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Plan ahead! Central Link opens eastbound lanes as Attard faces another road closure
It might be best to leave a bit earlier if you’ve got business to attend to in Zebbug!

Benjamin Abela

If there’s one phrase motorists have gotten tired of hearing in the past year, it’s ‘Central Link’. On the bright side, today’s Central Link-related announcement comes with a healthy dose of good news…

That’s right! Infrastructure Malta took to social media to announce that as of this morning, it will be opening the new eastbound Central Link lanes heading to Balzan and Mriehel from Attard.

In the meantime, the lanes leading to the opposite direction, that is, from Mriehel to Attard and Ta’ Qali, will be receiving their final layer of asphalt. Because of this, diversions along the same route will be in place.

Now for the not-so-good news…

As of today, Haz-Zebbug Road, which lies in the perimeter between Attard and Zebbug, is closed to motorists and will remain so until the morning of 18th September.

So if you’ve got some business to attend to in the affected areas, you better plan ahead.

You might also want to take note of some major overnight roadworks taking place in Mgarr!

Until 17th September, Ghajn Tuffieha Road will be closed every day from 7pm until 5am for surface repairs. In the meantime, Infrastructure Malta recommends following diversion signs or using alternative routes.

The affected area can be seen in more detail here.

14th September 2021


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Benjamin Abela
Benjamin is a Writer at Content House Group. With his background in journalism, marketing, and the arts, Benjamin enjoys finding the human aspect to any story he gets a hold of. When he's not too busy writing his next article, you could probably find him playing with his cats or performing on a stage.

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