Did you know? In Stockholm there is a ‘gender-equal’ snow-clearing (ended in chaos)

Stockholm’s municipal government, a coalition of the Social Democrats and the Green Party, brought in gender equal snow cleaning, as reported by The Local Sweden.
The policy states that sidewalks, public transport and bicycle lanes should be cleared before turning attention to the roads. The reason is that women are more likely to use sidewalks while men are overrepresented among commuters driving to work. (Sveriges Radio)

“Since it is harder to walk or cycle in 10 centimetres of snow than it is to drive, we plow walkways, cycle lanes and bus stops ahead of big roads. This primarily benefits women since studies show that more women than men walk, cycle and use public transport,” the website of the municipality writes.
When the first major snow storm swept the capital last week, traffic went into a standstill as no one cleared the streets. People couldn’t get to work, schools had to close and commuters were stuck in traffic for hours without moving. (Daily Caller)
“It is obvious that the plan has not worked,” states Vice Mayor of Stockholm on Swedish newspaper Expressen