Tag: Transport Malta

Transport Malta ordered to cancel hop-on, hop-off ferry tender

Transport Malta has been ordered to cancel the request for proposals (RFP) for a public service concession contract for the hop-on, hop-off sea ferry service in Malta and Gozo.

Police investigating cyber attack on Transport Malta

Transport Malta suffered a cyber attack during the night between 25 and 26 September. Its technical experts were immediately notified and the police were called in to assist in the matter.

TM offices not operating normally; Facing technical issues

In a statement Transport Malta said that its offices will still be open to those who need to ask for any help.

MaritimeMT offering new courses for seafarers

A year after its inauguration, educational institute MaritimeMT is set to introduce new courses specifically addressing the yachting sector.

Boating activity restrictions introduced to protect Yelkouan Shearwaters

Boating activities are being restricted in a number of areas along the coast – which all lie in the vicinity of sea caves and cliffs – in a bid to protect the vulnerable Yelkouan Shearwaters.

BirdLife conducting studies on light-induced seabird ship strikes

The three main seabirds under study are the Yelkouan Shearwater, the Scopoli's Shearwater, and the Mediterranean Storm Petrel. The NGO is also studying the effect of light from vessels on any other bird species.

All driving licences must be renewed by September 2020

All driving licences must be renewed by the end of this month.

Government launches port charges refund scheme

The €2.08 million scheme which will be administered by Transport Malta was announced on Wednesday.

Expired vehicle licences can be renewed by end of August

In a statement issued on Saturday, Transport Malta said that as part of the precautionary measures to contain the pandemic, the Superintendent of Public Health had closed down VRT stations, thus a number of vehicles that required a VRT could not renew their licence.

More Maritime-related exams to be held at Transport Malta

For the past years, the exams were held at MCAST and the students had to apply there, to then pick up their licence from Transport Malta. With the new directive the public will now be served from one place.