Archive for June, 2017

The Platform of the Region of Murcia of support of Pedro Sánchez choose as candidate for the primaries of the PSRM to Diego Conesa

Friday, June 30th, 2017

The "Platform of the Region of Murcia to support Pedro Sánchez", held on June 28, a meeting at the headquarters of PSRM in which, among other issues, unanimously approved the attendees, to give our support in The process of primaries for the election of the Secretary General of PSRM, the comrade DIEGO CONESA.

We believe that DIEGO CONESA, a member of this Platform and known by all its involvement in the election of Pedro Sánchez as Secretary General of the PSOE, is at this moment the candidate who can best collect and give continuity to this new political project that The PSOE has initiated, and that will allow to renew and guarantee the own future of the Socialist Party of the region of Murcia.

In the opinion of this "Platform" another of the criteria we have taken into account when making our decision to choose who should be our candidate to be the future Secretary General of the PSRM, it has been the government experience that DIEGO CONESA, who Has demonstrated to have as Mayor of Alhama , and that along with its work like Secretary General of the PSOE in that locality, has among its political merits the obtaining the participation of the socialist militants in the political decision making and also to have fomented the Participation of citizens in municipal affairs.

This "Platform" believes that the values ​​taken into account by the militancy for the election of Pedro Sánchez as Secretary General of the PSOE, as have been the political coherence, humility, work, honesty and loyalty with voters and sympathizers Socialists have to have their continuity in a candidate that allows to culminate, now in the region of Murcia, this new political project and for that reason we consider that the "candidate of the militancy" is our companion DIEGO CONESA.

The "Platform" also wishes to express our respect for the other candidates that may be presented and we hope that the process of primaries will be an example of free and democratic participation of all socialist militants and that, surely, will get the PSOE to return to To be the political party of reference, obtaining the majority support of the citizenship in the region of Murcia.

Source: Plataforma RM apoyo a de Pedro Sánchez

The Community resumes meetings of the Regional Water Pact to have "a unique voice" to defend the interests of Murcia. The Water Minister, who will meet Monday with representatives of the parliamentary groups of the PP and Citizens, says Tha

Friday, June 30th, 2017

The Minister of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Francisco Jodar, announced today that next Monday, July 3, meetings are resumed with the political groups of the Regional Assembly to address the Regional Water Pact.

"We are going to do everything necessary, so that before the end of the summer, we can reach the Pact, as expressed yesterday by the President of the Community, Fernando López Miras, in his appearance at the Regional Assembly."

The councilor announced today that the meetings of next Monday will take place with the representatives of the parliamentary groups of the Popular Party and of the Citizen Party;

While saying that "we have not yet had a response from the PSOE and Podemos parliamentary groups."

"The Regional Water Pact is necessary to have a single voice, a strong voice with which to defend the interests of our farmers and irrigators in any part of Spain," said Jódar.

Regarding the contents of the Covenant, the Director has said that much progress has been made in the meetings held from October 2016 to January 2017, but that "it must be completed as soon as possible and under a basic criterion which is unity."

He pointed out that the Pact should capture the use of all possible water resources, "given that complementary resources (reuse, desalination and saving) are not enough to cover the water deficit of the Segura basin, so that transfers and Transfers are necessary for the Region of Murcia. "

The announcement of the meetings on the Regional Water Pact was made today by the head of Water in the meetings he held with irrigators Aledo, Totana, Lorca and Campo de Cartagena.

In both meetings, the minister said that "for the regional government water is a priority and will not stop working to meet the demands of its irrigators and farmers, to end, once and for all, the uncertainty Which accompanies them campaign after campaign. "

Source: CARM

The arrival of international tourists to the Region increases by 12.3 percent over the previous year

Friday, June 30th, 2017

The growth rate of foreign tourism from January to May exceeds by almost a point to that registered in the whole of Spain

United Kingdom, France and Nordic Countries are the main countries that emit tourism to the Region

A total of 346,082 foreign tourists have traveled to the Region of Murcia in the first five months of the year, 12.3 percent more than in the same period of the previous year, that is, 38.036 more tourists, according to data from the Survey Frontur Of the National Institute of Statistics (INE).

