TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Travel remains hazardous in parts of New Jersey, one day after a major snowstorm socked the region.

But most major highways had been cleared by early Sunday, including the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. But reduced speed limits were in place on most of those roadways, and drivers were being urged to use extra caution.

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Slick and icy conditions existed on many local roadways, especially side streets, as road crews continued their efforts to remove snow and ice.

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Residents were still being urged Sunday to avoid travel if possible.

But officials say roads should be in good shape for the Monday morning commute.

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