How many ways are there to get to Camp Nou from Gràcia?
And to the theatre if you live in Barceloneta?
Which is the cheapest alternative?
And the fastest?
And the most sustainable?
For the first time, a mobile app shows all the possibilities for moving freely around the city: from metro and bus options to shared motorbikes or bicycles.
We have downloaded the CityTrips app (available for iOs and Android) and tried out the new ways of getting around the city. The benefits are:
CityTrips shows you on the map the location of the available vehicles with an information sheet for each vehicle on which you can consult the operator, the number plate, the make, the model (in the case of car-sharing) and the range (in kilometres or battery level for electric vehicles).
Best app for cyclists
CityTrips offers the location and information on Bicing stations, both conventional and electric. It also shows the Vadebike and Bicibox car parks, as well as the RACC bike points, a bicycle self-repair service, and provides information on the city's cycle routes.
Public transportation in real time
CityTrips locates all the metro, tram and bus stops in the city of Barcelona. It provides real-time information provided by the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB) and Barcelona Metropolitan Transport (TMB) on the service, arrival time forecast and connections with other lines. Soon, CityTrips will also have all the information on commuter train services run by Rodalies and FGC. In addition, CityTrips incorporates the location of taxi ranks in the city on the map.
Save time and money
CityTrips has just started out in Barcelona, but it is already present in all Spanish cities where shared mobility operators integrated into the application offer their services. Currently, the aggregator provides citizens with information on and the location of around 10,000 vehicles and facilities run by these operators in the city of Barcelona, sorted by means of transport.