Ottawa City is a "car" What to call According to the Ottawa Ordinance, a "control zone" came into effect around the Capitol on Wednesday morning, 28 vehicles were towed from the zone, and 120 parking tickets were issued by the evening.
The "Control Zone" will continue until the long weekend of Canada Day and will end on Monday morning.
The city said the roads in the area — from Wellington Street to Laurie Airvenue, from Booth Street to Colonel Bye, Sussex Drive — were not closed. Residential and business transportation is permitted in the "control zone" alongside people who use public transport on foot or by bicycle.
"Cars are not allowed to participate in any form of demonstration, event, protest, or rally," the city hall said.
Part of the city's plans to manage what Ottawa police services are expected to have more crowds than usual on a face-to-face returnCanada Day Celebration A series of "free movement" events.
Barricades, heavy equipment, or police officers and their vehicles will be deployed at access points around the zone to "filter legal traffic" to these roads.
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There are signs on the street parking or stops. The only parking lots allowed in the control zone are garages or parking lots.
A driver who opposes a sign that doesn't stop can issue a ticket and tow.
"We anticipate traffic delays in the control zone and surrounding roads," said the city hall.
"Control zone removal currently planned for Monday, July 4th at 6am may be postponed in some circumstances."
Canada Day Also in Ottawa,roads have been closed, community events in the city , and Canadian cultural heritageare planned. Lebreton Flats Park, Place de Festival Givi, Parliament Hill.
For the latest updates, go to theInteractive Traffic Mapin Ottawa and select both Events and Incidents.
⚠️ All vehicles that remain parked in the special event no-stop zone in the downtown vehicle control zone will be ticketed and towed.
Enforcement is in progress.— Ottawa Bylaw (@OttawaBylaw)June 29, 2022
The City Ordinance Department has street vendors from Canada. Access to the Control Zone or Lebreton Flats is not permitted on Sundays. Vendors can be installed elsewhere, but permission is required to sell the item.
Everyone who wants to sell goods on the streets on Canada Day must be licensed.
Vendors are not allowed to sell in the removal zone at or near Lebreton Flats. #OttCity pic.twitter.com/SlQzvYOvet— Ottawa Ordinance (@OttawaBylaw)June 29, 2022
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