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Welcome to the nassau hub study website

Thank you for visiting the Nassau Hub Study Alternatives Analysis/ Environmental Impact Statement (AA/EIS) Website. Located in central Nassau County, New York, the Hub contains many of the iconic uses people associate with Nassau County such as the Roosevelt Field Mall, Hofstra University, Nassau Community College, Museum Row, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the County Government Center and Eisenhower Park. Additionally, the Hub is home to the Villages of Hempstead, Garden City, Mineola and Westbury, with their traditional downtowns containing a mix of commercial and residential areas.

Nassau County has initiated the preparation of an Alternatives Analysis (AA) to address transportation problems in the area known as Nassau Hub. The Nassau Hub Study will define new transportation options and identify land use strategies that will help promote economic development, create jobs in the Study Area, and improve access and mobility, which in turn, will enhance the quality of life for all Nassau County residents. The AA will examine opportunities for introducing realistic and practical transit improvements within the Hub study area, and will be conducted in cooperation with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and in accordance with FTA requirements. The purpose of the AA, as currently defined, is to select a Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA). Following the selection of the LPA and with the FTA's concurrence, Nassau County will conduct an environmental review in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. The review will result in a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for public review and comment. Nassau County anticipates a Final Environmental Impact Statement, a Record of Decision and, if successful, federal funding to implement the LPA.

This website was set up to provide a centralized forum for a two-way exchange of information, to keep interested stakeholders and the public aware of ongoing activities, meetings or other events that could be of interest, and to provide a convenient platform for people to provide comments to the team. As the study progresses, various materials will be posted for review and feedback will be solicited.

To stay involved with this study, please leave us your contact information. Also, remember to check back for updates and newly posted information. We need you to be an active participant in the process.


                 

 

     


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