Over the last few years, the region has been bolstering its public transport offering, adding new lines and improving services, bus fleets have been electrified, and cross-border lines have been added to support tourist travel flows.

Indeed, Catalonia has long worked to improve and enhance its on-demand services. The region boasts 233 on-demand transport lines serving 733 areas of low population density distributed around the territory. In 2019, a total of 44,997 trips were recorded, up 15.6% from 2018.

In the County of Garrigues, the Catalan government has implemented 4 lines of on-demand bus lines, ‘’, and a new express bus line, ‘’.

The region is an active member of POLIS' Regions working group, and has joined several meetings to present public private partnerships, commuter travel planning, and more.

Cross border travel has also been key to their sustainable mobility strategy. Through the EU funded project, ConnECT, Catalonia is expanding and improving mobility corridors in between Catalonia and the Region of Occitania. The bus lines are designed to enhance mobility and multimodality across the region by connecting key existing transport hubs and adding much needed additional direct lines.

Creating inclusive transit services has also been expanded. GenCat (the body responsible for Transport and Mobility across Catalonia) has been enhancing their data on sexual violence on public transport and using this to accelerate targeted action to prevent violence, led by a plan which contains 18 measures in 5 lines of action (LA) for the prevention of sexual harassment, from governance to design, prevention and awareness raising.


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