New Jersey's Department of Transportation is restricting commercial vehicles from several highways across the state starting early Sunday morning.

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NJDOT Restricting Commercial Vehicles From Highways Due To IceNew Jersey's Department of Transportation is restricting commercial vehicles from several highways across the state starting early Sunday morning.
Airports Face Cancelations, Schools Do Not In Wake Of Overnight Snow StormDepending on what you had to do Friday, the snow was either friend or foe. Airports faced cancelations while many school children hoping for a day off did not; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Winter Storm Traps Amtrak Riders Traveling To NYCTraffic is back to normal on Virginia's Interstate 95 after a winter storm had it at a standstill for nearly 30 hours, and an Amtrak train that was supposed to get to Penn Station on Monday evening still hasn't arrived; CBS2's Cory James reports.
COVID Continues To Impact Travel NationwideCOVID cases among airline pilots and crews continue to impact flights with more than 1,000 canceled nationwide Thursday.
Queen Mary 2 Cruise Ship Changes Plans Because Of COVIDCruise passengers on the Queen Mary 2 are spending extra days on Barbados because of a COVID outbreak onboard.
Flight Cancellations Continue As COVID Staffing Shortages Impact AirlinesHundreds of flights are grounded again Wednesday as airlines deal with staff shortages. 
Flight Delays, Cancellations Continue Amid COVID Staffing CrunchFlight cancellations continue nationwide Tuesday as the airline industry continues to deal with a spike in COVID infections. 
Mayor De Blasio Renews Congestion Pricing PushDe Blasio says congestion pricing will lead to a $15 billion investment in mass transit and a reduction in traffic.
Travelers At Newark Airport Express Frustration Over Flight Cancellations, DelaysCBS2's Kevin Rincon has the story.
Flight Cancellations Continue On Christmas DayTroubles for holiday travelers extended into Christmas Day. According to, more than 850 domestic flights were canceled Saturday. 
COVID Cancellations Snarl Travel Plans For Many Flying Home For ChristmasThe nationwide surge in COVID cases is causing flight delays and cancellations for holiday travelers. CBS2's John Dias reports.
COVID-19 Starting To Make Impact On Last-Minute Christmas Air TravelCBS2's Jessica Layton has the story from Newark Liberty International Airport.
Holiday Travel Rush Is On Amid Omicron SurgeThe Christmas travel rush is underway amid new concerns over the Omicron surge. Experts predict travel will be back to pre-pandemic levels or even greater. CBS2's John Dias reports from JFK Airport.
Delta Air Lines To CDC: Adjust Guidelines On Breakthrough COVID Quarantine TimeRight now, the Centers for Disease Control recommends anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 to isolate for 10 days. CBS2’s Cory James has more on how these guidelines are impacting the travel industry.
Omicron Spread Not Stopping Americans From Holiday TravelCBS2's Marci Gonzalez has the story.
Southwest Airlines CEO Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Questioning Efficacy Of Masks On Airplanes On Capitol HillTop executives of the country's four biggest airlines testified together this week on Capitol Hill, and now the CEO of Southwest, who questioned the efficacy of masks on airplanes, has tested positive for COVID-19; Kris Van Cleave reports for CBS2.
Which Are More Affordable -- Ride-Shares Or Yellow Cabs?When ride-shares hit the streets years ago, they promised more affordable, equitable trips, but now, as demand for rides is surging, CBS2's Kiran Dhillon checked in on the most cost effective ways to get around.
Experts Offer Tips For Traveling With Children Over HolidaysAs families get ready for the holidays, traveling with children can add to the stress. One pediatrician is offering advice for families with children; CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
New COVID Rules For Travelers Entering The U.S.All travelers entering the U.S. -- regardless of vaccination status or nationality -- must provide proof of a negative test within one calendar day of their departing flight. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
President Biden Expected To Update Travel Rules In Face Of VariantCBS2's John Dias hears from travelers at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Screening For Omicron Variant At Area AirportsDetection efforts were expanded Wednesday at four of the nation's busiest international airports, including two in our area.
AAA: 90% Of Thanksgiving Travelers Expected To Drive This YearNinety percent of Thanksgiving travelers are expected to hit the road this year, and traffic was going slow Wednesday; CBS2's Ali Bauman and Dan Rice reports.
Families Hitting The Roads For Long Awaited ReunionsMore than 50 million people are expected to travel this Thanksgiving -- 13% higher than last year. CBS2's Leah Mishkin spoke with people hitting the road Wednesday at the Alexander Hamilton rest area on the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus.
Holiday Travel Rush In Full SwingCBS2's John Dias has the latest on conditions along the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus.

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