Road closures continue to accumulate as
igh-standing water, downed power lines and darkened intersections dot the region. A Maryland law that took effect Oct. 1 requires motorists approaching a darkened intersection to treat it as a four-way stop.The speed limit for highways is still 45 mph.
reopened around 9 a.m. The Tydings Bridge, which carries Interstate 95 over the Susquehanna River, is open. The Key Bridge and the Hatem Bridge are open, with restrictions on tractor trailers and box trucks, the Maryland Transportation Administration reported.
State Highway Administration crews are working to clear several sections of snowbound Interstate 68 in Western Maryland.
In Baltimore, travel restrictions remain in effect on all roads. Nearly 100 trees have been reported on roadways and 17 lighted intersections are without power.
, City Dock is closed due to high water, with high tide more than an hour away.
All flights have been canceled at
are not running trains today.
In Annapolis, City Dock, Compromise Street and Memorial Circle are closed due to high water, according to the city’s police department.
has added to its lists of roads affected by the storm. Roads on the list are flooded or blocked by downed wires or trees. Travel is now restricted on the following roads: