Tag: Infrastructure Malta

“Central Link will remove direct Żebbuġ-Attard route” – Residents

Żebbuġ residents are complaining that the Central Link project will be removing a direct route from Żebbuġ to Attard.

“ERA and Infrastructure Malta are ruining Wied Qirda”

Moviment Graffitti, Friends of the Earth Malta, Futur Ambjent Wieħed, Ħaż-Żebbuġ local councillor Steve Zammit Lupi and environmentalist Arnold Cassola, have joined forces to file a legal action calling upon the ERA to uphold the law and environmental regulations, and remedy the environmental damage done to Wied Qirda.

Police asked to investigate Infrastructure Malta CEO for environmental law breach

Independent candidate Arnold Cassola has asked the police to investigate Infrastructure Malta CEO Frederick Azzopardi for breaching environmental laws.

Pre-qualification questionnaire for Gozo tunnel issued

Duration of the concession, details on tolls and other fees will be decided later

Central Link project was a done deal – Appellants

NGO Bicycle Advocacy Group stated that tenders for the project were issued long before the planning permit

Work starts on Central Link Project

On Tuesday morning, Infrastructure Malta’s contractors started the Central Link Project. In a statement, Infrastructure Malta said that this €55 million investment is intended “to reduce travel times, improve air quality and create safer spaces for alternative modes of travel along the arterial road corridor between Mriehel and Ta’ Qali”.

Infrastructure Malta plants 8,719 trees in 2019

Originally, this project aimed to add 6,700 new trees in Malta by the end of last year.

Enforcement notices removed, works progressed in Wied Qirda – Moviment Graffitti

In a statement on Friday, Moviment Graffitti voiced its concern about the ongoing works in the valley. The works involving the construction of a bridge in a protected area for which no permit has been sought continued during the holiday season. The Environment and Resource Authority (ERA) had issued a Stop and Compliance Order for Wied Qirda 50 days ago.

Christmas road signs were free – Infrastructure Malta

Infrastructure Malta (IM) has not been asked to pay for the Christmas road signs that were put up in December.

No access to Addolorata from Sta Lucia Avenue: flyover works

Infrastructure Malta announced this today on its official Facebook page.