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Nor'easter impacting bus, plane, train service

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The approaching Nor'easter will have an impact not only those traveling by car, but those using mass transportation.

Bradley International Airport said on Twitter that the airport remains open and snow removal operations are underway. 

As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, the airport reported that approximately 65 percent of the arriving and departing flights today have been canceled.

Those traveling on Tuesday are encouraged to check with your airline before you head to the airport for schedule changes and possible rebooking options.

On the rails, Amtrak has announced that they will be suspending service between Boston and New York's Penn Station until at least 11 a.m. Tuesday.  

"We will resume service when weather conditions allow us to safely do so," Amtrak added.

Those Amtrak services impacted by the service suspension can be found here.

Springfield-based Peter Pan Bus Lines has announced that because of the forecast, they have canceled a number of routes for Tuesday.

You can stay up-to-date on Peter Pan's scheduled changes by clicking here.

The PVTA announced Tuesday morning that all non-essential van trips have been canceled.  However, buses continue to run on a regular schedule.

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