WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WWLP) - 22News continues to follow the latest on commuter conditions Tuesday morning, following the storm.
Drivers were still advised early Tuesday morning to keep off all roadways in Connecticut until further notice--including I-91. Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy ordered the closure, Monday afternoon.
All commercial flights were canceled at Bradley International Airport on Monday. But flights may resume around noon on Tuesday, according to the Airport's spokesperson, John Wallace. Passengers are still urged though to check with their airline before leaving, in case there are any changes.
In Boston, officials at Logan International Airport expect the airlines to start rebuilding their schedules on Tuesday as well. The Boston Globe reports that airlines are waiving change fees and fare differences for travelers who have to adjust or cancel their flights due to the storm.
Amtrak has canceled all of its service along the northeast corridor for a second day.
Peter Pan lines, Greyhound lines and the BoltBus have canceled their services through Tuesday.
The MBTA resumed its normal service at 5AM Tuesday morning.