As of this coming Monday, the restricted summer service will cease and the usual timetable will be re-established on Palma's metro.
There will be 60 trains running on weekdays, in response to “the increased use of this form of public transport at the start of the new term at the Balearic University.” From 16th July last and until tomorrow, seven weeks, there have been no trains running on Sundays or public holidays on the metro. During the same period on week days (Monday to Saturday), there was only one train running in either direction every hour.

The Metro has had a chequered history since it was first beset by flooding and other deficiencies shortly after opening during the previous Balearic government.