 4,849
Long Beach 8.721 2,022 0 1,266 0 1,202 0 4,490 0 4,490 0 333 -0 1,876 o 2,022 o 4,231 4,231
Bayside 8.849 2,882 8 820 94 216 62 3,918 164 4,082 127 179 37 733 46 3,445 210 4,357 4,587
Port Washington 7,993 2,396 0 1,181 0 557 0 4,134 0 4,134 0 586 0 1,104 o 2,169 o 3,859 3,859
Rockville Centr& 11.850 2,209 99 765 143 249 93 3,223 335 3,558 84 231 140 499 248 2,090 472 2,820 3,292
Merrick 8,767 3,381 52 575 50 168 5 4,124 107 4,231 92 6S 84 452 24 1,816 200 2,336 2.638
Baldwin 8,743 2,744 35 446 112 170 44 3,362 191 3,553 290 122 99 498 26 2,155 415 2,775 3.190
Babylon 6.586 2,312 36 817 34 273 0 3,402 70 3,472 0 433 0 1,057 8 1,616 8 3,106 3,114
Bellmore 8,535 2,800 27 703 59 165 62 3,668 148 3,818 114 236 122 649 27 1,571 263 2,456 2,719
Hunterspolnt Ava 6,479 0 3,443 0 3,443 3.443 3,036 o 3,036 o 3,036
Manha••et 8.315 2,399 26 625 28 398 13 3,622 67 3,689 4 293 28 354 6 1,941 38 2,588 2.828
Mlliapequa 5,919 2,436 20 295 124 47 81 2,778 225 3.003 112 175 77 415 84 2,053 273 2,643 2,918
Wanugh 5,781 2,353 98 624 106 339 38 3,316 242 3,558 10 142 29' 431 102 1,509 141 2,082 2,223
Wood.lde 6,728 498 1,270 123 532 50 700 671 2,502 3,173 634 75 707 88 937 114 2,278 277 2,555
Syonet 5,497 2.123 63 622 26 256 17 3.001 106 3,107 1 306 16 442 20 1,605 37 2,353 2,390
Lynbrook 6,476 1,746 71 550 84 227 100 2.523 255 2,778 136 270 151 51.0 209 1,422 496 2.202 2,698
Deer Park 5,417 2.089 82 401 116 302 29 2.792 227 3.019 22 213 52 506 138 1,467 212 2,186 2,398
!'reeport 5,029 1.236 399 547 112 155 127 1,938 638 2,576 376 285 117 432 69 1,194 562 1,891 2.453
Bethpage 4,963 2,988 90 506 39 234 15 3,728 144 3.872 5 53 25 264 24 720 54 1,037 1,091
Valley Stream 4,852 1,754 32 519 32 138 87 2,411 151 2.562 56 154 66 536 38 1,440 160 2,130 2,290
Fannlngdale 4,626 1,477 215 519 59 436 46 2,432 . 320 2,752 319 314 158 224 212 646 689 1,184 1,873
Cold Spring Harbor 4,166 1,491 21 180 17 157 5 1,828 43 1,871 11 252 5 317 15 1,695 31 2,264 2,295
Weatbury 3.903 1,255 48 446 37 189 29 1,890 114 2,004 44 177 84 389 55 1,150 183 1.716 1,899
Hampstead 3.614 948 0 539 0 276 0 1,763 0 1.763 0 774 0 471 o 606 o 1,851 1,851
Se.ford 3,608 1,525 5 386 44 109 56 2,020 105 2,125 46 80 35 343 4 975 85 1,398 1,483
Llndanhurst
Cantrall.llp
3,583
3,574
1,277
1,210
14
22
250
474
24
35
51
92
7
12
1,578
1,776 '
45
69
1,623
1,845
74
19
106
109
43
65
507
498
262
32
968
1,006
379
116
1,581
1,613
1.980
1,729
Wyandanch
Hew Hyde Park
3,617
3,451
1,495
1,112
86
25
250
448
78
40
20
123
21
26
1,765
1,683
185
91
1,950
1.774
54
28
138
52
54
41
329
707
66
54
926
795
174
123
1,393
1,554
1,1167
1,877
Mas.apequa Park
Amityville
Floral Park
Little Neck
Oceanside
BrentwoOd
Copiague
Northport
Broadway
Rosedale
Douglaston
Patchogue
3.345
3.086
2,991
2,888
2.786
2,750
2,661
2,593
2,430
2.391
2,375
2,327
1.293
797
1,497
1.132
1,372
1.041
939
1064
968
1.037
1,021
472
12
53
7
3
20
29
34
19
7
1
0
10
259
289
237
492
160
347
265
288
243
153
326
348
16
50
30
8
31
25
66
16
43
6
19
26
67
124
102
171
98
31
59
56
78
23
85
100
11
63
12
23
2
6
36
19
21
8
6
1,619
1.210
1.e36
1.795
1.630
1,419
1,263
1,408
1,289
1,213
1,432
920
39
166
49
34
53
60
136
54
71
15
25
37
1.658
1,376
1,885
1,829
1,883
1,479
1,399
1,462
1.360
1,228
1.457
957
2
39
25
14
6
12
9
23
77
43
0
27
108
224
73
42
105
211
42
153
33
51
80
211
19
170
6
10
20
13
44
73
32
9
0
30
279
328
170
204
188
398
563
148
180
194
144
578
20
211
6
2
17
o
107
15
19
5
1
110
1.259
737
826
785
767
637
497
719
729
861
693
414
4'­
420
37
26
43
25
160
111
128
57
1
167
1,646
1,289
1,069
1,031
1,060
1.246
1,102
1,020
942
1.106
917
1,203
1,687
1,709
1,108
1,057
1,103
1,271
1,282
1.131
1,070
1.183
918
1,370
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APPENDIXD
lIRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East 1 West Commuters in Numerical Order
WESTBOUND
East!
