TULSA, Okla. - Round-the-clock work continues for City of Tulsa crews.
Right now, teams are working 12-hour shifts from noon to midnight and midnight to noon.
Officials tell KRMG those crews are spending a lot of time on the hills. Street maintenance manager Tim McCorkell says, "They're trying to get them cleared off because we have had some gridlock on the hills."
Right now, crews aren't putting down much salt and sand. McCorkell says, "Normally, that truck is just plowing unless there is an issue where there is some ice."
KRMG is told that Tulsa still has plenty of salt and sand to get through the rest of the winter.