The Long Island Rail Road will switch to its summer schedule starting Monday.
All times on all lines have been slightly adjusted, so be sure to check the MTA website to plan your work week or weekend that include the , or stops.
The summer schedule will remain in effect until after Labor Day.
The time changes also include a handful of track maintenance, according to a statement from the MTA earlier this week. The work is scheduled for off-peak periods, such as midday during the week and on the weekends.
Such projects, the MTA said, include the installation of new railroad ties on the Main Line and Far Rockaway branches, the replacement of third rail and the painting of a bridge on the Port Washington branch, the resurfacing of switches on the Main Line and Atlantic branches and the installation of new running rail on the Babylon branch.