Here's how you can track snow plows and road conditions amid Oklahoma snow storm
After being cooped up in their homes for several days due to frigid cold and snow, many Oklahomans are looking for safe ways to get to the grocery store or other essential businesses.
The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, along with other transportation groups, provides detailed snow route maps for those needing to venture out in Oklahoma County.
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For those farther outside the metro, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation has a nifty interactive map where travelers can get a quick update on road conditions. You can also view snapshots from highway cameras and cameras mounted inside sand and salt trucks.
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