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©ammy ⭐
Fri Mar 16 2012, 10:30PM Email Thread Print View


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CalTrans has a new comprehensive map where you can select the type of road conditions you'd like to see for your area: [Click Here]
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©ammy ⭐
Sat Mar 17 2012, 01:25PM


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So far, in my observations this morning, the chain control portion in the link I posted above updates a bit slower than the chain control part on this map: [Click Here]
But the CHP incidents part of the original link [Click Here] is sure much more visually helpful than the text only CHP CAD!
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Nice addition Cammy.
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GREAT Stuff Roger! Thank you for sharing that link!

Winter can leave now... Lets try to get above 50 degrees???
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I recently learned that there's now a QuickMap app for your phone. [Click Here] for instructions on how to download the app.
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Dreamweaver
Jan 22 : 10:15pm
Interesting story about salt crystals v. sand-salt v. brine
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Jan 22 : 07:56pm
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QuantumBear
Jan 22 : 07:31pm
So where is the salt going according to them?

Anyone remember from physics class The Law of Conservation of Mass ?

Quess it goes down micro black holes

holeinbow
Jan 22 : 05:51pm
East coast salt test that is...

holeinbow
Jan 22 : 05:50pm
Funny razz, passed right by the brine truck. Immediately behind it was two CHP suv's, presumably doing an easy coast salt test...what bothers me is how much salt is going into the lake. Where's the masses of bluegill and sunfish that we used to spend afternoons catching and throwing back?

doo·hick·ey
Jan 22 : 05:48pm
A 5 gal bucket should suffice. Just give Wisconsin's DOT a call..
heh

Polar Orbit
Jan 22 : 05:32pm
Cheese brine, where can I buy some to marinate my politicians butts?

doo·hick·ey
Jan 22 : 04:53pm
The Sierras use it but supposedly CA banned it decades ago due to being environmentally unfriendly and the wildlife are drawn to it, birds & brake for the dear munching in road! Wisconsin uses a cheese brine, go figure.

Airport Razz
Jan 22 : 04:21pm
And read that the salt solution will not increase salinity level of the lake any higher than normal. Hope that is the case as we have heard this line of thought many many times in CA last few decades.

Airport Razz
Jan 22 : 04:19pm
The brine solution being sprayed on the highways before a storm is something new this year. It does seem to help some although I don't think I'd want to follow that truck real close on a very cold cold night, as it will still freeze if cold enough

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doo·hick·ey
Jan 22 : 03:42pm
I have no reference of fact, but I thought salt was only used on East coast/Midwestern roads and especially not in a CA national forest area. Maybe they swept after dark due to less traffic?

NShore.Allen
Jan 22 : 02:59pm
Mountain art. I heard they were laying a salt solution.



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