In this same period, the number of tourists who visited Spain increased by 11.6 percent, so that the Region surpasses in almost a point to the one registered in the whole of the country and is placed like the seventh community with a greater increase, surpassing The growth rate of some of the main tourist communities: Catalonia (10.5 percent), Andalusia (9.6 percent), Canary Islands (9.6 percent) and Balearics (8.8 percent).

The director general of the Tourism Institute, Manuel Fernández-Delgado, said that "among the reasons that have contributed to these good results is the enhancement of the large seasonal products of the Region outside Spain such as religious, nautical or golf , Active and nature.

In addition, a new international operation has been launched from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Environment, which will include 15 programs in nine countries related to sun and beach, golf and senior tourism products: three in the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic;

Two in Sweden and Bulgaria;

And one in France, Portugal, Denmark, Finland and Holland.

Together, these operations are expected to bring to the Region 22,000 tourists that will generate a total of 120,000 overnight stays.

In May, according to the same source, the Region received 64,167 foreign tourists, 1,902 more tourists than in the same month of 2016, representing a year-on-year growth of 3.1 percent.

The main access route of the international tourists to the Region of Murcia were the airports, with a quota of 85 percent on the total.

The means of transport by road were the entry route of 12.6 percent of foreign tourists.

Spain received 7.9 million international tourists in May, 11.7 percent more than in the same month of 2016.

Main Markets

In the first five months of 2017, the United Kingdom was the main country issuing foreign tourism to the Region, with 148,374 tourists, accounting for 42.9 percent of the total and an increase of 23.1 percent.

France is the second with 47,879 tourists, 18 percent more than in 2016, and a share of 13.8 percent.

The Nordic countries were the third market, with 36,376 tourists, an increase of 67.7 percent and a weight of 10.5 percent.

Belgium was the fourth market to the Region with 23,026 tourists, almost double that in 2016, and a weight of 6.7 percent.

Germany ranked as the fifth issuing market with 22,514 tourists and a share of 6.5 percent.

The sixth in the ranking is Ireland with 19,527 tourists and a share of 5.6 percent, followed by the Netherlands, with 2.7 percent, and Italy, with 2.1 percent.

Source: CARM

López Miras announces a 'second chance' program to help entrepreneurs with financial burdens resume their activity

Friday, June 30th, 2017

The 'RENACE' Plan, to be launched in July, is a program for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs who can not renew or To join the labor market

The President of the Community closes the 39th General Assembly of Croem and assures that "many families already perceive the recovery, but we must get it to reach all"

The president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, announced today that the regional government is going to launch a program of aid to help entrepreneurs with financial burdens to resume their activity.

"The 'RENACE' Plan is a second chance program for those entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs who, because of the crisis, can not re-enter or join the labor market on equal terms due to the financial burdens they have," explained López Miras.

The Chief Executive explained that the plan will be launched in July and that will contribute to assess the effort to create new businesses.

"Thanks to this plan entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs whose business closed will be exempt or reduced part of their economic burdens," he said.

During his speech at the General Assembly of the Regional Confederation of Business Organizations of Murcia (Croem), López Miras stressed that "it is fair to recognize that entrepreneurs, through their different sectors and spheres of our economy, have been the protagonists of a Real and effective recovery that must be reversible and that thousands of citizens and families of the Region already perceive in their environment.

The president stressed that companies, self-employed and entrepreneurs "have made that in the last year have created almost 30,000 jobs."

He noted that "the behavior of the regional economy in the first quarter has been spectacular," and stressed that while in Spain employment is created at a rate of 3.5 percent, the region does so at 5 percent.

López Miras recalled that the Region grows above the national average and its growth forecasts have risen from 2.5 to 2.8 percent per year.

He explained that "it is a healthy growth model" based on exports, which have increased 30 percent in the first quarter;

Tourist overnight stays, which are at historic highs, and industrial production, which has grown by 10 percent.

In addition, increased business and consumer confidence has increased investment, consumption and employment, "recovering pre-crisis GDP levels in 2016."

He also advanced that the GDP of 2017 "will be the largest in our history."

"We are proud of this data, but we can not fall into self-indulgence," said the president, who said that "the demand must be even greater to get the recovery together."

He affirmed that this is "the greatest challenge of the Government" and alluded to the Plan for Quality Employment agreed with the social agents, with very concrete measures to create employment and improve their quality, stability and retribution.

"To take advantage of the potential we have is necessary to continue structural reforms," ​​he said.

