ODOT Says 20-Plus Plow Trucks Out on Stark Highways

CANTON, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – ODOT, county, city, village and township road crews are all out, tackling the snow Wednesday morning.

ODOT’s Ray Marsch says you’ll need extra time getting to your destination Wednesday morning, with snow set to fall at the rate of an inch an hour.

Marsch says their goal is to make the roads passable, not perfect.

ODOT has over 20 trucks out on the Stark County roads they maintain.

Marsch says they have 300 plows on the road right now in northeast Ohio.

He recommends that drivers stay behind the plow and never cut between two plows working in tandem on the freeway.

Marsch himself is pushing snow in Summit County this morning.

Snow Parking Bans

Snow parking bans up so far for Massillon, and Perry, Jackson, Plain, Lake and Nimishillen Townships.

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