SAINT JOHN, N.B.- City snow clearing operations continue today following two major storms in less than a week.
The Saint John Airport reported a record 25.3 centimetres on Sunday.
Tim O’Reilly, Manager of Traffic and Pedestrian Services, says crews have been working around the clock to keep roadways as clear as possible. “It was certainly a challenge for us with two back to back storms that were pretty big”, says O’Reilly. “Our crews did a great job of getting the last storm cleaned up and getting our equipment back up in operating state and ready for this storm”.
O’Reilly says there are no current plans for an overnight snow ban in the south/central peninsula tonight.
He says residents can help by keeping their vehicles off the streets as much as possible and don’t throw snow back onto the road and sidewalks from private property.