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Travel to NYC suffers as rails, roads, runways wrecked

Getting from Boston to New York was nearly impossible on Tuesday, with no planes, trains, or buses running to New York due to extensive damage there from Hurricane Sandy. Bridges were closed, LaGuardia Airport was inundated, and tunnels were flooded, not to mention the city’s submerged subways and streets.

With airports in New York and Newark still closed on Tuesday, the hourly Delta Air Lines and US Airways shuttles from Logan International Airport were canceled, and they will not be flying Wednesday either. JetBlue Airways, Boston’s largest carrier, which is based in New York, was scheduled to resume a few flights out of Logan Tuesday night but will not be fully operational out of Boston until Wednesday.

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