On my usual jaunt around the neighbourhood, I saw Edmonton drivers express some radical and iconoclastic notions of traffic law.
Lots of people driving straight through turning lanes, I guess since you can't see the road (snow) you can just pretend you don't know what's written there.
A fair number of people driving the wrong way down one way streets (the signs are still more than visible)
But best of all: a hand-full of people (on different streets!) driving down the bike lanes!
I love how when winter hits everyone just re-writes the rules of the road to match what they want them to be.
In none of this was there any honking or traffic chaos. People invented their own rules and everyone else more or less went with it. Because hey, it's snowing, so that means there are no rules. Right?
@allan I'm suddenly very curious what the snow tracks show coming northbound off the Walterdale Bridge. It's less of an issue now, since the new bridge is wider, but it was always super weird that the old bridge was only two lanes, and then all of a sudden you have to decide which of the five lanes you were going to end up in as soon as you hit pavement on the other side. There was no real merging, it just instantly went from two lanes to five (two of which were turning lanes, tbf).