Today’s feature image contains hundreds of cars parked in two of a number of parking lots with a capacity of twelve-hundred cars situated on Fleet Street in Toronto, Canada.
Post-War, Toronto, the largest City in the country and the Capital of the Province of Ontario was suffering from inadequate parking facilities, and traffic congestion. Relief from the problem came when a set of parking lots constructed southeast of the City center close to the Lake Ontario waterfront lessened the burden on the surface streets. Toronto Transit Commission (T.T.C.) buses picked up passengers at the facility and transported them into the City and back again on the return trip.