Calls to restrict traffic and parking around Bluffer's Park
If you enjoy spending a sunny summer day at one of Toronto's most popular spots, you may have a harder time finding parking this summer.
The local homeowners around Scarborough's Bluffer's Park are getting tired of all the cars clogging up the nearby streets.
That has councillor Gary Crawford proposing some changes.
He's calling for no standing zones on six local roads where visitors often park their cars on both sides of the street.
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The fine for ignoring the rule would be $100 dollars and your car could be towed
He's also suggesting blocking through traffic on Brimley through Kingston Road from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.
The TTC began offering summer bus service to the park on weekends and holidays last year.
The buses would be exempt from the restrictions.