Kansas City Metro snow removal crews continue clearing roads after record snowfall


Crews on both sides of the state line were busy all day Friday, hitting the road to clear the remnants of Thursday’s record snowfall. Plow drivers in Kansas City, Missouri and Overland Park, Kansas worked 12-hour shifts. They talked about the challenges they faced clearing the roads. After a short break during a 12-hour shift, Diana Mahaney is back in the driver’s seat. “You always want to keep your plows ready if you have to drop them,” she said. This is her 18th year driving a plow for the city. ‘Overland Park, but she’s out of place to plow when it snows. Thursday’s snowfall kept her busy for two days. “Yesterday it was snowing harder than we could handle, so what lane would you do, you turn around to do the other side and it would already be covered,” she said. “and you’re like, ‘Oh, shoot, I guess I’ll be back to do that.'” metro teams spent the day revisiting main roads and secondary streets. Traffic can make it difficult. ‘Sometimes you’ll be driving and a car will come, you’ll have cars from all directions and nobody moving, so you’re kind of stuck there,’ Mahaney said. had several cases of cars spinning or crashing, and so our plows have to, you know, get around that,” said Maggie Green, media relations manager in Kansas City, Missouri. “The biggest challenges were the traffic,” said Angela Woodyard, a plow driver in Kansas City, Missouri. “A lot of people were on the streets, so it’s complicated for me to do my job.” Woodyard usually works for the Kansas Solid Waste Department City, but it’s part of the city’s effort to move workers from other departments to get more plows on the roads.A team of more than 300 people in Kansas City, Mo., worked tirelessly to attack to the snow record. “We’re really proud of the hard work we’ve put into the snow program. I think the residents are noticing a difference as well. We’re seeing a lot of positive feedback,” Green said. “We are very grateful for them and for the hard work they have put in over the past few days.”

Crews on both sides of the state line were busy all day Friday, hitting the road to clear the remnants of Thursday’s record snowfall.

Plow drivers in Kansas City, Missouri and Overland Park, Kansas worked 12-hour shifts. They talked about the challenges they faced in getting the roads cleared.

After a short break from a 12-hour shift, Diana Mahaney is back in the driver’s seat.

“You always want to keep your plows ready if you have to drop them,” she said.

This is his 18th year driving a plow for the city. She usually works for the Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, but is moved to plow when it snows. Thursday’s snowfall kept her busy for two days.

“Yesterday it was snowing harder than we could go, so which way you would go, you would turn around on the other side and it would already be overcast,” she said, “and you’re like, ‘ Oh, shoot, I guess I’ll be back to do it. “”

On Friday, metro crews spent the day revisiting main roads and side streets.

Traffic can complicate the task.

“Sometimes you’ll be driving and a car will come, you’ll have cars from all directions and nobody moving, so you’re kind of stuck there,” Mahaney said.

“There have been several instances of cars spinning or crashing, and so our plows have to, you know, work around that,” said Maggie Green, media relations manager in Kansas City, Missouri.

“The biggest challenges were traffic,” said Kansas City, Missouri, plow driver Angela Woodyard. “A lot of people were on the street, so it’s complicated for me to do my job.”

Woodyard usually works for the Kansas City Solid Waste Department, but she’s part of the city’s effort to move workers from other departments to get more plows on the roads.

A team of more than 300 people in Kansas City, Missouri, is working around the clock to tackle the snow record.

“We’re really proud of the hard work we’ve put into the snow program. I think residents are noticing a difference as well, we’re seeing a lot of positive feedback,” Green said. “We are very grateful for them and for the hard work they have put in over the past few days.”

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