Good Morning and welcome to our week 23.
This is interesting for the automobile owner, according to Blogto
Theses signs, which have been spotted by residents who've been pleasantly surprised (and a little confused) to find such accommodating rules on some of the city's busiest streets, were put up this summer as a part of the CurbTO program, according to Eric Holmes, a senior communications coordinator for the city.
Holmes said the spots in which these signs can be found are called Temporary Parking Pickup Zones, and they were put up "to help accommodate increased demand for businesses that provide pick up and delivery options" starting in April.
“The City of Toronto first introduced the CurbTO program in the spring to address crowding on busy streets and outside businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city identified a number of "hot spots" that were in need of more space, and each one was deemed either a Curb Lane Pedestrian Zone (areas outside businesses that were granted extra space so customers could line up to ensure physical distancing) or a Parking Pick-Up Zone.
According to the city's database, there are now a total of 92 Parking Pick-Up Zones, aka free 10-minute parking spaces, scattered throughout the city.
We are delighted to be kicking off our 23rd week of entertaining you to the best of our ability.
We have a ton of great shows lined up for the weekend
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