Urban planning. The first stage of work gets under way in July and midway through August the most significant changes will be made to turn the streets of Consell de Cent, Girona, Rocafort and Comte Borrell into green streets.
Urban planning. The project will last five weeks and gauge pollutant emissions, the improvement in noise levels and energy consumption of two types of machinery.
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.
Junctions are to be adapted so that the bike lane can be created, with loading/unloading areas, taxi ranks and bus-stops all to be redistributed.
Mobility and transport. Barcelona will be a test bed for smart and sustainable urban innovation projects.
Olympic Stadium. Transferring Barça’s first team matches means adopting a series of mobility measures.
Mobility. Shuttle buses will cover routes similar to the affected routes, with extra services provided on lines 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Safety and prevention. This is the first midsummer’s night celebration with no health restrictions since the pandemic.
The new service will improve mobility planning, avoid unnecessary journeys and save time.
The section runs from Passeig de Gràcia to Passeig de Sant Joan and has allowed the bike lane to be shifted onto the road surface, with two segregated one-way lanes.