West
Totals AM Peak Midday Off P..~ PM Reverse Peak Sub Total Total
L
Station On I Off On I Off On I Off On I Off
EASTBOUND
Midday Off Peak AM Reverse Pe.k PM Peak Sub Total Total
On I Off On I Off On I Off On I Off
Island Park 2.220 977 6 213 4 95 1 1.285 11 1.296 5 91 5 115 1 641 11 913 924
Flushing 2.136 231 70 199 193 76 281 506 544 1.050 235 82 168 159 112 330 515 511 1,08&
Stewsrt Manor 1,926 881 2 149 17 65 2 1.095 21 1',116 11 47 13 48 1 689 25 784 809
Kings Park 1.876 625 6 226 4 72 12 923 22 945 22 80 15 136 13 665 50 881 931
Port Jeflltrson 1.793 686 Q 296 0 49 0 1,031 O· 1.031 0 113 o .268 o 381 o 762 762
Laurelton 1,766 543 5 137 3 42 23 722 31 153 21 31 3 139 o 808 24 976 1,002
Woodmere 1,749 585 14 210 15 119 11 914 40 964 4 125 4 145 3 514 11 784 795
Cedarhurst 1,144 640 6 189 2 108 1 931 9 946 2 172 1 177 3 443 6 792 798
Nassau Blvd 1.741 372 19 274 18 268 21 914 58 972 0 101 6 97 31 534 37 732 769
Kew G.rdens 1,631 590 37 154 15 47 32 791 84 875 100 21 68 149 38 380 206 550 756
Bay Shore 1,622 603 31 176 23 82 11 861 65 926 18 95 29 155 21 378 68 628 698
Smithtown 1.608 700 17 153 48 92 65 945 130 1,075 3 72 18 115 10 315 31 502 533
Queens Village 1,582 621 8 173 28 45 17 839 53 892 43 26 11 92 6 512 60 630 690
Hewlett 1,533 558 6 126 1 61 3 745 10 765 12 8e 6 110 2 560 20 758 778
Merlllon Avenue 1,533 632 9 8S 0 39 2 757 11 168 7 27 7 177 14 533 28 737 765
Inwood 1,461 555 5 168 4 13 2 796 11 607 4 45 2 114 5 474 11 633 644
Stony Brook 1,448 377 4 295 11 83 2 155 17 772 6 134 11 161 16 346 35 641 616
Ea.t Rockaway 1,401 534 20 194 47 36 8 764 75 839 9 40 15 96 9 .393 33 529 662
Garden City 1,401 427 1 185 2 35 0 647 3 650 2 228 1 133 o 381 3 748 151
Locust Manor 1,360 576 1 122 9 42 7 740 17 167 7 36 8 98 4 450 19 584 603
Gibson 1,244 515 9 125 9 38 11 678 29 707 14 34 15 75 7 392 - 36 501 531
Country Life Presl 1,236 493 3 55 7 99 25 647 35 682 1 81 1 58 4 409 6 548 554
Auburndale 1.234 513 0 101 17 15 36 689 53 742 27 5 9 82 5 364 41 451 492
East New York 1,127 10 181 10 86 .3 117 23 444 467 290 8 202 8 144 8 636 24 660
Forest Hills 1.116 469 82 75 60 42 128 586 270 856 43 12 49 44 28 84 120 140 260
Greenlawn 1.100 441 20 98 12 15 2 554 34 688 2 14 29 69 10 388 41 471 512
S.yville 1,086 334 0 163 6 81 578 7 685 6 34 o 181 3 277 9 492 501
Lawrence 385 976 4 133 2 84 602 7 609 2 89 1 63 o 211 3 363 366
Plandome 971 413 12 75 1 21 4 509 17 526 0 35 13 35 1 361 14 431 445
Centre Avenue 958 376 7 82 7 32 6 470 20 490 2 25 8 61 5 367 15 453 468
Benerose 951 342 4 60 1 15 3 417 8 425 6 16 12 182 10 300 28 498 526
lakeview 868 421 0 84 3 8 0 493 3 496 0 11 o 36 o 325 o 372 372
Eaat Williston 869 396 3 19 0 15 430 0 3 433 0 10 o 45 6 365 6 420 426
Nostrsnd Ave 866 1 62 3 132 2 201 6 395 401 221 0 130 9 93 2 444 11 455
Roslyn 823 256 a 72 5 a8 5 416 18 434 2 94 7 55 3 228 12 377 389
Islip 820 372 5 71 3 20 3 463 11 474 18 15 6 118 7 182 31 315 346
MUlTay Hili 794 289 2 103 8 34 426 '23 33 459 33 11 9 54 4 224 46 289 335
Carle Plac;e 772 290 7 66 13 27 12 383 32 415 12 51 8 67 8 211 28 329 351
Westwood 711 281 1 50 5 0 10 331 16 401 0 6 o 44 o 254 o 304 304
Sea Cliff 602 272 18 32 1 21 0 325 19 344 0 15 1 46 12 184 13 245 258­
Albert&on 694 206 4 36 0 19 0 261 4 265 3 26 1 32 1 266 5 324 329
St.Jam.. 588 224 6 55 4 13 2 292 12 304 11 21 1 .78 o 173 12 272 284
Glen Head 549 257 2 26 4 30 2 313 8 321 3 20 4 32 1 168 8 220 228
Oakdale 501 256 5 49 1 24 0 .329 6 335 3 34 2 60 4 63 9 157 166
Loc;uat Valley 479 149 4 32 6 35 9 216 19 235 0 38 6 31 12 157 18 226 244
Glen Street 478 155 3 45 2 37 2 237 7 244 1 33 4 42 3 151 8 226 234
Mastic-Shirley 440 201 6 16 2 6 5 223 13 236 2 9 1 8 6 178 9 195 204
Hempstead Gardens 369 171 0 15 0 5 0 191 0 191 0 7 o 9 o 162 o 178 178
APPENDIXD
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Numerical Order
WESTBOUND EASTBOUND
East!
West
Totals AM Peak Midday Off Peak PM Reverse Peak S\lb Total Total
Station On Off On Off On Off On Off
AM Rayar.. Peak
On
A
o
Off
.
9
Midday Off Peak
On Off
10 15
PM Paak
On I
.
6
Off
...
123
Sub Total
On
. .
Off
. .­
147
Total
163 Glen Cove 368 153 0
Far Rockaway 316 142 0
West Hempstead 313 154 0
Great River 311 104 1
Speonk 283 120 2
Greenvale 282 88 1
Malyeme 236 129 0
Hollis 228 99 3
CysterBay 226 52 0
St.Albans 187 70 2
ue 115 0 eo
RIYerhead 62 16 0
Plnelawn 50 0
Bellport 47 24 0
Medford 41 22 0
East Hampton 39 13 2
Southampton 28 6 2
Montauk 23 6 0
Westhampton 15 0 0
Hampton Bays 11 1 0
MattitUck 11 4 1
Yaphank 9 4 0
Bridgehampton 8 3 1
Greenport 5 0 0
Amagansett 4 1
Southold 3 1 0
Total 568,383 109,426 108,820
Source: 2006 URR Origin And Destination Study
33 2 13 4 199 6 205 16
45 0 17 0 204 0 204 o 19 0 25 o 68 o 112 112
12 0 4 0 170 0 170 o 10 0 15 o 118 o 143 143
49 1 8 2 161 4 165 3 9 3 65 1 65 7 139 146
25 6 11 9 156 17 173 20 9 10 9 3 59 33 77 110
17 1 6 0 111 2 113 3 27 0 23 1 95 4 145 149
11 0 1 1 141 1 142 0 3 0 12 o 78 o 93 93
13 9 2 6 114 18 132 4 5 .0 6 o 81 4 92 96
36 0 28 0 116 0 116 0 20 0 43 o 46 o 109 109
16 .2 7 0 93 4 97 6 2 7 13 1 61 14 76 90
0 80 80 35 o 35 o 35
16 0 0 0 32 0 32 0 0 0 14 o 6 o 20 20
8 8 0 0 8 8 16 0 12 10 12 o o 10 24 34
5 0 0 0 29 0 29 0 0 0 3 1 14 1 17 18
2 0 0 0 24 0 24 0 0 0 1 o 16 o 17 17
5 0 7 3 25 5 30 1 5 1 o o 2 2 7 \I
2 0 5 0 13 2 15 0 7 0 4 o o o 11 11
10 0 1 0 17 0 17 0 1 0 5 o o o 6 6
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 3 1 0 O' o 12 3 15
4 0 1 0 6 0 6 0 1 0 4 o o o 5 5
1 0 0 '0 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 o 5 o 5 5
2 0 0 0 6 0 II 0 0 0 1 o 2 o 3 3
0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1 0 3 o o o 4 4
3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 o 2 o 2 2
0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 o o o 2 2
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 o o • 2 2 2
33,889 22,469 13,879 17,014 157,193 148,303 305,496 15,738 12,917 29,177 32,504 87,087 85,464 132,002 130,885 262.887
APPENDIXD
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Alphabetical Order
WESTBOUND
East!
