Sligo Avenue on the way into downtown Silver Spring. The building on the left, the Corona, did not clear a sidewalk.
Sligo Avenue, looking into downtown Silver Spring.
A bus stop on Sligo Avenue near Fenton Street, downtown Silver Spring.
This stop on Georgia Avenue near Wayne has a very high ridership. How would a family or senior citizen board the bus?
Tina Slater and Kathy Jentz, clearing out the stop on Fenton near Thayer, downtown Silver Spring.
Hans Riemer clearing out a bus stop on Fenton near Thayer, downtown Silver Spring. Subsequent bus riders stood in the clearing, with bags placed on the bench.
We dug this stop out. People shop at the Safeway nearby and need a place to put their bags. The auto shop cleared access to their lot for cars but not the sidewalk or the bus stop in front.
The corner of Fenton and Thayer Avenue. Safeway surely has the staff capacity to clear their sidewalks, yet this is 5 days after the storm. Don Slater cleared it for them.
Kathy Jentz and Tina Slater, pondering the masterful snow "removal" that buried the bus stop on Fenton near Bonifant.
Tina Slater and Kathy Jentz prepare to dig out a bus stop on Fenton near Bonifant, downtown Silver Spring. We carved out enough space for a small family.
We cleared this bus stop. Previously riders were standing in the street on Fenton.
Hans Riemer, after digging out a path from the sidewalk for bus riders at Fenton & Wayne, downtown Silver Spring.
A bus rider tries to move quickly through a snow path to flag her bus as it pulls to the stop. The stop she is heading to serves many people who transfer nearby and who come in on Greyhound buses.
A brand new Exxon station on Fenton at Thayer. They cleared the access for cars but not the sidewalk.
The Fenton Village district in downtown Silver Spring is full of pedestrians.