The second phase of the semi-pedestrianization of the first line in Puerto Pollensa has gone according to plan and the Council is confident that the section between The Roca Roundabout and Avenida Paris will be opened to traffic from mid-February.
In the section closest to the port area, the paving stones are being placed and will be completed within two weeks, according to the authorities who made a visit to the construction site this week with the architect, the municipal engineer and the construction manager.
The cobblestones that have been laid are made of a material that, according to the technicians, will withstand the passage of heavy vehicles. Now the construction company has started laying the bike lane up to Llenaire and installing the wall that separates the promenade from the beach. This will also be topped with stone. The stormwater drainage network has already been reinforced and the new drains are currently being installed.
It is worth remembering that from May, the circulation of vehicles will be totally prohibited between Enginyer Roca and Paris Avenue between 6pm and 7am throughout the whole year.
Work has begun and progressing quickly on the new bus terminal in Puerto Pollensa. Part of the Project of Sustainable Mobility in Natural Areas and Beaches of Mallorca, the construction includes a pergola and public toilets, and will be completed in four months.
Located behind the PAC, next to the swimming pool, the new station will reduce bus travel times and minimize effects on the urban area.
This stop will be the start of both the current bus lines TIB Pollença-Inca-Palma and Alcúdia-Can Picafort-Levante area, as well as the future shuttle that will connect Puerto Pollensa with the peninsula of Formentor. It will also improve the bus service that connects the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença with the Sierra de la Tramuntana.