CPT Cyprus Public Transport Services and Operations Ltd (hereinafter “CPT”, “we”, “ours”) recognises and respects the visitor’s/ user’s rights to privacy in accordance to applicable legislation. We ensure you that with the current Privacy Policy and Policy of Personal Data (hereinafter “Policy”), we respect and fully comply with the European Regulation for the Protection of the Personal Data (ΕΕ 679/2016 (“Protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data”, hereinafter “Regulation”) and the relevant Law 125/I/2018 of the Cypriot Democracy.

Basic Principles

CPT is bound to comply with Article 5 of the Regulation, and fully respect the Principles which govern the process of the personal data. More specifically, personal data are:

  • processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to the data subject (‘lawfulness, fairness and transparency’);
  • collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes(‘purpose limitation’);
  • adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed (‘data minimisation’); 
  • accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date; every reasonable step must be taken to ensure that personal data that are inaccurate, having regard to the purposes for which they are processed, are erased or rectified without delay (‘accuracy’);
  • kept in a form which permits identification of data subjects for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed (‘storage limitation’); 
  • processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures (‘integrity and confidentiality’).

The process and protection of a visitor’s/user’s personal data is governed by the terms of this Policy, as well as by the relevant provisions of national and European Legislation, which is currently in effect that relate to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data. In all events, CPT reserves the right to change the terms of personal data protection, whenever it is deemed necessary, always according to the relevant legal framework in force. Website users are kindly requested to check the terms of use at a regular basis for possible changes. Continuous use of the website by the visitors/users, it is implied that visitors/users accept all possible amendments to these terms.

Use of Personal Data

Any kind of personal data as well as any other information, is collected by the website, only when the visitors/users themselves provide it willingly and are being used exclusively to facilitate online services. Under no circumstance CPT will make available for sell or rent, or in any other way will transfer or make public to third parties, the personal data of visitors/users of the website, without their prior consent. Exception to the above, is the event of when the publication of data is explicitly requested for legal purposes in which case it will be given solely and exclusively to the relevant authorities. CPT may process part or all the data, which visitors/users have voluntarily sent for statistics-keeping purposes and in order to improve the services and information provided.

Therefore, the information we gather is used solely for the purposes and in the ways described in this Policy and only in full implementation of and compliance with relevant Cypriot legislation and, particularly, with Law 125/I/2018, as well as I full compliance with the European Regulation for the “Protection of  Personal Data”, EC 679/2016 (“Regulation”), which are related to the purpose and object of CPT’s business activities.


Minors have access to our website only with the consent of a parent/guardian. In any case, if you consider our present policy inadequate please send us your views by e-mail to the following address

Intellectual Property Rights

Apart from explicitly stated exceptions (third party intellectual rights), all of the website’s content (which indicatively but not restrictively includes texts, graphics, images, maps, diagrams, bus lines, routes, etc.) is the intellectual property of CPT, and is protected by the relevant provisions of national, EU and international law. CPT holds all the intellectual property rights of the content of the website and of any copies created based on it. The website’s content is provided to visitors/users for personal use only. Any other use requires the previous written explicit permission of the owner or the holder of the intellectual property rights. Visitors/users must understand and accept that they are not permitted to modify, sell, resell or exploit the content of the website, in any way, in part or in whole. Other products or services referred to in the website’s pages which carry the trademarks of organisations, companies, partner agencies-bodies, unions or publications, are the intellectual and industrial property of those bodies and those bodies have the relevant responsibility of their trademarks. 

Cookies Policy

CPT may collect personal recognition data from users of the website, by using relevant technologies, such as cookies and/or monitoring IP addresses. Visitors/users have the option to block the relevant cookies’ function on their browser so that cookies are not stored on their computer’s hard disc or, alternatively, they may request their browser to inform them every time a website requests to store or read cookies on and/or from their hard drive, so that they may allow or block such action. Cookies are used to facilitate the visitor/user’s use of specific services, as well as for statistical purposes in order to define areas which are useful or popular with the aim of improving the services offered through a specific webpage.  If the visitor/user of the specific services and pages does not want to be identified through the use of cookies, they will not be able to further access these services.


All the information in this website is provided on an “as is” and “as released” basis. Although CPT makes every effort to assure that the information provided in its website is accurate, complete, precise and updated, it provides no guarantee, explicit or not, concerning the validity, accuracy, integrity, currency or appropriateness of this content for any use, application or purpose. CPT will not be liable, directly or indirectly, for any actual or consequential damages/losses, negligence or any other tortious action, arising out of or in connection to the visit/use of this website.

CPT makes every possible effort to ensure the smooth functioning of its website, although it does not guarantee that  its pages, services and content will be provided at all times, without interruption, without errors, free of viruses or other similar elements, or that errors will be corrected or that answers will be given to all questions posed. As a result, CPT is not responsible for any possible interruption of the function of the website and the services provided therein, or for any kind of damage caused to the visitor/user by its discontinued function. 

CPT provides the option of access to third party websites via relevant links which have been set up exclusively to facilitate visitors/users to the website. The use of these links does not constitute an indication of CPT’s approval or acceptance of the content of the relevant websites and CPT is not responsible for any loss or damage that may be caused by using these links to other websites, or for the content of the webpages, or for their privacy protection practices or for the accuracy of the material that exists in them, or for the way they manage their online visitors.

Use of the website presumes that the visitor has read, understood and accepted all the terms and conditions of use, as well as the Privacy Policy for Personal Data and Cookies. In the event that, visitors/users do not agree with the terms of use set out in the present document, they are obligated not to use the services and content of this website. The current website may change the terms of use at any time and visitors should regularly check for possible changes. As long as they continue to use the services and content of this website, it is implied that you accept the terms of use, otherwise you are obliged to forgo using or visiting the website.

If you have ascertained any problems or issues in the content of this website that touch on legal or ethical matters, please notify us at - so they may be dealt with.