If you feel like stopping for a coffee, make sure you’re parked in a designated spot.
Toronto police are launching another tag and tow blitz Monday morning, in efforts to keep traffic moving.
They’ll be paying close attention to vehicles that are stopped or parked where they shouldn’t be in the downtown core, and ticketing and towing vehicles blocking key routes, during the morning and afternoon rush hours.
Since January of this year, 61, 830 tickets have been issued, and 12, 354 vehicles have been towed.
Habitual offenders are also being targeted. 10, 942 vehicles with Ontario plates have been towed, along with 964 vehicles with out of province plates.
Mayor John Tory has promised a zero-tolerance approach in this campaign.
If you’re caught parking or stopping where you shouldn’t be, you’re looking at a $150 ticket, a $200 tow, and roughly $80 per day for your vehicle to sit in a lot.