Cyprus’ newly introduced speed camera network has caught over 5,000 offending drivers in the first nine days since officially penalising motorists from 1 January. The network was introduced on 25 October, but
From 1 January, motorists caught violating the highway code by the newly introduced traffic camera system will have fines sent to their homes. Currently, the network is live with four fixed speed
Authorities will place signs warning motorists of speed limits and the operation of new traffic cameras being installed in the coming months. A joint announcement by the Transport, Justice and Innovation ministers
After 14 years away, speed cameras are officially back on the island as the newly re-introduced traffic monitoring network went live on Monday. In comments to website Philenews, assistant traffic police chief
Cyprus is edging closer to reinstating speed cameras after dismantling the national traffic camera network in 2007 due to technical and legal hiccups, as authorities plan to launch the system in October.
Re-introducing speed cameras on Cyprus’ roads will save lives by reducing road accidents while bringing down the social costs of traffic incidents which amounted to €210 mln in 2019. Thirteen years after
Thirteen years after dismantling its national traffic camera network due to technical and legal hiccups, Cyprus signed a €34 mln deal on Monday for cameras to be gradually operational from next June.
Cyprus’ fledgeling film industry, dubbed Olivewood, is slowly getting back on track after the coronavirus outbreak and difficulties faced with the government’s incentive scheme have been overcome. Following the successful completion of