Spotlight North: Bussing the workers into Alcudia Bay
Great excitement in Sa Pobla, Muro and Inca on Tuesday.
Third airport to tourist resort bus service now running
During May, the first two tourist resort services carried 11,795 passengers.
Resort bus services to start and taxi drivers are protesting again
Some 500 taxi drivers in Palma are expected to stage a protest today against law which could open the way to services such as Uber.
Bus passengers to "go on strike"
"It's an issue of demanding an improvement to the island's public transport, which has many deficiencies".
One of the taxi-driver associations threatens protests
As agreement was reached to call off actions up to and including Easter, any new ones would be scheduled for after Easter.
Proposal for taxi-driver referendum on government plans
The document the government wants representatives to sign is so "ambiguous" that only the whole sector can decide.
Taxi drivers expect to sign bus services agreement next week
Alterations to the bus routes mean that they will stop in places such as Algaida, Arenal, Marratxi and Portals Nous.
PP claims that tourist resort bus services are not legal
Meanwhile, taxi-driver representatives want time for their legal advisors to look over the plan. They didn't ratify the agreement yesterday, as had been expected.
Taxi drivers call off strikes and protests
One of the routes has been dropped, fares will increase and frequency of service will be lower.
Taxi associations announce a spring of discontent
The taxi strike on 6 March will be a 24-hour one.
Taxi drivers critical of Armengol for not meeting them
The main outcome of yesterday's meeting was the announcement of further protest action on 6 March.
Taxi-driver protests have less impact than had been predicted
The regional director-general for transport believes that, given the number of passengers using the airport, there will be no "disaster" for taxi drivers.
Taxi drivers bring chaos to the centre of Palma over airport to resort bus service
Hundreds of taxi drivers protested through the streets of Palma this morning to protest against plans to introduce an airport to resort bus service.
Taxi-driver protests set to bring Palma to a halt today
The protests are due to last from 11.00 until 13.30. Both culminate with marchers and drivers gathering in front of the presidential headquarters.
Taxi drivers planning to bring roads to a standstill
The most drastic of the measures being proposed is to flood main roads across Majorca and streets in Palma with cars.
Buses, beggars and hospital beds: the week in Majorca
Public transport joy for tourists going to certain resorts, more possible joy for travellers via a cut in airport charges, zoning for rentals, begging crimes and the flu "epidemic".
Tourist resort bus services under "foreign" ownership
Four of the five bus routes to tourist resorts are controlled by businesses from outside Majorca.
Transport minister planning a 25% increase in bus users
In announcing the plan for Majorca's road public transport, the minister also mentioned the opposition to the tourist resort services.