Advocates regroup for public transit on Route 110

May 12, 2010 Full story: Newsday

James Bernstein is a longtime business writer for Newsday. The MTA plans to discontinue N95 bus service in and around the Melville area and to delay for five years a new railroad station near Republic Airport have stirred a protest from the business group Action Long Island.

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#1 May 12, 2010
Melville needs better bus connections to both Farmingdale and Huntington train stations.

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