Below is a list of closures, cancellations and delays. Scroll down for businesses and organizations and earlier closures.


ROADS:

Tuesday morning, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is dealing with about 160 closed roads in south central Pennsylvania as the result of Hurricane Sandy. Most of these roads are closed due to flooding. Downed trees and utilities are also major causes of these closures.

York County has 58 state roads closed, and Lancaster County has 40. There are also road closures in Lebanon County (15), Dauphin County (13), Adams County (12), Franklin County (9), Perry County (7) and Cumberland County (5), PennDOT said.

As of Tuesday morning, PennDOT said speed limits have been restored on highways in southcentral Pennsylvania, including the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Interstate 83 and I-95.

Vehicle restrictions -- which had included keeping commercial vehicles and motorcycles off the interstates -- have been lifted, according to PennDOT.

Officials have reopened the Route 30 "express lane" on Wrights Ferry bridge over the Susquehanna River between York and Lancaster counties, PennDOT said. PennDOT reminds motorists they can log on to www.511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions on major highways before heading out.

For more information and other roadways that are affected, check www.511PA.com.

The Route 74 (Carlisle Road) bridge at the border of Dover Township and West Manchester Township remains closed until PennDOT can inspect if for damage, according to Northern Regional Police. There's no detour in place, so drivers should use Roosevelt Avenue or South Salem Church Road.

Motorists are advised not to drive through moving water on the roadway. Motorists are also warned not to drive around barriers advising them of road closures. PennDOT crews will continue to address those roads closed by downed trees. Utility crews will deal with those closures involving downed utility lines. As the water recedes, those roads currently closed due to flooding will be reopened as conditions permit.

PennDOT has asked residents to help it locate damage by reporting locations where there are missing highway signs, shoulder drop-offs, wash outs, and other potential hazards by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD.

Callers are asked to be as specific as possible when identifying the locations of road maintenance problems. Callers are encouraged to: Report the county and municipality where the problem is located; Report the state route number where the problem is located - state route numbers can be found on the small white-and-black signs posted along state roads; Describe the familiar landmarks nearby in order to help PennDOT crews locate the problem.

Please note that 1-800-FIX-ROAD is not suitable for reporting traffic accidents, disabled vehicles, or other emergencies. People should call the state police or local police or 911 for emergencies.

* In New Salem, Main Street is closed at the intersection with West College Avenue, and a portion of West College is closed just east of Main Street. Also, Indian Rock Dam Road is closed at Smyser Road.


SCHOOLS:

Officials in the following school districts have announced that school is cancelled for Tuesday: Dallastown Area, Central York, Dover Area, Hanover, Northeastern, Northern York, Red Lion, South Eastern, Southern York, Spring Grove, West Shore, West York, York County School of Technology, York Suburban.

All HACC campuses, including York, are closed Tuesday.

York College classes are cancelled Tuesday, and the campus is closed.

The Penn State York campus is closed Tuesday.

GOVERNMENT:

York County offices remained closed Tuesday.

Rabbit Transit is suspending all transportation services at 6 p.m. Monday, including all fixed route, Freedom Transit, and paratransit in York, Adams and Northumberland counties.

The public transportation service is also cancelling Rabbit Express service Tuesday for trips from York to Harrisburg, York to Maryland, and Gettysburg to Harrisburg. Paratransit shared-ride service will be limited Tuesday.

The fixed-route service and Freedom Transit is expected to operate as normal Tuesday, but riders should monitor www.rabbittransit.org for updates.

The Lebanon VA Medical Center announces that its Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC's) serving Veterans in Camp Hill, Lancaster, Reading, York, Pottsville and Frackville will be closed Tuesday, Oct. 30. The Lebanon VA Medical Center in Lebanon remains open offering full services. If a veteran experiences a medical emergency, he or she should call 911. Veterans needing non-emergency care, may come to the Lebanon VA Medical Center for care.. In order to cancel or reschedule an appointment please call, 717-272-6621 x 5105. We appreciate your understanding, patience and cooperation. For further details, please visit the Lebanon VA Medical Center at http://www.lebanon.va.gov/

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board authorized all state liquor stores to close at 3 p.m. Monday. The PLCB will continue to monitor the changing weather conditions to determine if the stores will remain closed or reopen on Tuesday, according to spokeswoman Stacy Kriedeman.

Penn Waste is planning to run all routes in York City on a 2-hour delay Tuesday, Oct. 30. For missed Monday trash, yard waste and recycling, the company will accept double the normal volume on the next regularly scheduled collection day, the city announced. Residents are also encouraged to remove accumulated leaves periodically from storm drains so water can flow freely.

Due to safety concerns associated with Hurricane Sandy, PennDOT is closing all Driver and Photo-License Centers, including the Riverfront Office Center in Harrisburg, on Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Customers may still obtain a variety of driver and vehicle products and services online through PennDOT's Driver and Vehicle Services website, www.dmv.state.pa.us.


BUSINESSES and ORGANIZATIONS

The York County SPCA was closed Tuesday for a power outage.

There will be no secnd-shift production for employees of Harley-Davidson's Springettsbury Township plant Monday. In addition, second- and third-shift maintenance is now cancelled. First shift production for Tuesday, Oct. 30 is cancelled.

The Democratic Party of York County has postponed its Election Protection Training scheduled for Monday. The training has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. Please RSVP to info@yorkdems.org or 812-1200 for either event.The DPOYC office will be closed until further notice due to the storm. Residents are asked to temporarily remove all political yard signs as they could become projectiles in this severe weather. Once the storms have passed, the signs can be placed back in the yard.

Family First Health will close its York, Hanover, Lewisberry and Gettysburg offices Monday at 3 p.m.

BAE Systems York has canceled its second-shift operations Monday. Only "essential maintenance and security personnel" should report to work, according to a news release. BAE employees in York can get updates by calling (717) 225-8399.

Central Market in York City will be closed Tuesday, according to a news release.