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Beams start being put into place for first flyover at Marsa

Beams have started to be put into place for the first flyover at Marsa which is expected to be ready by the end of this summer. During a site visit as the beams started being installed, Minister Ian Borg said that this flyover would include four lanes in Triq Aldo Moro, two of which will lead towards Santa Lucia while the other two would lead to  Triq Garibaldi.

He said that these concrete beams were manufactured at the site itself in the temporary plants which were built temporarily while the curves of the flyover, made from steel, are being manufactured abroad and will be brought to Malta over the next few weeks.

Minister Borg said that this is the third phase of the largest infrastructural project which has ever been carried out in the country to ease the traffic problem and reduce the emissions from the 120,000 vehicles estimated to pass through this area daily.

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