PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The inclement weather and icy conditions Monday have caused several travel issues on roads, at the airport and on mass transit lines.

Icy roads can make for a difficult commute, and while the majors have been treated, a lot of side roads, sidewalks and parking lots are completely frozen over Monday morning.

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Check the current traffic and transit issues on CBSPhilly.com, and listen to traffic reports anytime on KYW Newsradio 1060.

 

There are a number of cancellations and delays at Philadelphia International Airport.

A ground stop was put into effect due to de-icing efforts Monday morning — that ground stop was lifted at 8:30am.

Flight information can be obtained directly from the airline, by calling the Airport’s toll-free flight information line, 1-800-PHL-GATE, or visit phl.org for updated airport information. To stay updated on Airport operations, follow PHL on Twitter @PHLAirport.

 

Following is a list of known SEPTA mass transit issues. For up-to-the-minute travel information, check the system status page on septa.org.

CCT: SEPTA’s CCT service is operating with delays of up to 90 minutes due to icy conditions.

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Bus Service: SEPTA Bus Routes 7, 35, 48, 75, 103, 114, 115, 130, L, H and XH are being detoured due to icy road conditions.

All SEPTA Bus routes may experience delays due to current weather conditions.

Regional Rail, Norristown High Speed Line & Subway: Service is operating on or close to schedule.

The Market/Frankford Line is operating with delays of up to 10 minutes due to equipment problems. There’s also no A-B skip/stop service today — trains will stop at all stations.

SEPTA has deployed additional crews and equipment to help clear ice from passenger walkways, station platforms, tracks, and overhead wires.

 

The Delaware River Port Authority reports speed restrictions of 25 MPH on the Ben Franklin, Walt Whitman, Commodore Barry, and Betsy Ross Bridges.

 

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New Jersey Transit is cross-honoring rail, bus, and light rail passes system wide today due to the weather conditions. Check njtransit.com for updated travel information.