Phil Tsekouras
Multi-platform author, CTV News Toronto


This undated photo shows a Toronto Police Parking Enforcement Unit

Toronto Police have announced that some park officials will be suspended on the street for parts of the upcoming Easter weekend

In a press release, the police said that members of the park inspectorate would leave the park on Good Friday April), Easter Sunday (4 April) and Easter Monday (5 April) will not enforce some regulations on the street

Pay-and-display / metering areas, rush hour and signposted signs pointing out the regulations Monday through Friday will not be enforced on these dates, police said

The city says a series of lane reductions will take place on the Gardiner Expressway starting Monday

The discounts are expected to last for at least a week April return to normal operations

Officials say the cuts will allow the freeway to be built, restoring the lane in advance of the resumption of traffic between Jarvis and Cherry Streets in mid-April

The east-facing driveway on Jarvis Street, which has been closed since May last year, will also open on 8 April reopened to traffic

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World News – CA – Some Toronto street park regulators have been suspended during most of the Easter weekend