Reports

Suffolk County, New York

Suffolk County Mobility Study: Strategies for Suburban Transportation (Full Report)

June 2018 - Outlines strategies and actions for improving mobility to ensure Suffolk County is well-positioned to support existing riders, attract new riders, enhance economic competitiveness, support vibrant communities, leverage investments, and provide a foundation for sustainable growth in the County while reducing reliance on personal vehicles.

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Suffolk County Mobility Study (Summary Presentation)

June 2018 - A visual, condensed version of the Suffolk County Mobility Study: Strategies for Suburban Transportation.

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Transport Long Island: A Train-to-Plane Connectivity Study

May 2018 - Identifies and evaluates modes and technologies to enhance connectivity between the Long Island MacArthur Airport and the Ronkonkoma LIRR Station.

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Transit-Supported Economic Development in Suffolk County

November 2017 - The Regional Plan Association has worked with six municipalities on discrete projects that aim to foster transit-oriented development, diversify housing opportunities and create more walkable environments across the County to spur sustainable economic growth. This provides a detailed analysis of the outcomes and lessons learned from RPA’s work with each of these communities.

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Nicolls Road Alternatives Analysis Study

June 2016 - This report documents how Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) can provide the foundation for a sustainable transportation strategy to connect our commercial, residential, educational, and research institutions with transit-oriented developments and vibrant downtowns that will result in long-term economic stability and growth for the region.

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Route 110 Alternatives Analysis

October 2015 - This Analysis provides the process and framework for advancing the Route 110 component of the Connect Long Island plan by evaluating a range of route and modal alternatives for a new, high-quality transit service.

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Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study

May 2014 - This study describes how BRT can be the linchpin of a sustainable transportation strategy to connect the County’s outstanding public and private universities, world-class research institutions, high-tech businesses, major office parks and hospitals, parks and recreation areas, and vibrant downtowns near Long Island Rail Road stations.

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100 Veterans Memorial Highway
11th Floor
Hauppauge, NY 11788-0099

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