COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Soon there may be fewer abandoned or inoperable cars on the streets of Columbus.

In social media posts Thursday, Columbus police say they will be launching a “tow and stow” program for such vehicles starting next week. Police say that they received over 11,000 requests to move such vehicles in 2021.

“This is a friendly reminder to move abandoned/inoperable vehicles from city streets,” the Facebook post reads, “before we do.”

More details are expected Friday.