Road works in Vjal il-Labour Naxxar and in Triq l-Assedju l-Kbir Valletta
Transport Malta will paint line markings in Vjal il-Labour tonight between 20:00hrs and 05:00hrs. Maintenance work will also be carried out in parts of Triq l-Assedju l-Kbir tonight and tomorrow between 20:00hrs and 05:00hrs, weather permitting
During works these roads will be closed to traffic. Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes, drive carefully and follow instructions by officials on site.
Vjal il-Labour Naxxar:
Triq L-Assedju l-Kbir
Road works in Triq l-Assedju l-Kbir il-Belt Valletta
Transport Malta will carry out maintenance work in Triq l-Assedju l-Kbir Valletta between Monday 2 and Wednesday 4 January 2017.
Works will be carried out between 20:00hrs and 05:00hrs. During works road will not be accessible and traffic will be diverted onto Triq il-Lanċa.
Drivers are advised to proceed with caution.
Asphalting works – Slip road in Triq Reġjonali St. Venera
Transport Malta will carry out asphalting works in Triq Reġjonali Slip Road St. Venera, tonight, between 21:00hrs and 05:00hrs.
During works, road will be closed to traffic.
Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes, drive carefully and to follow instructions by officials on site.
Someone is sending an email pretending it is from Transport Malta. The email is asking for a copy of the id card, a bank statement mobile or utility bill. Needless to say, do not send this information. The email is not from Transport Malta.
Transport Malta is holding an auction tomorrow, Saturday 10th September 2016 at Transport Malta’s Compound, Alamein Road Pembroke. It is next to the Local Council. The auction will start at 09:00. Here’s the list of the cars
Works on stormwater system in Mġarr
The works announced yesterday on the stormwater system have been completed. Workers will use a crane once more to pick up the machinery. Hence, for safety reasons, Triq Għajn Tuffieħa in Mġarr will be closed once again between 02:00 and 04:00 tonight. Kindly seek alternative routes.
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.
Constructive meeting on Public Transport with Local Councils
The minister for Transport and Infrastructure together with Transport Malta’s Chairman, called for a meeting with all mayors to discuss public transport. Most Local Councils were present and a constructive discussion ensued.
A representative of the operator and officials from Transport Malta were present for the meeting. Most complaints received revolved around the punctuality of the service rather than the routes themselves. The operator will be looking into the matter and taking steps to resolve the issues.
A number of changes in Mater Dei will be implemented in the upcoming weeks.
Very few passengers boarded at St. Luke’s hospital on Mater Dei routes. The routes were thus unnecessarily lengthened. The buses will no longer stop at St. Luke’s hospital. Mater Dei Routes will be around 15 minutes faster. Instead Route 122 between Valletta and St. Luke’s hospital will have its frequency increased.
Route X1 of 06:45 will no longer go through Mellieħa centre to reduce the time it takes to reach Mater Dei hospital and University from Ċirkewwa. This follows suggestions by Gozitan students.
Transport Malta and the Mater Dei administration identified a different location for parked buses at the University interchange. The current congestion that results in particular times will thus be reduced.
Mater Dei routes, route X1 and X2 will serve Mater Dei hospital and University. Passengers will no longer need to change buses at the University interchange.
T’Alla u Ommu road is now open for vehicles
Transport Malta would like to advise that T’Alla u Ommu Hill is now open to traffic.
Drivers are advised to drive with caution as there are still ongoing works and investigations on the road between T’Alla u Ommu Hill and Triq is-Salini. Substantial works to the storm water system within this road has been carried out.
Given the extensive damage encountered, it is not excluded that Transport Malta will have to carry out further works based on tests, over the coming months.