Nilesh Gandhi captured our latest near-Storrowing tonight - and the "CARS ONLY" warning sign at the entrance to Storrow inbound at Charlesgate that the trucker plowed through.
Alyssa Thompson captured the scene on Storrow Drive inbound shortly after 5 p.m. when the drivers of three charter buses (one out of camera view) managed to pull up short before peeling their roofs off like sardine cans.
Keenan Langlois reports that tonight he saw his first near-storrowing.
John Gage urges people to avoid Storrow near Leverett or to just abandon all hope.
DevNullToYou shows us this morning's near Storrowing.
Mike Piehl shows us the remains of a decapitated truck on Storrow this morning.
DevNullToYou was among the stuck on Storrow inbound this morning.
Saturday evening near the Longfellow, WBZ reports.
Good Lord! Shawn the roving UHub photographer wasn't roving very much around 6:40 a.m. when he took this photo of a blessed truck on everybody's favorite river road, the one with all the "CARS ONLY" signs at the entrance ramps:
When Storrow is bumper to bumper at 6:30 in the morning, you know thereâ€™s a truck.
Kara Sassone shows us the reason Soldiers Field Road is backed up onto Storrow Drive this morning. Or as she puts it:
Thanks. Thanks a lot.
Only a few hours after the Silber footbridge decapitated a truck, a slightly more alert truck driver narrowly managed to avoid a similar fate - and luckily for him, fellow commuters, such as Scrams, were in no mood to get out of their cars and tell him what they thought of having their rush hour extended.
Oh, lookee here at Storrow Drive inbound this morning, as Kara Sassone shows us. At least his brakes worked.
Jonathan Berks came upon what could have been an awful Storrowing involving a bike today.
Jared Dobson can only utter a hearty "Tis the season!" as he waits to get by a moving van with a driver alert enough to stop before slamming into a Storrow footbridge shortly before 6:30 p.m., if not alert enough to pay attention to any of the "CARS ONLY" signs earlier on his journey. Read more.
Kevin, meanwhile, gives us the eye-in-the-sky view from the footbridge: