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11 dic
19:00 hours


Dialogue between César Mosquera, vice president of Pontevedra Provincial Council and Fernando Nebot, engineer and author of numerous Mobility and Accessibility Urban Plans for different cities, on the keys and concepts that led Pontevedra to become a city of reference for its urban model. Talk moderated by the journalist Fernanda Tabarés.



Degree in Mathematics and Pedagogy, he is a councillor in Pontevedra and a provincial Deputy since 1991. From 1999 he is part of the municipal government of Pontevedra, where he has developed different responsibilities in the areas of Urban and Territorial Planning and infrastructure.

He is currently responsible for the area of ​​Territorial Planning, Infrastructure and Mobility, Vice President of the Provincial Council of Pontevedra and responsible for the Plan Revitaliza de tratamento dos bioresiduos [Revitalize Plan for the treatment of biowaste].

Coordinator of the book Pontevedra, outra mobilidade, outra cidade [Pontevedra, another mobility, another city] published by Pons Foundation, a reference to know thoroughly how the transformation that made Pontevedra a world reference in terms of quality of life, mobility, road safety and accessibility took place.



Road, Canal and Port Engineer. He has drafted numerous Mobility Planning and Urban Accessibility and Sustainable Mobility Plans in relation to the following areas:

- Trips on foot (Madrid, Pamplona, ​​old town of Vigo)

- Sustainable urban mobility (Vigo, Verín, Historic Center of Betanzos)

- Urban traffic, pedestrians and motor vehicles organization (Puerta del Sol de Madrid, Ensanche de Pamplona, ​​Santillana del Mar, Vigo and Verín).

- Urban transport by bus (Pamplona, ​​Vitoria, Almería, Palma de Mallorca, Allariz, Brión and Vigo)

>>>FERNANDA TABARÉS - Moderator of the meeting


Degree in Journalism from Complutense University of Madrid, where she also studied sociology.

After working at La Voz de Galicia and Radiovoz of Carballiño and O Ribeiro from 1996 to 2002, she joined Diario 16 as columnist and editor of Society, Culture and Television.

From 2007 she joined Grupo Voz again, as head of the Society and Culture section in La Voz de Galicia.

From 2009, she collaborates in various current affairs and leisure programs on TVG, and since 2016, she directs V Televisión and "Vía V", a current affairs program on the same chain. In 2017 he was appointed director of the television producer Voz Audiovisual and in 2013 he was awarded the Mestre Mateo Prize of the Galician Audiovisual Academy for the Best Communicator.