Travel ground to a halt in New England Monday and much of Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy lashed the eastern seaboard with driving rain and powerful winds, bringing planes, trains, buses, and boats to a standstill. More than 90 percent of the flights at Logan International Airport were canceled on Monday -- about 900 arrivals and departures -- with more expected Tuesday, including all JetBlue Airways flights. Amtrak trains were grounded along the Northeast Corridor through Tuesday, as were many of the buses leaving South Station.
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