Structural engineer and architect Konrad Xuereb, who owns the London-based KonceptX, will appear on Lovin Daily at 10am to discuss one of the most crucial issues in the country, transport and how a metro could potentially solve it.
Xuereb, who has been lobbying for a metro for a while, has presented detailed plans for the project before.
The issue has been constantly on the backburner with the government hesitant to reveal a concrete proposal on the matter.
A Maltese metro may sound like a pie in the sky idea for many, but Xuereb has invested a lot of time and effort in proposing a detailed plan for such a system which would be fully functional by 2035.
Xuereb’s plan is for a metro with three routes – one connecting Mellieħa to Gozo, another connecting Mellieħa to Birżebbuġa, and a final one connecting St Paul’s Bay to Malta International Airport.
It envisages 20 stations and 40 trains, at an estimated total cost of €4 billion, which could be financed through EU funds, government bonds and public funds.
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