Planes flying again at Newark Airport after weekend storm

Air travel has resumed at Newark Liberty International Airport Monday after hundreds of flights were called off Sunday.

Crews worked overnight to clear off runways and de-ice planes. Travelers in New Jersey should expect delays at the airport and should call ahead to check on the status of an arriving or departing flight.

Meanwhile, the NJ Transit says most of its services are running on or close to schedule. The NJ Transit is also cross-honoring all bus and train tickets.

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