RESIDENTS living along the road in Inca which leads to Lluc have banded together to collect more than 1'000 signatures on a petition demanding that local authorities act to improve the safety of the access road.. “It's two years now that we have been calling for improved road surfaces and proper pavement areas, but our pleas have simply been ignored,” said neighbourhood association spokesman, Manuel Romero. The state of the road has reportedly deteriorated progressively due to the fact that it is used by a high volume of traffic heading for the monastery at Lluc. “The real danger,” claimed Romero, “is that traffic pays no heed to speed limits here.” There are, he claimed, no pedestrian pavements and only one set of traffic lights along the whole stretch. Residents want to see not only more traffic lights, but also the insertion of “sleeping policeman” ramps to control the speed of careless drivers.