bicycle. The upgrading of the Bicing system has begun. New bike stations, new website, new app, new user support office and new bicycles.
Mobility. The new system aims to boost use by 10% and will operate side by side with the old service during a three-month changeover period, with no disruptions to service.
Senior citizens. The intergenerational programme ‘Pedal for active ageing’ is backed by the Department for the Promotion of Senior Citizens
Mobility. Personal mobility vehicles must use bike lanes, areas with 30 km/h speed limits and calmed streets. The minimum age for users is 16.
Mobility. Bicycles will not be allowed to circulate on pavements after 1 January, except for wider spaces and cyclists under 12.
Senior citizens. Cycling Without Age gives back the right to feel the wind in you hair, with senior citizens riding on tricycles driven by volunteers.
Mobility. The new service will be rolled out between January and April 2019.
Bicycles. Six teams of experts in data analysis worked on open bicycle data from the Open Data BCN portal.
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.