European Mobility Week 2019

#MobilityWeekMalta EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK seeks to improve public health and quality of life by promoting clean mobility and sustainable urban transport at the locality level. The campaign gives localities the chance to explore the role of city streets and to experiment with practical solutions to tackle urban challenges, such as congestion, air pollution, lack of accessibility and […]

Low-Cost Alternative Transport on European Mobility Week

During European Mobility Week – 16th and 22nd September –Transport Malta has partnered with several service providers to provide the public with a week of discounted sustainable mobility.  Offers made available between 16th and 22nd September are as follows: Malta Public Transport will be offering €5 free credits on Tallinja Cards registered during the entire […]

Malta Social Biking Challenge

The #MaltaSocialBikingChallenge aims to encourage cycling as a sustainable method of transport and award commuters who adopt cycling as a transport practice. The challenge covers 3 weeks, starting from the 16th September till the 6th of October.  Participants collect points depending on the distances covered by bicycle. These are tracked by the readily available and […]

Public Service Garage Sector Reform – Public Consultation Begins

Today, Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg announced the launch of a Public Consultation about a reform in the public service garage sector. “I often speak about and stress the importance of multimodality, and how important it is to consider all available options to move from one place to another. In these […]

New buses start operating

As from this week, whoever uses public transport on a number of routes, has started benefitting from the substantial increase in Malta Public Transport’s fleet. As announced last Friday, MPT imported forty new 12 metre buses. With this increase, it became possible to affect a number of changes to the route network for these to […]

Broken Wings

Colonel Mark Said, from Transport Malta’s Civil Aviation Directorate, presented a book, he has just published, to Transport Malta’s Chairman, Mr Joseph Bugeja. The book, Broken Wings compiles information on all documented Aviation related accidents in Malta between the years 1915 and 2015. From the book cover – Broken Wings encompasses more than thirty years […]

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 […]