Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society


  • Mar 04 2011

    Update #1: Damage to the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge

    As reported on December 15, 2010, January 12, 2011, and February 15, 2011, the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge has been subjected to dumping of debris and an attack by graffiti vandals. Last December, Jim McKenna, Site Director of the Old Bethpage Village Restoration, committed to cleaning up the bridge. Here's the latest update: (5 comments)


  • Feb 16 2011

    First Meeting of the Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society

    An outgrowth of the long-standing Long Island Motor Parkway Panel, a group dedicated to the preservation of the Long Island Motor Parkway was established last night at the Bonwit Inn on the Motor Parkway in Commack. Ten people had a wonderful time sharing stories about our favorite historic road and (18 comments)


  • Feb 15 2011

    Help Restore the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge

    Only two Motor Parkway bridges remain standing in Nassau County- in Manhasset Hills and Old Bethpage. Here is background on the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge and your opportunity to help restore it... tonight! (4 comments)


  • Dec 14 2010

    Old Bethpage Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge to Receive a Cleaning

    Last week Charles Muller commented on VanderbiltCupRaces.com that "the bridge in Bethpage Restoration is now being used as a garbage dump for the private farm located there. They are knocking down the rails with their equipment". (3 comments)


  • May 18 2010

    Then & Now: Potential Nassau Historical Markers on the Motor Parkway Trail

    Nassau County is currently developing a master plan for a continuous multi-use Motor Parkway Trail. Part of the plan calls for the placement of markers "at the location of historical remnants and will serve as a way to educate the public on the history of the corridor as the original (2 comments)


  • Jan 22 2009

    Alley Pond Striders on the Long Island Motor Parkway Greenway

    Lynn Henry has submitted information on the Alley Pond Striders. This running and walking club has over 250 members and serves the communities of Eastern Queens and Nassau County. (2 comments)




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