Thanks to this, the management of the Soller railway said they had not ruled out the service catering for the general public once more, not just tourism. (When the Soller tunnel was built, many commuters started using their cars rather than the train to get to Palma). The Soller railway company is also planning to carry out improvements to the 30-odd kilometres of tracks over the next few years, to improve speed and safety. Safety is one of the company's key concerns, and the management is currently engaged in talks with the Palma city council over improvements to three level crossings which are considered dangerous. They are those at Son Oliva, Son Hugo and Son Pardo. Improvements will also be made to the level crossings at Santa Maria and Caubet, where the electronic systems will be renewed.
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