He advanced the implementation of the second administrative simplification law and referred to the lowering of taxes and the conversion of the Region into an area of ​​economic freedom attractive to companies, "because the work of government and entrepreneurs is an alliance that reports Benefits to society as a whole ".

He underlined the importance of companies adapting to technological advances so as not to lose their competitive position, and the need to increase their size to facilitate their internationalization.

Before the closing of the Russian market or the Brexit, indicated that "we must find new markets" so that it does not stop the growth of the regional companies.

That is why "it is incomprehensible for anyone to question the Free Trade Agreement with Canada," he said, because "we have to make things easier and not put obstacles in the wheels."

In the last five years regional companies have increased exports by more than 30 percent and there are almost 5,000 exporting companies that exceed 9 billion.

He assured that the Government will continue being "a useful ally" in the expansion of the regional companies, impelling new commercial missions

National and solidarity solution to the water problem

Among other issues that he described as "essential" in the development of the Region, López Miras referred to water and the need for the Region to have "a unique voice that seeks not only the defense of this land, but the survival of all Our nation ".

"The drought does not understand regions, nor limits of watershed," he stressed.

"We will find the solution when all of Spain understands that the thirst of the Murcia countryside belongs to everyone and not only ours," and when "our requirement for a national water agreement as a vertebrate and solidarity solution is met."

That is why, he said, "the transfers, which are absolutely necessary, are only one piece in a much larger gear."

The president assured that "if they kill the countryside Murcia will be condemning to hunger to many generations of people living far from here" and, therefore, "our problem is also yours."

"There were those who doubted that we demanded extraordinary measures and we have achieved them, there were those who doubted that the Mar Menor would recover and is on the way to being achieved", stressed the president, who invited everyone "to join a voice, Of the whole Region, to demand a National Pact that gives definitive solutions to the problem of water ".

A Government "of facts, not of words"

The president of the Community said that the regional government is working to complete a process of development of communication infrastructure "that has lasted too long and has exhausted the patience of more than one, mine, the first," he added.

"But today I will not look back, nor justify dates based on the obstacles that have been put in the way," he said.

He referred to the Mediterranean Corridor, and said that "we want to see advances, results, dates and commitments" of infrastructure "essential for the whole of Spain and for regions that represent almost 50 percent of the national GDP."

In this regard, he recalled that Cartagena will host in July a meeting of the Regional Forum of Murcia Mediterranean Corridor to be attended by the national coordinator of the Corridor, Juan Barios, to learn about the situation of the projects and works of this infrastructure in the Region and acquire commitments .

In the same terms he referred to the areas of logistics activities in Murcia and Cartagena, or the arrival of the AVE to Murcia, Cartagena and later to Lorca, as well as the Camarillas variant, "which should culminate as soon as possible," he stressed.

"My Government is not that of words, but of facts," said the president, who added that "there are a million and a half people who expect from us courage, determination and strength to offer solutions."

He referred to the ability to address these challenges "from the dialogue and the loyal union of all Murcia" and said that "you have to be honest in the approaches, effective in solutions and committed to people."

That is why, he said, "my commitment is to step forward, convinced that together we are capable of everything."

Source: CARM

Agriculture reinforces controls on 'Xylella fastidiosa' after the detection of a focus in Alicante

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Next week will be convened the Plant Protection Bureau to inform the sector of the situation and additional measures that the Ministry has established

The Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries will strengthen the controls of the bacterium 'Xylella fastidiosa', after detecting a focus in the province of Alicante, specifically in an almond plantation located in Guadalest in the sierra near Benidorm.

This plan of reinforcement of the controls will be done especially in the cultures of almond and olive tree.

Counselor Francisco Jodar stressed that "the situation is not an imminent danger since last week samples of almonds were taken in the area of ​​Campo de Cartagena and Yecla with negative result in the analyzes carried out by real-time PCR technique carried out By the Agrifood and Animal Health Laboratory ".

"From the Ministry we will put all means so that this bacterium does not reach the crops of the Region of Murcia," remarked the counselor.

According to the criteria of the national contingency plan established against this bacterium in 2017, the Ministry has made since last January a total of 278 controls, 210 on susceptible commercial plantations (mainly citrus, almond, vine and fruit trees) and 68 On nurseries where the plants specified in Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/789 were produced or marketed.

