Hurricane Sandy is wreaking havoc on mass transportation on the roads and in the air.
LANTA says it is suspending service for Monday.
LANTA bus routes will not operate and all LANTA van service is cancelled except trips to any dialysis centers that are open and trips already scheduled for major medical purposes.
LANTA will make an announcement by 3 p.m. on Monday regarding service on Tuesday.
BARTA says its regular schedule will remain in effect for now but delays are expected.
Amtrak, SEPTA and New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority have all suspended service.
Bieber Tourways has suspended all service for Monday to and from NYC, to and from Philadelphia and Harrisburg to Reading.
All office and ticket agencies are also closed Monday.
Trans-Bridge Line have also suspended all service to and from NYC, Newark, JFK Airports, Wall Street, Jersey except for the following:
Special emergency transportation service will be available as outlined below:
----Eastbound, run #133, departing Allentown at 7:15 a.m.
----Westbound, run #92, departing New York City PABT at 10 a.m.
----Eastbound, run #135, departing Allentown at 8:30 a.m.
----Westbound, run #96, departing New York City PABT at 12 p.m.
----Eastbound, run #17, departing Doylestown at 8:45 a.m.
----Westbound, run #6, departing New York City PABT at 1 p.m.
Local transit service between Easton and Phillipsburg provided by Delaware River Coach Lines and New Jersey Transit will be suspended at 3 p.m. Monday.
Travelers at airports may not be going anywhere any time soon. Most flights in and out of LVIA Monday have already been canceled, but the airport says all cancelations are on a case-by-case basis and service has not been completely suspended yet.
Meanwhile, Philadelphia International Airport says all flight operations there have been suspended for Monday.
Major carriers such as American Airlines, United and Delta canceled all flights into and out of three area airports in New York, the nation's busiest airspace.
According to the flight-tracking service FlightAware, nearly 10,000 flights have been canceled for Monday and Tuesday, almost all related to the storm.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have announced plans to close the Holland Tunnel at 2 p.m. Monday. Travelers are urged to find an alternate crossing starting around noon as workers begin the shutdown. The tunnel will remain closed until further notice.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel will also be closed at 2 p.m. Monday. The Lincoln Tunnel will remain open.
As of 10 a.m. Monday, PennDOT and the Pa. Turnpike Commission will termporarily reduce the speed limit to 45 mph and restrict certain types of vehicles on some southeast Pa. roadways.