COVID-19. Tighter measures will be in place from 7 January until 24 January, with a municipal lockdown in response to the rising number of cases from the pandemic.
Mobility and transport. The first section of the bike lane, between Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Tarragona, is now open.
Environment and sustainability. The stations belonging to the Atmospheric Pollution Monitoring and Forecast Network have recorded a drop in levels of particulate matter (PM10), allowing the warning to be deactivated.
Mobility and transport. Thanks to TMB’s commitment to decarbonisation and the reduction of emissions, over half of all buses will be electric by 2030.
Pollution. Municipal services are taking preventative measures, such as more intense watering down of streets and avoiding the use of air blowers.
Mobility and transport. The Urban Mobility Plan sets out over 300 measures in 60 spheres of action.
Mobility and transport. Eleven of the fifteen bus services with routes originating in Ronda de la Universitat will be relocated to gain pedestrian space and reduce pollution.
Work under way on ten projects for a healthier and more resilient city against the climate emergency
Mobility and transport. You can plan your route and avoid losing time on your journeys at barcelona.cat/mobilitat/ca.
Urban planning. The transformation begins in L’Eixample, where one in three streets will be greened up and local people will all have a square within 200 metres of their homes.