Approximately 50% of these controls have been carried out so far this year. In addition, the Ministry will increase the human resources of the Plant Protection Service, and will soon incorporate 9 technicians to reinforce the inspection tasks.

Next week a meeting of the National Phytosanitary Committee is called to account for what has been this first focus in the peninsula.

Also next week will be called the regional table of Plant Protection to inform the sector of the situation and additional measures to be established by the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.

Special surveillance plan

The Ministry launched the special monitoring plan on the introduction of plant material in ornamental, fruit, citrus and olive trees, and to check the entry of plants from the Balearic Islands, where several cases of the bacterium 'Xylella fastidiosa' '.

This plan complies with the publication in the BOE on Saturday, January 21, of the order laying down specific measures of prevention in relation to the bacterium 'Xylella fastidiosa'.

The bacterium 'Xylella fastidiosa' ('Wells et al.') Has more than 300 hosts and causes serious damage to crops such as citrus, grapevines, almonds, peach trees and numerous ornamental species.

Its presence in plants is responsible for various diseases of economic importance for agricultural production.

This bacterium causes a rapid and generalized decay of the plant, producing, in the most severe cases, the drought of leaves and branches, and finally, the death of the whole plant.

In many of the host species, the presence of the bacteria does not manifest any symptoms, which makes detection very difficult.

'Xylella fastidiosa' ('Wells et al.') Is transmitted from one plant to another by the action of a vector insect, so that the main route of propagation of the disease is trade.

Source: CARM

The Community receives 412,000 euros from the State to assist victims of gender violence, 45% more than in 2016

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Regional Government allocates more than 2 million to actions against mistreatment, 26% more for houses And launches a new program for victims of sexual assault

The Minister of Family and Equal Opportunities, Violante Tomás, said today that the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality has increased by 45 percent the funds that come to the Region of Murcia for programs that guarantee assistance to victims of Gender violence, which this year reach 412,000 euros, compared to 284,000 euros in the past.

Violante Tomás stated that at the Sectorial Conference on Equality, held yesterday, the distribution by autonomous communities of these funds were carried out in two programs.

Thus, the Region receives 255,000 euros for comprehensive social assistance for women and minor victims, and 62,000 euros for programs to improve and coordinate personalized plans.

In addition, the Autonomous Community will launch a new line of aid for the care of victims of sexual assault, with more than 94,000 euros.

The head of Family and Equal Opportunities met today with representatives of the Citizens party to advance the Regional Pact against Gender Violence.

Specifically, the Secretary General of the Ministry, Manuel Marcos Sánchez;

The director general of Women and Equality of Opportunities, Alicia Barquero, and representatives of Citizens, Miguel Angel Lopez and Veronica Alcaraz.

Pact with broad participation

In this regard, the minister said that "the pact must be an instrument of mobilization and awareness of the whole society. Administrations, business and trade union organizations, institutions, associations, media and citizens have a moral obligation to We are involved in the eradication of this serious problem. The fight against gender violence is a commitment of public and private agents, so we ask for the participation of all levels for its drafting. "

Violante Tomás explained at the meeting that "we are a pioneering community at the national level in the creation of specialized services for the care of women and children victims of gender violence."

In this regard, she cited three initiatives, specific family encounter points of gender violence, the itinerant service for minors exposed to gender violence and the agreements with Civil Protection for psychological care in emergency situations.

The Minister referred to the participation of the Community in the Working Group of the Observatory of Gender Violence, to the collaboration in the evaluation of the National Strategy for the Eradication of Violence against Women since the Region has been designated as Council for the Elimination of Racial or Ethnic Discrimination on behalf of the Autonomous Communities.

The Community is allocating a total of 2.2 million this year to the prevention of gender-based violence and the care of victims.

In addition, it has increased funding for shelters and sheltered housing by 26 percent, from 190,000 last year to 240,000 euros, which has allowed the start of another shelter in the municipality of Murcia.

The regional network of resources for gender-based violence provides personalized and comprehensive care to women who suffer from this violence, as well as to their dependent minor children, who are also recognized as direct victims.

This last year attended to 3,356 women, of whom 2,100 first accessed the resources.

The network has 21 CAVIs that guarantee the specialized attention to women victims of gender violence in the 45 municipalities;

Urgent care resources such as the 112 device and the Emergency Center, as well as foster homes and a guarded floor.

