PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Ahead of Thursday’s winter storm, public transit and travel services are suspending service or running on modified schedules.
Nearly all flights from T.F. Green after 7 a.m. have been canceled or delayed.
Check the WPRI.com Flight Tracker to see if a flight has been affected.
The MBTA announced Wednesday that service would be affected throughout the day Thursday.
The Red, Blue, Orange, and Green Lines are all expected to run on regular schedules, with delays possible.
The commuter rail will offer a reduced schedule, which can be found on its website. Stephanie Pollack, Massachusetts’ transportation secretary, estimated ridership was less than half its usual level on Thursday morning.
No MBTA ferries will be in service Thursday.
Amtrak Northeast is also running on a modified schedule.
Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains between New York and Boston will be run less frequently throughout the day. Full details on the changes can be found on Amtrak’s website.
RIPTA has suspended service for the remainder of Thursday.
Due to continued frigid temperatures, Kennedy Plaza’s Intermodal Transportation Center has extended its hours of operation to give riders a place to stay warm. Instead of closing at the usual 7 p.m., the terminal will remain open until 10 p.m. Ticket window hours are not extended.
The Block Island Ferry has suspended all service Thursday and the ticket office is closed.