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Roads remain closed due to snow and ice

Due to several days of ice, snow and heavy rainfall police announced on Thursday morning that the following roads are still closed:

Prodromos – Troodos

Kelokedaros – Amargetis – Natas

Galataria – Salamiou

 

The Panayia – Asprogia, Panayia – Statos Ayios Fotios and Stroumbi – Tsada roads are slippery because of ice.

All roads around Troodos are also slippery, and the following are open only for four-wheel drives and vehicles with snow chains:

Limassol district:

Platres – Troodos

Karvounas – Troodos

Platres – Trooditissa

 

Morphou area:

Pedhoulas – Prodromos

Pedhoulas – Pinewood – Kakopetria

Prodromos – Lemithou

Prodromos – Trooditissa – Platres

Pedhoulas – Moutoulas

Pedhoulas – Kykkos

 

Nicosia district:

Fterikoudiou – Alona

Alona – Platanistasa

Palaichori – Farmaka

Farmaka – Odous

Farmaka – Gouriou

Polistypou – Lagoudera

Alona – Polistypou

Palaichori – Agros

Alona – Agros

Lagoudera – Chandria

Lazania – Macheras

Macheras  – Kioni

 

Open for all vehicles but slippery are the following roads:

 

Kalopanayiotis – Moutoulas

Ayios Dimitriou – Paliomylou – Lemithos – Kaminaria – Tris Elies

Kalopanayiotis – Geraki – Kykkos

Kakopetria  – Karvounas

Kambos – Stavros tis Psokas

 

The roads from Gouri to Lazania and Gouri to Fikardou are icy in several places.

On a different note, the department of public works announced that road works will start on the bridge of Mesa Gitonia on the motorway in Limassol.

During the works, which are expected to be completed on January 20, the bridge will be closed in the direction from Paphos to Nicosia and traffic will be channeled to the other side of the road where cars will travel in both directions.



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