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IN PHOTOS: The Marsa Flyover Project’s Next Phase Has Officially Started

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The Marsa Junction Project is in full swing, and the first curved beams are being put in place.

“Step by step, the largest infrastructural project that we have ever seen on the Maltese roads is taking more shape, nearing the vision that we have for this project,” Transport Minister Ian Borg said earlier today.

According to the Minister, a study conducted by the economic Grodon Grima found that for every €1 that is invested in the project, the country is getting €7 in return.

This means a better quality of life, less congestion, fewer emissions, for thousands of residents living in the South of Malta, for thousands of people that work or study in these localities, for the 120,000 people that use this important connection to travel daily,” Borg continued.

The two flyovers on which work is currently being done will join together to create a direct connection towards the North between Giuseppe Garibaldi road and Aldo Moro Road. There will then a third flyover that will join with the first one.

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