Mayor John Tory and Premier Wynne sat down for a meeting on Monday.
The pair discussed infrastructure, transit, affordable housing and the upcoming provincial budget.
One of the biggest issues to come out of the meeting was that Mayor Tory said he will be making a formal request to the Premier to change the laws when it comes to the police force.
Tory wants municipalities to be able to use technology instead of police officers for traffic management.
Specifically the mayor would like to bring back photo radar in school zones and have non-police officers manage traffic in certain situations.
Tory says “We can use technology in place of uniform police officers and this will allow for more efficient deployment of expensive, high-trained police officers,”
The premier said there is no talk of implementing similar technology outside of Toronto but said it’s up to each municipality to come forward and address those needs.