All speed reductions have been lifted and certain restrictions on commericial vehicles have been lifted on Interstate 80 in Mercer and Venango counties.
As of 8:00 p.m. the full commercial ban (including buses) was removed from the following roadways:
A full commercial ban (including buses) remains in effect on the following roadways:
A prohibition on only empty, straight CDL-weighted trucks; all Large Combination Vehicles (double trailers); tractors hauling empty trailers; any trailers pulled by motorcycles, passenger vehicles, pickup trucks or SUVs; all motorcycles; and all recreational vehicles and RVs remains on the following roadways:
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation says speeds were reduced to 45 mph on Interstate 80 in from Exit 19B (Interstate 79) in Mercer County to the New Jersey state line.
There was also a full commercial vehicle ban (including buses) in place on the same portion of Interstate 80. Included in the ban were:
Drivers will see similar restrictions on other interstates throughout Pennsylvania today.
PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike are both implementing phased restrictions through the storm.