European Mobility Week 2022

Barcelona is taking part in Mobility Week with a series of activities for everyone, young and old. The action begins on Friday 16 de September, with Park(ing)Day and concludes on 22 September, with World Car-Free Day

Temporary Price Reduction at public transport. September-December 2022

The main integrated public-transport cards that are purchased between 1 September and 31 December will be at reduced prices.

Safe mobility

Infringing regulations leads to fines and puts peaceful coexistence at risk. Making the city a safer place

New T-mobilitat. Now with T-casual

Available now T-casual, T-usual, T-jove to travel with T-mobilitat by train at zones 2 and 3.

Transformation of Via Laietana to get under way

Check the approximate calendar for works. We are renewing Via Laietana to make it more pleasant and practical for pedestrians and cyclists.

Latest news

Mercè 2018, Barcelona, festa major

Special security, cleaning and mobility operation for La Mercè

22/09/2022 - 15:27

La Mercè. Municipal services will be bolstered to ensure coexistence during the city’s local festival.

Greater energy efficiency and savings on the metro and bus network

20/09/2022 - 14:35

Mobility and transport. As part TMB’s Energy Efficiency and Savings Plan, various measures will help avoid 122,000 of carbon dioxide emissions a year.

Traçat de la nova línia d'alta tensió Sants-Hostafrancs-Mata

New high voltage line between La Bordeta and El Poble-sec

19/09/2022 - 19:32

Public works. Between July and September, Endesa will be renewing 5 km of a high voltage power line crossing the whole district of Sants-Montjuïc. See the traffic disruptions anticipated.

Work to remodel La Rambla gets under way on 3 October

19/09/2022 - 14:55

Urban planning. Work gets under way in the section between the Columbus monument and Santa Madrona.


We’re adapting public space and mobility so that we can get around the city more easily and safely, always using healthy and sustainable means of transport which benefit everybody. We’re working for the city we want.


There are a lot of people in the city and each of us moves around in a different way. We therefore need to know the regulations for each mode of transport that we use.

Barcelona City Council is also promoting infrastructure improvements for each mode of transport, as well as measures to protect the most vulnerable users –bicycle and motorcycle riders and pedestrians–, with regulations that foster peaceful coexistence and safety, to protect ourselves and care for other users.

Priority: Pedestrians

Pedestrians are at the centre of mobility more than ever now: in Barcelona people get around on foot and enjoy the city.

Walking is the healthiest and most natural way for us to get about. We’re all pedestrians at one moment or another. It’s essential to have traffic-calmed spaces, where we can get around safely with less pollution.  Spaces where we can get together, chat, play and stroll. Spaces for enjoying the city.


Barcelona is adapting to become a leader in sustainable fume-free mobility.

Fighting climate change and reducing greenhouse-gas emissions is more necessary than ever. Barcelona is making the most of the opportunity to work towards a healthy city, where the right to mobility and the right to a future with clean air coexist.

City Cycling

Bike lanes, cycling corridors and streets with 30 km/h speed limits offer spaces where bikes get priority over motor vehicles.

We’re opening up spaces for the bicycle to become the priority means of transport. We're extending the network of bike lanes and guaranteeing journeys around the city by linking street-calmed areas with public transport options so that you can always take your bike with you.  

Recommended websites

The electric mobility strategy in Barcelona

The electric mobility strategy aims to increase the number of electric vehicles used by municipal services and public transport, as well as incentivising their private use.

Electric wheels, platforms and scooters

You can check the regulation for personal mobility vehicles (PMV) and cycles with more than two wheels, in order to solve the problems of coexistence in the public space.

The pavements for pedestrians

Take a look at the parking regulation for motorcycles and mopeds in the streets of Barcelona Thank you for parking in the designated spaces!

What is the low emission zone?

An area of more than 95 km2 has been established (Barcelona and the municipalities surrounding the ring roads or ‘rondas’) where it is restricted the circulation of pollutant vehicles.

The cyclist network continues to grow

You can see the map of the bicycle lane network, both implemented and in progress, as well as the cycle routes in Barcelona (last updated: September 2018)

New T-mobilitat

Available now with T-usual and T-jove, also for single parent and large families.