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Car Free Day Today in Mallorca

Over the last eight days a number of European cities, towns and regions participated in the European Mobility Week, Mallorca amongst them.

Inca, Manacor and Sant Llorenç des Cardassar organized bicycle rallies last Saturday with hundreds of participating cyclists claiming the roads of their towns. My photo shows the Manacor event.

Today is the last day of that Mobility Week, culminating in a Car Free Day. People are encouraged to leave their cars at home for a day and make their way by public transport. Train journeys will be free of charge today, as will be the Metro service in Palma de Mallorca, and all buses associated to the TIB organization.

Let’s make the most of it.  

The photo was taken in Manacor, Mallorca, Spain. The date: September 20th, 2008. The time was 17:16:18.

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  1. The lack of mobility with public transport in Mallorca is a great problem. Government think that a train is the best solution. We don’t agree with this solution because it doesn’t solve the mobility of people who live far from the train station.

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