HARTFORD, Conn. — As water hits the ground both in liquid and cold solid forms across Connecticut, transit - local and beyond - might be compromised.
The nor'easter is bringing some flights to a stop and is slowing down public ground transportation in some instances across the state as the nor'easter passes by.
Early Tuesday morning, Bradley International Airport said most flights are a go for Tuesday, with the exception of about 15% of flights being canceled. Around midday Tuesday, flight cancellations at Bradley rose to around 30%. Check flight arrivals and departures here.
Most CTtransit bus routes seem to be running as scheduled. There are some routes that are affected by the snow. Check bus route alerts here.
CTrail trains are still chugging along, but with some delays between 5-15 minutes. Check up to the minute updates here.
Metro-North is also seeing similar delays, but issues appear to be mechanical as opposed to meteorological. The latest updates can be checked here.
And a reminder to truck drivers: A tractor-trailer ban is in effect on Interstate 84 until further notice from Gov. Ned Lamont.
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