Celebrating 125 years of the railway in Majorca opening a commemorative exhibition, the Minister for Public Works, Josep Antoni Ferrer, said that in order for the train to return to Alcudia, an investment of 40'000 million pesetas needs to be ploughed into the island's railway. Before next weekend, the new link from Inca to Sa Pobla is due to be open and work on the Sa Pobla to Alcudia stretch of line is already underway. Over the next three years the Balearic government is to invest 15'000 million in opening up the railway to Alcudia and Manacor and trying to encourage more people to use public transport. The last stretch of the Palma to Alcudia road was halted by the new government which opted for the decision to invest money in the railway and to get people to use the train between Palma and Alcudia and gradually off the congested road from Inca to Alcudia and its neighbouring resort of Puerto Pollensa.


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