Carrer dels Almogàvers, 208
- Sustainable urban development
- Pedestrian zones or inverted priority
- Bike lane (west)
- Bike lane (east)
- Bicycle parking
- Neighborhood association and movement
- Park or public garden
The Poblenou superliga, as defined in the project "Filling the streets of life" of the city council of Barxelona, is an urban unit constituted by the sum of several islands of houses in which the streets are calmed to recover public space for the pedestrian traffic is limited, and priority is given to sustainable mobility and the shared, green and safe space. It is a long-run model that is carried out with a gradual, participatory implementation, where the neighbors of the different neighborhoods that want to intervene collaborate in defining the needs that the superilla must cover.
In September 2016, the first supercell was deployed in the district of Sant Martí, on the perimeter formed by the streets of Badajoz, Pallars, La Laguna and Tangier, on horseback between the neighborhoods of Poblenou and the Parc and La Laguna del New town.
As a result of having heard the complaints and proposals, and the work carried out within the framework of the Working Committee, the pilot test was closed. The final mobility was implemented and the actions in the public space began to adapt the model to the territory, its inhabitants and the activities carried out there. In the first phase, which extended until spring 2017, paintings, street furniture and turret trees were created to create and highlight living and living areas, specially dedicated to children and citizen interaction , in sections of street and in cruises liberated from traffic of motor vehicles.
Subsequently, from the fall of 2017, the second phase of work began, in which the urbanization of the stretch of Carrer dels Almogàvers was executed, between the streets of Roc Boronat and La Llacuna, as well as the crossroads of access to the superilla. The works of urbanization of the squares of Dolors Piera and Isabel Vila are scheduled to start in the fall of 2017, with a planned duration of two years.