The cars will park in a line and not in the way shown in this simulation.

Work on the pedestrianisation scheme for Puerto Pollensa will begin next week, the town hall having unveiled its modifications to a project that was initiated by the previous administration. The intention is to gradually make the coastal road fully pedestrianised, but the initial phase will apply to the section from the yacht club roundabout to the Calle Elcano, i.e. opposite the Stay restaurant pier. Here, full pedestrianisation, i.e. exclusion of cars, is anticipated at certain times of the day.

For now, the scheme will be as previously envisaged with one-way traffic, though the idea is to apply a form of cobble. (At present, the condition of the road is that bad that with cobble you wouldn't notice any difference.) As for parking, this, on the one side of the road where it will be permitted, will be in a line and not at ninety (or so) degrees as had been contemplated. The town hall appears confident that there will be sufficient parking here and on the "second line". Not everyone else is.

Ultimately, the bus stop by the yacht club roundabout will be moved to a place on the bypass, which was a solution envisaged under the old plan of 2009. The taxi rank by the roundabout will be shifted to the marina car park.