Current Affairs
Will you be passing through Marsa this evening?

Between 8pm this evening and 5am tomorrow morning, works will continue on the longest flyover which forms part of the Marsa Junction Project.

Until the decking is put into place on the part of the flyover which passes over some of the lanes which are currently being used, the Sir Paul Boffa Avenue northbound carriageway (from Paola to Marsa) is going to be diverted towards Santa Lucia Avenue, Triq Ħal Luqa and Triq Garibaldi, in the direction of Triq Aldo Moro.

There will be no direct access from Sir Paul Boffa Avenue to Triq Aldo Moro.

The public is requested to follow the signs or use alternative routes. The lanes which are going to be affected will be reopened early tomorrow morning.

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