GRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) -- The Kent County Road Commission is trying to reduce some of the high snow banks that might be obstructing views at intersections. Crews were out Monday pushing snow off major roads.

"We're going to do the high volume, high speed roads that is why today we're out on the East Beltline." said Jerry Byrne of the Kent County Road Commission. "They're basically pushing that snow back somewhere here between six and eight feet further off the road."

If you know of a dangerous intersection that is on a major road, you can call the road commission and let them know. Byrne says to keep in mind they can't get to every spot, that's why it's important to be careful when approaching intersections and pulling out into the roadway.