December 22, 2017
2017-2018 Snow Route Map
ACOG has released its 2017-2018 Regional Snow Route Map just in time for today's forecast of freezing rain and light snow. The purpose of the seasonal map is to help motorists navigate Central Oklahoma roadways during inclement weather, particularly snow and ice. 

More than 30 local governments reviewed the map to determine priority snow and ice removal routes within their respective jurisdictions. The map ensures a coordinated system among multiple cities and counties so traffic flow is maintained and snow plows have unimpeded access to roadways. 

The map features snow routes for different cities in different colors.

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Click here  to see a large, printable PDF of the Snow Route map featured below. An interactive map with all routes in red is available at that same link.  

See the map on KFOR-TV's website
Local Governments
The 30 local governments that reviewed the map to determine priority snow and ice removal routes include: 

Bethany
Blanchard
Canadian County
Cedar Valley
Choctaw
Cleveland County
Cole
Del City
Edmond
Forest Park
Goldsby
Guthrie
Harrah
Jones
Lexington
Logan County
Luther
McClain County
Midwest City
Moore
Mustang
Newcastle
Nichols Hills
Nicoma Park
Noble
Norman
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County
Piedmont
Purcell
Slaughterville
Spencer
Tuttle
The Village
Warr Acres
Yukon
About The Map
ACOG first developed the map in 2007. The Regional Snow Routes system assists in the coordination of ice and snow removal to increase safety for all citizens and travelers throughout the region, including emergency vehicles, school buses, public transportation and commercial vehicle traffic. It is part of ACOG's ongoing congestion management efforts.
Questions? 
If you have concerns, comments or questions about the designated snow routes in your area,  please contact your local planning or public works office . ACOG does not maintain city streets, highways or roadways.

For more information about the Regional Snow Routes map, you can read the Regional Snow and Ice Management Memorandum of Understanding for the OCARTS Area or contact ACOG. The Regional Snow Routes map is made available to the public via ACOG's website and municipal websites.

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