Neglecting maintenance often results in overgrown vegetation, which individuals may exploit to block public access points.
The Council of Mallorca wants to scrap the lane.
The town hall would like the restrictions to start on May 1 and end on October 31.
The MA-13, which is single lane from Sa Pobla to Alcudia.
The MA-30 in Palma, which has a reputation as a black spot.
Over the Christmas period, police controls to check on driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs are stepped up.
The Council of Mallorca wants to get rid of the lane.
The speed limit was reduced from 120 km/h in February 2021.
Meanwhile, continuous lines are being painted on certain sections to prevent sudden lane changes at exits.
A return to 120 km/h would seem to have been ruled out.
Two lanes on specific sections of the road.
One association favours a reduction in the number of cars; the other does not.
Obvious road safety implications.
On the road between Can Picafort and Santa Margalida.
Dangerous, to say the least.
The new administration at the Council of Mallorca maintains that the lane is illegal.
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