Palma.—Inca Council may have been forced to cut back on its budget for Majorca's largest agricultural fair tomorrow, but the town is still expecting to be flooded with tens of thousands of people.

Yesterday, the SFM Majorcan Railway Company announced that tonight, when the festivities start getting underway, it is going to be running extra trains throughout the night between Palma and Inca.

A total of nine trains will be running from the capital to Inca between 22.45hrs and 5.00hrs while in the opposite direction, the trains will be operating between 23.30hrs and 6.21hrs.

30 '000 passengers
An estimated 5'000 people are expected to take advantage of the night trains and for tomorrow, Dijous Bo, trains will be running every 20 minutes on all lines and stopping at all stations.

Tomorrow, the SFM is expecting to handle around 30'000 passengers, double the daily average of 12'000 and for that reason extra security guards and ticket inspectors will be on duty to ensure that the day passes off as smoothly as possible.

However, the SFM is advising passengers to take out return tickets in order to reduce queues at the ticket offices, it is also cheaper than buying two singles.


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