Crowd Net Ltd. will be installing video cameras at the following locations, between today and Sunday 14th May 2017, for traffic counting purposes:
1. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq San Patrizju, Pembroke
2. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq Falaise, Pembroke
3. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq Arnhem, Pembroke
4. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq Dun G. Farrugia, Pembroke
5. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq Tobruk, Pembroke
6. At the junction between Triq Sant’ Andrija and Triq il-Professur W. Ganado, Pembroke
7. At the junction between Triq Alamein and Triq Normandy, Pembroke
8. At the junction between Triq il- Mediterran and Triq P. D’Armenia, Pembroke
9. At the junction between Triq il- Mediterran and Triq Ghenin, Pembroke
10. In Triq Dun Amabile Sisner, Pembroke
11. In Triq Anzac, Pembroke
Installation of Mrieħel Bridge
As already announced, Transport Malta will be installing the bridge at Mriehel bypass in this week
This evening, between 20:00hrs and 23:00, trucks will transport the bridge from Hal Far to Mriehel. Triq Aldo Moro Marsa, direction to Paola, will be closed at times during these three hours. Police officers and officials from Transport Malta will be escorting the trucks and guiding drivers as required along the journey. During the night, trucks will be parked in Triq in-Negozju.
Tomorrow 25th of April, installation of bridge will be carried out on the side direction to Attard. Works will commence at 20:00hrs and are expected to last at 05:30hrs. Mriehel bypass direction to Attard will be closed to traffic during this time.
Works will resume on Wednesday 26th of April at 20:00hrs. Installation of bridge will be carried out on both sides, therefore, at times during the night, Mriehel bypass will be closed to traffic in both directions. Access to traffic will open at 05:30hrs.
Whilst apologising for the inconvenience, we ask drivers to seek alternative routes and follow instructions by officials on site.
Phase 1 – Maintenance work along Bugibba Promenade all the way to Qawra
Phase one of the project to resurface the road from Bugibba Promenade all the way to Qawra, will commence tonight.
Maintenance and asphalting works will start from Gillieru area direction to Bugibba square. Works in the area of the road will be carried out at night between 22:00hrs and 08:00hrs, between today and Thursday 27th April. During these four nights, this part of the road will be closed to traffic.
This project is a Eur3.5 million investment to improve the roads in Bugibba and Qawra.
Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes and follow instructions by officials on site.
Transport Malta notifies that with immediate effect and until 31st December 2017, the Certificates issued by the MCAST Maritime Institute in 2017 are considered as equivalent to the official Nautical Licence issued by Transport Malta. A copy of this Certificate should always be carried on board in lieu of such Nautical Licence. Certificates issued prior to 2017 are not considered as equivalent to the official Nautical Licence and application for the Nautical Licence must be immediately done.
Registered owners of small ships (S Register) are further reminded that, subject to no changes
made to the small ship’s details, the renewal of the registration and the presentation of the
Insurance Certificate (when applicable), can be effected by one of the methods listed hereunder:
Online: By visiting www.licenzji-tal-bahar.gov.mt. Small ships’ (S Register) owners are required to be in possession of an e-ID account. A copy of a valid Insurance Certificate may be required when applicable.
Mail: By using the Transport Malta self-addressed envelope provided with the renewal notice and sending a cheque payment payable to Transport Malta.
SSR Office: By calling at the Small Ships Register Office at the Malta Transport Centre, Xatt I-Ghassara tal-Gheneb, Marsa. Office hours are Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays), between 08:30hrs and 13:00hrs.
Renewal of Nautical Licences can be effected by mail using the Transport Malta self-addressed envelope provided with the registration renewal notice.
Transport Malta reminds all drivers of craft equipped with an engine or engines with a combined power of 30HP or more, must be in possession of a valid Nautical Licence.
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.
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