Every year, European Mobility Week brings together all the activities organised by different organisations and institutions relating to sustainable mobility: talks, presentations, promotional activities, workshops and more. This year’s programme will need to adapt in line with the necessary measures for preventing the spread of Covid-19.
At a European level, this year marks two decades of campaigns which continue to provide support for local initiatives working to make cities safer, greener, more inclusive and more accessible. Over the years, besides municipalities, many administrations, NGOs and businesses have got involved and helped us on the path towards increasingly sustainable mobility.
For Barcelona, 2021 is a year shaped by the slow process of emerging from the pandemic, and by the approval of the Urban Mobility Plan 2024 (PMU), aimed at shaping strategic mobility policies in the city over the next few years, and the safe and sustainable forms of mobility promoted by European Mobility Week are an essential part of this.