Ministry of Transport is promoting a bill with new measures to improve road safety in Cyprus. The bill was approved by the cabinet has been submitted to the parliament and if voted will be in effect within 2017. Here’s what it includes: The introduction of narco-test for drivers. The Ministry of Transport has already allocated […]
Caution should be taken when driving to Troodos due to the heavy snow fall the past 24 hours. According to a police report this morning the road Pedoulas – Pinewood – Kakopetria, is open only for 4×4 vehicles or vehicles equipped with snow chains. The roads Platania – Karvounas, Pedoulas – Pedoulas and Prodromos – Kampos – Kykkos are open […]
At traffic police check point, in Paphos on Saturday police officers were shocked when they realized that a car they stopped was being driven by a 12 year old. More surprising was the fact that in the car passengers were also his 58 year old father and 47 year old mother. The father of the […]
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a civilian against Hermes Airports Ltd because his car was clamped down at the Paphos Airport, which is operated by the company. The lawsuit was made possible after advice by the Attorney General that private agencies are not entitled to impose fines on citizens. The plaintiff claims […]
Even though the economic situation in Cyprus doesn’t seem to be getting any better (some would argue its getting worse), car sales continue to increase. According to the Cyprus Statistical Service, private saloon-type car sales increased by 30.2% (10120 cars registered) during the first 7 months of 2014 compared to the same period last year. […]
An unknown man speaking in an English dialect, attempted to rob a stationary car while the victim was sitting at the driver’s seat.
Ministry of Communication and the Association of Municipalities are discussing ways of lifting cars which are parked in main avenues causing traffic problems.