Source: CARM

Health offers advice to prevent accidents on beaches and swimming pools

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Before the bath season that has just begun, it is recommended to exercise extreme caution and not leave children alone in the water

In the case of the elderly, it is advisable not to overestimate their physical capacity and not to move away from the shore

The Ministry of Health has developed a decalogue of recommendations to prevent accidents related to bathing in beaches and pools during the summer.

The director general of Public Health and Addictions, Jose Carlos Vicente, stressed that "the bathing season extends, for the purposes of sanitary control, five months of the year, but during the summer more leisure activities and water sports , In addition to the refreshing bath, as a natural response to high temperatures.

All this "increases the risk of drowning and other serious injuries, such as head injury and spinal cord injuries, which we want to avoid with these tips."

Vicente recalled that "every year more than 400 people die in Spain as a result of drownings. In the case of children, most of them take place in swimming pools, while older people suffer more accidents at sea. Must exaggerate prudence. "

For this reason, it had an impact on the necessary vigilance of minors and the accompaniment of elders at sea, where sea currents can exert an unexpected force.

He also emphasized the attention to people of any age who present some type of previous pathology that makes special bath control necessary.

Children, never alone

One of the main factors to keep in mind is that a young child can drown in very little water, such as two centimeters in a bathtub or an inflatable pool, so you should never leave them alone. Go to bathe the child has to have the appropriate security measures (lifeguard, perimeter fencing), so that children can not access freely.

Minors should be supervised at all times when in the water or playing near the water.

If the child does not know how to swim or not at all, it is necessary to wear a floating life jacket when bathing or water sports.

Inflatable floats are not recommended.

At the beach, it is imperative to respect and enforce safety standards, so teach the children the meaning of flags and never bathe if it is red.

With minors, it is always better to bathe in beaches with surveillance, never in areas where it is not advised and always respecting the indications of the lifeguards and the danger signals through the code of colored flags.


More than 35 percent of people who die from drowning are people over 65, so it is advisable to follow simple recommendations, such as respecting the flags and the instructions of the rescuers.

It is important not to overestimate the physical condition or the ability to swim.

At sea, if the elderly person is tired or has difficulty returning to the shore, he should swim on his back by moving his legs only until he reaches the shore.

It is recommended that the elderly get into the water always accompanied, do not move away from the shore and never bathe in areas where it is prohibited.

It is also advisable to leave the water immediately if you are tired or feel cold.

The consumption of alcohol before the bath diminishes the capacity of reaction to a danger and can promote behaviors that can put in health risk.

Bathing at night is very dangerous, because if a setback occurs, no one can see it.

Sanitary control of bath waters

During the bathing season in the Region, from May 15 to September 30, the Ministry of Health develops its Bathing Water Sanitation Control program, based on periodic visual inspections of water and sand and sampling of the Water in the 84 beaches surveyed for health surveillance purposes.

The frequency is fortnightly on all beaches and weekly on several beaches of the Mar Menor.

For the peace of mind of the bathers, there is an Alert Protocol to intervene quickly and prohibit bathing when there are incidents that may affect the health of bathers, such as spills from land to sea, for example, ravine floods, discharges from a network Of sewerage after torrential rains or accidental or inadvertent discharges from the sewage system.

In order to maintain permanent monitoring of bathing water, inspection services are scheduled every day of the week in order to detect incidents and generate a rapid response.

During the summer the Program of Sanitary Control of Swimming Pools is intensified, since it is this summer season when the public open all the open swimming pools of public and private ownership for at least two months.

The Ministry conducts periodic visits to check the hygiene and safety conditions of the facilities, the quality of bathing water and the duty to inform the public about hygiene measures and behavior to be taken into account by users.

An alert protocol is responsible for detecting incidents and preventing their effects, such as drowning or outbreak due to water contamination, in order to ascertain the origin and establish corrective measures.

Source: CARM

Coec supports women entrepreneurs during the celebration of their assembly

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Pedro Pablo Hernández, president of the Regional Confederation of Business Organizations of Cartagena (COEC), attended the closing of the Assembly of the Association of Professional Women Entrepreneurs and Directives of Cartagena and Comarca (AMEP), in support of the employers of Cartagena The women who dedicate their efforts for the business fabric of the Shire.

