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Week-long police crackdown on rush-hour rule breakers begins Monday

NEWS STAFF | posted Monday, Jul 31st, 2017

No standing, no parking, Tow away zone and No Stopping in downtown Toronto.
Toronto police are starting a week-long rush-hour traffic blitz on Monday morning, with a focus on traffic congestion and gridlock within the downtown core.

Along with parking enforcement officers, police say there will be zero-tolerance for those breaking the rules. Extra officers are being called in to issue tickets while traffic services will be towing away vehicles as needed.

More than 46,000 parking tickets have already been issued in 2017 with nearly 10,000 vehicles towed from the city’s rush-hour routes.

The blitz will end on Friday.


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