On Monday the city debuted a new Web service that lets you see how much of your neighborhood has been plowed, which phase of the snow removal process the city is in and even the names of the plow drivers on duty in your area.
The Web page, http://snowstats.boston.gov/, allows you to enter your address and learn various aspects of the city’s progress in your neighborhood.
For instance, around 4 p.m. on Monday, there were two plow drivers working the area around Weld Hill Street. The page doesn’t indicate exactly what borders it means. Mayor Marty Walsh said in a statement that the new data tool was a collaboration of many parts of city government.
“With this tool residents will now be directly connected to the snow and ice removal process in their neighborhoods,” Walsh said in a statement. “Thanks to the creative work of the Department of Innovation and Technology, and the Office of New Urban Mechanics, the public now has an inside look at the Department of Public Works, who are working round-the-clock to make roads safe and accessible across Boston.”
See what the page has to say about your street by visiting http://snowstats.boston.gov/ and putting in your address.