TMB and the Zona Franca Consortium are promoting hydrogen as the energy of new mobility, with TMB constructing a plant to supply energy to fuel cell buses.
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The Barcelona City Council has announced its plans to implement temporary infrastructure to support the recovery of mobility once the coronavirus restrictions have been lifted.
The tour displays real-time visual content on the front window of the bus, creating what is said to be a unique tour experience for the passengers.
Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona is trialling the installation of new real-time information screens on one of the busiest lines of the metro, which aims to allow passengers to make informed decisions about which cars to board.
Barcelona City Council has declared a climate emergency with an action plan for 2020-2030, which includes the operation of a low emission zone.
After the launch of a new fare scheme, demand for personalised ticket types on the Barcelona metro have almost doubled compared to the same period in 2019.
The car sharing service is being rolled out in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona) following an earlier launch in Madrid, where the service has 15,000 users.
IoTSWC (IoT Solutions World Congress), the international flagship bringing together more than 350 exhibitors, including suppliers of IoT, AI and blockchain solutions, will host a congress with over 300 speakers who will discuss the benefits of digitalisation and analyse the challenges and new implications opening up in this era of…
A new study is said to be the first to assess the health impacts of the new urban planning 'Superblocks' model.
As 92 per cent of the Metro is already accessible, the target of 100 per cent accessibility by 2024 seems more than possible, but what more needs to change?
Social and environmental changes within Barcelona will lay the foundations for the future, mobility needs must keep pace with this level of change. Ricard Font i Hereu discusses how digitalisation of the transport system is integral to its longevity.
New vertical platform doors have been installed in Barcelona at Can Cuiàs station. This is a first on a subway network and has been being trialled experimentally since May 2019.
The new vehicles – most of which are hybrids and electric – will make it possible to improve the city's air quality and the service provided to passengers whilst also creating more than 1,000 new jobs.