Recent accumulations of snow are causing snow to pile up along city streets and neighborhoods. The snow berms are overflowing and crossing the passenger-side white lines on the road. The conditions make more dangerous commutes leaving drivers with nowhere to go should something happen in front or around them.
"You get pushed over into the snow and it gets hard to control," Alyssa Cottrell said. "When you hit it and get in that snow you get caught. If you're not constantly jerking your wheel to the left, it could end up pretty bad."
The Alaska Department of Transportation and the Municipality of Anchorage work together in clearing the roads. The muni handles most of the city streets.