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16 new cameras to monitor key intersections

Paphos introduces strict measures with traffic cameras


In a significant move to enhance road safety, Paphos Province will witness the expansion of its photo enforcement system, set to be operational from Monday, January 22, 2024.

This expansion includes the installation of 16 fixed cameras strategically positioned across five crucial intersections, with the overarching goal of mitigating severe and fatal road collisions.

Four of these cameras are now situated at the intersection of Europe, Giannis Kranidiotis, and Georgios Savvas avenues. Their primary focus is on monitoring and addressing violations such as disregarding red traffic signals, crossing white lines, and exceeding speed limits. This targeted approach aims to instill a sense of responsibility among drivers and improve overall road safety standards.

The scrutiny of traffic violations continues with an additional four devices placed at the junction of Ellados, Dimokratias, and Tassos Papadopoulos avenues. Simultaneously, four more cameras are operational at the intersection of Agion Anargyron and Spyrou Kyprianou with Agapinoros Street. Two devices each are strategically positioned at the junctures of Athenon and Christodoulos Sozos avenues, as well as Chlorakas and Griva Digeni avenues with Agiou Georgiou Street.

It's noteworthy that Paphos Province has already implemented mobile cameras for speed control, indicating a proactive approach to road safety.

The overarching objective of this initiative is not only the reduction of severe and fatal road collisions but also fostering a heightened awareness of responsible driving practices throughout the country. As these cameras become operational, Paphos Province takes a significant step forward in its commitment to creating safer roadways and instilling a culture of responsible driving.

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