Some of the major neighborhood streets will start seeing a single lane plowed Sunday and if you nudge your car in the way, the city plans to tow it. The city has been moving into time two of its response to the record whiteout, which dumped 34 inches of snow on New Haven in less than a day. The current phase involves plowing a single lane in the next most deeply traveled roads in each neighborhood.
The ban remains on people driving on that transportation. The thought is to enable fire trucks and ambulances to get close enough a few blocks or so to every street in town to deal with a fire or other crisis. Smuts cautioned that people should not take that as a signal to inch their cars out into the street. The lanes need to stay clear to handle fire trucks.
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