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"Coastal Flood Advisory" ...Coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect from 9 PM this evening to midnight EDT tonight... * locations...coastal Connecticut west of Madison...coastal Westchester County...and coastal northwest Suffolk and northern Nassau...from Shoreham west to the Queens border. * Tidal departures...around 1 foot above astronomical tide heights. * Timing...widespread minor coastal flooding should occur around the times of high tide between 9 PM and midnight on tonight. Additional minor coastal flooding is possible around the times of high tide Friday night. * Impacts...minor flooding of some shore roads and/or properties due to height of storm tide. Most roads should remain passable... with only isolated closures. There is no significant threat to life...and any impact on property is minimal. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A coastal Flood Advisory indicates that onshore winds and tides will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore. ...L.I. Sound water levels for tonight... Coastal............time of......forecast total.......flood..... Location...........high Tide.....Water level.........Category.. .................................(mllw/ngvd)................... Kings Point NY.....1057 PM........10.0-10.6..........minor..... Stamford CT........1104 PM.........9.8-10.4..........minor..... Bridgeport CT......1101 PM.........9.3-9.9...........minor..... New Haven CT.......1100 PM.........8.5-9.1...........minor..... Glen Cove NY.......1035 PM........10.1-10.7..........minor..... Old Field NY.......1102 PM.........9.1-9.7...........minor..... -- Thursday May.05 16,09:36 PM Weather  |  LIRR  |  Traffic  |  Traffic Cams |  Weather News

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Long Island Bus Stations

Maybe you’ve noticed the traffic on Long Island. Well, one thing all Long Islanders have in common is that we have places to go. Over 50 Suffolk County public transit lines, and more than 30 in Nassau County, not only help you get to all of the places you need to be, they help alleviate the traffic and reduce the harmful impacts of large scale automobile traffic in our area. Nassau County public transportation, formerly called LI Bus under the administration of the MTA, is now operated by Nassau County in an alliance with Veolia Transportation. This new system is called NICE, Nassau Inter-County Express, and will continue to accept Metro Cards. Suffolk County Transit operates throughout the county while a few towns and villages, such as Huntington and Patchogue operate their own local jitney buses. Suffolk Transit offers several rates and discounts, including a discount for students and senior citizens, while children and personal care attendants ride for free when accompanied by an adult or a disabled passenger, respectively. If you’re traveling locally on Long Island there’s bound to be a bus route to get you where you need to go.

Greyhound

1684 Expressway Drive South in Hauppauge
(631) 234-2445

Huntington Area Rapid Transit (Hart Bus)

144 East 2nd Street in Huntington Station
(631) HART-BUS

MTA Long Island Bus

700 Commercial Avenue in Garden City
(516) 542-0100

MTA Long Island Bus Metro

134 South Central Avenue in Valley Stream
(516) 766-6722

Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE)

700 Commercial Avenue in Gerden City

Village of Patchogue Owned Bus

14 Baker Street in Patchogue
(631) 475-4300
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