From the website of the Consell de Mallorca, you can know the state of the roads of the Balearic Islands, by means of the viewer of incidences.
The Consell de Mallorca is responsible for planning and implementing a construction, extension and maintenance works on public roads and highways, as well as administering and managing those owned by the island’s institution.
The aim is to ensure that the public has adequate infrastructures in accordance with current regulations. The Consell is working to create a quality road network, mentioning conservation and improving safety.
Mallorca has 205 roads, with a total of 1,578.28 km. Most of these roads are conventional roads, 201, totalling 1,484 km. In addition, we have 4 high-capacity roads, with 94.6 km that reinforce the island’s communication.
One of the functions of the institution is the conservation and maintenance of roads. To achieve more optimal and efficient results, the areas of action on the island are divided into six thematic areas: the secondary road network; conservation and maintenance of the high capacity network; horizontal signalling; street lighting; maintenance of the Sóller and sa Mola tunnel and the maintenance and conservation of the Son Vic tunnel and control centres, information panels, security cameras and traffic lights.