BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts State Police are dealing with a variety of crashes related to the Blizzard of 2015 as roads remain in poor condition as of late Tuesday morning.Food & Wine Names Best Burgers In Every State: See The Top Picks For New England
As of 12:30 p.m., the following were the general road conditions around Massachusetts:
Western Mass: Roads: The travel ban has been lifted in Berkshire, Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties, Gov. Charlie Baker announced.
Northeastern Mass.: The ramp from Route 2 westbound to Interstate 495 North in Littleton is closed after a car became stuck on the ramp and was covered with blowing snow. A front end loader was called to the scene to clear the car.READ MORE: Gabby Thomas, Mass. Native And Harvard Grad, Sprints To 200 Meter Bronze In Tokyo Olympics
Central Mass.: Roadways are snow-covered, but no major incidents have taken place.
Southeastern Mass.: Route 44 East at Commerce Way is also closed due to snowdrifts. Minor crashes and spinouts have been reported.
Mass Pike: Hazardous material and propane transport restrictions remain on place. 40 mph speed limit remains in effect for entire Pike. Patrols continue to respond to skidding crashes, mainly in Weston and Tunnels areas. Traffic extremely light.
Logan Airport/Seaport: Logan Airport remains closed. Heavy snow means no flights at Worcester or Hanscom airports. Traffic is light at the Seaport and snow is heavy at Conley Terminal.MORE NEWS: Phoenix Police Say Foul Play Not Suspected In Death Of Hiker Angela Tramonte Of Saugus
Metro Boston: Quincy Shore Drive remains closed while Morrissey Boulevard is expected to remain closed through the next high tide. Patrols said winds are gusting and snow continues to fall at a high rate. Roadways are primarily snow covered while traffic volume is extremely light, police said.