Tropical Storm Henri impacts travel in state and region

Half of the flights to Bradley are canceled.

HARTFORD, Connecticut –


Prohibition on traveling by semi-trailer

Governor Ned Lamont has issued a travel ban on all empty semi-trailers, tandem trailers and motorcycles on Interstate 95 beginning at 11:00 a.m. Sunday, and will remain in effect until further notice. Limited exemptions apply to fuel delivery vehicles. Utility company restoration vehicles are permitted to operate on Merritt Parkway and Wilbur Cross Parkway to help restore electricity after the storm.

TOLLAND – Babcock Rd will be closed due to trees and cables crossing the road.


Bradley International Airport is open and monitors weather conditions. Airlines have canceled about half of the flights arriving and departing on Sunday are canceled. Passengers scheduled to travel are advised to contact their airline to confirm the latest flight information before heading to the airport.

New Haven Airport – A departing flight has been canceled

JFK Airport is open, but flights may be canceled or delayed

LaGuardia The weather conditions caused disruptions to flights from LGA airport. Check with your airline for the status of your flight.

Newark is open, but flights may be canceled or delayed

Stewart is open, but flights may be canceled or delayed

The trains

Amtrak Service between New York and Boston is canceled

All Northeast Corridor services, including the Regional Northeast and Acela, are canceled Sunday, August 22 between New York and Boston due to severe weather impacts.

The Lake Shore Limited service will continue to operate between Chicago and Albany (canceled between Boston and Albany) and the Vermonter (canceled between New York and Saint Albans) will continue to operate between Washington, DC and New York.

Amtrak also suspends rail service on the Springfield line between New Haven and Springfield

Amtrak service between Washington, DC and New York is not affected.

Metro-North railway suspends service on the Wassaic branch of the Harlem line and on the entire New Haven line, including the New Canaan, Danbury and Waterbury branches. The service will operate every two hours on the Hudson and Harlem lines, and there will be no buses on the Waterbury branch.

For more information on modifications to specific trains, please click on this link.

Ferry service

All Cross Sound Ferry Service Sunday departures were canceled due to weather.

Ferries crossing the Connecticut River have been closed due to the storm

The buses

Due to Hurricane Henri, Doggy style and Peter Pan suspended all services all day today, Sunday 08/22 until 08/23 at 12 a.m.


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