PL Manifesto indicates possible bendy-bus removal
The PL Manifesto includes a number of proposals which have not yet been revealed by the Labour Party, including one which could see the removal of bendy-buses.
The PL promise to hold intensive talks with Arriva in order to address the current bendy-bus situation, indicating their possible removal.
The Manifesto is divided into 20 ‘priorities’ which are; Education, Economy, Work, Energy, Health, Civil Liberties, Social Justice, Gozo, Environment and Planning, Infrastructure, Consumers, Civil and Voluntary Society, Art Culture and Creativity, Sport, Justice, Security, Democracy and Transparency, Regional and Local Government, Efficient Government and lastly 'A Maltese, Mediterranean and European Malta'.
It includes a number of proposals which have to this point not been revealed by the Labour Party. Under Infrastructure, the PL reveal that a National Traffic Management Plan would be created, which would identify ‘traffic bottlenecks’ and attempt to find a solution to problem areas.
Parking will also be a priority for the PL, who will try and solve the current problem with particular focus on Sliema, Valletta, Bugibba and Rahal Gdid.