About the Malta CVA Congestion Zone.

The Malta congestion charge is a fee for motorists entering Valletta. It was launched in May 2007 with the aim of increasing accessibility to the capital city.

The Controlled Vehicular Access (CVA) system uses number plate recognition technology along to monitor vehicles entering and exiting the zone. The system calculates the fee due depending on the amount of time within the zone.

Payment can be made by post, over the internet, by standing order or by mobile phone payment. Registration is required for certain payments.

Malta Congestion Charges

Between Monday 08:00 and 18:00 and Saturday 08:00 to 13:00 the charges are as follows:

The maximum charge is E6.52 and all other times including public holidays are free.

Congestion Charge Penalties

There are also incentives for early payment and penalties for late payment as follows:

 







 

 

 

 

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