Bradley airport cancels flights; Metro-North on reduced schedulePosted: Updated:
Bradley International Airport has canceled about 40 percent of its flights due to Wednesday's storm.
The airport urged passengers to contact their carrier for the status of their flights.
If you are traveling this afternoon/evening, please confirm the status of your flight with your airline. To receive automated flight updates, please tweet your flight number @BDLFlightInfo.— Bradley Intl Airport (@Bradley_Airport) March 21, 2018
Metro-North ran a reduced weekday schedule for most of Wednesday, but began running hourly trains after 8 p.m. The railroad said regular service would resume Thursday.
Metro-North is operating hourly service after 8 PM to ensure customer safety. Regular service is expected to return tomorrow. Please check back here or at https://t.co/yLcMHnMG0I for updates.— Metro-North Railroad (@MetroNorth) March 21, 2018
Metro-North asked people to travel only if necessary.
Amtrak operated with modified service throughout the Northeast region.