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Some Maps Proposed for a Nassau Hub/Central Nassau Transit System

The presentations by the study team conducting the Nassau Hub Major Investment Study (MIS) refer to a "core system" and a "full system." The core system refers to a small "loop" serving the Hub area (shown in green on the map below). The full system is a more extensive system (additional thick red, blue and light blue routes), with a greater number of connections to existing transit, establishing links between the southern Babylon and West Hempstead Branches of the LIRR and central and northern LIRR Branches (Oyster Bay, Hempstead, Ronkonkoma and Port Jefferson). (Orange and thin red and lines are existing LIRR lines.)

Full System


Core System

Click here for a closer view of the "core" system

As part of the original Hub study commissioned by the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Privatization Committee, the New York Institute of Technology developed maps for two different technologies of Automated Guideway Transit (AGT) or "people mover" systems. (Click here to see the full report.)

Map of a potential Personal Repid Transit (PRT) system.

Click for closer view of NYIT's proposed PRT system map.

Map of a potetial "fin" technology system.

Click for closer view of NYIT's proposed PRT system map.


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