Long Island Railroad Advertising

Long Island Railroad Advertising

Rail Platforms
With an extended dwell time while waiting for trains, platform media formats give your brand quality time with key consumers
PRODUCT SPECS
1-Sheet
46”H x 30”W
2-Sheet
46”H x 60”W
3-Sheet
82”H x 42”W
Diorama
43”H x 62”W
Platform Kiosk
26”H x 53”W
Station King
30”H x 144”W
Station Queen
24”H x 65”W

LIST OF STATIONS ON THE BABYLON BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE FAR ROCKAWAY BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE CITY TERMINAL ZONE
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE HEMPSTEAD BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE MONTAUK BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE RONKONKOMA BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE PORT JEFFERSON BRANCH

LIST OF STATIONS ON THE PORT WASHINGTON BRANCH
LIST OF STATIONS ON THE OYSTER BAY BRANCH

LIST OF STATIONS ON THE WEST HEMPSTEAD BRANCH

 

Long Island Railroad
Ranked by Station Name Station 2014 4-wk Minimum Station Circulation
1 Albertson 11,076
2 Amagansett 768
3 Amityville 62,252
4 Atlantic Terminal 496,868
5 Auburndale 67,600
6 Babylon 328,268
7 Baldwin 159,436
8 Bay Shore 33,892
9 Bayside 180,904
10 Bellerose 28,344
11 Bellmore 158,076
12 Bellport 2,060
13 Bethpage 82,048
14 Boland’s Landing 6,608
15 Brentwood 73,116
16 Bridgehampton 2,180
17 Broadway 58,240
18 Carle Place 21,888
19 Cedarhurst 34,244
20 Central Islip 85,120
21 Centre Avenue 21,216
22 Cold Spring Harbor 63,324
23 Copiague 62,524
24 Country Life Press 15,284
25 Deer Park 142,480
26 Douglaston 55,568
27 East Hampton 4,172
28 East New York 35,696
29 East Rockaway 22,664
30 East Williston 15,292
31 Far Rockaway 14,820
32 Farmingdale 90,268
33 Floral Park 65,012
34 Flushing Main Street 59,336
35 Forest Hills 51,848
36 Freeport 136,524
37 Garden City 24,448
38 Gibson 25,660
39 Glen Cove 10,220
40 Glen Head 14,556
41 Glen Street 11,640
42 Great Neck 218,236
43 Great River 7,092
44 Greenlawn 21,200
45 Greenport 420
46 Greenvale 5,588
47 Hampton Bays 2,836
48 Hempstead 56,420
49 Hempstead Gardens 7,360
50 Hewlett 41,840
51 Hicksville 535,012
52 Hillside 28,412
53 Hollis 9,784
54 Hunterspoint Avenue 104,480
55 Huntington 357,076
56 Inwood 17,176
57 Island Park 41,656
58 Islip 22,936
59 Jamaica 2,346,020
60 Kew Gardens 45,452
61 Kings Park 32,500
62 Lakeview 11,840
63 Laurelton 41,568
64 Lawrence 17,344
65 Lindenhurst 73,968
66 Little Neck 76,640
67 Locust Manor 33,432
68 Locust Valley 13,092
69 Long Beach 110,548
70 Long Island City 2,020
71 Lynbrook 112,608
72 Malverne 16,500
73 Manhasset 118,204
74 Massapequa 107,752
75 Massapequa Park 89,140
76 Mastic-Shirley 15,564
77 Mattituck 300
78 Medford 840
79 Merillon Avenue 43,380
80 Merrick 163,900
81 Mets-Willets Point 308
82 Mineola 311,120
83 Montauk 2,988
84 Murray Hill 29,908
85 Nassau Boulevard 36,868
86 New Hyde Park 92,076
87 Northport 50,716
88 Nostrand Avenue 32,776
89 Oakdale 11,112
90 Oceanside 54,956
91 Oyster Bay 6,780
92 Patchogue 31,880
93 Penn Station 4,962,852
94 Pinelawn 1,172
95 Plandome 24,832
96 Port Jefferson 32,256
97 Port Washington 169,348
98 Queens Village 39,688
99 Riverhead 1,500
100 Rockville Centre 183,472
101 Ronkonkoma 357,628
102 Rosedale 57,328
103 Roslyn 21,724
104 Sayville 26,220
105 Sea Cliff 11,912
106 Seaford 83,620
107 Smithtown 20,324
108 Southampton 2,680
109 Southold 200
110 Speonk 5,332
111 St. Albans 10,448
112 St. James 16,676
113 Stewart Manor 35,616
114 Stony Brook 56,712
115 Syosset 137,804
116 Valley Stream 182,832
117 Wantagh 132,028
118 West Hempstead 5,940
119 Westbury 90,112
120 Westhampton 1,068
121 Westwood 12,200
122 Woodmere 39,880
123 Woodside 180,392
124 Wyandanch 98,112
125 Yaphank 600
Source: NY MTA-LIRR (2014 Ridership)