Chart of the Day – Snow Clearance

Today’s Charts of the Day are about snow and ice clearance (before Winter fades too far into memory).

Frequency of achieving bare lanes within targeted number of hours

Frequency of achieving bare lanes within targeted number of hours

Snow and Ice Control Results by Roadway Category 2012-13

Snow and Ice Control Results by Roadway Category 2012-13

These (and many upcoming Charts) are from MnDOT’s new (and most excellent) Annual Transportation Performance Report 2012

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2 Responses to Chart of the Day – Snow Clearance

  1. Jessica Schaum April 1, 2014 at 10:49 am #

    Yeah but I still couldn’t go 65 mph when I wanted to!
    🙂

    Teasing aside, very impressive. Now let’s get a chart with salt tonnages, fuel, and overtime to achieve. Costs taxpayers can grasp.

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