New Jersey begins to dig out, state avoids heaviest snow from winter storm

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TRENTON, New Jersey — Gov. Chris Christie is easing travel restrictions as New Jersey begins digging out from a winter storm that fell short of snowfall in the double digits.

Christie on Tuesday listed the ban on travel south of Interstate 195, which cuts across the middle part of the state. The ban remains in effect north of the highway.

The restrictions were put in place to aid plowing.

Service remains suspended for New Jersey Transit and PATH.

Travelers at Newark Liberty International Airport are awaiting word on when flights will resume. Airlines canceled hundreds on Monday as the storm blew into the region.

Little more than a dozen power outages are reported statewide.

Hundreds of schools are closed.

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