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Ontario plate AN 57241
This hasn't been acknowledged by the City of Toronto yet as it should be reported to the TPS parking enforcement line as per https://www.toronto.ca/311/knowledgebase/kb/docs/contacts/311-toronto/contact-list-abcc-toronto-police-parking-enforcement.html
"Parking Enforcement Unit: 416-808-2222 (option 4, then option 2 for towed vehicles)"
See also: https://www.toronto.ca/311/knowledgebase/kb/docs/articles/special-purpose-bodies-and-external-organizations/agencies,-boards,-commissions-and-corporations-abccs/service-program-operating-boards/toronto-police-service/bylaw-enforcement-parking.html
As this isn't an issue that can be handled through SCF I will mark these as closed.
Will it at some point be possible to report a parking issue without sitting on hold for 10-15 minutes? If the City was actually serious about Vision Zero they would be leveraging technology like this to collect reports instead of making it as difficult as possible.
To say nothing about the City's believe that paint is an adequate deterrent to stop cars from parking illegally in the cycle track.
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