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New boards for Malta Transport Authority and Directorate Responsible for Roads

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Following Cabinet approval, Austin Gatt, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Communications, has appointed Mr Simon Vella as Executive Chairman of the Malta Transport Authority (ADT).

Mr Vella will be assisted by Mr David Stellini who will be serving as Deputy Chairman.

The new Board of the ADT also includes Directors Mr Chris Degiorgio, Mr Malcolm Custò, Mr Winston Zahra Jr, Ms Veronica Zammit Tabona and Ms Helen Camilleri.

To improve the overseeing structure on the building and maintenance of roads, a specific Board has also been set up to function within the authority and oversee the business of the National Infrastructure Directorate, responsible for roads. This Board will be chaired by Mr Joe Fenech Conti.

Mr Fenech Conti will be assisted by Mr John Borg who will be serving as Deputy Chairman.

The new Board overseeing the Directorate responsible for Roads will also include Directors Mr Sammy Rapa, Mr Jonathan Vella and Mr Ray Busuttil.

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    2 Responses

    1. Catald Muscat says:

      Catald Muscat
      TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
      I AM TRYING TO CONTACT MALTA TRANSPORT BECAUSE A MEPA PERMIT IS BEING DELAYED DUE TO A REPLY FROM THE MALTA TRANSPORT (ADT).

      IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO HAVE SOME FORM OF CONSTRUCTIVE COMMUNICATION.

    2. Joseph Said says:

      If we ever were in doubt that the Arriva project has been a fiasco, now we have the proof. Malta has been made the laughing stock in the UK. and if the Government wants to show that Ministers and boards should be accountable for their deeds then, he should urge the Malta Transport authority board and the minister responsible for transport to resign en bloc. Millions of taxpayers’ money down the drain.

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