Use Caution When Navigating Around Windrows

By Kendall Robertson
February 13, 2018 - 4:17pm Updated: February 13, 2018 - 5:33pm

PRINCE GEORGE- Prince George has 670 kilometres of roads within city limits, so it's going to take some time before all are cleared of snow and ice. Crews have been working around the clock for nearly two weeks. They have moved on to priority three routes and windrows. The large snow piles are affecting visibility on some routes and RCMP are urging caution on the roads. 

"You need to drive more cautiously and be aware of people turning left across your lane of traffic that maybe don't see you, so keeping your speed down is very important," said Cpl. Craig Douglass. RCMP also remind pedestrians to be careful when crossing. "You cannot assume that a driver sees you, you need to everything you can to be visible."


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