Trains at the station in Palma. | Europa Press


The SFM strike committee was summoned to an urgent meeting on Wednesday in a bid to avoid more strike action.

“It will be the beginning of negotiations to unravel the conflict,” said Union reps.

Last week, railway service workers downed tools in defence of a public mobility model and demanded that the Palma tram be managed by SFM and not by a private company.

They also called for European Next Generation funds to be allocated to public mobility projects.

If the two sides are unable to cut a deal the strike action will continue on Thursday.