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Vehicle and licences; from Floriana to Paola

The vehicle and licensing units of Transport Malta are moving from Floriana to A3 Towers in Paola, on Monday.

Clients who want to register, transfer, garage or scrap a vehicle must visit Transport Malta’s new offices in Triq l-Arkata, Paola.

Clients who need to apply for the driver’s license or renew it must also go to Paola.

Driving licence tests will remain in Floriana.


For the first time Transport Malta will have a dedicated office for customer care.  The Authority is also providing better parking facilities with an area close to Addolorata Cemetery’s parking lot.

The authority is working on a programme to have more of its services available online.  The public can use more of Transport Malta’ s services from the comfort of their homes.

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Resurfacing of Kirkop Junction

Transport Malta will resurface Kirkop Junction.  Works will start tonight and continue the following night. On both nights, works will start at 20:30 and finish early in the morning to minimise traffic disruption.

The junction will remain accessible to vehicles but parts of the carriageways will be restricted at different times.  

Kindly avoid the area when possible. Follow the temporary signs and official’s instructions.

Works in Swieqi

Transport Malta have commissioned works on the service road of Triq il-Qasam, Swieqi to improve the traffic flow. Contractor will start works tomorrow morning.

No parking will be allowed along the road.  Traffic going through Triq Sant’ Andrija in Pembroke will not be affected. 

Kindly follow temporary signs, official’s instructions and drive carefully.

Geotechnical Investigations in Kappara

Kappara contractor will be extracting earth core samples from Triq Mikiel Anton Vassalli, during the night.  Geologists will then conduct geotechnical investigations on the samples to help project engineers during the construction phase of Kappara project.  The investigations determine the earth composition beneath the surface.

The contractor will be drilling after 20:30 to cause the least traffic disruption.  Personnel will be drilling different sections in phases.  One lane will be closed tonight and each night possibly till Thursday.

Kindly follow temporary traffic signs and official’s instructions while going through the area.  Observe the speed limit and be aware of workers on site. 

Making it easier for business

Transport Malta committed itself to expedite the process of setting up shop in Malta, this weekend.  The Authority, together with Government Departments and other entities, signed an agreement during the winding up of Public Service Week.  The  theme was \’Investing in People\’.


Prime Minister Joseph Muscat talked about the World Bank\’s report, \’Ease of Doing Business\’. The report is a measure standard of national economies that facilitates setting up shop in the respective countries.  The Prime Minister referred to how Malta continuously fared badly according to this scale. He said that the contrast  between a strong local economy and the negative classification sounds the need for drastic and urgent action.  The efficiency of public service,  bureaucracy and upkeep of senseless procedures result in unnecessary delays and expenses both for enterprises and for the people.  Thus, he asked the principal permanent secretary and Malta Enterprise  to prepare a report on improving the situation within two years.

The Prime Minister referred to a number of changes within public service, among which the creation of regional one stop shops and the introduction of mystery shoppers to judge on the efficiency of service given by various Government Departments.  The introduction of mobile apps in March next year will render a more professional service and the public will be served faster.  He mentioned the next step in Government technology where a person will only submit her details once for Government services and will not have to resubmit for every department.


Anything that can be measured can be improved. Hence the introduction of  a standard measure for Government Departments, said Mr. Cutajar. So that Public Service will be aware of what it is offering and where it can improve. He mentioned the effort to reduce excessive bureaucracy and the monitoring of all introduced measures.  He concluded that Public Service will keep on renewing itself to offer a better quality of service both for public officers and the public.

Resurfacing in Castille Square

The Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation will resurface part of the upper part of Triq Pope Pius V.  

The upper part of Castille Square and Triq Pope Pius V, before the parking area of the Central Bank, will be closed to traffic from 18:00hrs to 23:00hrs.

Motorists are advised to remove their cars from the parking area before 18:00hrs.