West
Total. AM Peak Midday Off P,.k PM R,v,,.., Pllk Sub Total Total
Station On Off On Off On Off On Off
EASTBOUND
AM R,v,,.., P,.k Midday Off P,.k PM Peak SubTotal Total
On Off On Off On Off On Off
Albertson 694 206 4 36 0 19 0 261 4 265 3 26 1 32 1 266 5 324 329
Amagansett 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 ,2
Amityville 3,085 797 53 289 50 124 63 1,210 166 1,376 39 224 170 328 211 737 420 1,289 . 1,709
Auburndale 1,214 573 0 101 17 15 36 689 53 742 27 5 9 82 5 364 41 451 492
Babylon 6,586 2,312 36 817 34 273 0 3,402 70 3,472 0 433 0 1,057 8 1,616 6 3,106 3,114
Baldwin 6,743 2,744 35 448 112 170 44 3,362 191 3,553 290 122 99 498 26 2,155 415 2,775 3,190
Bay Shore 1,622 603 31 176 23 82 11 861 65 926 18 95 29 155 21 378 68 628 696
Bayside 8,649 2,882 8 820 94 216 62 3,918 164 4,082 127 179 37 733 46 3,445 210 4,357 4,567
Bellerose 1151 342 4 60 1 15 3 417 8 426 6 16 12 182 10 300 28 498 626
Bellmore 6,535 2,800 27 703 59 Hi5 62 3,668 148 3,816 114 236 122 649 27 1,571 263 2,456 2,719
Bellport 47 24 0 5 0 0 0 29 0 29 0 0 0 3 1 14 1 17 18
Bethpage 4,963 2,988 90 506 39 234 15 3,728 144 3,872 5 53 25 264 24 720 54 1,037 1,091
Bren1Wood 2,750 1,041 29 347 25 31 6 1,419 60 1,479 12 211 13 398 0 637 25 1,246 1,271
Bridgehampton 8 3 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 4
Broadway 2,430 968 7 243 43 78 21 1,289 71 1,360 77 33 32 180 19 729 128 942 1,070
Carte Place 772 290 7 66 13 27 12 383 32 415 12 51 B 67 8 211 28 329 367
Cedarhurst 1,744 640 6 189 2 108 1 937 9 946 2 172 1 177 3 443 6 792 798
Central Islip 3,574 1,210 22 474 35 92 12 1,776 69 1,845 19 109 65 498 32 1,006 116 1,613 1,729
Centre Avenue 958 376 7 62 7 32 6 470 20 490 2 25 B 61 5 367 1S 453 468
Cold Spring Harbor 4,165 1,491 21 180 17 157 5 1,828 43 1,871 11 252 5 317 15 1,695 31 2,264 2,295
Copiague 2,661 939 34 265 66 59 36 1,263 136 1,399 9 42 44 563 107 497 160 1,102 1.262
Country Life Press 1,236 493 3 55 7 99 25 647 35 682 1 81 1 56 4 409 6 548 554
Deer Park 5,417 2,089 62 401 116 302 29 2,792 227 3,019 22 213 52 506 136 1,467 212 2,186 2,398
Douglaston 2.375 1,021 0 326 19 85 6 1,432 25 1,457 0 80 0 144
. 1
693 1 917 918
East Hampton 39 13 2 5 0 7 3 25 5 30 1 5 1 2 0 0 2 7 9
East New York
East Rockaway
1,127
1,401
10
634
181
20
10
194
86
47
3
36
177
8
23
764
444
75
467
839
290
9
8
40
202
15
8
96
144
9
8
393
636
33
24
529
660
562
East Williston. 859 396 3 19 0 15 0 430 3 433 0 10 0 45 6 365 6 420 426
Far Rockaway 316 142 0 45 0 17 0 204 0 204 0 19 0 25 0 68 0 112 112
Farmingdale 4,6211 1,477 216 519 59 436 46 2,432 320 2,752 319 314 158 224 212 646 689 1,164 1,873
Flatbush Ave 29.900 0 10,699 0 2,226 0 1,524 0 14,451 14.451 . 3,848 0 4,366 o . 7,235 0 15,449 0 15.449
Floral Park 2,991 1,497 7 237 30 102 12 1,636 49 1,885 25 73 6 170 6 626 37 1,069 1,106
Flushing 2,136 231 70 199 193 76 281 506 544 1,050 235 82 168 159 112 330 515 571 1,086
Forest Hills 1,116 469 82 75 60 42 128 586 270 856 43 12 49 44 28 54 120 140 260
Freeport 5,029 1,236 399 547 112 155 127 1,938 638 2,576 376 265 117 432 69 1,194 562 1,891 2,453
Garden City 1,401 427 1 185 2 35 0 647 3 650 2 228 1 133 ,0 387 3 748 751
Gibson 1.244 515 9 125 9 38 11 678 29 707 14 34 15 75 7 392 36 501 537
Glen Cove 368 153 0 33 2 13 4 199 6 205 0 9 10 15 6 123 16 147 163
Glen Head 1149 257 2 26 4 30 2 313 8 321 3 20 4 32 1 168 8 220 228
Glen Street
Great Neck
Great River
Greenlawn
Greenport
Greenvale
Hampton Bays
Hempstead
Hempftead Gardens
478
11.024
311
1.100
5
262
11
3,814
369
155
3,011
104
441
0
88
1
946
171
3
111
1
20
0
1
0
0
0
45
1,882
49
98
3
17
4
539
15
2
22
1
12
0
1
0
0
0
37
956
8
15
0
6
1
276
5
2
25
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
237
5,649
161
554
3
111
6
1,763
191
7
158
4
34
0
2
0
0
0
244
5,807
165
588
3
113
6
1,763
191
1
31
3
2
0
3
0
0
0
33
581
9
14
0
27
774
7
4
65
3
29
0
0
0
0
0
42
851
65
69
0
23
4
471
9
3
101
1
10
0
1
0
0
0
151
3,48a
65
388
2
95
0
606
162
8
197
7
41
0
4
0
0
0
226
5,020
139
471
2
145
5
1,651
178
234
8,217
146
512
2
149
5
1,851
178
APPENDIX 0
LlRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Alphabetical Order
WESTBOUND
Eastl
West
Totals AM Peak Mlddav Off Peak PM Reverse Peak Sub Total Total
Station On Off On Off On Off On Off
EASTBOUND
AM Reverse Peak Midday Off Peak PM Peak Sub Total Total
On Off On Off On Off On Off
Hewlett 1,1133 sse 6 126 1 61 3 745 10 755 12 88 S 110 2 560 20 758 778
Hicksville 16,215 5;584 190 1,586 159 476 84 7,646 433 8,079 348 SOl 3S5 2,218 436 4,248 1,169 6,967 8,136
HolII. 228 99 3 13 9 2 6 114 18 132 4 5 0 6 0 81 4 92 96
Hunterspolnt Ave 6.479 0 3,443 0 3,443 3,443 3,036 0 3,036 0 3,036
Huntington 11.113 4,935 292 1.654 198 697 476 7,486 968 8,454 67 76 64 603 62 1,767 213 2,446 2.659
Inwood 1.451 555 5 168 4 73 2 796 11 807 4 45 2 114 5 474 11 633 644
Island Park 2.220 977 6 213 4 95 1 1,285 11 1,296 5 91 5 175 1 647 11 913 924
ISlip 820 372 5 71 3 20 3 463 11 474 18 15 6 118 7 "182 31 315 346
