Safety and prevention. Over two hundred people attend the 25th Barcelona Road Safety Forum.
The Mies van der Rohe Foundation is to open its pavilion to the public every first Sunday of the month
Architecture. The Foundation is to extend its educational activities programme in 2020 and include new workshops for primary-school students and for families.
Tourism. The management model for reducing the impact of crowding in the park and its environs gains the World Responsible Tourism Award.
Urban planning and infrastructures. The new eObres project went live on 4 November, allowing online processing of permits for major works.
Tourism. Some 4.2 million euros are to be allocated to beefing up public transport, promoting culture and improving public space.
Urban planning. More space is to be created for pedestrians between C/ Mallorca and C/ Josep Estivill, with a bike lane in the road and more greenery.
Economy. The AMB has approved a price cut which will benefit 2.8 million users in 23 municipalities.
Childhood. A new play area has also been opened in the Parc Central de Nou Barris, featuring two giant whales swimming together.
Economy. Initial approval has been given for changes in taxes to be able to tackle the climate emergency and the intensive use of public space.
Smart City. From 11 to 17 November we’ll be reflecting on the city model which Barcelona aspires to, with a week of activities for people to be more in touch with how technologies and accumulated knowledge make for fairer, more...