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Enforcement of idling control bylaws is often seen by municipalities as the biggest barrier to creating an idle-free community. Fiscal or staffing limitations are commonly cited as the most significant enforcement constraints. Below we have provided a link to the Natural Resources Canada website which comprehensively addresses the issue of enforcement and provides description of a multitude of enforcement strategies and identifies their benefits and limitations.

Effective Enforcement for Idling Control By-laws 

Cracking Down on Idling: A Primer for Canadian Municipalities on Developing and Enforcing Control By-laws. Report prepared for Natural Resources of Canada and Greater Toronto Area Clean Air Council (September 2005) 


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