Jamaica' 21,765 1,369 3.467 1,729 1,492 667 2.703 3,765 7,662 11,447 1,504 473 1,472 2.146 2.511 2,212 5,487 4,831 10.318
KewGardens 1.631 590 37 154 15 47 32 791 84 875 100 21 68 149 38 380 206 550 756
Klnga Park 1.876 625 6 226 4 72 12 923 22 945 22 BO 15 136 13 665 50 881 931
Lakeview 868 421 0 64 3 8 0 493 3 496 0 11 0 36 0 325 0 372 372
Laurelton 1,155 543 5 137 3 42 23 722 31 753 21 31 3 139 0 BOB 24 97B 1,002
Lawrence 975 365 4 133 2 84 602 7 609 2 89 63 0 211 3 363 366
Lie 115 0 80 0 80 80 35 0 35 0 35
Lindenhurst 3,583 1,277 14 250 24 51 7 1,576 45 1,623 74 106 43 507 262 966 379 1,581 1,960
little Neck 2,886 1,132 3 492 8 171 23 1,795 34 1,829 14 42 10 204 2 785 26 1,031 1,057
Locust Manor 1,360 576 122 9 42 7 740 17 757 7 36 8 98 4 450 19 584 603
Locust Vaney 479 149 4 32 6 35 9 216 19 235 0 38 6 31 12 157 18 226 244
Long Beach 8,721 2,022 0 1,266 0 1,202 0 4,490 0 4,490 0 333 0 1,876 0 2,022 0 4,231 4,231
Lynbrook 5,476 1,746 71 550 84 227 100 2,523 255 2.778 136 270 151 510 209 1,422 496 2.202 2.698
Malverne 235 129 0 11 0 1 1 141 1 142 0 3 0 12 0 76 0 93 93
Manhasset 6,315 2,399 26 825 28 398 13 3.622 67 3,689 4 293 28 354 6 1,941 38 2,588 2.626
Massapequa 5.919 2.436 20 29.5 124 47 81 2,778 225 3,003 112 175 77 415 84 2,053 273 2,643 2,916
Massapequa Park 3,345 1,293 12 259 16 67 11 1,619 39 1.658 2 108 19 279 20 1,259 41 1,646 1,687
Mastic-Shirley 440 201 6 16 2 6 5 223 13 236 2 9 1 8 6 178 9 195 204
Mattituck 11 4 1 1 0 0 0 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 5
Medford 41 22 0 2 0 0 0 24 0 24 0 0 0 1 0 16 0 17 17
Merilion Avenue" U33 632 9 86 0 39 2 757 11 768 7 27 7 177 14 533 26 737 7&5
Merrick
Mineola
Montauk
6,767
10,348
23
3,381
2,496
6
52
379
0
575
1,549
10
50
319
0
188
723
1
5
233
0
4,124
4,768
17
107
931
0
4,231
5,699
11
92
167
0
68
686
1
84
164
0
452
1,032
5
24
403
0
1,616
2,175
0
200
754
0
2,336
3,695
6
2,636
4,649
6
Murray Hili 794 269 2 103 8 34 23 426 33 469 33 11 9 54 4 224 46 269 335
Nas.au Blvd 1,741 372 19 274 18 268 21 914 58 972 0 101 6 97 31 534 37 732 769
New Hyde Park
Northport
Noatr.nd Ave
Oakdale
Oceanside
Oyster Bay
Patchogue
Pennsylvania Station
Plnelawn
Plandome
Port Jefferson
Port Washington
Queens Village
Riverhead
3,451
2,593
866
501
2.786
225
2,327
203,982
50
971
1,793
7,993
1,582
52
1,112
1064
1
256
1,372
52
472
0
413
686
2,396
621
16
25
19
62
5
20
0
10
86,379
0
12
0
0
a
0
448
288
3
49
160
36
346
0
8
75
296
1,181
173
16
40
16
132
1
31
0
26
14,820
8
1
0
0
28
0
123
56
2
24
98
28
100
0
0
21
49
551
45
0
26
19
201
0
2
0
1
8,830
0
4
0
0
17
0
1,683 91
1,408 54
6 395
329 6
1,630 53
116 0
920 37
o 110.029
6 6
509 17
1,031 0
4,134 0
839 53
32 0
1,714
1,462
401
335
U83
116
957
110,029
16
526
1,031
4,134
892
32
28
23
221
3
6
0
27
5.557
0
0
0
0
43
0
52
153
0
34
105
20
211
0
12
35
113
586
26
0
41
73
130
2
20
0
30
19,048
10
13
0
0
11
0
707 54
148 15
9 93
60 4
188 11
43 0
576 110
o 69,348
12 0
35 1
268 0
1,104 0
92 6
14 0
795
719
2
63
767
46
414
0
0
361
381
2,169
512
6
123
111
444
9
43
0
167
93.953
10
14
0
0
60
0
1,554
1,020
11
157
1,060
109
1.203
0
24
431
762
3,859
630
20
1,677
1,131
465
166
1,103
109
1,370
93,953
34
445
762
3,859
690
20
APPENDIXD
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKDAY PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East' WestCommuters in Alphabetical Order
I
Sub Total Total
Station
~
WESTBOUND
II
On
I
Off
I
On
I
Off
I
On
I
Off
II
On
I
Off
I
Rockville Centre 6.860 2,209 99 765 143 249 93 3.223 335 3,558 64 231 140 499 248 2,090 472 2,820 3,292
Ronkonkoma 17.278 5,146 a 1,252 a 29B 0 1,296 0 7.296 a 477 a 3,005 0 6,500 a 9,982 9,982
Ro.edale 2.391 1,031 1 153 6 23 8 1,213 15 1,228 43 51 9 194 5 861 57 1,106 1,163
Roslyn 823 256 8 72 5 86 5 416 16 434 2 94 7 55 3 226 12 377 389
Sayville 1,086 334 0 163 6 61 1 578 7 585 6 34 0 161 3 277 9 492 1101
Sea Cliff 802 272 18 32 1 21 0 325 19 344 0 15 1 46 12 184 13 245 258
Se.ford 3.608 1,525 5 386 44 109 56 2,020 105 2.125 46 60 35 343 4 975 65 1,398 1.4.83
Smithtown 1,808 700 11 153 48 92 65 945 130 1,075 3 72 18 115 10 315 31 502 533
Southampton 26 6 2 2 0 5 0 13 2 15 a 7 0 4 0 a 0 11 11
Southold 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 a 0 0 0 a 2 a 2 2
Speonk 283 120 2 25 6 11 9 156 17 113 20 9 10 9 3 59 33 77 110
St. Albans 187 10 2 16 2 7 0 93 4 97 6 2 7 13 1 61 14 16 90
St. Jame. 688 224 6 55 4 13 2 292 12 304 11 21 78 0 173 12 272 284
stewart Manor 1.1125 881 2 149 17 65 2 1,095 21 1,118 11 47 13 48 689 25 764 809
Stony Brook 1.448 377 4 295 11 63 2 755 11 772 6 134 11 161 18 346 35 641 676
Syo..et 5,497 2,123 63 622 26 256 17 3,001 106 3.107 1 306 16 442 20 1,605 37 2,353 2.390
Valley Stream 4,852 1,754 32 519 32 138 87 2,411 151 2.562 56 164 66 536 38 1,440 160 2,130 2,290
Wantagh 5,781 2,353 98 624 106 339 38 3,316 242 3,558 10 142 29 431 102 1,509 141 2,082 2,223
We.t Hempstead 313 154 0 12 0 4 0 170 0 170 0 10 0 15 0 118 a 143 143
Westbury 3,903 1,255 46 446 37 '189 29 1,890 114 2,004 44 177 84 389 55 1.150 183 1,716 1,899
