Reports

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The PCAC and councils regularly undertake research studies and projects on issues of important to MTA commuters.

Just a Friendly Reminder: Be Courteous While on the LIRR (2006) PDF : Results of the 2006 Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council Customer Courtesy Survey.

What’s Happening? Where Are We? When Do We Get There? (2005) PDF : Results of the 2005 Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council Customer Communication Survey.

LIRR Report Card Rider Survey (2003) PDF : Results of the annual, independent rider survey conducted by the Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council.

You’ve Got Connections! (2002) PDF : Increasing Shuttle Bus Services to the MTA Railroads. Metro-North Railroad (MNR) and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) riders have difficulty finding parking at many stations. Commuters typically arrive earlier and walk farther to find a parking space, while discretionary riders are left with few spaces remaining after the daily commuter rush. The lack of available parking is one of the greatest constraints to increasing ridership on the railroads, yet building more parking spaces is not a priority for communities for many reasons.

LIRR Report Card Rider Survey (2002) PDF : Results of the annual, independent rider survey conducted by the Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council.

LIRR Report Card Rider Survey (2001) PDF : Results of the annual, independent rider survey conducted by the Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council.

LIRR Report Card Rider Survey (2000) PDF : Results of the annual, independent rider survey conducted by the Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council.

LIRR Report Card Rider Survey (1999) PDF : Results of the annual, independent rider survey conducted by the Long Island Rail Road Commuter’s Council.