No travel ban in effect but residents warned to stay off Connecticut roads
HARTFORD — Hopefully your plans today were to just stay home because traveling during this storm may be difficult.
This video shows a CT Transit bus that went off the route on Route 2 on the Glastonbury/Malborough line. The driver had minor injuries and there were no passengers on board.
State Troopers say that between 6 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., they have responded to 34 no injury crashes, 2 minor injury crashes and 139 motorist assists, which include spin-outs or vehicles stuck in the snow.
Greyhound Bus Service has cancelled the following buses:
• Montreal - Boston
• Bangor - Portland, ME - Boston
• Albany - Boston
• New York City - Boston
• Atlantic City - New York
• Atlantic City - Washington, DC
• Atlantic City - Philadelphia, PA
They ask you check their website for your specific schedule impact.
Bradley International Airport is open, but there are a significant number of arriving and departing flights that are cancelled as airlines adjust their schedules due to the weather. Remember, we're not the only ones dealing with this storm!
Passengers are advised to contact their airline regarding their own flight and any potential re-booking options before they head to the airport.
Amtrak is also operating on a modified, reduced schedule on their Acela Express and Northeast Regional service between New York and Boston. Additionally, their Shuttle service operating between Springfield, Mass and New Haven will also operate with a modified schedule.
Northeast Regional service between Washington D.C. and Newport News/Norfolk, Virginia is cancelled.
Passengers with reservations on trains that are being modified will be contacted and accommodated by Amtrak.
Amtrak recommends anyone planning to travel should check their train status prior to leaving. Leave early enough to allow extra cime to get to the station safely, and be extremely careful on station platforms.