Tag: Infrastructure Malta

Gate installed after public failed to cooperate, Infrastructure Malta claims

"It was due to this irresponsible behavior that we had to cordon off the area," the spokesperson said.

Central Link works leave residents of Attard street ‘locked in their...

Residents of Ferdinand Inglott Street in Attard have found their street closed off with a padlocked gate as Infrastructure Malta continues to work on the Central Link Project nearby, Moviment Graffitti is reporting.

Marsa-Ħamrun bypass flyover northbound on-slip to be closed on Friday

Originally Infrastructure Malta planned to close the northbound flyover of the Marsa-Ħamrun bypass on Monday night. However the reconstruction plans of the old wing wall of the northbound flyover have now been postponed.

Artworks set to adorn Marsa flyover junction selected

Four artworks from three countries – Malta included – will be providing traffic passing through the new Marsa junction flyovers with something to contemplate as Infrastructure Malta has announced the results of its public art competition.

Luqa roundabout set to become flyover junction

A Luqa roundabout at the junction of three arterial roads – through which most traffic to and from the airport passes – is set to be upgraded into a multi-level junction next year, Infrastructure Malta announced.

Mġarr Port Marina project reaches an advanced stage

The €6 million project which is co-financed by the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries and the Ministry for Gozo, will see four new pontoons will be installed.

A new cycling track between Żabbar and Marsascala

A new segregated pedestrian and cycling track will be built between Żabbar and Marsascala, Infrastructure Malta said on Saturday.

“Land reclamation is a non-starter”

Land reclamation is a non-starter, local pressure group Extinction Rebellion said as it called for proper holistic and long-term solution to the disposal of construction waste.

3,123 trees planted in 40 locations in the first three months...

In a statement, Infrastructure Malta said that since it launched its nationwide tree-planting programme in 2019, the agency has now introduced over 11,800 indigenous trees in 80 different roadside strips and other urban and rural areas in Malta and if any of the new trees are damaged or die, Infrastructure Malta will replace them as part of this care agreement.

50% of the Santa Luċija Project completed

The Santa Lucija tunnels project is expected to be completed by the end of this year. Until today half of this project has been completed by Infrastructure Malta.