It appears drivers still aren’t getting the message about parking where you are not supposed to.
Toronto police tagged 1,467 vehicles during a four day traffic blitz downtown last week.
Nearly 300 vehicles were towed for obstructing rush-hour routes.
The campaign focused on traffic congestion in an area bounded by Bloor Street to Front Street and Parliament to Dufferin Street.
Last week’s rush-hour-route enforcement: 1,467 tags, 298 towshttps://t.co/wl5sBUzZaW
— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) September 12, 2016