Coping with #Snowmageddon2015

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According to Boston Snow Stats, we have received 99.9 inches of total snow fall this season, making it one of the snowiest winters on record.

The accumulation has led to: 294,584 Boston neighborhood miles plowed, 76,393 tons of salt used, 185,064 hours of work for snow removal personnel, and many hours of commuter delays.

How are JLLers handling #Snowmageddon2015?

With schools and roads closed, our people had several days to play and work outside.

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Others had to make the long commute into Boston via the MBTA…

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Once they got into the city, the next challenge was navigating the city streets…

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Once at work, they had ALOT of work to do!

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And after work, people made their way home to snow covered dwellings.

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Now that #Snowmageddon2015 is almost over, will we look back fondly at the disasters left in its path?

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Probably not.

All images were taken by JLL New England employees who wanted to share their #Snowmageddon2015 experience.

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