Other transport operators
Tram operates six urban tramlines in Barcelona. The Trambaix includes T1, T2 and T3, and the Trambesòs has T4, T5 and T6.
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
FGC runs urban train lines L6, L7 and L8, L12, various interurban and regional lines, the Esparraguera aerial cable car, the Núria and Montserrat rack railways, the Lleida to la Pobla de Segur train and the Pobla de Lillet tourist railway.
Rodalies de Catalunya
The Government of Catalonia administers the suburban mainline train service, and the current operator is Renfe, with the following lines: R1, R2, R2 North, R2 South, R3, R4 and R7.
Monbus operates the following lines between Barcelona and the airport: A1 (Plaça Catalunya – Terminal T1) and A2 (Plaça Catalunya – Terminal T2 (B and C). A1 (Plaça Catalunya - Terminal T1) i A2 (Plaça Catalunya - Terminal T2 (B i C).
Baixbus is a group consisting of the bus companies Mohn, Oliveras and Rosanbus, which operate in El Baix Llobregat, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Barcelona.
Nitbus provides a nighttime bus service in Barcelona and the first metropolitan ring with 17 lines. All of them, except the N0, go through plaça de Catalunya, where you can change lines.
Soler i Sauret
Soler i Sauret operate urban and interurban bus lines in the town of El Baix Llobregrat and provide day- and night-time services to Barcelona.
Transports Ciutat Comtal
Transports Ciutat Comtal (TCC) began operating in 1991. It provides emblematic transport, such as the Portbús, the Tibibús and the Barcelona Zoo Train, as well as a "door-to-door" service for the severely disabled in Barcelona and El Garraf, which may be sporadic or on a regular basis. It also provides urban services in a number of towns in the provinces of Barcelona and Tarragona and for Fira de Barcelona.
Tusgsal provides bus service in the municipalities of Barcelona, ??Badalona, ??Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Sant Adrià de Besòs, Montgat and Tiana.
B:SM (Barcelona de Serveis Municipals, SA) manages the Barcelona public bicycle service.