MBTA service in the Greater Boston area has resumed on a limited basis.
From the Massachusetts Turnpike this morning:
From Massport Friday afternoon:
Other travel services affected Friday:
MASSPORT reports that Logan Airport remains open but with heightened security.
Logan is open and operating under heightened security. Please check with your airline on flight status before heading to the airport.— Boston Logan Airport (@BostonLogan) April 19, 2013
Update 8:23 a.m.: WBZ Radio reports that the FAA has instituted a flight restriction over the Watertown area.
If you are traveling along the NEC please check train status before leaving for station. Service temp suspended between Providence & Boston.— Amtrak(@Amtrak) April 19, 2013
Update 12:51 p.m.:
UPDATE: All #Amtrak service is suspended NY to Boston indefinitely. Trains are currently operating as scheduled DC - NY.— Amtrak(@Amtrak) April 19, 2013
According to the Associated Press: "Megabus canceled at least 22 buses between Boston and New York, New Haven, Conn., Hartford, Conn., Burlington, Vt. and Philadelphia. More than 1,000 passengers were affected, according to spokesman Mike Alvich. They received emails offering a refund or the option to rebook for free.
Bolt Bus, Greyhound and Peter Pan Bus Lines also suspended service. Passengers booked on canceled Bolt trips received refunds to their credit cards, according to Timothy Stokes, spokesman for Greyhound and Bolt Bus."
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