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Thursday, January 06, 2022

週五暴風雪來襲 州政府非必要員工不必上班 昆士市、摩頓市學生不須上學

            (Boston Orange 編譯) 暴風雪預定週五來襲,麻州州長查理貝克 (Charlie Baker)指示州府非緊急員工,17日不要去上班。州政府也勸民眾不要上路,如果可能,最好搭乘公共交通工具。

             汽車監理處(RMV)員工將會由主管聯繫,決定其當天的任務與時程。汽車監理處會在官網上更新個別客戶服務中心的開張或關門,以及路試取消或展延的時間,並和預約取消或延期的受影響顧客聯繫。

             所有其他州政府行政部門週五將不對外開放,並預期所有能夠遠程工作者依照遠程工作政策規定行事。

      麻州交通廳(MassDOT)約有3900件州政府及服務商提供的設備,供鏟雪、除冰用,包括1400輛鏟灑兩用車,2100輛鏟雪車,460輛前端承載車。麻州交通廳預計為這次的風雪動用大約2500輛這些設備。

              麻州州長查理貝克表示,州政府將緊密關注暴風雪動態,希望每個人都不要上路,週五盡可能搭乘公共交通工具。雇主們應給員工彈性,為可能出現的困難狀況做準備。州政府會持續派人清理道路、鏟雪,希望每個人都能給這些工作人員完成工作的空間。

            麻州緊急管理局 (MEMA)、麻州交通廳,以及州警將和國家氣象局密切合作,關注預報。MBTA的暴風雨組也將在暴風雨期間持續監督地鐵服務狀況,在網上為通勤者提供更新資訊ttp://www.MBTA.com/winter

                       昆士市市長柯奇( Tom Koch)在推特上,以視頻通知市民,1月6日晚上8點起,昆士市進入暴風雪緊急狀態,請民眾遵循暴風雪期間包括停車的所有相關規定,注意安全。

                                        昆士市公校系統也宣佈1月7日將為風雪日,學生不必到校上課。

                    摩頓市市長葛帝生 (Gary Christenson)則宣佈,摩頓市將從1月7日凌晨零時零分起實施冬季停車規定,但暫時還不會為這場暴風雪宣佈更嚴格的停車禁令。他也在推特上以短片表示,"取消上學 (school cancelled)",https://twitter.com/i/status/1479175761458339845。


Baker-Polito Administration Announces Winter Storm Preparations, Directs Non-Emergency State Employees Not to Report to Workplaces Tomorrow 

 

BOSTON – Due to the upcoming winter storm, the Baker-Polito Administration has directed all non-emergency state employees working in Executive Branch agencies not to report to their workplaces tomorrow, Friday, January 7, 2022.  The Administration is urging residents to stay off roadways and to use public transportation when possible as the storm moves across the Commonwealth beginning late tonight and through tomorrow.

 

Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) employees will be contacted by their supervisor to determine their assignments and schedules for the day. The RMV will post further updates about individual Customer Service Center openings, closings and road test cancellations or delays and hours at www.mass.gov/RMV and contact any customers with impacted appointment cancellations or delays. All other Executive Branch state offices will be closed to the public tomorrow. Employees who have the capacity to telework will be expected to do so in accordance with the Telework Policy.

 

MassDOT has approximately 3,900 pieces of state and vendor equipment available for snow and ice operations which includes over 1,400 plow and spreader combos, 2,100 plows, and 460 front-end loaders. MassDOT expects to deploy approximately 2,500 pieces of equipment for this storm. 

 

“Our Administration is closely monitoring this storm and we want everyone to stay off the roads and to take public transit if possible tomorrow,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “In addition, we urge employers to be flexible with workers and plan for difficult conditions on the roads tomorrow. Crews will be out treating roadways and plowing around the clock, and we ask everyone to give them the room they need to clear the roads.”

 

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, MassDOT, and State Police are working closely with the National Weather Service to monitor the forecast. The MBTA Storm Desk will continue to monitor rail service throughout the storm and provide updates to commuters at http://www.MBTA.com/winter.

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