Transport Minister Alexis Vafeades has announced an ambitious plan to introduce over 100 smart traffic lights across Nicosia and Limassol. The project, estimated to cost €7.2 million plus tax, will be co-funded by the EU’s Thalia 2021–2027 program.
Minister Vafeades revealed that these intelligent traffic lights will mark a departure from the traditional fixed-timing system. Instead, they will dynamically adjust their timing based on real-time road conditions.
Here are the key highlights of this groundbreaking initiative:
Minister Vafeades emphasized that this transformative project is on the horizon, with preparations underway for the tender process. As Cyprus embraces smart technology, these adaptive traffic lights promise to enhance safety, reduce travel time, and create a more efficient urban environment.
The future of traffic management in Cyprus looks promising, with these smart lights poised to revolutionize the way we navigate our cities. 🚦🌟
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