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ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office announced shortly after 2:30 p.m. that the travel ban for Interstate 84 had been lifted.
The ban went into effect around 8 a.m., and restricted all commercial and passenger vehicles from driving on I-84 in both directions between the Pennsylvania and Connecticut state lines.
“State crews have been working diligently to clear snow and ice from roadways across the State,” Cuomo said. “It is important to note that while the vehicle ban on I-84 has been lifted all motorists should proceed with caution as slippery road conditions may remain in certain areas.”
Flights have also been impacted. Stewart International Airport has several cancelled or delayed flights.
If you commute via Metro North, check the schedule. Visit the MTA website for detailed information.
Kingston Citibus and all Dutchess County Public Transit, including the LOOP Bus, is suspended until further notice.