nextbike by TIER will provide riders with a total of 2,600 e-bikes in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area at the beginning of 2023, with full expansion expected to be completed by the end of April.
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In an effort to improve accessibility for passengers with impaired hearing, ATM and Transdev have installed inductive magnetic loops at the remaining 34 stations across the Barcelona tram network.
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Following this expansion, customers can now make contactless payments through T-Mobility across more than 40 urban and intercity bus lines in and beyond the Barcelona Metropolitan Area.
In order to tackle the increasing number of fines on the tram network, Transdev's anti-fraud campaign aims to use reverse psychology to warn customers against the consequences of not validating their ticket for every journey.
The expansion of the integrated payment system will allow customers to make contactless payments while using Catalonia's entire railway system, across the six crowns of the Barcelona area.
In line with the Spanish government's commitment to make public transport more accessible, ATM has approved the temporary cut in fares for the region's main integrated public transport services from September to December 2022.
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While bike and scooter usage has increased by 20 per cent in the Metropolis of Barcelona since 2019, AMB’s study has found that growth has been more moderate in Barcelona city.
TMB's new zero-emission bus is fuelled with approximately 20kg of hydrogen per day, from a newly launched supply plant in Zona Franca, and is the first of eight hydrogen buses set to be launched in the country.
In line with Barcelona’s goal of decarbonisation and sustainable mobility development, TMB will have up to 200 battery-powered electric and hydrogen fuel cell buses in its fleet by the end of 2023.
As the tram service continues to recover passenger numbers following the impact of the pandemic, Transdev’s light rail service in Barcelona recorded a 27.36 per cent journey increase in 2021 compared to 2020.
A new model of electric bus is set to be trialled in Barcelona which can operate for a full day on a single charge, eliminating the need for supplementary charging infrastructure.