By Associated Press - Monday, February 15, 2016

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (AP) - Speed limits have been reduced to 45 mph on some sections of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in southeast and south-central Pennsylvania as well as on some other roads and highways due to the winter storm.

Officials said the reduced speed limit was extended to the section of Interstate 76 from the Blue Mountain/Kittatinny Mountain tunnels to the Lebanon/Lancaster Interchange.

The reduced speed limit remains in effect from the Lebanon-Lancaster Interchange to the Delaware River Bridge on I-76/I-276 and from the Mid-County Interchange to the Lehigh Valley Interchange on I-476/Northeastern Extension.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation also reduced speed limits to 45 mph on several expressways in east-central Pennsylvania, including Interstates 78, 80, 81, 176 and 380, as well as U.S. Routes 22, 209, 222, 422 and state routes 33 and 309.

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