Cyprus recorded the lowest number of road deaths in 2022 since the establishment of the Republic in 1960, according to the police. With 2022 now over, Cyprus traffic police confirmed 37 deaths
Cypriot motorists, tired of driving into potholes with their vehicles, can now alert the authorities of any problems on the roads via an online application suitably dubbed FixCyprus. The app, designed by
Last month, a law regulating the use of electric scooters is not expected to have any practical effect, as a lack of infrastructure and communication with the public render legislation redundant. As
Cyprus’ traffic camera network moves out of its pilot phase after being bogged down by an excess backlog of fines and complaints, with another 20 stationary and 16 mobile cameras to be
Fatal accidents are rising this year, with 13 people losing their lives on Cyprus roads, increasing 62.5% compared to the same period last year when eight died. The latest victim was a
A bill regulating electric scooters has caused a stir in parliament, as it dictates; they are not driven on roads or pavements, with some MPs claiming the legislation essentially bans their use.
Many luxury cars are on Cyprus’ roads on temporary license plates without being registered, with the state losing thousands of euros in registration fees and road tax. According to a Politis daily,
Cyprus is rated as the 25th most dangerous place on the planet to drive a car, according to the World Health Organisation. According to a recent report on road traffic injuries compiled
Work will get underway next year to improve the Nicosia-Palaichori road. This project will boost development in the nearby communities of the Pitsillia region, according to Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos. Speaking at
Nicosia is looking forward to a bumper 2021 as the capital expects its fair share of new development and infrastructure projects that will see it undergo its biggest makeover in recent history.