New York Metro

Products Available – Shelters, Bus Advertising & Benches

Signal delivers 43% of the NY Metro Area with our suburban bus shelter and bus bench coverage.

Long Island, New York

Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Long Island is one of the most prosperous consumer markets in the United States with a median HHI of $89,060.  Nassau and Suffolk Counties comprise more than 95% of Long Island’s land mass and have a combined population of over 2.8 million people. The preferred mode of travel around Long Island is the automobile – the average household has 3.4 vehicles.  Coverage includes ad displays near malls, colleges, Nassau Coliseum, Eisenhower Park and Mineola Station.

 

Westchester County, New York

Westchester County’s 1,081,726 residents have the second highest per capita income in the state of New York, a mean household income of $133,325, and an average household net worth of $994,529.  Thriving population centers, such as Mount Vernon, Yonkers, New Rochelle and White Plains, make the Westchester advertising market one of America’s most desirable.

 

Northern New Jersey

Bergen, Hudson, Essex, Morris, Passaic, Union and Middlesex Counties

This rapidly growing market boasts a median household income of $69,744 and offers advertisers the opportunity to impact 4.6 million highly sought after consumers.  The area is home to prestigious companies such as BMW, Volvo, Verizon, Ricoh, Sony, Minolta, and Johnson & Johnson.  Bus shelter coverage includes locations on Route 9, leading to the “Mall Mecca” of New Jersey.

 

Fairfield & New Haven Counties, Connecticut

Stamford, Norwalk, and Waterbury

Fairfield County is a key part of the New York DMA and is the third largest corporate center in the country after New York City and Chicago.  Stamford is home to four Fortune 500 Companies, nine Fortune 1000 Companies, and numerous divisions of large corporations. The region’s 916,829 residents have a median household income of $81,268.  Signal operates over 250 ad displays with exposure to traffic connecting to I-95, and the Merritt Parkway,

 

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