Fabian Demicoli

Free access to Valletta in afternoons and weekend


Next week we
will see the start of the increased free access to Valletta announced in this
November's Budget. No CVA
charges will apply for vehicles accessing the Valletta after 14.00 on weekdays
and all day on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

   
   
   
   
   
   

This
will start next Monday the 2nd of December.

Anyone
driving into Valletta before 14.00 on weekdays and staying more than 30 minutes
will continue to pay the same charges as today.

A 10 per
cent discount applies for pre-payment or direct debit arrangements while late
payment fees apply for unpaid bills.

The
charges have therefore been revised as follows.

 

Access for first 30 minutes

Free

Access for 30 to 60 minutes

€0.82c

Access over 60 minutes    

€0.82c per hour or part thereof
(maximum charge of €6.52/day)

Access AFTER 14:00 on weekdays

Free

Saturdays and Sundays     

Free

Public holidays falling on a day

during which the charging zone

is in force     

Free

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