It is a bicycle and a party spokesman said that he deserves it for developing the city's car park plan. Spokesman Jordi López, who is also a Palma city councillor, said that the party hoped by their gift to make Rodríguez aware that “another type of mobility is possible in Palma.” He added that the construction of the underground car parks in Antonio Maura, Constitución, Puerta de Santa Catalina and Via Roma “promotes the use of private vehicles in detriment to walking, using public transport or cycling.” López said that the Greens were also in favour of building more cycle lanes to make this form of transport safer. He added “the use of the bike is more frequent in other cities and this is not because their inhabitants have a different mentality to ours, but because they have suitable infrastructures.” The Greens have been giving similar presents for the past 11 years, singling out “a politician who has made his mark during the year for policies which do not favour the environment.” It will be done 50 metres at a stretch and traffic lights will be installed to help control traffic. After Illetas, work will extend to Cas Catala and Son Ferrer.


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