The city of Regina is working away to keep the streets and sidewalks in good shape during this latest winter storm.
Over 25 centimetres of snow hammered the area since Saturday night, making driving and walking extremely difficult.
The manager of Winter Maintenance Chris Warren says road crews are out and about doing their job.
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“We’ve got 26 graders out, we got 11 or so graders in the big yellow machinery, they’re all in teams depending on the size of the street, plowing all different areas of the city,” he said. “We got all our plow trucks and all of our sanders out.”
Warren says at this time, they’ve been working away on the main routes, the main throughfares most often used and accessed by city traffic.
He said once they get through that, they’ll begin working on plowing the residential areas.
“We haven’t had the snow pack on residential roads so we haven’t had to deploy that yet,” he noted. “With that 25 centimetres plus of accumulation, that’s right on the policy.”