No one is thinking about snow right now, but the city of Regina has come one step closer to doing what other cities in Western Canada do after a major snowfall.
That is to institute a parking ban.
A motion has been passed to approve a three-year pilot-project that would see vehicles parked on major snow routes during a storm to be towed away at the driver’s expense.
This is to ensure roads could be cleared without interruption.
The city’s Chris Warren says the plan isn’t written in stone and will need to be looked at carefully before a final report is given.
The project would begin with Category 1 and 2 roads, but the plan is to expand it over the three years.