Pennsylvania Station (New York City) - Services - Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Long Island Rail Road

Long Island Rail Road

  • Babylon Branch to Babylon with connecting service to Montauk
  • Belmont Park Branch seasonal service to Belmont Park
  • City Terminal Zone with connecting service at Jamaica station
  • Far Rockaway Branch to Far Rockaway, Queens in New York City
  • Hempstead Branch to Hempstead
  • Long Beach Branch to Long Beach
  • Montauk Branch to Babylon and Montauk
  • Oyster Bay Branch to Oyster Bay
  • Port Jefferson Branch to Huntington and Port Jefferson
  • Port Washington Branch to Great Neck and Port Washington
  • Ronkonkoma Branch to Ronkonkoma and Long Island MacArthur Airport with connecting service to Greenport
  • West Hempstead Branch to Hempstead

All branches connect at Jamaica station except the Port Washington Branch.

Normally, the LIRR uses tracks 17–21 exclusively and shares 13–16 with Amtrak and NJT.

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