New York Metro

Products Available – Shelters, Bus Advertising & Benches

Signal delivers 43% of the NY Metro Area with our Suburban Coverage.

Long Island, New York

Long Island is one of the most prosperous consumer markets in the United States. The Counties of Nassau and Suffolk have long been renowned for their affluence and high standard of living. The median household income is nearly twice the U.S. average.

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! The best place to capture this active audience is with out-of-home advertising and Signal Outdoor.

Signal has more than 1,000 bus shelter and bus bench advertising opportunities on Long Island. Coverage is available within close proximity to these highly desirable areas:

  • Malls:  Roosevelt Field, The Source, American, Sunrise Mall
  • Colleges – Hofstra, Adelphi, Nassau Community College
  • Nassau Coliseum
  • Eisenhower Park
  • Mineola Station

Northern New Jersey

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

As a rapidly growing shelter market, Northern New Jersey offers advertisers the opportunity to target a large, highly educated, and affluent population. The area is home to prestigious companies such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Verizon, Ricoh, Sony, Minolta, and Johnson & Johnson.

Signal transit shelter coverage includes Route 4, leading to the “Mall Mecca” of New Jersey. Some of the largest Malls in the Tri-state area are located here, including Bergen Mall, the Garden State Plaza, Riverside Square, The Fashion Center and Paramus Park.

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. Shelters in Fairfield County offer exposure to traffic bordering I-95, the Merritt Parkway, Route 1 and Route 7.

Stamford is home to four Fortune 500 Companies, nine Fortune 1000 Companies as well as numerous divisions of large corporations. This gives Stamford the largest financial district in New York Metro outside New York City itself.

Local areas of interest include the Maritime Aquarium of Norwalk and Rich Forum in Stamford.

Universities in the area include the University of Bridgeport, Sacred Heart, Fairfield University and the University of Connecticut.

Throughout the first half of the 20th century, Waterbury had large industrial interests and was the leading center in the United States for the manufacture of brassware. This is reflected in it’s nickname the “Brass City”. It was also known for the manufacture of watches and clocks.

The City is located along Interstate 84 and Route 8 and is on the Metro-North railroad with connections to Grand Central Terminal in NYC. The area is home to several Universities and College campuses.