Mobility. The length of bike lanes covering the city has increased by 21% over the last two years, progressing from 116 to 141 kilometres.
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Mobility. The use of helmets, the minimum age and the speed at which PMVs can circulate are the main aspects to be regulated.
Infrastructure. The plan which the Department for Mobility is working with to extend and improve the city’s cycle lane network, includes a major project on Gran Via.
Bicing. The municipal government has reached an agreement with the company which manages the city’s public bicycle service, extending the contracts of personnel currently operating the service.
Bicycles. This is a pilot test, with fourteen stations with a capacity for 150 bicycles. The annual subscription is 15 euros.
Infrastructures. Work is due to start on building the mountain-sea cycle axis to link Esplugues and Hospitalet, and make it easier into Barcelona by bike.
Ecology. A new municipal plan sets out low emissions zones, restricts access for the most polluting vehicles and promotes public transport.
Safety. A campaign run last month led to City Police reporting over 2,500 cases of distractions while driving.