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Police seize ten motorcycles in stepped-up traffic safety operation

limassol traffic police
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Police confiscated ten large capacity motorcycles in Limassol on Monday in an ongoing stepped-up operation aimed at reducing fatal and serious road collisions, as well as noise nuisance.

As part of the operation, Limassol traffic police carried out controls 8 am-6 pm Monday in the city of Limassol, as well as in locations where fatal road collisions had occurred in the past.

During the traffic controls, ten large capacity motorcycles were confiscated, and 51 fines were issued for various traffic offences.

Targeted traffic controls continue 24 hours a day in the entire road network throughout Cyprus.

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