Mobility

When 80% of pollution comes from traffic, it becomes an obligation to switch to a new mobility system. A model which prioritises pedestrians, their safety and comfort. A model which prioritises public transport, with an agreement to connect the tram system and strengthen links with the metropolitan area, boosting the entire network. The bus network has been revamped to make it cleaner, faster and more efficient, and in response to long-standing demands from local residents the metro system now reaches La Marina and the airport. There’s firm backing for bicycles too, with a thousand kilometres of bike lanes and bike-friendly streets.

  • Mobility: a right and a matter of health

    We’re backing a healthy and sustainable city which prioritises pedestrians, followed by public transport, bicycles, and lastly, motor vehicles.

  • Majority backing to connect the tram systems in Av. Diagonal

    The full council has approved the infrastructure, the goal being to guarantee its management and public ownership.

  • Barcelona to lead the way for future mobility

    The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has chosen the project headed by the Catalan capital to become one of its innovation communities.

  • A more connected city as the L10 Sud reaches La Marina

    Trains started circulating on this brand new line on 8 September, with the opening of the Foc and Foneria stations.

  • Welcome to La Marina, L10!

    The celebration is open to the entire neighbourhood and includes children’s entertainment, the reading of a manifesto, a popular inauguration, a concert and a video on the struggle by local residents.

  • New buses for more sustainable and efficient public transport

    TMB continues to renew the city’s bus fleet with 76 new vehicles, meaning greater comfort and less pollution.