NEW JERSEY (WABC) — Vehicle restrictions that were put in place on New Jersey roads ahead of expected freezing rain Sunday morning have been lifted.

The New Jersey Department of Transportation lifted the commercial vehicle travel restriction at 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

Officials had urged motorists to avoid unnecessary travel.

The restrictions included the following highways in both directions:

I-78, entire length from the Pennsylvania border to I-95 (New Jersey Turnpike)

I-80, entire length from the Pennsylvania border to I-95 (New Jersey Turnpike)

I-280, entire length from I-80 to I-95 (New Jersey Turnpike)

I-287, entire length from NJ Route 440 to the New York State border

NJ Route 440, from the Outerbridge Crossing to I-287

The commercial vehicle travel restriction applies to:

All tractor-trailers (exceptions as listed in the Administrative Order)

Empty straight CDL-weighted trucks

Passenger vehicles pulling trailers

Recreational vehicles

This restriction DID NOT apply to:

The New Jersey Turnpike

The Garden State Parkway

The Atlantic City Expressway

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