A market in Palma.


The tri-party pact on Palma City Council wants to continue with the pedestrianisation of the centre of the city, in particular  the old historic party  of the capital, according to the Mayor, José Hila.

The councillor for transport, Joan Ferrer, is also on board and his team have been looking at streets which could be partly or totally closed to traffic and over the coming days, council representatives will be holding meetings with neighbourhood groups to discuss their plans.

One idea is that the earmarked streets are car free during the day, but residents will be able to park along them at night.

However, the council does not intend to go as far as the authorities in Madrid and start closing main roads such as Jaime III to traffic.


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