Madrid counts with more than 3 million people and it welcomes more than 9 million visitors every year.
With these increasing numbers, the city tries to evolve towards more sustainable urban patterns and mark its way to a smart city. With this objective in mind, the PMUS (Plan de Movilidad Urbana Sostenible) is born in 2008. This plan includes improving public transportation, bicycles, and pedestrians’ life. Nowadays new sharing mobility infrastructures have been already implemented: BiciMad, Cargo and Emov.
In this sharing systems boom, I found one missing piece: there was no infrastructure thought for managing people’s hand-luggage.