The people of Kiev in writing about social networks efficiently cleaned the roads

After the last snowfall Kyiv is actively cleaned by the participation of a large number of snowplows. About it based on my own experience of moving around the city, wrote in his Facebook television and radio presenter, journalist Alexander Fedchenko. His observations confirmed by other people.

“Begin with the end! Write a post on the plane, so on the flight I still have time. Since the trip to Marseille was planned short, decided to go to the airport in his car. Left as it should be for 2 hours 30 minutes before departure. And that was my first mistake. As it turned out, the city is actively peeling, but so active that snow removal equipment, lining up in a row, completely covers the avenues. Rear – police car with red beacons. It moves the whole column of 17 km/h I had to trudge behind this parade of vehicles from Kardach to the end of prospect street. Our mayor really deliver. And I would have voted for him again. But I think the person who makes the decision to close the road for half an hour, need to have a little think about the inhabitants,“ writes Alexander Fedchenko, stating that the claim for road closures is addressed not to the mayor, and responsible officials.

On the morning of 28 February positive posts about the elimination of consequences of snowfall wrote Kyiv and other bloggers.

“Praise post. Don’t know about you, but I have all the roads clean. Go two little traktovenko,“ said the journalist, eks-the head a press-services of Prosecutor’s office of Kyiv Alain Yakhno.

In the comments agreed with her from Kiev, Oleg, Yakovishina: “Obolon from four in the morning rumble on the street and in the yard. Now brushed“.

At the same time, marketing Valentyn Kalashnyk, leaving the city at 5 am, noted that main roads have been cleaned since the morning.

“Thank you to everyone who made clean the roads! At 5 am in Kiev, brushed and cleaned not only the main roads (Avenue of Victory, street Shcherbakovsky, Ring road), but the little streets and even paths sidewalks. Saw dozens of snow plows – thank you, people!“, – he wrote.