New bus line between Inca and Puerto de Alcudia

Jul 7, 2021 | Current affairs, Featured

A new bus line is put into service connecting Inca with the whole Bay of Alcudia to facilitate work mobility.

The councillor for Mobility and Housing, Josep Marí, accompanied by the mayors of Inca, Virgilo Moreno, Sa Pobla, Lorenzo Gelabert, Muro, Antoni Serra and the mayor of Alcudia, Barbara Rebassa, yesterday presented the new intercity bus line that connects Inca, Sa Pobla and Muro with Puerto de Alcudia.

As of yesterday, line 315 connects the main municipalities of the northern Raiguer area with Alcudia beach, Muro beach and Can Picafort. The new service responds mainly to the needs of the workers in the area who, in this way, will improve connectivity with public transport between the interior and the coast. In force until 31st October, the new line offers service from Monday to Sunday from 5.45 a.m. to 9.55 p.m., a timetable that makes it easier to travel to and from work.

In Inca, the line starts at the bus station located next to the train station, making it easier for train users to conveniently reach the Port of Alcudia.

On the other hand, the citizens of Sa Pobla have two alternative routes, passing first through Alcudia and then through the port of Alcudia, Playa Alcudia, Playa de Muro and Can Picafort or doing it the other way round, first through Muro and then making the corridor of the bay starting in Can Picafort.

Extension of the service

The service changes are also taking effect today on other lines in the area. Thus, line 324 Can Picafort – Alcudia doubles the frequency per stop, with a service every 15-20 minutes.

Line 322, which connects Pollença with Puerto de Alcudia, extends the timetable to have 28 daily services in each direction, while extending the timetable for providing the service, with the first departure from Pollença at 7.15 a.m. and the last departure at 22:15. On the other hand, the route of the line is also modified, running via the 2 stops ‘Bellevue’ and ‘Hidropark’ on Alcudia beach.

For its part, line 302 Platja de Muro – Palma modifies its route and timetables to offer an express service to Palma from Son Bauló / Can Picafort.

And on 316, Can Picafort – Inca, the timetables have been modified and the route has been extended to serve Son Serra de Marina, thus replacing line 326 Son Serra – Platja de Muro.

Residents of Mallorca can travel on all the lines of the TIB network with the Intermodal Card, the wallet card that works with a points system that makes the ticket price cheaper as you travel.

The balance of the Intermodal Card can be loaded online on the website, also inside buses and through ticket vending machines in train and metro stations.

For residents who do not have an intermodal card and for visitors arriving in Mallorca, they travel with the bank card. Whether debit or credit, it allows you to travel throughout the network without having to buy advance tickets and is cheaper than buying a single ticket from the driver. It offers the possibility of transferring twice during the same journey. In addition to using the bank card, significant discounts apply to groups of up to 5 people.

More information on lines, timetables and fares can be found on the webs