People are beginning to travel again after a historic blizzard blew through Connecticut.
The governor lifted a statewide ban on travel on Saturday afternoon, but is urging people to take necessary precaution when traveling. Safety measures include making carpool plans, cleaning snow off roofs and buildings and making sure drainage areas are clear.
Truck drivers should delay their travel until evening hours so crews can continue to clear the roads.
The governor’s office urges the public to not call 211 for plowing information. 211 does not have information on when streets will be plowed. To find a location of a local warming shelter, you can call 211.
Metro-North will operate on a regular weekday schedule on Monday between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal. There will be limited peak service from stations between New Haven and Stamford. Regular Danbury Service will resume with the exception of the 6:18 a.m., which is canceled.
The Waterbury branch will remain suspended until further notice. There will be no substitute buses provided to travelers.
Amtrak will resume normal operations on the Northeast Corridor between New York and Boston on Tuesday, Feb. 12, including the resumption of full Acela Express, Northeast Regional and Springfield Shuttle service following this weekend’s severe winter storm. Amtrak crews have been working around the clock to clear affected track of large amounts of snow, in excess of several feet in some cases. In addition, crews have removed downed trees and made all necessary repairs to allow for full restoration of service.
Passengers who have paid but choose not to travel due to this service disruption can receive a refund or a voucher for future travel. Some reservations booked online can be modified or canceled on Amtrak.com or by using the free Amtrak mobile app.
Flights are coming and going on schedule. Check with your airline for status of your flights Monday.
Customers should anticipate delays and detours and plan accordingly. Due to several narrowed and closed roads, buses may not be able to operate on the full route.
Here is the latest update, as of 8:50 a.m. on Monday:
- 30 Bradley Flyer Normal Service
- 31/33 Park Street No service to Park Terrace.
- 32/34/36 Windsor Avenue Normal Service
- 35 Westfarms Flyer Normal Service
- 37/39 New Britain Avenue No service to Chandler, Dart, Brookfield or Flatbush. Buses operating to/from Walmart via New Britain & Newfield.
- 38 Weston Street Bypassing Hartford Police Dept facility.
- 40/42 North Main/Barbour Streets No service on Barbour north of Westland Street.
- 41 New Britain Limited Service
- 43 Campfield Avenue SERVICE SUSPENDED
- 44 Garden Street No service on Garden north of Westland Street.
- 45 Berlin Turnpike Flyer Normal Service
- 46 Vine Street No service to Coventry Street. Buses operating via Tower Avenue, Blue Hills, Holcomb Street.
- 47 Franklin Avenue Normal Service
- 50/52/54 Blue Hills Avenue Met Life closed, buses terminating a CIGNA.
- 53/55 Wethersfield Avenue/Silas Deane Highway Bypassing Wethersfield Shopping Center, buses operating via Silas Deane. Middletown buses terminating at downtown Middletown, no service to CVH.
- 56/58 Albany/Bloomfield Avenues Normal Service
- 59 Locust Street Normal Service
- 60/62/64/66 Farmington Avenue Normal Service
- 61 Broad Street Normal Service
- 63 Hillside Avenue Normal Service
- 69 Capitol Avenue Bypassing CCSU.
- 72 Asylum Avenue Met Life closed, buses terminating a CIGNA.
- 74 Granby Street Normal Service
- 76 Ashley Street No service to Cornwall, Palm, Burham Streets. Buses operating via Blue Hills, Tower Avenue, Granby Street.
- 80 Buckland Flyer Normal Service
- 82/84 Tolland Street Normal Service
- 83 Silver Lane Bypassing MCC.
- 85 MCC Flyer SERVICE SUSPENDED
- 86/88 Burnside Avenue Normal Service
- 87 Brewer Street Normal Service
- 91 Forbes Street Crosstown Normal Service
- 92 Tower Avenue Crosstown Normal Service
- 94/96 Park Avenue/John Fitch Boulevard Normal Service
- 95 Glastonbury Bypassing Hubbard Street; Millbrook Park Snow Route in effect.
- Star Shuttle No service to Union, Allen or Ann. Buses operating via Spruce to Church.
Local and express routes in Hartford, New Haven and Stamford that are able to operate safely will resume regular trips starting Monday.
For more closings, check our website nbcconnecticut.com
Malloy says the recovery effort will take some time, but the state and city public works personnel are working very hard to get the roads clear.