State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
Key points from von der Leyen's state of the union speech [caption id="attachment_14822" align="alignnone" width="640"]...
Not enough is being said on the reduction of parking, parking which already existed but is being removed to make way for huge side pavements. I fully understand that embellishment works must be carried out and are important and this is the way it should be but how can you go out with your family with your car when you will not find any parking.
For instance St Paul's Bay has been greatly improved but if its not practical why would I want to take my family there. This is the same problem at the Birgu front where the parking is also being removed. In Rabat above Saqqajja they have made improvements to the parking, which is much nicer but I would go as far as to say that before the embellishment it was better as it fitted double the amount of vehicles. Take Valletta, Valletta should be fully equipped with parking facilities, but they are not doing things right. Is it possible that who is managing the projects has NEVER been abroad as in many centres where I have been there are large car parks, which you could easily mistake for hotels.
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