Mobility City welcomes Ingesan as a new partner in the initiative
October 25, 2023
The general manager of Fundación Ibercaja, José Luis Rodrigo, and the general manager of Ingesan, José Antonio de Cachavera, have signed this morning the agreement.
Ingesan, the leading subsidiary of the Services Division of the OHLA infrastructure group, is joining forces with Mobility City in its commitment to the sustainable cities of the future, with the aim of providing new perspectives on management and sustainability.
Since this morning, Fundación Ibercaja has a new partner to be part of Mobility City. This is the company Ingesan, head company of the Services division of OHLA, a global infrastructure group with a presence in Europe, the USA, and Latin America.
On the occasion of this agreement, the Director General of the Fundación Ibercaja, José Luis Rodrigo, and the Director General of Ingesan, José Antonio de Cachavera, signed this morning the agreement by which OHLA becomes a partner of Mobility City.
Ingesan joins Mobility City as part of its commitment to the sustainable cities of the future, in innovation and R&D activities, offering new integral perspectives of management and sustainability.
Since its inauguration last February, Mobility City has hosted more than 100 events, with conferences, workshops, and professional and training activities developed around the new trends in mobility, travel and the design of the cities of the future. All of this has contributed significantly to its goal of becoming an international benchmark for sustainable mobility of the future and a place open to debate and research on this concept.
About Mobility City
Mobility City is an initiative of the Fundación Ibercaja that aims to become the main technological, demonstration and learning platform for the promotion of sustainable mobility, its development and innovation in Spain. The Zaha Hadid Bridge, where Mobility City is located, is the first technological museum of mobility in the 21st century. It is a reference point for the world to see what the cities of the future will look like and how people will move through them.
The Mobility City initiative was launched in June 2018 and is supported by partners from various mobility-related sectors, including automotive, telecommunications, energy or infrastructure companies, as well as local and state institutions, research institutes, associations, and universities.