Grace period for new speed cameras ends

Fines registered by four new additions to the island’s traffic camera network will be enforced from 6 June, as the grace period ends. Traffic cameras at four fixed points in Nicosia and

Traffic cameras record 180,000 violations

Cyprus’ traffic camera network has registered over 180,000 fines for road violations since the system came online last year, police said. In comments to Phileleftheros daily, the deputy head of the Traffic

More cameras come online

Another three sets of traffic cameras will go live in early May, following a month’s delay due to technical issues, as the network expands outside the capital for the first time. A

Flexible hours for civil servants to ease traffic

The House passed legislation tweaking public servants’ working hours, proposed by the Transport Ministry to alleviate traffic congestion in urban centres during rush hour. According to the changes, civil servants can now

More traffic cameras go online

Cyprus’ traffic camera network has added another two in operation at busy junctions in the capital as of Monday, with four mobile units totalling eight. Another two fixed cameras at Limassol junctions

Transport minister vows to ease traffic gridlock

Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos pledges to significantly reduce traffic congestion on Cyprus roads with various measures and initiatives. In an interview with CNA, Karousos said that traffic at the entry point of

Smart traffic lights for Nicosia, Limassol

The Transport Ministry is launching a tender to introduce smart traffic light systems to ease worsening congestion in the island’s two largest cities, Nicosia and Limassol. This project is estimated to cost

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