Civil engineer by Catalonia Polytechnical University. Postgraduate studies in economy, business and urban management.
With more than 30 years of experience in the transportation and mobility sector. Since 2015 is the Director of Mobility, Transport and Sustainability Division in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, which involves 36 municipalities, with responsabilities in the subway network, taxi, public bikes, low emission zones and more than 2000 buses, carrying more than 650 million passengers per year. CEO of AMB Informació i Serveis S.A., a public company providing ITS projects and information about PT services.Chair of the UITP Organising Authorities Division and member of the Bus Committee. Member of the European Commission Experts Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM).
June 06: International experiences on successful implementation of LEZs
The Barcelona low emission zoneThe Barcelona low emission zone covers an area of 100 km2 and 8 municipalities. Pollutant vehicles are restricted on weekdays from 7am to 8pm. The Barcelona low emission zone has reduced the circulating pollutant cars from 20% in 2017 to 2% in 2023. The Barelona model has been adopted by the Spanish Government to be implemented in the main cities of the country.