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Travelers eye storm and await flights, trains, buses

Travel ground to a halt in New England Monday and was expected to do so for much of Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy lashed the Eastern Seaboard with driving rain and powerful winds, bringing travel by plane, train, bus, and boat to a standstill.

More than 90 percent of flights at Logan International Airport were canceled Monday, about 900 arrivals and departures, with more expected Tuesday, including all JetBlue Airways flights. Amtrak trains along the Northeast Corridor were idled through Tuesday, as were many of the buses leaving South Station.

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