Westhampton 15 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 11 3 1 0 0 0 12 3 15
Westwood 711 261 50 5 0 70 331 76 407 a 6 0 44 0 254 0 304 304
Woodmere 1,7411 565 14 210 15 119 11 914 40 954 4 125 4 145 3 514 11 764 195
Woodside 5,728 498 1,270 123 532 50 700 671 2,502 3,173 634 75 707 88 937 114 2,278 277 2,555
Wyandanch 3,517 1,495 66 250 76 20 21 1,765 185 1,950 64 136 54 329 66 926 174 1,393 1,567
Yaphank 9 4 0 2 a a a 6 a 6 0 a a 1 0 2 a 3 3
Total 568,383 109,425 108,820 33.889 22,469 13,879 17.014 157,193 148.303 305.496 15,738 12,917 29,177 32,504 87,087 86,464 132,002 130,685 262,881
AM Reverse Peak
On I Off
EASTBOUND
Midday Off Peak PM Peak Sub Total Total
On I Off On I Off On I Off
Source: 2006 LIRR Origin And Oestlnatlon Study
APPENDIX D
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Numerical Order
Eastl
West
Totals . Saturday
Statlon On Off
WESTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL SaturdaY
On Off ON 1 OFF On Off
EASTBOUND
Sunday
'On
I Off
SUB TOTAL
ON
-- ­
I OFF
TOTAL
Pennlyivanla Station 86,380 0 23.631 0 21.450 0 45.081 411,081 21.450 0 19.849 0 41.299 o 41,299
Jamaica 28,716 3.828 3.642 3.326 3.676 7.154 7.31.8 14,472 3.132 4.452 2.834 3.826 5,966 8,278 14,244
Flatbush Ave 13,863 0 2.188 0 2.631 0 4.819 4,819 4.604 0 4.440 0 9.044 o 9,044
Mineola 10,287 2.795 848 1.818 476 4.613 1.324 5,937 413 2.637 268 1.032 681 3.669 4.350
Hicksville 10,011 2.560 536 2.235 189 4.795 725 5,520 489 1.798 291 1.913 780 3,711 4,491
Woodside 9.004 290 2.216 145 1.568 435 3.784 4.219 2,390 193 2,085 117 4,475 310 4,785
Huntington a,728 1.592 516 1.859 273 3,451 789 4,240 21 2.645 633 1.189 654 3.834 4,488
Ronkonkoma a,090 2,391 0 3.116 0 5,507 0 5,507 0 1.796 0 787 o 2.583 2,583
Freeport 6,206 977 317 755 436 1,732 753 2.485 877 924 940 980 1.817 1.904 3,721
Babylon 5,824 1.318 12 1,464 50 2.782 62 2,844 13 1,403 10 1,554 23 2,957 2,980
Great Neck 5.691 1.703 94 1.535 38 3,238 132 3.370 72 941 78 1.230 150 2,171 2.321
Port WashIngton 5,186 1.330 0 675 0 2.005 0 2,005 0 2.142 0 1,039 o 3.181 3,181
Merrick 4,360 1.045 64 953 76 1,998 140 2,138 1 0 ~ 950 127 1.041 231 1,991 2.222
Brentwood 4,333 1.105 64 852 65 1,957 129 2,086 96 1,150 58 943 154 2,093 2,247
BaysIde 4,107 1.211 67 997 56 2.208 123 2,331 75 702 95 904 170 1,606 1,776
Deer Park 3.893 974 27 774 48 1,748 75 1.823 82 1,305 37 646 119 1,951 2,070
Long Beach 3,858 1.006 0 862 0 1.868 0 1,868 9 1.170 0 811 9 1.981 1,990
BaldWin 3,835 866 91 704 54 1.570 145 1,715 592 746 45 737 637 1,483 2,120
Wyandanch 3,568 691 198 510 123 1.201 321 1,622 393 441 427 785 620 1.226 2,046
Syosset 3,462 990 43 791 49 1,781 92 1,873 46 935 39 569 85 1,504 1,589
Manhasset 3,425 916 59 710 22 1,626 81 1,707 68 879 65 706 133 1,585 1,718
Flushing 3,247 354 622 376 417 730 1.039 1,769 472 369 399 238 871 607 1,478
Westbury 3,085 703 101 558 37 1,261 138 1,399 252 786 85 563 337 1,349 1,686
Central Islip 3.043 840 54 651 21 1.491 75 1,566 90 715 54 618 144 1,333 1,477
Rockville Centre 3,037 723 133 670 99 1.393 232 1,625 223 592 166 431 389 1.023 1,412
Wantagh 2,883 709 35 490 84 1,199 119 1,318 26 842 93 604 119 1.446 1,565
Farmingdale 2,766 638 107 397 48 1,035 155 1.190 70 677 160 659 230 1,336 1,566
Hempstead 2,272 544 0 487 0 1,031 0 1,031 13 640 0 588 13 1.228 1,241
Massapequa Park 2,180 645 35 328 90 973 125 1,098 58 525 29 470 87 995 1,082
Bellmore 2,065 517 65 378 20 895 65 980 75 576 20 414 95 990 1,085
Broadway 1.977 647 69 461 33 1,108 102 1,210 55 365 99 248 154 613 767
Patchogue 1.910 193 46 450 96 643 144 787 112 377 366 288 478 645 1,123
Vallay Stream 1.866 496 42 433 51 929 93 1,022 29 381 56 378 85 759 844
Bethpage 1,805 469 50 388 39 657 89 946 70 465 36 268 106 753 859
Bay Shore 1,717 266 40 684 64 952 104 1,056 51 308 52 250 103 558 661
Forest Hills 1.712 245 182 162 222 407 404 811 282 165 322 132 604 297 901
Lynbrook 1.695 274 141 457 54 731 195 926 . 175 376 79 139 254 515 769
Massapequa 1,646 309 29 434 42 743 71 814 110 317 42 363 152 680 832
Little Neck 1.641 520 14 351 11 871 25 896 14 389 14 228 28 617 645
. Copiague 1,519 358 57 235 28 593 85 678 180 432 44 185 224 617 841
Cold Spring Harbor 1,501 539 66 289 45 828 111 939 5 427 2 128 7 555 562
Nostrand Ave
KewGardens
1,500
1.489
5
389
408
49
0
282
355
90
5
671
763
139
768
810
375
104
6
220
342
160
9
195
717
264
15
415
732
679
Seaford 1.445 568 57 139 10 707 67 774 31 433 11 196 42 629 671
Lindenhurst
Auburndale
Amityville
Stony Brook
1,339
1,336
1,321
1,257
400
318
146
446
25
27
24
12
166
281
331
336
9
38
56
16
568
599
477
782
34
65
80
28
602
664
557
810
45
21
42
12
464
287
406
372
17
29
56
6
211
335
260
57
62
50
98
18
675
622
666
429
737
672
764
447
APPENDIX D
LlRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters In Numerical Order
Eastl
West
Totals Saturday
Station On I Off
WESTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL Saturday
On I Off ON I OFF On I Off
----7­
EASTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL
