Biking in Barcelona – A thrill or a risk? Barcelona is a city that has everything: the beach, the pulse, the people. Being able to easily get around this bustling city is another great quality the city possesses, with public transport rarely letting down its travelers. However, if you are a person who prefers traveling […]
Public Labour chiefs commissioned the creation of a public railway “holding” company to face 2020’s liberation Adif, a firm that manages the models and designs of railways, and Renfe, a failed transport operator company, have announce that they will re-unite in one single society. Adif’s huge financial crisis and restrictive dependence to the fee charged […]
Fears that El Prat Airport is Reaching full Capacity and causing delays – with 6,700 flights being recorded one day last August.
New Electronic Vehicle Regulations in Barcelona – the city are cracking down on seaways and scooters being used on the main road.
El Prat becomes the second busiest airport in the EU last month, with the amount of passengers rising 9.8% from figures last year.
The extensive and efficient bus, rail and metro system of the city that provide quality services to residents and tourists The transport links in Barcelona are already some of the best in the world. The city has an extensive and efficient bus, rail and metro system that is the envy of many other European cities. The […]
To solve mobility problems caused by the large influx of visitors, RACC suggests to limit access to a large central quadrant of Barcelona! Until now, the debate on tourism overcrowding Barcelona, reopened by the municipal government of Ada Colau, has focused almost exclusively on issues related to accommodation. The plan of the government was presented a few […]
Increasing in ships that have the Catalan capital as the beginning and end of their itinerary! The Port of Barcelona expects to match the historical record of travelers set in 2011, a year in which it received 2.6 million cruise passengers. The forecast increase compared to last year is due to an increase in ships that have […]
Interview with Joanna Drake, General Director of Collaborative Economics (Uber, Airbnb and others) of the EU Will the EU back away from Uber, Airbnb and other platforms? Our role is not to prohibit or to allow, but to find the best balance: there must be room for both Uber and taxi drivers. How do you think you can guarantee that? […]