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Road crews ready for upcoming storm

December 11, 2017 06:28 PM

The state Thruway Authority and Department of Transportation have been getting ready for the snow season.

"Right now, as of today, we're sort of in a holding pattern. We are obviously prepping the equipment, making sure the plow blades are in good shape, the engines are running, everything like that. So a lot of maintenance type stuff happening," explained Bryan Viggiani with the New York State Department of Transportation.

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While crews were on 12-hour shifts, they have stepped back to eight-hour shifts due to the snow predictions being lowered.

You can also download our "First Warning Weather" app at WNYT.com/APPS.

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