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Shuttle service offered during works carried out in Mġarr

Press Release 21 JUNE 2021:

Transport Malta is offering a shuttle service during works carried out in Mġarr

In order to reduce the inconvenience to the public as a result of the roadworks in Triq Sir Temi Zammit in Mġarr, Transport Malta is offering a shuttle service between Mosta, Żebbiegħ and Mġarr until these road works are completed. This service will be conducted by means of minivans which are identified by a sign. This service is being provided to the public free of charge by Transport Malta.

The schedule is as follows:

From tomorrow, Tuesday 22nd June 2021, between Mosta and Mġarr:
Route: Mosta Square – Triq il-Kostituzzjoni – Triq Ta’ Żejfa – Triq il-Mosta – Triq Sir Temi Zammit – Triq Għajn Tuffieħa – Triq Sir Harry Luke – Triq Fisher – Triq iż-Żebbiegħ and back to Mosta.

During weekdays, the first trip starts at 5:22am from Triq Sir Temi Zammit in Żebbiegħ from the bus stop ‘Temi’.

During the weekend, the first trip starts at 5:30am from the same bus stop in Żebbiegħ.

Frequency of this service during weekdays is every 30 minutes until 8:30am, every hour between 8:31am and 2:00pm, every 30 minutes between 2:00pm and 5:30pm and every hour until 9:00pm.

During the weekend and public holidays, the frequency of this service is hourly.

This service stops and picks up passengers from every bus stop along the route. Passengers who wish to use this service from Mosta may catch the shuttle service from Mosta Square on bus stop Rotunda 4.

Route 44 shall divert through the following route:
Triq l-Indipendenza – Triq il-Kbira – Triq San Pawl tal-Qliegħa – Triq Ta’ Żejfa – Vjal Millbrae in Mosta to Burmarrad, St. Paul’s Bay Bypass – Ballut – Manikata – Għajn Tuffieħa, and back through the same route. Therefore, persons who would be proceeding to Mġarr need to make use of other routes that stop on bus stop Rotunda 4, such as routes 41 and 42 from Valletta.

The connection between Manikata, Għajn Tuffieħa and Mġarr shall be maintained by means of route 101.

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