Works in Triq l-Istazzjon

The Works and Infrastructure Department within the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects, are carrying out works in Triq l-Istazzjon, Mtarfa.

Works include removal of weed and accretions that were causing structural damages to the rock face. This led to unstable sections of rocks that were falling on the road surface. The Department will be implementing the necessary repair works and stabilisation measures.

Transport Malta is closing access to vehicles and pedestrians in part of Triq l-Imtarfa to Triq il-Maltin Internati u Eżiljati in Mtarfa to ensure safety precaution.

With immediate effect and until further notice, all points of entry to this part of the road including the staircase at the top of the road, will be closed.

The public is kindly asked to follow the no entry signs on site.

The Works and Infrastructure Department is coordinating works with the Department of the Civil Protection to ensure that the best safety measures are in place.

Asphalting Selmun Hill

Resurfacing part of Triq Marina Tal-Pieta`

Triq Marina

Photo: Google Street View



Transport Malta will carry out asphalting works in Triq Marina Tal-Pieta` as from 20:00hrs this evening. The Authority had removed the old blocked culvert that was causing flooding on this stretch of the road and installed a new one.

 

To reduce traffic inconvenience, between 20:00hrs and 23:00hrs, works will be carried out on one lane so that the road will remain accessible in both directions.  After 23:00hrs, at times, the road will not be accessible. The road will re-open early morning.


Transport Malta urges drivers to avoid the area during works, to follow temporary directional signs and officials’ instructions on site and to drive carefully.

Central Link Project

Resurfacing part of Marsa Ħamrun bypass

Marsa - Hamrun

Transport Malta will be resurfacing Triq is-Sebħ which forms part of the Marsa Ħamrun bypass, direction to the tunnels of Santa Venera and direction to Marsa, as from this evening. This is phase 1 of the project.

Works will commence at 20:00hrs until 05:00hrs and are expected to continue during the following nights.  During works, this part of the road will be closed to traffic.  The road will be fully accessible in both directions, during the day.

 

Transport Malta urges drivers to use alternative routes and follow directions, precautions and speed limits as indicated on the temporary signs on site.  The Authority urges drivers to drive carefully for their safety and the safety of workers on site.

 

 

Final Asphalt on Triq Manwel Dimech, Ħal Qormi

Final road works in Triq Manwel Dimech, Ħal Qormi as from tomorrow morning

Asphalting works in Triq Manwel Dimech Ħal Qormi tomorrow Sunday 14th January 2018 between 06:00hrs and midnight. During works, the road between the roundabout near Pavi Supermarket and the roundabout near Gaff Petrol Station will be completely closed to traffic including public transport.

Weather permitting then, line markings will be painted between Monday 15 and Wednesday 17 January 2018. To avoid inconvenience works will be carried out during the night, between 19:00 and 05:00.  Works, not affecting traffic will be carried out in phases during the day, keeping the road open for traffic.
Drivers are kindly advised to avoid the area and use alternative routes.  Officials will be on site to assist in the traffic management.

Rebuilding Triq Santa Luċija in Valletta

asphalting

Works on new water services and road maintenance in Triq Santa Luċija Valletta

Transport Malta will start road maintenance work in Triq Santa Luċija Valletta tomorrow, Monday 13th  November at 09:00hrs.  In the meantime, the Water Services Corporation will be working on a new water main distribution to replace the existing one.  This process will take some weeks until all related services are connected in the area.  Transport Malta will resume works including asphalting works as soon as these services are finalised. 

Triq Santa Luċija will be closed to traffic as from Monday morning for some weeks. 

We urge drivers to use alternative routes and follow instructions by officials on site.