Four electronic signs that will be placed in highways will guide the drivers regarding the time needed for the trip, possible queues, accidents, and so forth.
Then in the coming eight months another 20 signs will be placed. At a fist stage the main road network of Nicosia will be covered. The relevant agreement provides for the installation of 21 cameras monitoring road network and 14 traffic counters.
Transport Minister Giannis Karousos said that the target is to increase security, the immediate response to any incident, and the information of drivers in order to make the correct choices about the route they will follow.
The full coverage of Cyprus’s network will be achieved in the next three years and will be financed by the Resilience and Recovery Fund.