The public is becoming increasingly aware of the kind of city it wants. A city with less pollution, less noise and more greenery to improve people’s health and quality of life.
A city with friendly public spaces for residents, for use in a whole range of different ways, such as playing games, taking strolls, doing sport, sharing moments and meeting people, with modern, advanced facilities that promote meeting spaces and which are accessible to everyone, wherever they live.
When public spaces are improved for the benefit of the people, cities are transformed into true 21st-century cities. And one way of improving them is to commit to public transport and sustainable mobility.
We are talking about connecting people, neighbourhoods and districts, municipalities and indeed Barcelona in all its aspects.