Entries by Stanley Agius

Traffic counts in Msida

Crowd Net has taken video footage for traffic counts purposes in Msida on the 3rd and 6th July. Further counts at the same junctions will be taking place next Wednesday 17th July at: · Junction A – Valley Road j/w slip road from Regional Road · Junction B – Valley Road j/w slip road to […]

Traffic counts in Mosta

Crowd Net Ltd. would like to inform the public in general that video cameras will be placed at the following locations in Mosta, on Wednesday 10th July and Saturday 13th July, for traffic counting purposes: Junction A: Roundabout at Triq Valletta j/w Vjal il-Labour Junction B: Triq Pantar j/w Triq Valletta Junction C: Triq Pantar […]

CMA CGM migrates its entire fleet to the Malta Flag

Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg visited Transport Malta offices where he gave an update about the Merchant Ship Register within the same Authority. He said that this register forms a great part of this Authority, and that the success recently achieved by our country in the maritime industry is the result […]

Malta Maritime Summit 2020 launched – The Voice of the Industry

Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg launched the theme for the Malta Maritime Summit, which will be organised in Malta for the third time in October 2020, after two successful editions in 2016 and 2018, a summit which will have the theme ‘The Voice of the Industry’. Last year, more than 300 […]

Traffic counts in Msida

Crowd Net Ltd. will place video cameras at the following locations in Msida, on Wednesday 3rd July and Saturday 6th July, for traffic counting purposes: Junction A – Valley Road j/w slip road from Regional Road Junction B –  Valley Road j/w slip road to Regional Road Junction C – Regional Road j/w slip road […]

The Malta Road Safety Council meets the President

The Malta Road Safety Council met his Excellency George Vella, the President of Malta. They discussed the council’s work, the state of road safety in Malta and explored different ways on how the Council and the President’s office could cooperate in the future. The President and the Council agreed to meet regularly. The President augured […]

Dangerous boulders removed

Transport Malta removed dangerous concrete boulders from Ħondoq Bay, the picturesque Gozo Bay overlooking Comino, yesterday morning. The boulders were a potential danger for divers who could hit the boulders when jumping off the shore. The boulders ended up at the bay following one of the major storms that have hit the islands over the […]

Memorandum of Understanding between Transport Malta and Brazilian Authorities about air services

Yesterday, representatives from the Civil Aviation Directorate within Transport Malta met with their Brazilian counterparts in Lisbon, Portugal, and signed a Memorandum of Understanding on air services and cooperation between the aeronautical authorities of both countries. The ddelegations also initiated an Air Services Agreement between the respective Governments. By means of this Memorandum, both sides […]

50 swimmer zones for Summer

“As summer has begun, the beach and leisure season, it is important to enjoy ourselves responsibly and in a way that does not put us or others in danger,” said Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and capital Projects Ian Borg while he was launching the second part of the ‘Be Safe at Sea’ campaign, promoting responsible […]

Memorandum of Understanding between Transport Malta and The Port System Authority of the Eastern Sicilian Sea

Earlier today Transport Malta signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Port System Authority of the Eastern Sicilian Sea. The aim of this agreement is to strengthen the relationship between both parties due to the fact that both authorities are responsible for the respective ports. The Parties shall collaborate to provide safe, secure and efficient […]