Triad transit and North Carolina airports disrupted as snow causes ‘deteriorating conditions’


GREENSBORO, NC (WGHP) – Greensboro Transit Authority has announced it will end service at 10 a.m.

A social media post cited deteriorating road conditions.

Snowfall increased at 8 a.m. and has now changed to freezing rain and ice pellets in parts of Greensboro.

This photo of Josephine Boyd Street looking north in Greensboro, near the intersection with Benjamin Parkway, shows how the roads deteriorated Sunday morning. (Stephanie Doyle)

The Winston-Salem Transit Authority apparently continues to operate.

A note to directs the public to social media pages and a phone number to verify the service. The Facebook page included this same note and a call to this number provided no new information.

The memo suggests travelers have alternate plans as routes could be halted immediately.

Davidson County Transportation does not have Sunday routes.

from Greensboro Piedmont Triad International Airport and Raleigh-Durham International Airport note some canceled and postponed flights due to weather and urge travelers to check flight status in advance.

As of 10:30 a.m., PTI showed about a dozen arrivals and departures canceled for the rest of the day.

Danville Regional Airport closed at 8:40 a.m. Airport officials said in a statement that snow made the runway unsafe for braking.

Officials said snow and ice removal operations will continue as the buildup requires. Conditions will be monitored for reopening.


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