Bus service between Long Island Rail Road stations in Great Neck and Port Washington will replace trains early Friday as emergency track work is conducted, LIRR officials announced Thursday.
The main track will be out of service after the Port Washington line train arrives in Great Neck at 12:49 a.m. and will remain out of service until normal service resumes when the 5:09 a.m. train leaves from Port Washington, the LIRR said. Buses will replace train service during that time.
Those traveling eastbound to the Manhasset, Plandome and Port Washington stations will get off the train at Great Neck and board buses to their destinations. The LIRR said riders should prepare to arrive 25 minutes later than usual.
Those traveling west from the Manhasset, Plandome and Port Washington stations will board buses or vans to the Great Neck station, where normal train service will resume, the LIRR said. Riders should also prepare to arrive at their destination 25 minutes later than usual as well, the LIRR said.