Mayor Menino apologizes for clogged Boston streets Travel curtailed, schools closed in city and beyond ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Steve Haines For The Boston Globe Utility crews were at work on Robinwood Avenue Monday in Buzzards Bay. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff As Boston dug out from this weekend's storm, snow was piled high on the city's streets, including Summer Street in Charlestown. suzanne kreiter/globe staff Joseph Spinzola in Scituate looked at debris after the storm. barry chin/globe staff NStar crews worked along Ocean Street in Marshfield on Monday. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Snow was dumped in the middle of Arch and Franklin streets downtown. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Pinkney Street on Beacon Hill. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff The City of Boston launched an effort Monday to identify and remove massive snow piles. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff The intersection of Exeter and Boylston streets. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Traffic backed up as cars tried to navigate a snowy Storrow Drive. Concord Street in Charlestown.