State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
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written to the Minister for Transport Hon Joe Mizzi following complaints
received by retailers operating their business from Dejma Road, Tarxien and the
surrounding areas, that since Dejma road was temporarily changed into a one way
street their business had been affected very negatively.
GRTU had not been
involved in discussions. It is very likely that when a road is changed to a one
way the traffic flow will increase in the surrounding roads.
this GRTU received communication by the Ministry through which we have been
informed that the One-Way System was on a one month trial period which has now
elapsed and will not be made permanent as following monitoring it became evident
that the problem is an enforcement one and should be addressed through
enforcement measures and not through a one-way.
sent a letter of thanks to the Minister for the cooperation we found from the
side of the Ministry.
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