Bicycle. Additions and improvements to the city’s cycling infrastructure, currently consisting of 184 km of bike lanes, have helped boost the use of the bicycle.
Mobility. Five bike lanes are coming into service, notable among which are the first section along the Eixample route and the doublé Sant Antoni Maria Claret – Indústria axis.
Noise. Launched by Barcelona City Council, the group is integrating several social players to reduce the city’s noise levels.
Mobility. The candidacy with the best overall score out of the six projects competing was ‘Pedalem Barcelona’, a joint venture between Cespa and PBSC.
Mobility. Bike lanes currently under construction will be 100% operational by the end of the year, bringing the city’s cycling infrastructure up to a total of 172 km.
Activities. Barcelona offers various options to practise sport. One of those options is the Ronda Verda, a cycle route spanning 72 kilometres which passes through different municipalities of the Barcelonès county.
Mobility. This figure means a reduction in traffic of 6.2% compared to a normal week day. The number of metro journeys increased by 3%, and Bicing journeys by 19%.
Pollution. The traffic-calming exercise at the junction between C/ Tamarit and C/ Comte Borrell reduced levels of air pollution and noise pollution.
Mobility. On Friday, 22 September, a hundred activities are being organised in 76 city streets. Citizens are recommended to get around on foot, by bike and public transport.
Exhibitions. This is the title of an exhibition is being presented on the Génesis Cycling Team club, which is on from 13 to 29 September at the Centre Cívic Zona Nord de Barcelona.