Stuck in their cars Monday morning, it was hard to get original.
MnDOT-based maps delivered very little good news. Major arteries into the city were at a standstill in some spots.
Some wondered why some snow was crippling their commute.
Many wanted a snow day.
And the lucky few who could work from home took advantage.
- — David Deckhim (@daviddeckhim)Mon, Dec 10 2012 13:46:04Now that I follow mndot, and can get updates on traffic conditions, I am doubly glad that I have the option to work from home.
Others made a point to exercise their mass transit options.
- — Tanya Schmitt (@tanyaschmitt)Mon, Dec 10 2012 13:58:41@ViaMarsala18 I managed to catch my bus within two minutes of being at the stop, and traffic is moving into St Paul. I was expecting worse!
Plows scurried to clear the snow early Monday. It didn't go unnoticed.
Well, to get snow off the roads, that is.
- — Amber Dallman (@stpaulbikemom)Mon, Dec 10 2012 13:55:47What? -3 windchill? Didn't notice. Too busy sweating pushing stroller through ft of unshoveled sideswalks. Peds=2nd citizens in snowstorm.
Snowstorm snarls commute
The traffic system wasn't quite crippled Monday morning, but commuters could expect to double and triple their driving times as plows continued to combat around 10 inches of snow, plus ice.
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