On Off ON I
OFF
Rosedale 1,218 417 24 235 7 652 31 683 307 9 212 16 519 535
East New York 1,217 25 290 2 227 27 517 544 353 9 304 7 657 16 673
Laurelton 1,159 388 10 183 3 571 13 584 6 409 13 147 19 556 1175
Sayville 1,163 274 60 201 24 475 84 559 12 427 17 138 29 565 694
Floral Park 1,135 460 53 192 28 652 81 733 19 188 20 175 39 363 402
Northport 1,133 173 18 205 65 378 . 83 461 126 263 81 202 207 465 672
New Hyde Park 1,067 295 38 237 23 532 61 593 55 214 26 169 81 383 464
Island Park 1,030 256 2 332 5 588 7 695 2 224 1 208 3 432 435
Douglaston 1,023 309 5 242 4 551 9 560 10 251 0 202 10 453 463
Port Jelferson 983 210 0 224 0 434 0 434 0 306 0 243 0 549 549
Oceanside 974 275 11 287 7 562 18 580 10 144 11 229 21 373 394
Queens Village 936 414 15 131 10 545 25 570 17 177 7 165 24 342 355
Cedarhurst 792 197 4 236 9 433 13 446 67 76 2 201 69 277 34&
Hewlett 757 329 9 168 8 497 17 514 12 153 3 75 15 228 243
Locust Manor 756 196 23 168 5 364 28 392 4 205 8 147 12 352 364
WOOdmere 746 152 11 133 7 285 18 303 8 89 12 334 20 423 443
Garden City 743 263 5 151 2 414 7 421 2 202 4 114 6 316 322
Nassau Blvd 733 229 5 168 14 397 19 416 10 144 8 155 18 299 317
Murray Hili 715 191 41 171 35 362 76 438 36 111 34 96 70 207 277
Merlllon A venue 672 207 8 177 10 384 18 402 -7 125 9 129 16 254 270
Stewart Manor 597 148 27 160 15 308 42 350 11 118 11 107 22 ,225 247
Kings Park 560 155 19 117 21 272 40 312 35 103 17 93 52 196 248
Carle Place 558 131 10 86 18 217 28 245 10 163 14 126 24 289 313
Gibson 537 126 12 130 21 256 33 289 6 185 1 56 7 241 248
Smithtown 526 105 25 115 15 220 40 260 22 156 14 74 36 230 256
Plandome 524 103 14 140 7 243 21 264 4 109 12 135 16 244 260
Centre A venue 518 186 10 122 16 308 26 334 4 114 9 57 13 171 184
Loeust Valley 467 121 8 72 5 193 13 206 13 174 2 72 15 246 261
Roslyn 450 128 7 107 4 235 11 246 4 98 4 98 8 196 204
Islip 428 116 25 81 12 197 37 234 22 115 9 46 31 163 194
East ROCkaway 424 133 27 78 22 211 49 260 13 83 9 59 22 142 164
Montauk 419 113 10 70 2 183 12 195 12 115 12 85 24 200 224
Southampton 418 66 14 77 8 143 22 165 30 60 17 146 47 206 253
Mastic-Shirley 400 111 14 116 4 227 18 245 2 80 29 44 31 124 156
Bellerose 396 131 15 71 :3 202 18 220 14 78 4 80 18 158 176
Glen Street 376 101 6 72 2 173 8 181 14 104 9 68 23 172 195
EastHampton 346 80 2 104 9 184 11 196 32 44 11 63 43 107 150
Lawrence 332 101 0 97 198 0 0 198 7 58 0 69 7 127 134
Far Rockaway 3211 47 0 95 2 142 2 144 2 80 13 90 15 170 186
Speonk 288 63 4 112 0 175 4 179 24 41 20 24 44 65 109
Inwood 283 52 0 128 0 180 0 180 0 49 1 53 1 102 103
GlenCovl 279 57 11 52 6 109 17 126 10 77 1 65 11 142 153
Brldg&lIampton 260 41 3 58 1 99 4 103 19 44 8 86 27 130 157
Oyster Bay 258 76 0 45 0 121 0 121 0 100 0 37 0 137 137
GI&nHead 252 34 18 62 0 -96 18 114 7 51 2 78 9 129 138
Hampton Bays 250 57 7 36 4 11 93 104 18 37 11 80 29 117 146
Sea Cliff 243 42 7 50 4 92 11 103 10 73 4 53 14 126 140
Hollis 236 57 7 61 11 118 18 136 8 49 6 37 14 86 100
APPENDIX 0
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Numerical Order
WESTBOUND EASTBOUND
East!
West
Totals Saturday Sunday SUB TOTAL TOTAL Saturday Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL
_ .Statlon On Off On Off
-
ON OFF On J O ~ On Off ON OFF
Weathampton 235 34 13 40 3 74 16 90 10 29 40 66 50 95 145
St. James 230 79 4 50 10 129 14 143 1 42 3 41 4 83 87
Greenlawn 216 50 8 38 10 88 18 106 12 50 6 42 18 92 110
. Greenport 184 52 0 75 0 127 0 127 0 27 0 30 0 57 57
Amagansett 183 17 0 44 6 61 6 61 15 53 11 37 26 90 116
Great River 179 79 24 24 4 103 28 131 2 20 3 23 5 43 48
Greenvale 173 40 5 39 1 79 6 85 7 47 2 32 9 79 88
Malverne 172 83 0 23 1 106 1 107 0 41 0 24 0 65 65
Oakdale 168 45 1 57 4 102 5 107 0 16 3 42 3 58 61
Rlvemead 157 30 3 44 5 74 8 82 8 22 8 37 16 59 75
East Williston 154 33 2 21 '). 54 4 58 35 37 2 22 37 59 96
Plnelawn 146 24 2 54 1 18 3 81 5 13 3 43 8 56 84
Albertson 141 49 0 25 2 74 2 76 0 44 3 18 3 62 65
Country Life Press 138 27 2 32 1 59 3 62 5 35 0 36 5 71 76
St. Albans 116 24 19 19 4 43 23 66 16 10 2 22 18 32 50
Lakeview 114 27 8 34 0 61 8 69 0 16 1 28 1 44 45
West Hempstead 92 24 0 24 0 48 0 48 0 18 0 26 0 44 44
Southold 75 20 1 30 1 50 2 52 4 6 6 7 10 13 23
Mattituck 61 23 0 33 0 56 0 56 () 0 0 5 0 5 5
Westwood 54 18 3 11 () 29 3 32 2 15 1 4 3 19 22
Hempstead Gardens 45 10 0 14 0 24 0 24 0 8 1 12 1 20 21
Bellport 42 13 0 16 0 29 0 29 0 5 0 8 0 13 13
Medford 10 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 2 0 3 0 5 5
Yaphank 10 0 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 4 0 8 0 8
Hunterspoint Ave 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
LIC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 318.950 48.594 38,134 41,402 34,120 89.996 72,254 162,250 39,160 46,279 35,978 35,283 75.138 81.562 156.700
Source: 2006 URR Origin And Destination Study
APPENDIX D
LIRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters in Alphabetical Order
East!
