Tractor trailers, buses banned from NY highways during winter storm

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is banning tractor trailers and buses from several upstate highways due to snow and frigid temperatures expected across the state.

Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, tractor trailers and commercial buses will be banned from the New York State Thruway from Exit 46 (Rochester I-390) to the Pennsylvania border as well as Interstate 190, Interstate 290, State Route 400, U.S. Route 219 from Peters Road to Interstate 90; and State Route 5 from State Route 179 to I-190.

Beginning at noon Wednesday, tractor trailers and commercial buses will be banned on Interstate 81 from the Canadian Border to State Route 104.

The governor’s office says the bans will last for the duration of the storm.

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