About 5 pm yesterday, a 34 year old, while driving his motorcycle Archbishop Makarios III Avenue in Kyperounta, lost control and hit the ground then hit the front lower part of a parked van.
The 34-year old initially transferred to Hospital Kyperounta and then to Nicosia General Hospital, where he underwent surgery. He was transferred to the intensive care unit for further treatment.
He is in a serious condition
THE use of mobile phones while driving is such a common sight that 95% of us see other motorists doing it on a regular basis.
Source: Use of phones a commonplace sight on our roads, despite being illegal for 13 years | Cars | Life & Style | Daily Express
Three drivers have been caught speeding at up to 230km/h on the Limassol to Nicosia highway.
Source: 230km/h highway speed demons caught – InCyprus
An elderly woman has died after being hit by a car as she was attempting to cross a Limassol street and an elderly man left fighting for his life after also being hit by a different car close by.
Source: Elderly pedestrian killed in Limassol – InCyprus
A 35-year-old woman was fined for driving almost double the speed limit while her child was in the car without a seatbelt and not in a proper baby seat, police said on Friday. She had been caught a day earlier on the Zygi to Maroni road driving at 120km/h rather than the legally permitted 65 […]
Source: Speeding mum fined – Cyprus Mail Cyprus Mail
State coffers have swelled by €1.3 million since 2009 from revenue generated by the online auctioning of number plates announced the Department of Road Transport.
Source: Numberplate auctions swell state coffers – InCyprus
The Public Works Department has announced that part of popular Stasinou Avenue in Nicosia will be temporarily closed off on May 5.
Source: Stasinou Avenue in temporary closure – InCyprus
The Fire Service has rescued a woman and her young child from a Limassol district cliff side after their car veered off the road and fell 50 metres.
Source: Mother and child rescued from cliff-plunge car – InCyprus
Two teenagers are being treated in hospital after the car they were traveling in overturned in the Paphos village of Geroskippou.
Source: Teenagers hurt in Paphos crash – InCyprus
In the 24 hour period from the 23rd and 24th April, checks carried out all over Cyprus revealed 662 traffic offences, 518 were for speeding.
Also there were 717 alcohol tests given with 51 that were positive, resulting in charges of driving under the influence of alcohol.