PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The snow is causing problems on roads around the Pittsburgh area.

PennDOT has reduced speed limits on all interstates in Allegheny, Beaver and Lawrence counties.

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The Port Authority ended bus service at 10 p.m. Monday, but the trolleys will still run on a “slight” delay.

The Mon Incline is also temporarily closed.

The Parkway North outbound ramp to McKnight Road is back open after multiple crashes; however, dozens of cars have been abandoned along both sides of the highway.

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In Indiana County, State police say Routes 22, 422 and 286 are at a standstill and Route 119 north of Indiana is closed.

Meantime, in western Pennsylvania, the Turnpike Commission has reduced the speed limit to 45mph.

The new speed limit is in effect in both directions for the 91 miles between the Ohio state line and Donegal exit.

Officials say crews are out clearing the snow and salting the road for drivers.

To check traffic advisories, call 866-976-8747. Find road conditions on the turnpike by visiting PATurnpike.com.

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