New York State Department of Transportation Off Hours Emergencie State Office Building, Hauppauge, NY11749 This is the emergency number for the New York State Department of Transportation. Residents are advised to call this…More number if they experience a dangerous road condition that needs immediate attention. Examples may include out-of-service traffic signals due to a storm, downed powerlines, or other conditions that jeopardize safe travel on state roadways. This department will act to remedy situations as quickly as possible, and notify other agencies if necessary.
The Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing is located in the H. Lee Dennison Building within the…More Suffolk County government complex off Veterans Highway. Run by Commissioner Yves Michel, this department helps businesses moving in and establishing themselves in Suffolk while helping its workers find housing to suit their needs. It hosts several public meetings, and a full schedule is available on its Web site.
Department of Motor Vehicles 250 Veterans Hwy, Hauppauge, NY11788 This is the Hauppauge branch of New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. Located inside Perry B. Duryea building,…More residents should expect to be screened by metal detectors and endure police bag searches before entering. This DMV processes licenses, registrations, non-driver photo identification in addition to having a traffic violations court for non-criminal offenses. Permit testings are offered from Mondays to Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:30am - noon. Testing is also administered on Thursdays, from 10am - 2pm. Call or visit its website for CDL testing and Escort Vehicle licenses.
New York State Department of Transportation's (DOT) regional public involvement coordinator Margaret Conklin answers…More calls from Suffolk and Nassau residents in Region 10 regarding state roads and highways. The office handles everything from potholes and non-working traffic signals to public complaints about busy intersections where traffic signals should be reviewed. Calls are screened to be directed to proper DOT officials or handled immediately. Conklin herself often provides updates on regional and community projects.
Important telephone hotlines set up for commuters by the DOT include 1-877-4COMMUTE for carpool information and 1-800-POTHOLE for residents to report potholes on state roadways.