West
Totals Saturday
Station On I Off
WESTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL Saturday
on Off ON OFF On Off
EASTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL I
On Off ON OFF
Albtrtaon 141 49 0 25 2 74 2 76 0 44 3 18 3 65
Amagansett 183 17 0 44 6 61 6 67 15 53 11 37 26 90 116
Amityville 1.321 146 24 331 56 477 80 667 42 406 56 260 98 666 764
Auburndale 1,336 318 27 281 38 599 65 664 21 287 29 335 50 622 672
Babylon 6,824 1,318 12 1,464 50 2,782 62 2,844 13 1,403 10 1,554 23 2,957 2,980
Baldwin 3,835 866 91 704 54 1,570 145 1,715 592 746 45 737 637 1,483 2,120
Bay Shore 1,717 268 40 684 64 952 104 1.058 51 308 52 250 103 558 661
Bayside 4,107 1,211 67 997 56 2,208 123 2,331 75 702 95 904 170 1,606 1,776
Bellerose 396 131 15 71 3 202 18 220 14 78 4 80 lB 15s 176
Bellmore 2.065 517 65 378 20 895 65 980 75 576 20 414 95 990 1,085
Bellport 42 13 0 16 0 29 0 29 -0 5 0 8 0 13 13
Bethpage 1.806 469 50 388 39 857 89 946 70 485 36 268 106 753 869
Brentwood 4.333 1,105 64 852 65 1,957 129 2,086 96 1,150 58 943 154 2,093 2.247
Bridgehampton 280 41 3 58 1 99 4 103 19 44 8 86 21 130 157
Broadway 1,917 647 69 461 33 l,10B 102 1.210 55 365 99 248 154 613 167
Carle Place 658 131 10 86 18 217 28 245 10 163 14 126 24 289 313
Cedarhurst 792 197 4 236 9 433 13 446 67 76 2 201 69 277 346
Central Islip 3,043 840 54 651 21 1,491 75 1.666 90 715 54 618 144 1,333 1,477
Centra Avenue 618 186 10 122 16 308 26 334 4 114 9 57 13 171 184
Cold Spring Harbor 1,501 539 66 289 45 828 111 939 427 128 5 2 7 555 662
Copiague 1,519 358 57 235 28 593 85 676 180 432 44 185 224 617 841
Country Life Press 138 27 2 32 59 3 62 5 35 a 36 5 71 16
Oeer Park 3.893 974 27 774 48 1,748 75 1,823 82 1,305 37 846 119 1951 2,070
Oouglaston 1.023 309 242 4 5. 551 9 560 10 251 0 202 10 453 463
East liampton 345 80 2 104 9 184 11 196 32 44 11 63 43 107 150
East New York 1,217 25 290 2 227 27 517 544 353 9 304 7 657 16 673
East Rockaway 424 133 27 78 22 211 49 260 13 63 9 59 22 142 164
East Williston 154 33 2 21 2 54 4 68 35 37 2 22 37 59 96
Far Rockaway 329 47 0 95 2 142 2 144 2 60 13 90 15 170 185
Farmingdale 2,756 638 107 397 48 1,035 155 1.190 70 677 160 659 230 1,336 1.666
Flatbush Ave 13,863 0 2,188 a 2,631 0 4,819 4,819 4,604 0 4,440 0 9,044 0 9.044
_ Floral Park 1,136 460 53 192 28 652 81 133 19 188 20 115 39 363 402
Flushing 3,247 354 622 376 417 730 1,039 1.769 472 369 399 238 871 607 1.478
Forast Hilts 1,112 245 162 162 222 407 404 811 282 155 322 132 504 297 901
Freeport 6,206 977 317 755 436 1,732 753 2,485 877 .924 940 960 1,817 1,904 3.721
Garden City 743 263 5 151 2 414 7 421 2 202 4 114 6 316 322
Gibson 537 126 12 130 21 256 33 289 6 185 1 56 7 241 248
Glen Cove 279 57 11 52 6 109 17 126 10 77 1 65 11 142 163
Glen liead 262 34 18 62 0 96 18 114 7 51 2 78 9 129 138
Glen Street 316 101 6 72 2 173 8 181 14 104 9 68 23 172 196
Great Neck 5,891 1,703 94 1,535 38 3,238 132 3,310 72 941 78 1,230 150 2,171 2.321
Great River 119 79 24 24 4 103 26 131 2 20 3 23 5 43 48
Greenlawn 216 50 8 38 10 88 18 106 12 50 6 42 18 92 110
Greenport 184 52 0 75 0 127 0 127 0 27 0 30 0 57 57
Greenvale 113 40 5 39 79 6 85 7 47 2 32 9 79 88
liampton Bays 250 57 7 36 4 93 11 104 18 37 11 80 29 117 146
Hempstead 2.272 544 0 487 0 1,031 0 1.031 13 840 0 588 13 1,228 1,241
Hempatead Gardens 45 10 a 14 0 24 0 24 0 8 12 20 21
APPENDIXD
LlRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters In Alphabetical Order
WESTBOUND EASTBOUND
East!
West
Totals Saturday Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL Saturday Sunday SUB TOTAL TOTAL
StatIon On Off On Off ON OFF On Off On Off ON OFF
Hewlett 757 329 9 168 8 497 17 514 12 153 3 75 15 228 243
Hicksville 10.011 2,560 536 2,235 189 4,795 725 5,520 489 1,798 291 1,913 760 3,711 4,491
Hollis 236 57 7 61 11 118 18 136 8 49 6 37 14 86 100
Hunter.polnt Ave 0 0 0 0 o 0 0
HuntIngton 8,128 1,592 516 1,859 273 3.451 789 4.240 21 2,645 633 1,189 654 3,634 4,488
Inwood 283 52 0 128 0 180 0 180 0 49 1 53 1 102 103
Island Park 1,030 256 2 332 5 588 7 595 2 224 1 208 3 432 435
Islip 428 116 25 81 12 197 37 234 22 115 9 48 31 163 194
. Jamaica 28.116 3,828 3,642 3,326 3,676 7,154 7,318 14,472 3,132 4,452 2,834 3,826 5,966 8,278 14,244
KewGardens 1.489 389 49 282 90 671 139 810 104 220 160 195 264 415 679
KIngs Park 560 155 19 117 21 272 40 312 35 103 17 93 52 196 248
Lakeview 114 27 8 34 0 61 8 69 0 16 1 28 1 44 45
Laurelton 1,159 388 10 183 3 571 13 584 6 409 13 147 19 556 575
Lawrence 332 101 0 97 0 198 0 198 7 58 0 69 7 127 134
LIC 0 0 0 0 o 0 0
Lindenhurst 1,339 400 25 168 9 568 34 602 45 464 17 211 62 675 737
Little NeCk 1,641 520 14 351 11 871 25 896 14 389 14 228 28 617 645
Locust Manor 756 196 23 168 5 364 28 392 4 205 8 147 12 352 364
Locust Valley 467 121 8 72 5 193 13 206 13 174 2 72 15 246 261
Long Beach 3,858 1,006 0 862 0 1.868 0 1,868 9 1,170 0 811 9 1,981 1,990
Lynbrook 1,695 274 141 457 54 731 195 926 175 376 79 139 254 515 789
Malverne 112 83 0 23 1 106 1 107 0 41 0 24 o 65 65
Manhasset 3,425 916 59 710 22 1,626 81 1,707 68 879 65 706 133 1,585 1,118
Massapequa 1,646 309 29 434 42 143 71 814 110 317 42 363 152 680 832
Massapequa Park 2,180 645 35 328 90 973 125 1,098 58 525 29 470 87 995 1,082
Mastic-Shirley 400 111 14 116 4 227 18 245 2 80 29 44 31 124 155
Mattituck 61 23 0 33 0 56 0 56 0 0 0 5 o 5 5
Medford 10 1 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 2 0 3 o 5 5
Merlllon Avenue 672 207 8 177 10 364 16 402 7 125 9 129 16 254 270
Merrick 4,360 1,045 64 953 76 1,998 140 2,138 104 950 127 1,041 231 1,991 2,222
Mineola 10.287 2,795 846 1,818 476 4,613 1.324 5,937 413 2,637 268 1,032 681 3,669 4,350
Montauk 419 113 10 70 2 183 12 195 12 115 12 65 24 200 224
Murray Hili 715 191 41 171 35 362 76 438 36 111 34 96 70 207 277
Nassau Blvd 733 229 5 168 14 397 19 416 10 144 8 155 18 299 317
New Hyde Park 1,057 295 38 237 23 532 61 593 55 214 26 169 81 383 464
Northpon 1,133 173 18 205 65 378 63 461 126 263 81 202 207 465 672
Nostrand Ave 1,500 5 408 0 355 5 763 768 375 6 342 9 717 15 732
Oakdale 168 45 1 57 4 102 5 107 0 16 3 42 3 58 61
Oceanside 974 275 11 287 7 562 18 580 10 144 11 229 21 373 394
Oyster Bay 258 76 0 45 0 121 0 121 0 100 0 37 o 137 137
