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PlowingA snow plow cleared off a residential street on Friday afternoon, Feb. 22, in Kansas City, Kan.
Road crews have plowed major streets and are turning their attention to side streets now.
According to the Unified Government, the primary and secondary streets have been plowed and now crews are plowing streets in residential neighborhoods.
The UG expects 75 percent of the side streets to be plowed and open by midnight, with remaining streets being plowed overnight or early Saturday morning, according to a spokesman.
To find out about vehicles that were on a city street and were towed, call 913-573-6100.
Information about cars that were on the highway and were towed is available from the Highway Patrol at 913-782-8100.
Residential trash pickup will resume on Saturday, Feb. 23, and will include Thursday and Friday routes. Commercial trash pickup is running Friday.
Bus service fixed routes and Dial-A-Ride is operating today, but often with delays of 15 to 20 minutes. ATA buses are in full operation, but there have been delays.