Police aim to clear roadways with Operation Clear Sailing
Officers from 55 Division in partnership with the Toronto Police Services’ Parking Enforcement Unit are in the midst of conducting a two-week program focusing on ensuring vehicles travelling along major rush-hour routes in the city’s east end are flowing well.
Called Operation Clear Sailing, the initiative kicked off Monday and is set to conclude Friday, Oct. 26.
Police are enforcing a zero-tolerance tag-and-tow policy on rush hour routes from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Officers will focus especially on no-stopping zones and parked vehicles that interfere with the flow of traffic.
Motorists are reminded to not stop or park their vehicles in these designated rush-hour areas.
For details, call Sgt. Gary Olson at 416-808-5524.