Spain 22.09

Spain 22.09.

El 22 de septiembre, como parte de la Semana Europea de la Movilidad programado para el Día sin automóviles, los eventos del “Día de Calles Abiertas”(Open Streets Day) pueden aprovechar los cierres de carreteras ya existentes y hacer que la experiencia sea aún más memorable al permitir que los residentes descubran su vecindario desde una perspectiva diferente.

Al servir como puente entre la Semana Europea de la Movilidad y la Semana Europea del Deporte, el Open Streets Day promoverá modos de transporte activo respetuosos con el medio ambiente, así como también animará a los ciudadanos a celebrar el hecho de ser activos. Calles abiertas significa abrir el espacio público al movimiento, lo que también significa mentes abiertas, y es por eso que los eventos deben ser accesibles y agradables para todos.

En españa tenemos varios ciudades involucrados celebrando el “Día de Calles Abiertas” en su ambiente local y con actividades organizado para activar, motivar, socializar y creer sonrises a cada uno que participa.

Eres de una comunidad que todavía no está coordinado actividades para este día, todavía es possible involucrarse. Revise esta guía para que su organizacion puede ser parte de este gran día.

Para conocer más detalles sobre los eventos en España puedes ingresar a los eventos locales en este mismo pagina o visitar la pagina del organizador nacional:

Eventos Open Streets Day Europe
Pagina national del Día de calles abiertas


On September 22, as part of the European Mobility Week scheduled for the European Carfree Day, the events of “Open Streets Day” will take advantage of existing road closures and make the experience even more memorable by allowing residents to discover their neighborhood from a different perspective.

By serving as a bridge between the European Mobility Week and the European Sports Week, the Open Streets Day will promote active transport that respect the environment, as well as encourage citizens to celebrate being active. Open streets means opening public spaces to the movement, which also means open minds, and that is why the events must be accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

In Spain we have several cities involved celebrating the “Open Streets Day” in their local environment and with many organized activities to activate, motivate, socialize and create smiles on each participant.

Are you from a community that is not yet coordinating activities for this day, it is still possible to get involved. Review this guide so that your organization can be part of this great day.

To know more details about the events in Spain you can enter the local events on this same page or visit the page of the national organizer (see links below)

Eventos Open Streets Day Europe
Pagina national del Día de calles abiertas

Contact person:Andreu Raya Demidoff
Email Address:[email protected]
Website:https://www.educacondeporte.org/osd/

The concept of Open Streets Day is built into the name of the project: on 22 September 2019 public streets and urban areas of European cities will be transformed into venues for recreational physical activity. Local community members are invited to take the initiative and organise events that are relevant and interesting to residents of their area. As an organiser, you are free to choose an event theme ranging from simple ideas, like rope-skipping contests, to something more elaborate like a mass participation cycling ride.

With the Car-Free Day also scheduled on 22 September as a part of EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, Open Streets Day events may take advantage of the already existing road closures and make the experience even more memorable by letting residents discover their neighbourhood from a different perspective.

Serving as a bridge between European Mobility Week and European Week of Sport, Open Streets Day will promote environmentally-friendly modes of active transport, as well as encourage citizens to celebrate the joy of being active. Open Streets means opening up the public space to movement which also means open minds – and that is why the events are meant to be accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

What is the purpose of Open Streets Day?

The Open Streets Day is one of our brand new events, that we are organising, as an official European Week of Sport event. The concept of the Open Streets Day is designed to build a bridge between Mobility Week and European Week of Sport. It will focus on using public streets for citizens’ activities and mobility, and thus celebrate both the heathy and environmentally friendly modes of transport, and the broader benefits of physical activity. In addition, Open Streets Day is part of the year-round ISCA campaign NowWeMOVE, which has the vision of getting 100 million more Europeans active in sport or physical activity by 2020.

Open Streets Day is an event supporting the European Week of Sport

Open Streets Day National partners