Canaiden Storm Headquarters Published: Oct 30, 2012 - 8:47:08 AM


Malloy lifts travel ban effective immediately

By Governor Dannel P. Malloy's office


Font size: Small Big
Email this article
 Printer friendly page
Share this article:
facebook del.icio.us Yahoo! MyWeb Digg reddit Furl Blinklist Spurl
Buy the "As seen on" mug
HARTFORD, CT - Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday morning announced that he has lifted the travel bans that he ordered in the state yesterday, effective immediately.

On Monday, facing severe weather from Hurricane Sandy, Governor Malloy had ordered a truck ban, followed by the closure of the state’s limited access highways to non-emergency vehicles.

“Use your heads when it comes to driving. If a road appears impassable because of water, downed wires, fallen trees or other debris, do not attempt to drive through it,” Governor Malloy said.

The Governor will have additional updated information at his 8:30 a.m. news briefing from the State Emergency Operations Center on Tuesday morning.




© Copyright by ShorelinePlus.com. Some articles and pictures posted on our website, as indicated by their bylines, were submitted as press releases and do not necessarily reflect the position and opinion of ShorelinePlus.com, Canaiden LLC or any of its associated entities. Articles may have been edited for brevity and grammar.





CURRENT HEADLINES:
BirdCallsRadio Reboots
Murtha Cullina LLP Attorney Kelly A. Trahan Receives “40 under 40” Award From Fairfield County Business Journal
STAR Client Nicky Dubiago Celebrates 20 Years with CVS
First County Bank is the Presenting Sponsor of the 2016 Norwalk Summer Concert Series
CBRE Arranges $87.5 Million Sale of Highgrove Apartments in Stamford

Top of Page






ShorelinePlus.com is part of the Canaiden Online Media Network!

Stamford Plus Online | Norwalk Plus Online | ShorelinePlus.com | ConnecticutPlus.com | Canaiden.com
Best of Norwalk | Best of Stamford | Hauterfly Magazine | SummerCampPlus.com | WeatherinCT.com

Copyright ©2005-2010 Canaiden, LLC All Rights Reserved.