TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- Atlantic City casinos have permission to open, but it's not clear when they'll be able to.
Gov. Chris Christie announced Friday that the roads to Atlantic City are reopening and that the city's casinos have permission to restart operations.
The 12 casinos have been closed since Superstorm Sandy was bearing down on the state last weekend.
Tropicana Casino and Resort President Tony Rodio, who also heads a casino industry group, says the casinos are working on the logistics of opening.
He says it's not clear yet when gamblers will be allowed inside.