The public exhibition period for the basic project of the trambadia, in the Balearic Islands, has begun.

Nov 13, 2022 | Current affairs, Featured, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

/All the information can be consulted on the new website

The basic project for the trambadia was published today in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands, and the publication marks the start of a twenty-day public exhibition period.

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The General State Budget foresees, for 2023, the first allocation of 20 million euros as the first yearly payment that allows the Government to tender the works for the first section of the Palma tramway, between Plaza de España and the Airport.

Once the basic project has been processed (on public exhibition as of today), the construction phase can begin with the drafting of the construction project, which will allow it to begin in 2023. It is expected to be finished in 2027.

At the same time, the Government is moving forward with the procedures for sections 2 and 3, Playa de Palma and Son Espases, which will complete the route of this first phase of the tramway.

The 10.8-kilometre section that is being put out for public exhibition is the longest of the three and represents almost half of the route.

This first section will have 16 stops between Plaza España and the airport. The expected journey time will be 31 minutes with a frequency of every 10 minutes.

The stops will be as follows: Plaza España, Avenida Gabriel Alomar/C/Manacor, Avenida Gabriel Alomar/C/Pérez Galdós, C/Manuel Azaña, Avenida México, C/Ciutat de la Plata, C/Llucmajor Pabellón Joan Amengual, C/Llucmajor, C/Cardenal Rossell/Ciutat Jardí, C/Cardenal Rossell/Guasp, C/Darwin, C/A. Llabrés i Morei, C/Virgili, Gran Vía de Can Pastilla, Airport long-stay car park, Airport Terminal.

It will connect Palma’s Llevant neighbourhoods with the centre and will also serve new growth areas, such as Nou Llevant, where innovation projects linked to research, culture and new technologies are also planned.

It will improve the connection with the airport, the coastal area and the city centre, boosting the mobility and connectivity of residents and visitors. It will also transform the streets through which it passes, making them more pedestrian-friendly.

In terms of reducing emissions, the tram runs along the avenues, one of the most polluted areas of the city. As it is electric, it will help reduce noise and pollution.

The Government will continue to work with the neighbourhood organisations and sectors involved so that they can get to know the project in detail.

You can consult all the information at the basic project can be downloaded at the following link: