Toronto's Speed Enforcement devices are catching thousands of reckless drivers in the act.\nAccording to the City of Toronto, the cameras issued a whopping 53,090 tickets between July 6 and November 30, 2020.\nEditor's Choice: 8 Shopping Hacks That Every Canadian With A Closet Full Of Lululemon Needs To Know\n\n\n\n\n5,404\n\n\nTickets issued at Renforth Drive near Lafferty Street\n\n\n\nThe data also revealed the city's most ticketed streets across the 6ix. \nRenforth Drive near Lafferty Street currently sits at the top of the list with 5,404 fines issued.\nIt seems that speeders have been a problem in this area since these tickets amount to 10% of all fines given. \nCaledonia Road north of Rogers Road comes in second place with 4,267 tickets issued. \nFollowed by Bicknell Avenue south of Avon Drive with 4,010. \nHowever, other streets seemed to be tamer than others. \nProspect Street east of Ontario Street saw the fewest tickets with only 10.\nFifty Toronto speed cameras were initially placed in various locations across the city back in July 2020.