The mayor's office announced today that two-way streets turned into one-way streets to account for all that snow will stay that way until at least June 1 - and could become permanently changed that way.
The emergency road reconfiguration had been scheduled to end tomorrow.
Over the next two months, the City will host two community meetings, one at the Condon Elementary School, and one at the Tynan Elementary School to determine if making the reconfiguration permanent is the appropriate decision for the neighborhood. The details of the meetings will be announced in the coming days.
Mayor Walsh said his office has heard from South Boston residents who like the new configuration, saying it's relieved traffic congestion and increased public safety.
List of affected roads.