JORDI CASTELLÓ SANTAMARIA
Ambientologist, Master of Territorial and Urban Studies, and GIS technician. Working since 2003 in mobility planning and management. He has drawn up mobility plans for municipalities, hospitals and companies, and in follow-up to the Mobility Master Plan for the Barcelona Metropolitan Region. He has progressively specialized in bicycle mobility planning as well as in the environmental assessment of mobility.
Carlos Domínguez Puig
Engineer of Roads, Channels and Ports by the UPC, and with transport studies at the Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (Copenhagen), specializing in consulting in the field of transport, logistics and territory, as well as planning, environmental assessment and sustainable mobility management. On foot or by bicycle, he connects whenever he can new destinations to complete his passion for detailed knowledge of the territory.
GERARD FERNÁNDEZ GÓMEZ
Architect by UPC (ETSAV) studies at the University of Newcastle, specializing in landscape and urban projects. GIS technician specialized in cartography and mapping. Knowledge in graphic design and use of new technologies. Cross-sectional knowledge between design and technique. Passion for exploration and understanding of the territory.
MARC NADAL AGUSTÍ
Civil Engineer, Channels and Ports by the UPC, specialized in urban planning and transport. From consultancy and associationism, he defends more sustainable mobility in increasingly green and social urban environments.
Nina Andreatta de Carvalho
Architect for the UPC (ETSAB). She has always been interested in urban planning and the history of cities, mainly in Rio de Janeiro, her hometown, and Barcelona, her host city. She is enthusiastic about working for the transformation of mobility towards a more sustainable future and promoting paradigm changes that bring value to the city for the people.
Graphic designer specialized in public communication. She has worked in communication campaigns for municipalities and other organizations and has participated in the graphic design of exhibition spaces. Collaborator.