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 […]
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 […]
UPDATE: The system will become fully operational on 2nd June 2014. From that date and onwards violators will be fined. On Monday the new traffic cameras system will be put in operation on trial basis in Griva Digeni avenue in Nicosia. Warning signs about the new system and the speed limit have already been installed. […]
By the end of March 2014 a telematic system covering Nicosia’s road network will become operational. The aim of the system is to assist in the improvement of the traffic conditions of Cyprus’s road network and provide traffic information to the public. It will initially be based on 28 sensors which will continuasly record journey […]
At around 16:30 yesterday during a police patrol in Polis Chrysochous an 8 year old girl was caught driving an old car accompanied by her father. The vehicle was stopped for check when the traffic police noticed the ‘size’ of the driver. To their surprise the police officers realized that the 8 year old was […]
Ministry of Communication and the Association of Municipalities are discussing ways of lifting cars which are parked in main avenues causing traffic problems.