Entries by Stanley Agius

TM’s Ryan at the Pisa Half Marathon

A new personal record A few weeks ago, Ryan Spiteri from Transport Malta’s Small Ships Register participated in Pisa’s Half marathon. The Authority supported Ryan’s venture in a bid to encourage more employees in engaging in sports activities and thus help enjoy a healthier lifestyle. The following is Ryan’s account of his participation. Following my […]

First Malta Cabin Crew Meeting

The Civil Aviation Directorate within Transport Malta organised a meeting for cabin crew representatives of airlines registered in Malta. Among other topics, they discussed human trafficking, dangerous goods and regulation updates. The meeting served to build a community among Malta-registered-airlines to better help safeguard passenger safety.

A Christmas Story

Road Safety Campaign during the Festive Season Transport Malta is officially launching the Annual Christmas Campaign. Since several enjoy a few alcoholic drinks during the festive season, there is a greater risk of drivers under the influence on our roads. Unfortunately, a number take risks because they believe that they are still fit to drive […]

Transport Malta employee suspended

In the past hours, Transport Malta has suspended one of its employees, following a witness deposition given in court earlier today, during the proceedings in relation to the murder of Mrs Caruana Galizia. The suspension is effective immediately.

TM teams in Super League Triathlon

A team from Transport Malta participated in the Super League Triathlon events held in Malta last month. They managed to rank fourth out of fourteen teams in the Corporate Enduro Event, missing the podium by just a few seconds. The Authority sponsored their participation. What is the Super League Triathlon? The event was first organised […]

International Conference on Cargo handling in Malta

International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA) is holding a conference in Malta. Minister Dr Ian Borg and Mr Joseph Bugeja, Transport Malta’s Chairperson and CEO were among the first speakers. The Malta Freeport is hosting this conference with the theme vision 20/20. The conference is discussing new rules and new technology in the world of […]

Connecting Transport Malta with the I-gaming Industry

Transport Malta supported by the GamingMalta Foundation and iGEN (iGaming European Network) hosted representatives of the iGaming industry in its offices in Ħal Lija. Through the networking event, the Authority started a process of outreach with the ex-pat community to, on one side learn from the different commuting experiences and solutions explored abroad and on […]

Sharing the road with cyclists

Leave Space When Overtaking Cyclists Drivers, overtaking a cyclist can be dangerous. Be patient and overtake only when there is plenty of room available. 1.5m is the suggested safe distance. Let’s share the road. Prevent Dooring Drivers should check behind them in the mirror and over their shoulder to check for cyclists and other road […]

Pink October Movember at Transport Malta

Transport Malta’s social committee organised a Pink October – Movember day to raise awareness on cancer. Several employees of the Authority came in pink and jeans while donating for the Marigold Foundation. #faceyourfear #pinkoctober #movember

Contract to develop the new National Maritime Single Window

Transport Malta has signed a contract with Actual IT, a Slovenian IT firm, for the development of a new National Maritime Single Window. The new web-based portal will improve the interface and facilitate reporting between local maritime stakeholders, including Government agencies, ship operators, ship agents, service providers and terminals. It will introduce the system to […]