During the celebration of the Assembly were also present the President of the Regional Assembly, Rosa Peñalver;

The Minister of Transparency, Participation and Spokesperson, Noelia Arroyo;

And the president of AMEP, Nuria Castillo, as well as other entrepreneurs who are part of the association.

The president of COEC has once again expressed its admiration for women entrepreneurs as one of the most active associations of the Confederation and for its "dedication to the economic growth of the Region of Cartagena."

In addition, it has made a complaint to the business unit, stressing that "it is necessary to work together, promoting equality between men and women, and teaching the work that women entrepreneurs do," said Pedro Pablo Hernández.

For his part, Nuria Castillo has sent a message of gratitude to the regional and local government, as well as the Councilor for Equality, David Martinez, and, in particular, all the women who make up the association.

"Since AMEP we are working hard to boost the competitiveness, growth and feminine leadership of the Region of Cartagena," said the president of AMEP.

"Women are currently leading the economic growth of the Region," Noelia Arroyo said during her speech.

Likewise, the Councilor stressed that the regional government has approved new aid to ensure that long-term unemployed women who become autonomous have a zero quota for the first 12 months and 50 euros per month for the second year;

As well as other aid, greater than men, which can reach up to 7,500 euros.

Another of the measures contemplated by the Government is the promotion of an administrative simplification that facilitates the creation of businesses and the start up of businesses, and that from January 1, 2018, the inheritance tax will be eliminated.

Source: Agencias

Hotel Servigroup Galúa in the Top Ten of the Best Beach Hotels in Spain 2016

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Located in the Manga del Mar Menor, it has been chosen by guests as the best beach hotel in Murcia

The Hotel Servigroup Galúa is among the ten best hotels in Playa de España 2016 according to yesterday published the online magazine Room5, a publication on hotels and trips of Trivago, the largest hotel search engine in the world.

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In the publication they indicate the election of "a hotel for each autonomous community with coast" attending to "the valuation granted by the users, the value for money and, of course, that they are located by the sea."

This 4 star hotel is located in La Manga, in a privileged environment where it is possible to enjoy a holiday of the most varied in this particular scenario between the Mediterranean Sea and the Mar Menor.

Its comfortable rooms overlooking the sea and its unique and privileged beachfront location make Hotel Servigroup Galúa an ideal place to spend a few days with your family, as a couple or to hold professional events and meetings in La Manga del Mar Menor.

Hotels Servigroup counts on its national division with Beach hotels in Benidorm, Villajoyosa, Orihuela Costa, La Manga, Mojácar, Alcocéber and Peñíscola.

Source: Agencias

Bus transport lines reinforce services to beaches starting tomorrow

Friday, June 30th, 2017

The new schedules will be in force from July 1 to August 31

José Ramón Diez de Revenga, general director of Transport, Coast and Ports, informed today that the autonomic transport lines will reinforce their services to the beaches from tomorrow, July 1, and until August 31, with the aim Of promoting coastal tourism in the Region of Murcia.

Specifically, Line 70 is powered from the Murcia Station, and runs through the municipalities and districts of San Javier, La Ribera, Lo Pagan, San Pedro del Pinatar, Pilar de la Horadada and Torre de la Horadada and ends in Campoamor (Alicante).

The route includes 25 stops along the coast, the frequency is one bus hourly and provides service from the first to the last hour of the day.

The goal is to meet the needs of users during the holiday period.

The director explained that there are other lines that adapt to the flow of passengers in this summer season in which the volume of travel is moved to the coast, after the cessation of activity in education centers and the holiday period.

Ten de Revenga advised users to inform themselves of the schedule changes.

Thus, the lines that have changed their service are: 1 (San Ginés-Estadio Municipal Condomina), 26 (El Palmar-Murcia), 28 (Sangonera la Verde- Murcia), 39 A (Campus Universitario de Espinardo- Murcia), 44 (Alcantarilla – Murcia Espinardo), 50 (Algezares – Murcia – Cabezo de Torres), 70 (Murcia-San Pedro del Pinatar-Campoamor) and 78 (Alcantarilla-El Palmar (Arrixaca).

In the summer they suspend service until September 32 (Crossing of El Raal-Murcia) and 47 (Molina de Segura-Campus UCAM).

In addition, it suspends the night services (00:05 and 2:30 hours) line 52 (Altorreal Murcia).

Source: CARM