Patchogue 1,910 193 46 450 98 643 144 787 112 377 366 268 478 645 1.123
Pennsylvania Stetlon
Plnelawn
Plandome
86.380
145
524
0
24
103
23,631
2
14
0
54
140
21,450
1
7
0
76
243
45081
3
21
45,081
81
264
21,450
5
4
0
13
109
19,649
3
12
0
43
135
41,299
8
16
0
56
244
41,299
64
260
Port Jefferson 983 210 0 224 0 434 0 434 0 306 0 243 o 549 549
Port Washington
Quaens Village
Riverhead
5.186
938,
157
1,330
414
30
0
15
3
675
131
44
0
10
5
2,005
545
74
0
25
8
2.005
570
82
0
17
6
2,142
177
22
0
7
8
1,039
165
37
o
24
16
3161
342
59
3.181
366
75
APPENDIXD
LlRR STATION 2006 WEEKEND PASSENGER COUNTS
Total East I West Commuters In Alphabetical Order
East}
West
Totals Saturday
St.tlon On I Off
WESTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL Saturday
On I Off oN OFF On I Off
EASTBOUND
Sunday SUBTOTAL TOTAL
On Off ON OFF
Rockville Centre 3,037 723 133 670 99 1,393 232 1,625 223 592 166 431 389 1,023 1,412
Ronkonkoma 8.090 2,391 0 3,116 0 5,507 0 5,507 0 1,796 0 787 0 2,583 2,583
Rosedale 1.218 417 24 235 7 652 31 683 7 307 9 212 16 519 535
ROllyn 450 128 7 107 4 235 11 246 4 96 4 98 8 196 204
Sayvllla 1,153 274 80 201 24 475 84 518 12 427 17 138 29 565 584
Saa Cliff 243 42 7 50 4 92 11 103 10 73 4 53 14 126 140
Seaford 1,445 568 57 139 10 707 67 774 31 433 11 196 42 629 671
Smithtown 526 105 25 115 15 220 40 260 22 156 14 74 36 230 265
Southampton 418 66 14 77 6 143 22 165 30 60 17 146 47 206 253
Southold 75 20 1 30 1 50 2 52 4 6 6 7 10 13 23
Speonk 288 63 .4 112 0 175 4 179 24 41 20 24 44 65 109
St. Albans 116 24 . 19 19 4 43 23 66 16 10 2 22 16 32 50
St. James 230 79 4 50 10 129 14 143 1 42, 3 41 4 63 87
Stewart Manor 597 148 27 160 15 308 42 350 11 118 11 107 22 225 247
Stony Brook 1,257 446 12 336 16 782 28 810 12 372 6 57 18 429 447
Syosset 3,462 990 43 791 49 1781 92 1,873 46 935 39 569 65 1,504 1,689
Valley Stream 1,866 496 42 433 51 929 93 1,022 29 361 56 376 65 759 844
Wantagh 2,883 709 35 490 84 1,199 119 1,318 26 842 93 604 119 1,446 1,665
West Hempstead 92 24 0 24 0 46 0 48 0 18 0 26 0 44 44
Westbury 3,085 703 101 556 37 1,261 138 1,399 252 766 85 563 337 1,349 1.686
Weathampton 235 34 13 40 3 74 16 90 10 29, 40 66 50 95 146
Weatwood 54 18 3 11 0 29 3 32 2 15 1 4 3 19 22
Woodmere 746 152 11 133 7 285 18 303 8 89 12 334 20 423 443
Woodside 9,004 290 2,216 145 1,568 435 3,784 4.219 2,390 193 2,065 117 4,475 310 4.785
Wyandanch 3.568 691 196 510 123 1,201 321 1.522 393 441 427 785 820 1,226 2.046
Yaphank 10 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 4 0 8 0 8
Total 318.950 48,594 38.134 41.402 34.120 89.996 72.254 162.250 39,160 48.279 35,978 35.283 75.138 81,562 156,700
Source: 2006 LIRR Origin And Destln.tion Study
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DEMOGRAPHICS
Base: Total Respondents
Gender
Male
Female
Age
Mean Age
Household status
Mean Number of Person in HH
Ethnicity
White
Black/African American
Asian
Hispanic
Income
Less than $35,000
$35,000 to less than $75,000
$75,000 to less then $200,000
$200,000 or more
Mean (000)
Education
HS Grad or Less (Net)
Some College or More (Net)
LlRR - 2006
Inbound
Commuter
(200)
%
55
45
45.2
3.4
75
9
3
6
5
14
51
15
132
11
86
Occasional
(202)
%
37
63
51.6
2.9
84
5
3
5
9
17
53
8
111.3
12
86

Gender
Male
Female
Age
Mean Age
Household Status
Mean Number of Person in HH
Ethnicity
White
Black/African American
Asian
Hispanic
Income
Less than $35,000
$35,000 to less than $75,000
$75,000 to less than $200,000
Over $200,000
Mean (000)
Education
HS Grad or Less (Net)
Some College or More (Net)
DEMOGRAPHICS
MNR-2006
Inbound
Commuter Occasional
(203) (203)
% %
60 36
40 64
45.2 51.1
3.1 2.8
81 88
4 3
3 3
4 1
1 7
9 17
43 52
33 10
183.9 116.1
8 9
88 .87
Internet! MTA Website Awareness and Usage
• By and large, the vast majority of MNR and LI RR Customers have Internet access (both
at home and work), most have visited the MTA website recently and many have used
the site as an informational tool.
- Metro-North Commuters and Occasionals are more likely in 2007 th<an in 2005 to have mobile
Internet access.
- LlRR Commuters and Occasionals have virtually the same mobile Internet access in 2007 as in
2005. .
• A majority of MNR and LI RR Customers have visited the MTA'website in the past 30
days, but only a minority know or have bookmarked the MTA website address.
- . Each year, gradually more LlRR Commuters are saying that they have ever visited the MTA
website. The trend is similar for MNR Commuters, yet showed a slight decline in 2007.
• A majority of Customers of both rail lines have used the website to access train
schedules.
- Commuters and Occasionals of both lines use the MTA website as an information tool,
especially for train schedules, information about specific travel destinations, and travel
directions.
Incidence of Internet Access
The vast majority of both Metro-North and LlRR Customers have Internet
access - with better than six in ten having access both at home and work.
(Base: Total Respondents)
Metro-North Customers
LIRR Customers
(92
0
/0 Have Internet Access)
(900/0 Have Internet Access) .
66%
62%
20%
23%
8%
6%
5%
Home Work
. Both
No Internet
Home Work Both No Internet
Access
Access
01. Do you have access to the Internet at home or at work or both?
Incidence of Mobile Internet Access
Better than four in ten Metro-North Customers report that they have mobile Internet
access. About one-quarter o(LlRR Customers have mobile Internet access.
(Base: Total Respondents)
Metro-North Customers LIRR Customers
(42% Have Mobile Internet Access) (27% Have Mobile Internet Access)
Access via:
Access via:
33%
23CYo 23%
12%
Cell Phone PDA Cell Phone PDA
02. Do you have access to the Internet on a cell phone?
03. Do you have access to the Internet on a PDA?
, .
Inci.dence of Mobile Internet Access
(Trended LIRR)
LlRR Customers have virtually the same likelihood of having mobile Internet
'"
access in 2007 as they had in 2005 .. Slightly more Commuters h a v ~ Internet
access on their cell phone.
(Sase: Total Respondents)
LIRR Customers
Cell Phone ' PDA
Commuters Occasionals Commuters Occasionals
\_ 2005 ~ 2007\
D2. Do you have access to the Internet on a cell phone?
D3. Do you have access to the Internet on a PDA?
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