Every year, Malta sees an average of 1.6 million tourists. 90% of these visit Valletta during their stay, creating severe demand on road transport infrastructure on all approach roads leading to the Capital.
Improve overall urban accessibility
Reduce congestion and journey delays
Tourism trends in Malta are extended in the traditional shoulder months. The mobility system must therefore be adapted to deal with emerging demands.
Reduce energy consumption
Reduce emissions/ increase air quality
Improve cost effectiveness and integration of transport and mobility services
Development of business models to guarantee the financial viability and lasting impacts of the measures
Replicate & Disseminate
The project tests and develops intelligent sustainable transport solutions aiming to improve quality of life, urban accessibility, to reduce emissions and energy consumption and to improve cost effectiveness and integration of transport services.
Measures tested within this project will be taken on as valuable experience to be built on and adopted on a national level post-project. All measures to be piloted will be monitored and assessed in view of their eventual inclusion in the SUMP to be compiled as part of this project.