Resurfacing in Żabbar

Maintenance work in Triq il-Mina ta’ Hompesch Ħaż-Żabbar

Transport Malta will carry out extensive road maintenance in Triq il-Mina ta’ Hompesch Ħaż-Żabbar between tonight and Thursday 6th April 2017. For this reason, the road will be closed to traffic as follows:

Between Thursday 30 and Friday 31 March from 19:00hrs to 05:30hrs
Between Friday 31 March and Saturday 1 April from 18:30hrs to 05:30hrs
Between Monday 3 and Thursday 6 April from 20:30hrs to 05:30hrs


Drivers are advised to use alternative routes, drive carefully and follow instructions by officials on site.

 

Works in Attard continue

Road works in Triq L-Imdina Ħ’Attard

Maintenance work in part of Triq L-Imdina Ħ’Attard direction to Marsa, will continue tonight between 21:00hrs and 05:00hrs, weather permitting.

During works, this part of the road will be closed to traffic.  Public transport will not be affected.

Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes, drive carefully and follow instructions by officials on site.

Milestone for Kappara

Road Maintenance in Attard

Road works in Triq L-Imdina Ħ’Attard

Transport Malta will carry out maintenance work in part of Triq L-Imdina Ħ’Attard direction to Marsa, tonight between 21:00hrs and 05:00hrs, weather permitting.

During works this part of the road will be closed to traffic.  Public transport and emergency services will not be affected.

Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes, drive carefully and follow instructions by officials on site.

Barricades in front of Bieb il-Bombi

Barricades in front of Bieb il-Bombi for pedestrian safety

Transport Malta will be installing barricades on the central strip of Triq Nazzjonali, Floriana, to direct pedestrians in using the subway to cross the road.  

Despite the appropriately built subway numerous pedestrians opt to perilously cross multiple lanes.  Transport Malta’s intervention is designed to reduce the risk accidents in one of the busiest roads in Malta. 

Ministry officials are cleaning the subway each day and the Ministry has recently installed security cameras to help improve safety for users.

Transport Malta urges drivers to keep on the lookout, adhere to road signs and instructions from officials on site for the safety of workers. The works to install the barricades will start tonight and will be carried out throughout the week, between 20:00 and 03:00 each night to minimise disruption.  The road will not be closed.

Kappara: March Update

Works in Gżira

Maintenance works in Triq ix-Xatt il-Gżira

Transport Malta will carry out maintenance works in parts of Triq ix-Xatt il-Gżira direction to Sliema.  Works will be carried out during the night between 21:00hrs and 05:00hrs, starting tomorrow Tuesday until Saturday 18th March 2017.

During works, this part of the road will be closed to traffic.  Drivers are advised to drive carefully, follow instructions by officials on site and seek alternative routes.

Works in Floriana

Maintenance works in Triq Nazzjonali l-Furjana

Transport Malta will resume maintenance works in part of Triq Nazzjonali Floriana direction to the Port.  This part of the road will be closed to traffic tomorrow during the day from 09:00hrs onwards.

Drivers are advised to drive carefully and seek alternative routes.

Avoid Azure Window Area

Notice to Mariners to keep safe distance from the former Azure Window

Transport Malta, together with the Environmental Resources Authority and the Malta Tourism Authority declare the former Azure window site as a cautionary area for mariners, scuba divers and bathers.

Mariners, scuba divers and bathers are advised to keep a safe distance from the area, in the interest of public safety and until the required surveys and inspections have been carried out to ensure safety and conservation concerns have been mitigated.

The Ports and Yachting Directorate within Transport Malta, has issued a notice to mariners to caution mariners when approaching the site around the former Azure window in Dwejra. The recent collapse of the Azure window has caused a change in seabed and coastal topography of this area and is thus un-surveyed.

Mariners are advised not to navigate in the area.