Nov 18, 2015
By Michael Kramer
A heads-up for drivers in some areas of downtown Toronto
Motorists are going to have to keep their eyes peeled – and pay close attention to some new signs – as the city has made changes to parking and turning regulations – on some sections of College, Carlton, Queen and Dundas – from Parliament over to Roncesvalles.
The aim is to help ease congestion and improve the flow of streetcars and vehicular traffic – in the downtown core.
The new regulations are similar to changes already made on King and Queen – affecting stopping, standing and turning restrictions – during the morning and afternoon rush hours.
The new “no stopping” and “no parking” signs will be installed right away – and are expected to be in place by later this month.