The proposals for the new fares are as follows:
- They will benefit those using public transport regularly, with a cost reduction of 25% for single-person tickets. There will be a new ticket aimed at regular train, metro, bus, and tram commuters, the T-usual, which will become the ticket for regular use, with unlimited travel for 30 days and a cost of €40, more economical than the most popular current tickets (T-mes and T-50/30). Meanwhile, the T-jove will maintain the same conditions, but will be significantly reduced in price: from the current €105 to €80 in 2020 for Zone 1.
- Multi-journey tickets (T-10), often the ticket of choice for sporadic users and visitors, will see a price increase of 10%. The new T-casual, which is currently the T-10, will become a single-person ticket.
- The T-familiar card has arrived, allowing 8 journeys within 30 consecutive days as from the date of its first validation. It will cost 10 euros for zone 1 and become operational on 1 March. A multi-person ticket requiring no accreditation.
As Barcelona and its metropolitan area has such a high density of vehicles and smog, in order to fight against air pollution and the problems associated with road congestion, encouraging the use of more sustainable ways of getting around, such as public transport, is a priority aspect of its public policies for mobility and health protection.