-This Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) site allows visitors to download Publication No.
FHWA-RD-95-202, Manual of Practice for an Effective Anti-icing Program: A guide for Highway
Winter Maintenance Personnel. Document is available in an Microsoft Word format.
PowerPoint brief of Milwaukees Asset Management and Capital Improvement program
This simple two-sided document provides useful information as to the causes, methods for repairing and ways to stop potholes from forming. Use it to educate the general public, council members and those new to public works.
Snow and ice removal may be considered emergencies in temperate climates where even small amounts of ice or snow can have a tremendous impact. However, most communities that deal with significant snow events have an emergency snow action plan. Even for those communities, snow events are considered emergency situations whereby considerable planning and varying snow emergency actions are taken before, during and after. An emergency plan must/should be in place to accomplish the unplanned or over extended storm. Without a plan we would jeopardize response time to emergency situations resulting from snow activities, accidents from roll-overs to head-on and worst to fires because of ice and snow to collapsed roofs.
The APWA offers several publications which can be of assistance in establishing a snow and ice removal policy.
Web site of the Salt Institute. This site contains infomation on the storage and application
of road salt for snow and ice control. A large number of materials on operator training and
equipment maintenance issues are also available at this site.
Scott L. Bressler (Butler County Operations Deputy, Hamilton, OH) provided two videos which have been very helpful to their rookie drivers as well as veteran drivers. The videos were passed on to his office from ODOT and have been used for two years now training county and township drivers in Southwest Ohio.