Boston Still Digging Out From Saturday Blizzard

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — On Monday, Boston was still picking up the pieces from a record setting blizzard over the weekend.

WBZ's Jim MacKay checked out Boston Common and spoke to locals dealing with remnants of the storm along Tremont Street.

Janis from Beverly said she had a two-and-a-half-hour commute on Sunday.

"The buses, the trains- everything was late. The bus dropped us off at West Newton Street, in the middle of the road because nothing was plowed- what if we slipped?" Janis said.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said that a slew of trains faced delays Monday morning, some up to 20 minutes.

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But not all reviews of the City's cleanup were negative.

"I was able to make it across the Common down Charles Street pretty easy, so I think they did a good job cleaning up- it's well salted," another local said.

With temperatures below freezing point until Tuesday, the cleanup may become less about clearing out snow and more focused on thawing out ice on the roads.

WBZ's Jim MacKay (@JimMacKayOnAir) reports.

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