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Malaga City Council’s mobility strategy is marked by sustainability and a commitment to intermodality in transport and smart mobility, which has significant economic, environmental and health benefits.


Mobility has evolved profoundly in recent times, both in its concept, which prioritises more sustainable modes of transport to achieve a more efficient and healthy mobility in our cities, and in its means, including and promoting new alternative modes of transport, such as bicycles and electric vehicles.

The City Council is currently carrying out a study of mobility in the city with the idea of rigorously assessing the actions contained in the Special Plan for Sustainable Urban Mobility (PEMUS, for its initials in Spanish), as well as the interventions planned for the city’s road system in the future. The idea is that this powerful tool will facilitate the task of municipal technicians evaluating the positive and negative impact of each of the actions, help prioritise their implementation over time and even reduce the problems inherent in their implementation.

Meanwhile, the City Council continues to invest heavily into improving public transport, with the acquisition of new “megabuses”. Furthermore, thanks to an agreement with the company Meep, EMT has become the first company in Spain to take another step towards the new MaaS (Mobility as a Service) concept, in which all the entities that provide sustainable mobility within the city are shown to be links in a chain for achieving a more sustainable city, with less pollution and greater use of public spaces. To this end, a new version of its App has been developed, with which it will be possible to access detailed information on the different mobility options in the city for a specific journey, with information on EMT buses, MálagaBici, taxi ranks, the metro and Muving electric scooters.

Over the last few years, the Mobility Department has established a total of ten “30 zones” in the city and is currently exploring the implementation of twelve more (one for each district of the city, except in Teatinos-Universidad, where two are being considered). The implementation of these new “30 zones” is in the phase of issuing the corresponding reports. “30 zones” are friendly and peaceful environments that offer greater safety for pedestrians and cyclists. In these environments, where the speed of travel is more in line with pedestrians and cyclists, there are lower levels of traffic-related stress, leading to a greater sense of wellbeing for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers of mopeds and motorcycles.