La Mercè is breathing
The European Sustainable and Safe Mobility Week joins the La Mercè festivities with an extensive programme of activities organised by the City Council, entities and associations which aim to improve air quality. Enjoy the festival from 16-22 September.
New Urban Mobility Plan 2019-2024
Developing the new Urban Mobility Plan (2019-2024) is underway. The accompanying participatory process allows citizens’ perceptions and proposals to be gathered, so that the city can respond to people's mobility needs. Together, we can achieve the mobility we all want.
The L10 connects La Marina
Residents of the La Marina neighbourhood can now take the metro. Two of the five stations planned for the new L10 line are now operating: Foc and Foneria The other three connect with L9 South, L1 and L5, so the L10 line makes getting from La Marina to wherever you want to go much quicker.
Over 200 kilometres of cyclable networks
Since the beginning of 2018, 22 new cycle lanes have been opened and 13 more are expected to be open in the next few months. The new lanes are designed to consolidate the use of bikes as a safe, sustainable means of transport.
THE MOBILITY WE WANT
We are working towards a city for people that is friendly and welcoming A city to live in and enjoy a better quality of life.
A friendly, warm, Mediterranean city that you can stroll around and enjoy: Barcelona
A collective commitment to a quality public space with less pollution for everyone. An open, welcoming Barcelona where you can get round on foot, take a stroll, play in the street and talk to and meet people better. A meeting space that makes us feel like we are at home.
For safe, sustainable, efficient journeys. Connecting people, connecting neighbourhoods.
A city of 101.3 km2 where everything is within reach of everyone. Barcelona has a cycling network, a public transport system and a grid of streets which are increasingly prioritising pedestrians, guaranteeing mobility for everyone to enjoy the city to the full.
Getting around SAFELY AND SUSTAINABLY
A dynamic, diverse Barcelona open to the world where people can get around the whole city easily and efficiently.
Focusing on protecting pedestrians and easing the co-existence of different uses. On foot, by bicycle and on public transport. The best options to travel the streets safely and sustainably. Equitable mobility within everyone’s reach. Smart and respectful to the environment and people.
Barcelona is heading towards fume-free sustainable mobility.
The world’s big cities must reduce greenhouse gas emissions as part of the fight against climate change. Because we cannot let the way we get around affect the future of the planet or the generations to come. For the right to get around. For the right to a healthy city.
17/09/2018 - 15:41
Mobility. From 20 September to 10 October, four sessions open to citizens are to be held on designing the future of the city's mobility. Everyone is welcome to attend!
13/09/2018 - 17:09
Mobility. Workshops, lectures, sustainable circuits, cycling routes and much more form 16 to 22 September.
07/09/2018 - 12:03
National Day. Public transport will be bolstered for 11 September, with extra services being laid on to ensure mobility given the large volume of people expected in the city centre.
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.
Climate change is a reality and it is caused by humans. There is already proof of its impact and we have to take steps to counter it. What can you do to help?
Barcelona has a 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.
An area of more than 95 km2 has been established (Barcelona and the municipalities surrounding the ring roads or ‘rondas’) where it is planned to progressively restrict the circulation of pollutant vehicles.
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)