Some 74,000 square metres of public space will be reserved for pedestrians as from 1 May, with 70 parks also to re-open.
Covid-19. Emergency measures to ensure safe travel on foot, by bike and on public transport.
Climate emergency. The climate emergency declaration is an institutional and public commitment to adapt the city and mitigate the climate crisis.
Superblocks. Local people took part in a celebration to inaugurate the recently completed second stage of the Sant Antoni superblock.
The City Council wants to prioritise the practical, direct and positive impact of 5G technology on the city’s residents and their standard of living.
Innovation. The Poblenou superblock and the autonomy of senior citizens as a testing ground for 5G technology.
Culture and free time. The Fundació Vila Casas donated the sculptures by the artist Xavier Mascaró to the city’s public art collection.
Urban planning. The project should stop traffic heading through the neighbourhood to reach the Ronda de Dalt.
Markets. Following the opening of the market, the neighbourhood will now regain space with the provisional structures being dismantled and the superblock further developed.
Urban Planning. El Poblenou's Superblock receives special mention at the 2018 European Prize for Urban Public Space.