Works to rebuild Mgarr Road are ongoing as planned – Ministry

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Works to rebuild Mgarr Road are ongoing as planned - MinistryThe work to rebuild the busy arterial Mgarr Road is ongoing as planned, the Ministry for Gozo has said.

It added that this is a major project being undertaken by the Ministry on the road that connects the village of Nadur with Mgarr Harbour.

The project includes reconstruction of the road, added safety systems to reduce the risk of accidents and facilities for the necessary services under the road. Architect Godwin Sultana is responsible for the project.

In the first phase, the  work will be to consolidate the road base and the supporting walls. This will be followed by work on the gutters for the necessary services before giving it a new surface.

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    7 Responses

    1. Lino DeBono says:

      Another major project initiated by the Gozo Ministry under the guidance of the able Architect Godwin Sultana. Other major projects are also in hand in Soil Street Xewkija which also was much in need. Keep these projects going as Gozo needs them.

    2. Dietmar Treptow says:

      What it’s started NOW ?
      But it’s closed since month !
      ??????????????????????

    3. d n mossop says:

      Patience,it took 6 months to complete Ghajn Qatet street .

    4. John Zammit says:

      What about the breakwater at Marsalforn? It is urgently needed. Also needed urgently, crash barriers at Triq Ghajn Hosna from Xaghra going down to Ramla.

    5. Better Future says:

      Finally something is being done about this Road.

    6. Lino DeBono says:

      How is it that some same persons always sees and views what’s going on in Gozo negativity? Great steps are being taken by the present Ministry, so why all the negative comments. Things are being done whilst in the past long years only patches on roads were projected.

      Let us all give space and acknowledgement to where it belongs. Things are moving in the right direction, mostly thanks to the present administration. One simply cannot accept that all and everything can be in tip top shape all at once.

      I give credit to the present administration for bringing accountability to our beloved Island.

    7. d n mossop says:

      Mr De Bono,what do you think of the planning permissions given for the building at Gharb and Zlendi .

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