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Location of Traffic Cameras in Paphos

Updated: 1 month ago
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Fines from cameras are always unexpected, so it's better to follow the principle "forewarned is forearmed".

The traffic cameras in Paphos capture speeding, running red lights, and crossing stop lines. However, if a violation is detected, the inspecting officer may additionally issue a fine for not wearing a seatbelt, using a phone, or a motorcyclist not wearing a helmet.

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Locations with Traffic Cameras in Paphos

Here are the locations of traffic monitoring cameras in Paphos.

  • 4 cameras at the intersection of Evropis Avenue and Giannou Kranidioti Street
  • 4 cameras at the intersection of Tassou Papadopoulou and Hellados Avenues
  • 4 cameras at the intersection of Spyrou Kyprianou Avenue and Agapinoros Street
  • 2 cameras at the intersection of Christodoulou Street and Aphion Avenue
  • 2 cameras at the intersection of Chloraka Avenue and Agiou Georgiou Street

Traffic Cameras in Paphos on the Map

On the map below, you can see the location of all the cameras.

How to Check Fines from Cameras

For fines issued by automatic violation detection systems, there is a dedicated number: 80008009. You will need to provide the following information: document number (passport or ID), surname and first name, and vehicle registration number.

Frequently Asked Questions about Driving in Cyprus

What are the fines in Cyprus?

The biggest ones are for running a red light, speeding, talking while driving, not wearing a seatbelt, and of course, driving under the influence. Read more in our article about fines in Cyprus.

Where to find the cheapest gasoline?

To save a bit, use the special service where you can check the current cost of gasoline at all gas stations in the country at the moment.

Can fines be paid online?

Fines can be paid online at the portal jccsmart.com. Of course, you need to have a valid bank card issued outside of Russia. Here is a step-by-step guide to paying fines online.

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