Palma.—The cost of the “T-mes” card, which allows a passenger as many journeys as he wants within the space of a month, is going up from 27 to 37 euros, a Transport department spokesman confirmed yesterday. Separately, the “50 trips a month card” will now cost 29 instead of 23 euros.

A single ticket will now cost 1.50 euros one way, a price rise of 25 cents, and the cost of a one-way trip out to the airport on the EMT No. 1 service will go up from 2 to 2.50 euros, a 25 percent increase.

Those who have a Palma Citizens Card and who have the advantage of discounted bus journeys will be paying 80 cents a trip instead of 65; while school pupils over 16 and university students using the card will be charged 45 instead of 31 cents. Under 16s will have unlimited journeys for 7 euros a month.

There are new tariffs being introduced for card-holding pensioners and large families


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