Calgary, AB,
06
February
2018
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23:00
America/Denver

Snow Route Parking Ban to be lifted tomorrow at 7 a.m.

Calgary - Roads is working on Day 2 of the 7 Day Snow Plan and is nearly complete Calgary roads affected by the snow route parking ban. As a result, the parking ban will be lifted at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, February 7.

The City would like to thank motorists for their cooperation in keeping Calgary’s roads safe this winter.

“These parking restrictions have helped us remove the snow from major traffic routes more effectively,” says Roads Maintenance Manager Bill Biensch. “Crews can now start snow operations on residential routes sooner. This benefits all Calgarians and helps make travel safer for everyone during the winter months,”

The ban will be lifted a full day earlier than previously anticipated as crews have made significant progress on clearing the snow from Priority 2 roads.

“This will allow people to park on snow routes tomorrow morning when they are dropping children off for school or parking for a day of work,” Biensch adds.

Please be aware that another parking ban may be issued in the event of significant snow accumulation across Calgary.

We encourage Calgarians to visit Calgary.ca/snow or follow us on Twitter @yyctransport for the most up-to-date information. 

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