Police chief Bill Blair is reiterating his interest in photo radar and says it's a way to reduce gridlock.
He told Newstalk 1010's John Tory in January that technology is the most efficient way to enforce the speed laws.
At the Canadian Club of Toronto today, Blair said photo radar can be used to not only catch drivers who are running red lights, but also those who make illegal turns
He says that gridlock is a serious issue in the city and the way to fix that is putting more cameras at red lights.
"I often think, boy, traffic's bad. Somebody should do something about this," Blair says.
He says he would want the cameras to help catch those who run red lights, make illegal turns and block intersections.
Blair will join John Tory at 4:50 p.m. today to discuss photo radar.