Madrid, the capital of Spain and the most populated city in the country, is promoting public transport and active mobility in a bid to reduce air pollution and heavy car traffic. The city is planning to reduce the number of private cars in the streets by actively encouraging a shift to cycling and by introducing new mobility solutions. Madrid is one of the European cities with the widest offer of shared e-mobility services. The city can count on a wide and well-functioning public bike-sharing scheme, and on several other ones run by private operators such as shared electric cars, electric mopeds and e-scooters. The city is an important logistics hub, between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean TEN-T corridors.