The second most populous city in Spain, Barcelona is at the forefront of the EU in leading the shift to sustainable urban mobility. The city’s Urban Mobility Plan aims for a modal split of 80% sustainable modes by 2024. Part of the strategic plan towards carbon neutrality and more livable urban spaces, are Barcelona's ‘superblocks’, introduced in 2016.
Barcelona's REALLOCATE twin city: Bologna
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REALLOCATE is a project under the CIVITAS Initiative, an EU-funded programme working to make sustainable and smart mobility a reality for all, and contributes to the goals of the EU Mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.