Public transport. Calculations point to a profit of 64 million euros, thanks to a 107% increase in users, more than doubling the current volume.
Walks. This Sunday sees the Sant Martí de Provençals playing host to the first walk of the season for this new year, hot on the trails of the 2017 Barnatresc Party.
Bicycle. Additions and improvements to the city’s cycling infrastructure, currently consisting of 184 km of bike lanes, have helped boost the use of the bicycle.
Walks. The 2017 Barnatresc Party ending last year's season of walks is being held at the Sants Civic Centre's Auditorium this 18 January.
Urban planning. Works to improve C/ Radas and C/ Concòrdia in the district of Sants-Montjuïc.
Walks. Discover different parts of the Ciutat Vella district every Thursday with these walks.
Urban planning. The combination of streets formed by C/ Sant Frederic, C/ Casteràs and C/ Càceres has been reurbanised, as have C/ Riera d'Escuder and C/ Jocs Florals, giving pedestrians priority and boosting commerce in the area.
Municipal. These two issues have overtaken tourism, the main concern for Barcelonaians this June, as the most serious problem, according to the six monthly barometer taken in December
Superblocks. Final roll-out of the superblock programme with its perimeter between Trav. Les Corts, C/ Riera Blanca, Av. Madrid and Gran Via de Carles III, in the Maternitat i Sant ramon neighbourhood.
Mobility. Five bike lanes are coming into service, notable among which are the first section along the Eixample route and the doublé Sant Antoni Maria Claret – Indústria axis.