OTA hosts meeting to discuss Toronto’s downtown delivery plan

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TORONTO, Ont. – After speaking with the City of Toronto over the last few weeks about how to develop a freight delivery plan for all commercial vehicles (waste vehicles, straight trucks, dry vans, etc.) in the downtown area, the Ontario Trucking Association decided to host a meeting to start the process of creating a vision to put a plan in motion.

The meeting will take place on March 4 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the OTA offices. The OTA will be walking carriers though the various options and will be looking for help from volunteers to assist in the development of a study plan for the freight delivery system. It will be an opportunity for carriers to get involved in the process with the goal of providing the city of Toronto with solid guidance in the development of a sound delivery plan.

To attend the event, please e-mail Jonathan Blackham at jonathan.blackham@ontruck.org.

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