The Sustainable Mobility Strategic Plan of the Madrid Region continues to developing measures and proposals

The Sustainable Mobility Strategic Plan of the Madrid Region, developed by the Consorcio Regional de Transportes, continues progressing, thanks to the collaboration between the different administrations, since it was set up in late 2013.

This Plan has involved the 179 municipalities of the Madrid Region, through regular meetings with technical staff of the different City Councils. Currently, the Consorcio Regional de Transportes is working on the definition of indicators to help assessing the progress of the Plan.

During 12 years (2013-2025), the Plan will develop more than 200 programs, subsumed in 12 measures, such as integrating mobility in the territorial strategy, promoting universal accessibility, or improving road safety and intermodality between bicycle and public transport, among others.

Moreover, the Sustainable Mobility Strategic Plan contains the objectives established in the Strategy for Air Quality and Climate Change of the Madrid Region 2013-2020 (Blue Plan +) and sectoral plans on energy, derived from the EU 20-20-20 Strategy. Under these guidelines, the Plan sets goals related to reducing GHG emissions (Greenhouse Gases), and to increasing the share of renewable energies in overall transport system energy consumption.

There is a Working Group to monitor the Plan. It is composed of experts from several Ministry of Public Works departments, the Madrid Region and the Madrid City Council. Also, the Federation of Municipalities of Madrid participates in this group. These four public departments work together on mobility issues, land management and environment planning, among others.

Contact: Consorcio de Transportes de Madrid

  • Updated : July 4, 2016

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