PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- The RI Public Transit Authority is back up and running after this past weekend's blizzard, though many of the agency's routes are still having to be detoured.
Unplowed snow is making it difficult for buses and shuttles to travel safely in some locations.
The agency says it will restore full service on affected routes as conditions improve.
RIPTA suspended service over the weekend due to the massive amount of snowfall that hit the state.
Officials warn riders to expect continued delays on all routes.
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