After two-days of snow-related disruptions, travel in the Philadelphia area is returning to normal.

Highways. Major thoroughfares are clear, but lingering ice patches could cause some problems. Also, high winds might result in speed restrictions on some highways and bridges.

Airport. Most flights into and out of Philadelphia International Airport are on, or close, to schedule. Some flights, however, have been canceled because of lingering effects of the snowstorm in other parts of the country. Check www.phl.org for the latest information.

SEPTA. Regional Rail trains are running, but there could be delays of up to 30 minutes. Most buses are running, but service on Route 35 has been suspended and there are route adjustments for the 7, 48, 14, 62 and 105 buses. More information and updates can be found at http://www.septa.org/service/winter/alerts.html.

PATCO: Service is normal. Check www.ridepatco.org for updates.

NJ Transit. Bus service was restored statewide this morning, but riders should expect delays based on local road conditions. Rail service is operating on an enhanced weekend schedule except for Atlantic City Line trains, which are following a regular weekday schedule. Check www.njtransit.com for updates.

Amtrak. Limited service between Boston and Washington. The following trains between Washington and New York have been canceled: Train 110, Train 180, Train 151 and Train 181. Service between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg has been disrupted by a derailed freight train. Check www.amtrak.com for the latest information.