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A good idea for a dried out drain!

Qormi stormwater channel is being proposed a revamp into a public space!  The Qormi stormwater...

Should more streets be included in the fastprk app?

The CVA (Controlled Vehicular Access) system has been playing a crutial role in traffic and time ...

Too much of a Good thing? A reminder of kickscooter etiquette

Aren't kickscooters quick and easy to aquire? Their entire concept of easing travel to longer-tha...

Creativity is limitless when it comes to embellishing our towns

Our islands' unique history and current urbanization have brought a distinctive culture to our co...

Why our environment is quite important

A number of major road and infrastructure works in Malta have promised to add green elements to t...

Could paid parking in our cities break the 'car-first' mentality?

Last Sunday on the 5th of September 2021, Times of Malta had published a poll for the public, whe...

Have you heard of WalkingMalta?

A Spaniard living in Malta took on the challenge of living a car-free lifestyle, which in turn cr...

Merchant Street is getting tighter to pass through?

Merchant Street in Valletta has been a 'foodie' area with restaurants catering and seating along ...

Planning Authority unveils new public spaces projects

In a recent conference by the Planning Authority, a number of projects and initiatives to embelli...

Travelling across Maltese hiking spots in a car

A  well known car brand has been released, with Times of Malta taking it on a joy-ride across Mel...

The privatization of Blue Lagoon's public coastline is an issue we must collectively address

When it comes to public spaces, many private organizations may also expect that 'public' also app...

Local agricultural land is at risk for personal use in speculative purposes

In Malta, many fields and agricultural areas are being sought after and used in private construct...

Let's bring give back to the Pedestrian

Our relatively small island is ever growing in popularity, with many migrating to and from annual...

The Central Link's long road to completion

The Central Link's concept was simple and seemingly efficient for commuters to be able to travel ...

Traffic surrounding school zones and leading to more traffic!

With the upcoming scholastic season fast approaching, many kids are eager to get back to a sense ...

Moviment Graffitti to hold press conference regarding promised builds on Marsascala bays

On Saturday, 21st of August a press conference is scheduled at 10:30am at Marsascala Bay by Mov...

Marsascala Public Spaces project detested by public, promoted by Government

The Marsascala project proposed by Transport Malta is an initiative to redesign the coastal area ...

A demand for cycling and the government's take on it

Today many people are recognizing that climate change, personal and environmental health are not ...

Will Malta meet it's Carbon neutrality Targets?

Carbon Neutrality is a term to describe a state of compensation for the carbon emissions from one...

Rejuvenation of the Victoria Lines

The Victoria Lines are among many of our national treasures, as it spans 12km along the width of ...

Malta's first 'Carbon Neutral' Garden

This project will be underway in Kalkara's Gnien ir-Rinella where €1 Million founding for the pro...

Should Lollipop Officers become a staple around School Zones?

With the scholastic season approaching, children across Malta are anticipating their return to sc...

Buy back this land to give back to the people?

  A lot of turmoil has been stirred up around the possibility of a huge piece of land on the...

Word on the Street

We document realistic mobility scenarios as suggested by you to feature their unique challenges a...

Competition to green our balconies

There is an increasing trend in Europe to motivate people to green their balconies. This in fac...

Creating a chain of easy and safe walkable/cyclable routes - Rabat to Buskett

Creating a chain of easy and safe walkable/cyclable routes - Rabat to BuskettThere is plenty of a...