Zero tolerance rush hour policy introduced to downtown drivers
CBC January 04, 2015
Toronto police took to downtown streets on Monday to drive home a new "zero tolerance" policy for illegally parked vehicles blocking rush hour traffic. The police were out for the morning commute to work, as well as the corresponding drive home. They reported issuing 70 parking tickets during the morning half, along with towing some 29 vehicles. Higher totals were expected during the evening rush hour.