While the European Mobility Week was at his peak José Antonio Martín, Regional Officer of the Granada Council for Development and Reconstruction, announced that new bike racks will be installed on 16 new bus lines working for the Granada Metropolitan Transport Consortium.

And then there were 25.

The green initiative proposed by the Council will see 16 intercity bus lines fully equipped with bike racks going along with the previous 9 that were already working for a grand total of 25! The old bus lines 100, 102, 122, 156, 171, 174A, 177, 189 and 390  will now share share the job with the new ones  140, 150, 151, 153, 154, 160, 225, 226, 240, 241, 242, 256, 325, 340, 360 and 361.

Great news for students and workers.

Granada’s bus lines are now covered by the 40% of the total with bike racks. This is a great opporunity for workers or students from far away who want to reach their destinations without taking the car. Getting to iNMSOL has never been so easy!

Turning green one step at a time.

Granada’s Metropolitan Transport Consortium was created in 2002 and at the moment is part of 33 City Halls with an estimated amount of 574.000 people taking advantage of its services.