Maintenance forces of the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) are beginning to wind down operations as the effects of the Nor’easter diminish from south to north. As anticipated, most of the snow fell in southern and central Vermont. Crews came on as the snow worked its way north and all 250 front line vehicles were deployed at various times throughout the day. No major incidents were reported beyond brief delays related to a stranded tractor trailer on VT 9 in Searsburg.
VTrans crews will continue to work through the evening commute with night patrols maintaining roads overnight before a full deployment for the morning commute. Motorists should expect to see the tow plow working on I-89 between Richmond and Berlin until about 9PM tonight.
Vermont Translines intercity bus service to Albany is expected to resume tomorrow. Riders should confirm at www.vttranslines.com
Greyhound Intercity service to New York City and Boston currently suspended but may be reinstated later this evening . For more information visit www.greyhound.com
Amtrak service to New York City on the Ethan Allen Express and Vermonter will resume tomorrow. Check the Amtrak website for updates at: http://www.amtrak.com/service-alerts-and-notices
There are no reported service interruptions for any local public transit services within Vermont at this time. A complete listing of providers can be found at: http://publictransit.vermont.gov/providers and it is recommended that riders check with providers before heading out.
The Transportation Operations Center will be staffed throughout the storm. For the latest updates on road conditions, visit 511vt.com or dial 511.