City crews with Oklahoma City said 27 trucks will hit the streets and start salting the city's snow routes once snow begins to fall Wednesday morning. Crews will drive snow routes around the clock until the weather improves, city officials said. The wintry mix is expected to disrupt travel through Thursday.
According to a press release, city street crews do not plow or salt neighborhood roads or any street that is not on a designated snow route.
Crews said salt is in good supply, with approximately 6,300 tons in storage.
Crews can drive about 200 miles in one shift and shifts change at noon and midnight. Snow routes make up approximately 1,150 lane miles of the City's 8,000 total lane miles.
City crews released the following safety tips: