Tracking snowplows in SLC
SALT LAKE CITY — Snow storms moving through northern Utah have made for messy morning roads. Salt Lake City residents can track the snow plows before heading out the door for their commute.
According to the city’s website, SLC has a fleet of 45 plows that are dispatched during winter storms. GPS technology allows residents to locate the plows in real-time on an online map.
Each snowplow has a name, sometimes given by neighborhood residents. Names include, Sled Zepplin, Rudy Snobert and Snowbi Wan-Kenobi.
To track the plows check out slc.gov.
Related reading: Getting to know the UDOT fleet of snowplows, and the work they do
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