Another day, another journey, time to reflect and think. Whilst trying to get to our destination we may be stuck in traffic or be one of the people cycling or walking unaffected. We start thinking “this looks nice, I wish “this” and “that” could be improved…” On Greentrips, we want to hear what “this” and “that” is. This is a place to discover and share our ideas, suggestions, experiences and concerns about transport and open spaces in Malta. There are 3 ways to engage:
Inform yourself about methods of sustainable transport and the relevant operators. We have also prepared a list of other recommended actions for you to consider. Access an extensive list of research and initiatives including the EU Green Deal. Click on the links below, inform yourself and leave a comment.
– Methods of Sustainable Transport
– Other recommended actions
– List of Operators
– Research & Initiatives
– EU Green Deal on Transport
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eCabs has launched an online platform to offer a 24/7 logistics solution to businesses on the island. They have put together their experience in technology, mobility and 24/7 fleet management to create FastDrop. The system is designed to interface with your online business so delivery options are built right into your shopping cart. Through this […]
Meet Mr Kurt Guillaumier, Executive Secretary at the San Gwann Local Council who joyfully contributes to the moderation of the Greentrips platform. We get to know more about Mr Guillaumier in the short interview above. When asked to share the reason why he decided to support our mission, he replied: “We have one world and we […]
In a recent post on their Facebook page, The Ramblers’ Association of Malta shared the above snapshot from a Court sentence from 1941 that sheds light on ‘Right of Access’ on private countryside land. The extract can be translated as follows: “The owner of a private road which was opened to the public cannot close […]
Doctors for Road Safety (D4RS) agree to install four new speed cameras along the Coast Road as advised by the Coast Road by the Local Enforcement System Agency (LESA) and Transport Malta. It is not unknown that this road has been fatal for many. D4RS wishes that Transport Malta publishes studies that identify locations where […]
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