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Limassol installs 5 new cameras to tackle traffic offenses

Road safety intensifies: Limassol unveils additional surveillance


The light detection system has been expanded with the addition of five new fixed cameras, which became operational today, Monday 29 April, in two more locations within the Limassol district.

According to a police update, the primary objective remains the reduction of serious and fatal road collisions.

Specifically, three cameras have been installed at the intersection of King Georgiou A' Avenue and Chrystakis Kranou Avenue. These cameras will monitor violations related to running red lights, crossing the white line, and exceeding the speed limit. Additionally, two other devices will oversee similar violations at the intersection of Archbishop Makariou II Avenue and 28th October Avenue.

It is worth noting that mobile cameras are already deployed for speed enforcement in the Limassol district, while fixed cameras are already operational at the following locations:

- Intersection of Avenue Fr. Roosevelt and Avenue Omonia
- Intersection of Avenue Nikos Pattichi and Spyrou Kyprianou Avenue
- Intersection of 28th October Avenue and Iakovos Tombazis Avenue
- Intersection of Avenue Arch. Makarios C' and Avenue Agia Zoni
- Junction of Avenue Amathus opposite Hotel Arsinoe
- Confluence of Avenue Amathus and Ariadne Street
- Vertical Port Road, K. Polemidia

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