|Toronto Police Service|
Monday, November 17, 2014, morning rush hour, Project Rush T.O. tackles gridlock, Focuses on rush-hour routes
Monday, November 17, 2014 - 7:00 AM
From 7 a.m., Monday, November 17, 2014, through to the end of the morning rush hour, TPS Traffic Services and Parking Enforcement Officers will be tackling gridlock by clearing vehicles from rush-hour routes.
Project Rush T.O. will focus on delivery, shredding and construction vehicles which can cause traffic congestion on the roads and at intersections. These vehicles will be tagged and towed and, where appropriate, drivers of these vehicles will be charged.
Gridlock, vehicles making prohibited turns, pedestrians crossing mid-block, and cyclists committing offences will be monitored and, where appropriate, charges will be laid.
Project Rush T.O., today, will focus on an area bounded by Dupont Street, Lake Shore Boulevard, Dufferin Street and Parliament Street.
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Mark Pugash, Corporate Communications, for Superintendent Gord Jones, Traffic Services