Work to connect the tram systems moves forward at a good pace
Urban planning. The first shelters for the future Sicília stop have been installed and welding has now started to fix the tracks in their definitive place.
The Barcelona Superblock model reaches the C40 World Mayors Summit
Barcelona Superblock. Berlin, Vienna, Rotterdam, Bogotá and Los Angeles have already adapted the Barcelona model and over 250 cities and countries have asked for technical information.
Second stage of work tendered to connect the tram systems in Av. Diagonal
The link-up of the two systems will give Barcelona a public transport system connecting nine municipalities in the metropolitan area.
Disruptions to mobility owing to tramway work over the coming months
Work will continue this summer to join up the city's tram network through Av Diagonal. This will disrupt mobility in the city along several points, with diversions and changes in bus and cycling traffic.
Work gets under way to link the tram systems in Av. Diagonal
Urban planning. The first stage of the work will extend the tram by 1.8 kilometres, from Glòries to Verdaguer, adding three new stops to the network.
Work to connect the tram systems in Av. Diagonal to start the week of 7 March
Tram. Work to extend the tram systems in Av. Diagonal gets under way during the week of 7 March.
Countdown for the start of work to connect the tram systems
The work to link up the current tram networks will help make for a healthier, more sustainable and better-connected city.
Countdown to the start of the first phase of the tram network connection works
Mobility and transport. Work will then begin on awarding the works contracts and commencing the work on the Verdaguer-Glòries stretch this coming autumn.
One step closer to the first stage to connect the tram systems
Urban planning. Work starts in Av. Diagonal in the autumn, in the section between C/ Castillejos and C/ Girona.
Final approval for the urban development projects for the first stage to connect the tram systems
Mobility and transport. The two projects involve reorganising the current uses of these spaces and will mean a reduction in private motor vehicles.