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MISSISSAUGA: Ontario will open two new Drivetest Centres in Mississauga and Markham to deal with the rush and extend service hours at high-demand centres. A government press release said the Mississauga centre in summer 2018 will serve about 300,000 customers and reduce wait-times at seven other centres. The Markham centre will serve about 100,000 customers and reduce wait-times at eight nearby centres by 2019. The release says that more staff and longer hours will be available at 13 high-demand DriveTest Centres in the province.
The centres at Brampton, Etobicoke, Newmarket, Downsview, Hamilton, Toronto Metro East, Ottawa Walkley, Kitchener and Port Union locations will remain open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays, starting from December 18. The Oakville, Windsor, and Orangeville locations will also be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays by the end of January 2018, and on Saturdays starting February 3, says the press release. The London centre will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays by the end of January.
There will also be a no-wait dropbox service for some medical reporting transactions at 25 dive centres in the province to avoid waiting in line for these services. A new Ontario Drive app will help prepare new drivers for their G1 written test.
The Ministry of Transportation is looking at options to reduce wait-times and better serve customers across Ontario. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, was quoted as saying, “We know that people in Ontario deserve better levels of service at our DriveTest locations. That’s why our government is taking action to reduce wait times by adding new DriveTest Centres, extending hours of operation, and committing to service enhancements to help people access the services they need faster.”
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