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Traffic cameras to be rolled out in coming weeks, 6 more to start on Monday

Traffic Cameras
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A number of traffic cameras will become operational across Cyprus starting Monday, police warned on Sunday.

Those at the crossings between Limassol Avenue and Armenias, as well as Prodromou with Griva Digeni in Nicosia will start working on Monday, as will another four to be used across the country.

Anyone caught violating the law will be reported.

By the end of March, cameras in Limassol at the crossings between Makarios avenue with Nikou Pattihi as well as Makarios Avenue and Ayia Zoni will also start working.

Another four mobile traffic cameras will start going into use, police added.

By mid-April, the plan is another two cameras will be operational in Nicosia, one at the crossing between Strovolos Avenue with Machera street, and the other between Makarios Avenue with the Spyrou Kyprianou and Digeni Akrita avenues.

A further four cameras will go into use across the country, police added.

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