The two bills and the regulations related to the operation of the new photo-labeling system occupied yesterday's parliamentary Committee on Transport, with the deputies almost having completed the debate, in order to establish the legal framework and put the system into operation.
The meeting was answered by the competent clarifications requested by MPs and exchanged views, with the chairman of the Committee, Marino Mousioutta, stating that “the Committee will implement the schedule set and before October 25 the legislation will be before the Plenary Session of the Parliament for to be voted, so that the implementation of the system, which aims to prevent and reduce the accidents that occur on the Cypriot roads, proceed smoothly, on a pilot basis “.
This system has already been installed at the intersection of Griva Digeni Avenue with Demosthenes Severis Avenue in Nicosia and in the first phase will operate on a pilot basis from October 25 for a period of one month. This means that the violations will be normally recorded by the cameras however instead of a fine, a warning note will be sent to the violators. The installation of the system is expected to be completed in one year, where a total of 90 cameras will have been installed, in 23 locations throughout Cyprus.
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