It’s expected to take the city two more days to clear all 264 miles (425 km) of sidewalks and walkways in Greater Sudbury, after a record 13-inch (33-cm) snowfall Tuesday.
“Unfortunately, we’ve filled in some of the sidewalks with our own plows,” said Tony Cecutti, the city’s general manager of infrastructure.
Cecutti said the city has a crew dedicated to sidewalks, and a fleet of 25 small plows — called sidewalk municipal tractors — used for the task.
City bus drivers have been instructed to find clear areas to drop off passengers when stops are blocked by snowbanks.
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