Mass. travel returning to normal after storm
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) -- Transportation is slowly returning to normal in Massachusetts in the aftermath of the storm that disrupted public transit and commercial air travel.
Boston's Logan International is expected to resume normal operations by midday, but there will be continued flight disruptions resulting from problems caused elsewhere by Sandy.
State Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey also said Tuesday that the MBTA had resumed full service with the exception of the D Branch of the Green Line, where buses were replacing trolleys. The T had also been able to restore commuter rail service to Providence on tracks it shares with Amtrak.
The T suspended service Monday afternoon during the height of the storm.
Ferries to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard had also resumed on Tuesday.
Amtrak passenger service on the Northeast Corridor remains suspended.