Route 110

Suffolk County, New York


A multimodal Route 110 will provide connectivity between destinations along “Long Island’s Main Street”, alleviate traffic congestion, offer healthy travel alternatives to automobile use, and ensure sustainable economic growth in the future. Serving as the foundation of the Long Island “Jobs Corridor”, the Route 110 BRT will service downtown, employment, transportation, education, research, and shopping assets between the Village of Amityville and Huntington that may include:

  • Village of Huntington
  • Huntington LIRR Station
  • Huntington Station
  • Walt Whitman Shops
  • Melville Mall
  • High-tech and other employers along NY Route 110 between the Southern and Northern State Parkways
  • Farmingdale State College
  • Future Republic LIRR Train Station and East Farmingdale TOD
  • Farmingdale LIRR Station
  • Republic Airport and Molloy College
  • Amityville LIRR Station
  • Amityville Village
Route110 Updated Map 03012022

The Route 110 corridor includes a shoulder-running business access and transit (BAT) lane component, proposed to speed up the travel of buses and facilitate boarding and alighting at stations, while preserving access to businesses along the corridor. The shoulder running BAT lane is currently proposed in four segments, totaling 6.5 miles, between Sunrise Highway and the Walt Whitman Shops.

The deployment of Transit Signal Priority (TSP) is also expected at several intersections throughout the corridor, which will help speed up the BRT and reduce delays. The BRT will also be accompanied by the development of attractive, modern bus stations with several rider amenities.

There will also be a pedestrian and micromobility (bikes, scooters, roller blades, skateboards, etc.) route component to the Route 110 Corridor BRT project. Improvements to safety and circulation, particularly in the area surrounding proposed stations and areas demonstrating pedestrian travel lacking appropriate facilities, will be the focus of the pedestrian and micromobility component.”

Route 110 BRT Timeline

route 110 brt timeline

Additional Route 110 BRT Resources

Route 110 BRT Public Meeting 11/10/21 Video Recording

Route 110 BRT Public Meeting 11/10/21 Presentation

Route 110 BRT Technical Advisory Committee Summer Meeting 6/30/21

Route 110 BRT First Public Meeting 12/07/20 (English & Spanish)

Route 110 BRT Technical Advisory Committee Fall Meeting 10/01/20

Route 110 BRT Technical Advisory Committee Summer Meeting 6/02/20

Learn more about the BRT Route 110 Alternative Analysis Final Report

  • Alternatives Development - pg. VII, pg. 46
  • Budget - pg. 110

Other BRT Resources


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