A new interactive website sets out all the actions and measures from the last four years which have helped turn Barcelona into a more sustainable and resilience city, where people take priority.
The new interactive tool allows users to see the most notable projects launched since 2019, a term of office shaped by two unforeseeable phenomena: the Covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine.
The website contains 82 interactive maps allowing users to follow the transformation and evolution of the city with a detailed analysis of the projects promoted. The measures are classified by five main area:
- Economy and employment
- Social rights and care
- Ecology and mobility
- Housing, urban transformations and safety
- Education, culture, sport and participation
Each of these areas contains specific themes, for instance the volume and the power rating of solar panelling installed, improvements to schools and markets, social benefits awarded, the evolution of bike lanes and the increase in the municipal housing stock. The site also shows overall investment by district, the number of actions carried out in a specific sphere, specific locations of each one and the current status.
Notable data provided include the execution of 95% of the Municipal Action Programme (PAM) and the evolution of the municipal budget, which this year will be 3,600 million euros, with 884 million for investment and improvements in the neighbourhoods.