Client: Metropolitan Transport Authority (ATM)
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Mobility planning plays a fundamental role as it can be key to improving walkability, bike-friendliness, the availability of public transportation, and reducing motorised traffic; all factors with a significant impact on health, physical activity, and air quality.
Within the framework of the strategic objectives identified in the Mobility Master Plan (pdM 2020-2025), there is a need to develop a standard methodology for assessing health impacts of the mobility model, as well as establishing criteria and considerations for integrating the health perspective into the drafting of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (PMUS).
Taking all of the above into account, Healthy Cities will develop a Practical Guide for Mobility and Health.