While the skies were clearer for Wednesday morning’s commute than they were Tuesday evening, many roads still have varying levels of slush and snow, and motorists should remain careful.
You can track what roads have been plowed in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties through maps at the county governments’ websites. If your street still hasn’t felt the touch of a snow plow, you can report the problem.
In Montgomery County, missed streets should be reported via 311 or at montgomerycountymd.gov.
In Prince George’s, call CountyClick at 311, the Snow Information Center at 301-350-0500 or visit www.princegeorgescountymd.gov to report streets in need of attention.
According to WMATA.com, MetroAccess resumes service at noon Wednesday, while bus service is operating on snow emergency routes. Trains on the Red, Blue and Orange lines are experiencing delays due to a combination of weather-related equipment problems, a train malfunction at Farragut West and a power problem early Wednesday at the Glenmont Station.
— Jessica Loder
Recent blog posts
- SHA cameras show accident slowing traffic on Md. 495-- Mar 5
- Snow causes spate of traffic delays around the region-- Feb 26
- Collision on Interstate 95 ties up morning commute-- Feb 24
- Montgomery County working to fill potholes-- Feb 20
- Speed cameras, Takoma/Langley Transit Center and more-- Feb 19
- Crashed tractor-trailer closes lanes on the outer loop-- Feb 19
- Bipartisan speed camera bill gains support-- Feb 18
- Storms cause slick conditions for morning commute-- Feb 14
- Gansler proposes ICC discount-- Feb 10
- Repairs to close train crossing in Washington Grove-- Feb 7
- Which way to Rockville’s transit utopia?-- Feb 7