The municipality of Nicosia recently announced the opening of four new parking lots in the old part of the city. Now residents and guests of the city have access to 114 additional parking spaces in the center of the capital.
The creation of new parking lots in the historic center of Nicosia is part of an overall effort to modernize and revitalize life within the walls, said Assistant District Officer at Nicosia District Administration Andreas Hadjipakkos.
He added that such projects are aimed at creating an accessible and convenient infrastructure for residents and guests of the capital.
New parking lots are located:
- At the intersection of Trikoupi and Liasidou Streets, there are 54 parking spaces available, of which 5 are reserved for people with disabilities.
- On Trikupi Street (west side) - 15 parking spaces, including two for disabled people.
- On Trikupi street (east side) - 9 parking spaces.
- On Trikupi Street - an extension of the existing parking lot with 36 spaces, of which 3 are reserved for people with disabilities.
According to the municipality, the total cost of creating four new parking lots was about 370 thousand euros.
The Mayor of Nicosia, Constantinos Yiorkadjis, noted that the lack of parking is the main problem of the city, especially its historical part. Fortunately, it has now been finally resolved. Yiorkadjis stressed that such projects are very important, as they are directly related to other projects that have been implemented or are being implemented in the old part of the city and are aimed at revitalizing this area.
“Meeting the needs of our residents and visitors to Nicosia is a top priority for the municipality,” said Yiorkadjis.
He added that the local authorities intend to continue efforts to revitalize the old city, especially within the walls, creating the necessary infrastructure and conditions for attracting investments to convince stakeholders that the area has potential.
As you may know, earlier the municipality of the city announced subsidies for the restoration of historic buildings in Nicosia, and also launched a program of state support for business development in the old city.
Yiorkadjis noted that the municipality is constantly improving the infrastructure of the city by means of street repairs and restoration of buildings. In addition, he mentioned that the municipality promotes entrepreneurship, innovation and culture, as this remains the key axis of the municipality's strategy for developing the city within the walls.
Our ultimate goal is to attract large investments to our region. We strive to forge closer ties between scientists, entrepreneurs and local authorities to foster culture, innovation and creativity, as well as support the business community through the transfer of knowledge, training and technology solutions to accelerate economic growth, concluded Yiorkadjis.
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