Traffic camera network cancels 11,000 fines  

Cyprus’ traffic camera network has run into a brick wall, as operators decided to recall 11,000 fines after admitting that cameras did not produce clear photos to identify offending vehicles. Transport Minister

Traffic cameras bogged down by complaints

Cyprus’ newly introduced traffic camera network operators cannot clear a backlog of 45,000 fines while offenders complain of being slapped with excessive penalties. So far, the four fixed cameras at a busy

Traffic camera operators swamped by fines

Cyprus’ traffic camera network was to be boosted with 16 more mobile and 20 fixed cameras installed in  April, but operators are trapped under a penalty backlog. The traffic camera operators, Conduent

Another 36 speed cameras to be deployed

From April, Cyprus’ traffic camera network will be enhanced with 16 more mobile and 20 fixed cameras installed in towns, while another 66 devices will be imported by the end of the

Traffic cameras issue first 6,000 tickets

The first batch of 6,000 tickets for driving offences recorded by the new traffic camera network was sent 40 days after the system went live, said Deputy traffic chief Harris Evripidou. In

Municipalities want to install traffic cameras

Municipalities want to install their own traffic cameras to monitor roads for offences like illegal parking within their jurisdiction, asking Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos to facilitate legal issues. Local authorities request that

Delay in speed camera fines

Motorists caught violating the highway code by newly introduced speed cameras have yet to receive their fine after almost one month since the network went live. According to Phileleftheros daily, police officials