Toronto's bike lane parking officer issues six $150 tickets in 2 minutes

Jun 28 2017, 4:55 pm

Toronto Police Service’s bike lanes parking enforcement officer Kyle Ashley has quickly gained popularity on social media, and is making his presence known in the city.

Ashley, who frequently posts updates on his Twitter account, posted on Tuesday afternoon that in two minutes, he had issued six tickets for $150 each after a request for his presence on Shuter Street.

At the time, six vehicles were blocking the bike lane. And as he was issuing the tickets, three more vehicles parked in front of him, totalling 9 tickets on the one block.

The cyclist also calls out companies who block the lanes on a regular basis, and is widely admired by bikers in Toronto.

Not only is he out there ticketing, Ashley is using his social media account to educate drivers and cyclists alike.

And he is keeping cyclists happy along the way.

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