The Seattle Department of Transportation released a winter storm response map that outlines which streets in Seattle have been cleared and where the plows are going next.
The highest priority is given to the most significant and trafficked streets in the city, including those used to get to hospitals and schools and ones used by emergency response vehicles. There are two colors on the map to indicate this - gold indicates streets used for hospitals, buses, large trucks and major employers and emerald indicates streets used for hospitals, buses and general traffic.
SDOT says it does not plow non-arterial streets.
Dark blue means that roads were serviced in the last hour, medium blue means the roads were serviced in the last three hours and light blue means the roads were serviced in the last 12 hours.
You can also see where plows hope to go next and reported obstacles throughout the city.
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