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1-28-14 12:45pm Garland with Bambi Hall of the DOTD

Jan 28, 2014|

Garland gets an update on road preparations from Bambi Hall from the DOTD.

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Welcome back to probably nobody know were under winter storm warning through tomorrow morning. So -- four. Worldly. Slips -- 2424. Maybe 2448. Will be your keeping your -- of all of the changes we've Bambi hall -- this. UT -- public information officer Bambi have appreciated the call -- -- While it's time we have our lane closures. And different here actions and their close football operation I've been involved are. Can do or -- important. -- Situation on in the Bridget. And I'm an orphan care that would include band again. That's the bird which the Cleveland avenue -- technically which it did that. On him to Simon -- in northern Iraq and -- career with the Belgian branch in them and I tell parents. I think similarly help Bob Edwards they all have lane closures we don't have any. Old clothes of the Indy roadway could have won -- went down an offer him down. Is quote the content. I'm determined that there are important they are on their offer so and then we'll have the full quote -- have been shut down a major highways. So at this point in time nothing showed down the wooded Tikka certain degree of certain number of rating to. Or should close some. No it doesn't take a certain brain actually. -- -- potential 3334. Degree which struck before -- to -- before we about to start India I think activity. I'm right now their highway eleven about an hour or so ago. They started. Because we're all about the city that was that if people were taken -- of different structures and on different quality high and and expect. So they were out there well it was about. 38 degrees. In one area of the city with 34 degrees lately. So -- that the mark for them to go out and start doing the -- at all. The -- is the year so that it does a ten site that it will at least -- -- Won't -- -- stop that at that point but that they quickly. So that we ought to do with little rainy conditions. It's it -- the rain mixed with the cold. You know any precipitation whatsoever can create eight I can definitely treat it differently here black the -- be getting into the conduct on the road. So I'm used that victory yet any threshold before we support the ultra now live. It's a different structure it's the steel structure we think handled wind because the thought would -- growth. About -- and treatment earlier can. So it is as -- were -- his -- -- QB. And hill dog. Didn't know play NC Charlotte in the -- Whenever plant to close any -- incorporated we plan for the ability for a long that we can pop we maintain it. So that's why he didn't that the icing. Process so that we can't keep that wrote the sensible. Are planning to force thought the -- -- for closure. There -- thing I'm feeling go scuba. I think it. For those who have had to work today. Please be careful. Situations. From what I can tell with the forecast that we are monitoring around the clock in different part of the that you -- different offices. You know it's only going to get war. So of course with that type of weather that you can anticipate quoted at some point we get it straight and that would be because we don't know how. The temperature is going to drop in quit. We can only go put these -- kept at it and that's how we -- here. We do half. 3000 gallons of glycol which would be I think -- and chemical agent that he's on structured and replace we have. 300000 pounds of fault like 144 talk. And we have about six and the thing we're prepared based on what we already know I have been reported by the National Weather Service. You -- all the -- -- operations that we need to do want the party route. And Tom we want people to be safe if you don't have to be on the police they wrote and if you are you extra caution when driving habit whether. And they're everywhere we run out of time to please call as expected at any moment when you've got Morgan. Well thank you could telecommute double uphill.

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