The Malta Independent 18 April 2024, Thursday
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Part of main Mosta road to be closed for six weeks

Friday, 26 May 2023, 14:45 Last update: about 12 months ago

Part of a main road in Mosta leading to the Mosta dome will be closed off for six weeks due to works, the Mosta local council has announced on Facebook.

Works in the area have reached the stage where there is now the need to merge the services in the Piazza with those on triq Il-Kungress Ewkaristiku, which include the anti-flooding system, new water services and enemalta infrastructure which merges cables from the piazza substation to the substation on triq Grognet u triq It-Taħħan.


For this work to take place, from 29 May part of triq Kungress Ewkaristiku, between the piazza and the tower, will be closed for 6 weeks.

Residents in the area of the road closure will have limited access to enter to their homes and exit. Parking in this part of the road will not be allowed at any time.

Cars coming down triq Kungress Ewkaristiku in the direction of the piazza will be diverted right to triq L-Oratorju, where they will be able to continue on to the piazza, or enter triq Il-Pont, or head onto Triq Il-Bażilika towards Naxxar. As such certain parking on triq L-Oratorju, had to be removed to avoid congestion.

Those coming from triq Barrieri can go towards triq L-Oratorju through the piazza or towards triq Ponsonby via triq Valletta.

Those on triq Bazilika will go around the statue of St Joseph and find Stivala road one way, and will need to head back to triq Sant' Anna and end up near the Lort Nelson. Only residents will be allowed to access Triq Stivala (between triq Sant'Anna and triq l-Oratorju)

Those heading from Triq Bazilika to triq Valletta need to go through the Frangisku Pisani bypass as triq Ponsonby will no longer be the route to triq valletta from triq Bazilika..

Those travelling from triq il-Pont can go back towards the piazza or through Valletta road from triq Bazilika.

Read the full details on the Council's Facebook page: 

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