Walks. The weekend of 20 and 21 October saw the return of the Barcelona International Walk, with five itinerary options in two days, starting from the CEM Trinitat Vella.
Urban planning. The investment will be spread over the next ten years and used on mobility, revamping and maintaining public urban space.
Urban planning. The project should stop traffic heading through the neighbourhood to reach the Ronda de Dalt.
Technology. Over fifty activities fill the city’s neighbourhoods to prompt reflection on the challenges, limits and opportunities offered by smart cities.
Road safety. The Cycling Safety Conference is taking place at the CCCB, on 10 and 11 October.
MUV, Urban Mobility Values, promotes changes in habits when it comes to travelling through the city.
Urban planning. The name change is being promoted by local entities and residents.
City Council. The Procura+ network, made up of over forty European municipalities and regions, has awarded Barcelona its Procurement Initiative of the Year prize.
Mobility. In addition, the 24 and 92 bus services, heavily used by tourists, will no longer stop in front of the park.