Etiqueta 'Transport'
Still not enough taxis in Palma.


Dangerous lack of taxis in Palma

I would not expect, especially in this heat, to have to be queuing, waiting, fighting and panicking for a taxi.

Humphrey Carter29/08/2023 10:15

Las Canteras beach


Spanish minister says land borders to open, prompts confusion

Frontiers with France and Portugal have been shut to most people since Spain went into lockdown.

Reuters04/06/2020 16:52

Marga Duran said that the PP was on the side of the town hall, which has come under investigation.


Duran insists that the PP is not a corrupt party

"These matters don't affect a party, they affect a significant part of the institutional structure of the town hall."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter19/10/2016 00:00

Uncontrolled car hire concerns.


Coach operators concerned about foreign competitors

The FEBT is planning to take the matter up next week with the regional government’s commission for “intrusion”.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/04/2016 00:00

Bicipalma to be expanded.


Quarter of a million to go on expansion of Bicipalma scheme

With the expansion there will be 650 places for bikes at the various stations for the at present 1,638 users of the service.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter26/12/2015 00:00

City council aims to tackle the traffic problems in Palma.


Traffic reduction part of Palma’s plan for tackling climate change

A change in transport use will be one of the measures to be adopted, Noguera saying that the effects of climate change are already evident and also concerning.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter26/12/2015 00:00

Opposition on Palma city council warns of travel chaos


Opposition on Palma city council warns of travel chaos

“Let’s hope it will be ok and that everything is programmed so that the local police and the department of transport can ensure that there isn’t chaos.”

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/09/2015 00:00

Increase in Palma public transport use


Increase in Palma public transport use

Both bus and metro use were up in Palma, the former having increased by 2.7% and the underground by a mere 0.2%.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter14/09/2015 00:00