Environment. The goal of the new plant is to save 417,276 tonnes in CO2 emissions between 2021 and 2032.
Barcelona trials a new distribution model for waste containers in Fort Pienc and Dreta de l’Eixample
Environment. Selective waste containers will be grouped into islands from October.
Commerce and markets. Information from the Municipal Data Office shows the benefits the superblock has for local commerce.
Urban planning. Initial approval for the measure which will maintain space gained for use by local people, facilitating pedestrian mobility and providing support for a restaurant sector hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis.
Barcelona Superblock. Two further meetings are being held once more for the Barcelona Superblock participatory process, on 21 and 22 September, to present the plans for the new green corridors and squares.
Mobility and transport. Administrations and operators highlight the service they provide for the resumption of activity with this campaign promoting sustainable mobility.
Mobility and transport. The first XPRESBus urban service is created and will connect Francesc Macià with Glòries, while more trains will be running on the metro lines where demand is highest.
2030 Agenda. Barcelona, Seville, Valencia and Madrid sign an agreement as part of the Cities 2030 initiative, designed to speed up the transformation of cities so there are 100 climate-neutral cities by 2030.
Mobility and transport. The goals are to promote safer and more sustainable mobility in the city and improve air quality
Barcelona Superblock. These were the conclusions of several studies conducted by the Barcelona Public Health Agency.