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Executive Curran at press conference with construction equipment in background

Previous administrations left Nassau’s infrastructure crumbling. That is why, as County Executive, Laura Curran launched the most ambitious infrastructure improvement programs in decades. The Curran administration is advancing critical infrastructure and environmental upgrades that will improve Nassau County residents’ quality of life.

As a suburban and car-dependent community, Nassau residents rely on our roads every day. County Executive Curran understands the importance of strong infrastructure in Nassau County. That’s why her administration more than doubled the amount of lane miles Nassau paves each year. When she was sworn in as County Executive, only 68 lane miles of road paving were budgeted. Since then, County Executive Curran has overseen 372 lane miles paved.

County Executive Curran oversaw renovations of the Rosa Parks Transit Center in Hempstead, which is the main transit hub for the County's NICE Bus system and the busiest bus hub on Long Island. The renovations improved the security, look, and function of the center. She has continuously advocated for service improvements to the Long Island Rail Road, which offers locals an easy way to commute and bolsters Long Island’s tourism industry. County Executive Curran understands public transit plays a major role in the revival of our region’s economy. She is committed to providing Nassau communities with a reliable and efficient transit system.