BOSTON (AP) - The MBTA says train and bus service will be suspended for another day as crews try to clear the snow that piled up in Massachusetts overnight. A ban on driving that started Friday night for all non-emergency vehicles remains in effect and officials aren't sure when it will be lifted.
Snow is continuing to fall and utilities report 400,000 customers are without power. One report showed 21.8 inches of snow at Logan International Airport, where operations had to shut down overnight because of whiteout conditions. Flights may resume later Saturday but travelers should contact their airlines to check.
MBTA trains stopped running at 3:30 p.m. Friday and all drivers were ordered off the road by 4 p.m.