ACOG recently completed updating the 2014 – 2015 Regional Snow Routes map to provide a useful tool for navigating Central Oklahoma roadways when they are covered in snow. First developed in 2007, the Regional Snow Routes system assists in the coordination of ice and snow removal to increase safety for all citizens and travelers throughout the region, including emergency vehicles, school buses, public transportation and commercial vehicle traffic.
More than 30 local governments reviewed the map to determine priority snow and ice removal routes within their respective jurisdictions. The Regional Snow Routes ensure a coordinated system among multiple cities and counties so traffic flow is maintained and snow plows have unimpeded access to roadways.
If you have concerns, comments or questions about the designated snow routes in your area, please contact your local planning or public works office. For more information about the Regional Snow Routes map, you can read the Regional Snow and Ice Management Memorandum of Understanding for the OCARTS Area or contact Darla Hugaboom.
The Regional Snow Routes map is made available to the public via ACOG’s website and municipal websites.