Snow Removal


Baker Unveils $83M MBTA Winter Resiliency Plan

Gov. Charlie Baker announced a nearly $83 million MBTA Winter Resiliency Plan to make investments and improvements this summer and in the next five years to snow removal equipment, infrastructure and operations.


Workers dump snow into piles at a 'snow farm' on Tide Street in Boston. (Photo credit Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

Boston’s Snow Removal Price Tag: $50 Million

The city has more than doubled its budget for snow removal.


Snow melter (Photo credit: City of Boston)

Mass. House Approves $50M Extra For Snow Removal

The state House has approved a spending bill that includes an additional $50 million to cover the costs of snow and ice removal.


A snow pile in Copley Square on February 16, 2015. (Photo credit: Julie Loncich-WBZ-TV)

Gov. Baker Seeks Additional $50M For Snow Removal

Gov. Charlie Baker is asking state lawmakers to approve a spending bill that includes an additional $50 million to cover the costs of snow and ice removal.


National Guard members help clear MBTA's Red Line after several snowstorms. (Photo credit Karen Twomey/WBZ)

Baker: National Guard Helping To Restore T Service Ahead Of Schedule

The governor praised the National Guard for their efforts in the snow cleanup.


Blizzard of 2015 cleanup (WBZ-TV)

Boston To Start ‘Full Force’ Snow Removal Monday Evening

Mayor Marty Walsh said he wants Boston roads as clear as possible for the evening.


The collapsed gas station awning in Conway (Photo credit Candace Antonelli)

NH Gas Station Awning Collapses With Workers On Top

The contractors were removing snow at the time.


(Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Record Snowfall Breaking Town Budgets Around Massachusetts

Man towns have far exceeded their snow removal budgets with more winter weather still on the way.


Blizzard of 2015 cleanup (WBZ-TV)

Walsh: Stay Off Boston Roads Through Tuesday

Mayor Marty Walsh is asking people to stay off the roads in Boston through Tuesday as the city tries to clear out record levels of snow.


Baker at a storm press conference on Feb. 9 (WBZ-TV)

Baker: Plow Snow Now, Worry About Paying Later

The governor said public safety is goal No. 1.