The Mijeño City Council will put into operation on June 15 the shuttle bus that will connect the center of Mijas Pueblo with the quarry of the Port to avoid the collapse in times of tourist influx, as well as the M-122 line, which connects Fuengirola with the municipality in view of the celebration of the Latin Night, as announced this Wednesday by the Councilor for Transport and Acting Mobility, Nicolás Cruz.

The mayor stressed that “this free shuttle bus service will begin its service again on June 15, from 12:00 a.m. to 01:00 a.m., uninterruptedly”, who stressed that on the occasion of the Latin Night, which will take place next Saturday the 17th in Plaza Virgen de la Peña, “we will extend your service until 2 in the morning.”

A reinforcement that “we are also going to implement in other theme nights such as Blues Night or Celticand that we will take into account on days with a large influx of tourists during the summer period ”, Cruz has advanced.

“When there is a greater demandthis schedule reinforcement will be complemented by a new bus that provides service”, added the mayor, all to guarantee “access to our town in a comfortable and efficient way when the parking Virgen de la Peña is complete”.

Reinforcement on the M-122 line

facing the latin night celebrationthe Transport and Mobility area has also announced the reinforcement of the M-122 line with six more expeditions, “being its last departure from Mijas Pueblo at 02:30, with the aim that all those people who go up to Mijas Pueblo they can enjoy this event for longer”, Cruz concluded.

The special schedules of line M-122which connects Fuengirola and Mijas, can now be consulted on the website of the Málaga Area Metropolitan Transport Consortium, by calling 955 038 665 or through the consortium’s mobile application.

The Latin Night will be held on Saturday, June 17, starting at 7:00 p.m., in the Plaza Virgen de la Peña, with live performances by Richardson and Son Bachata, Yailo Beltrán and the Out of Series, Clave Latina or Andrés Pino and his orchestra. Admission is free.

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