Fredericton latest Canadian city to grapple with Tim Hortons drive-thru woes

The City of Fredericton will spend $40,000 to direct motorists around a busy Tim Hortons in the latest move by a Canadian municipality to curb traffic headaches and other concerns caused by restaurant drive-thrus.

At a transportation committee meeting this week, councillors approved the plan to construct a "traffic circle" at the end of the street and introduce a bylaw banning left turns into the restaurant's drive-thru.

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