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Six traffic surveillance cameras have recorded about 60,000 violations since January, but the details are slow.

Six recently installed traffic cameras on the island recorded about 60,000 violations, but Philenews reported on Tuesday that only about 15,000 fines have been imposed so far.

The traffic camera network system was “up and running” in Cyprus on January 1st.

According to insiders, authorities are concerned that the late payment of fines outside the court will make it difficult to meet the legal schedule.

At the same time, four fixed and four mobile cameras continue to record driver violations daily.

At a meeting under the Minister of Transport last month, the company that installs and manages network systems promised that most of them would be shipped by the end of May.

The law stipulates that a fine should be paid within 180 days of the recorded violation.

https://in-cyprus.philenews.com/six-traffic-cameras-record-some-60000-violations-since-january-but-fine-process-is-slow/ Six traffic surveillance cameras have recorded about 60,000 violations since January, but the details are slow.

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