- Associated Press - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Traveling by land, air and sea will remain difficult in Maine on Wednesday because of the snowstorm.

Bangor International Airport officials say it’s unclear when scheduled flights will be able to depart. A spokesman says the airport anticipates “some flights resuming late morning,” but that is subject to change. Portland International Jetport says ticket counters will reopen and service will resume with the first arrival Wednesday morning.

Maine State Ferry Service remains shut down and might not reopen on Wednesday.

A spokesman for the state Department of Transportation says residents have helped with road clearing by heeding advice to stay off roads, but much snow plowing remains. An Amtrak spokeswoman says the Downeaster train service between Brunswick and Boston will resume Wednesday.

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