UPDATE: Sunday at 5:45 pm
New York State Police said the travel ban for buses and tractor-trailers has been lifted statewide.
ORIGINAL: Friday at 9pm
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has issued a ban on tractor trailers and buses on New York State’s Thruways and most interstate highways in advance of winter storms this weekend.
The ban will be in effect starting at 3 p.m. Saturday and will be in effect for the duration of the storm.
The exception is the I-95 in Westchester and Bronx counties.
Tractor trailers and buses will be banned from the following highways during the storm.
- I-88 from Binghamton to Albany
- I-86/Rt 17 from PA border to I-87 (entire length)
- I-81 from PA Border to Canadian Border
- I-84 from PA Border to CT Border
- I-684 from I-287 to I-84
- I-87 from Albany to Canadian Border
- I-390 from I-86 to I-90
- I-99 from PA Border to I-86
- I-90 from Thruway Exit 24 to Berkshire Spur Exit B2 (through Cap Dist)
- Rt 219 from Peters Rd to I-90 (expressway section)
- I-190 – full length (both Thruway and DOT sections)
- I-290 – full length
- Rt 5 Skyway – I-190 to NY179 (Milestrip Rd)
- Rt 400 – NY16 to I-90
- I-390, I-490, I-590 around Rochester
- Alternate Route 7 in Albany County
- I-90 from PA line to Albany (Int. 24)
- I-87 from Albany (Int. 24) to NYC line
- I-287 (from Suffern to I-95)
- Berkshire Spur from the Thruway Mainline to the Mass line