JUL 1, 2020

Ferrovial Services values its commitment to urban innovation. Find out the most up-to-date information as well as the latest trends on a special website that includes the latest projects, contracts, and solutions in the field of urban innovation.

Ferrovial Services values its commitment to urban innovation. Find out the most up-to-date information as well as the latest trends on a special website that includes the latest projects, contracts, and solutions in the field of urban innovation.

The citizen is the backbone of innovation in cities. It is the citizens who influence, determine, and adopt the different types of developments in large cities. For this reason, it is vital to listen to citizens, which will mean an effective transformation of the services provided.

At Ferrovial Services, we are committed to urban innovation as a means for the evolution and adaptation of cities to the environment, putting citizens at the heart of things. To do so, we make a variety of solutions, technologies, and initiatives available to citizens to promote citizen participation.

The company is working to improve different city services. In areas like mobility, we identify what citizens need to get around the city better, or how the distribution of goods in the last mile should be organized to reduce environmental impact. Furthermore, projects are done in recycling by launching initiatives to understand how to get citizens involved in separating waste at its source, how city cleaning can be improved according to residents, and to know how, where, and when citizens need more or less lighting on their streets.

New online space: Urban Innovation

This is why Ferrovial Services has published an online space with all of the major trends and urban innovation projects. On it, you can find information about what urban innovation is, the latest trends, what role Ferrovial Services plays in this field, and the latest projects and solutions that have been done. Of particular note among these are: the Bicing service in Barcelona; Dugud, an app to promote citizen participation and recycling; and the smart garbage cans in As Mariñas.