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Inside a Pedestrian-First ‘Superblock’
07 Aug, 2018

Excess traffic, unmitigated pollution, a lack of green space: These problems aren’t unique to Barcelona. But the city’s answer is the creation of a Pedestrian Superblocks, a 40-acre/tic-tac-toe section of the street grid that the city has transformed into pedestrian-first environments has shot the Catalonian capital to the cutting edge of urban design since Mayor Ada Colau took office in 2015. Drawing inspiration from the city’s historic plan, Colau centered her transportation policy platform around wide-scale pedestrianization of the city, with the goal of reducing private car and moped use by 21 percent.

Source: City Lab

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