Furthermore, aims to associate mobility to the qualification and enjoyment in the public space by the community itself, moderating car circulation and promoting smooth ways of transportation. The environment is a structural subject of the Plan, by the implementation and development of the Municipal Ecological Structure that aims to ensure the continuity of natural systems. The Plan also wants to promote a change from a radio concentric model of city organization to a more neighborhood based pattern.
Bringing continuity to the efforts and positive actions of the previous plans, with a visionary look at the present and aiming for the future, the Municipal Master Plan materializes a territorial development strategy, guided by 7 major objectives that will guide the development of the city: attract more inhabitants; attract more companies and jobs; boost urban rehabilitation; qualify the public space; return the riverfront to the people; promote sustainable mobility; encouraging environmental efficiency.
Making Lisbon visible and relevant in global and national networks, the regeneration of the consolidated city and urban qualification are the focus and priorities of the vision for the City.