Recent Streetsblog USA posts about Spain

Madrid Moves Toward a Car-Free Center City

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Beginning in January, Madrid will enact new policies to keep cars out of almost 500 acres in the core of the city, part of a long-term plan to entirely pedestrianize the center city. El Pais in Spain is reporting that, unless they live there, drivers will no longer be allowed to enter the city’s four […]

¡Arriba Sevilla!

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I was in Seville last week for the first time since February 2007, and in the intervening year there’s been something of a transportation revolution in the city. It’s most visibly evident in the Sevici bike-share bikes (bicis in Spanish) that are everywhere. The system launched in April 2007, and ultimately there will be 250 […]