Face, meet palm.
The vehicle in the photo was identified as one from the shelter, support, and housing administration division, according to city spokesman Patricia Anderson. She said the vehicles are used by workers providing street outreach to homeless people.
“The people who use our vehicles know better than to park them in bike lanes, so if it’s parked there, it either shouldn’t have been there or there was some kind of emergency reason for it,” she said Wednesday.
Read the full post: “City truck parked in Sherbourne bike lane” in the Toronto Sun.
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