[Master Class] Changing Urban Mobility – how can we… get moving?
Sciences Po, Room 931 9 rue de la Chaise, 75007 Paris
Pedro Homem de Gouveia is Senior Policy & Project Manager at POLIS, the leading network of European cities and regions committed to Transport Innovation. He leads the Working Groups for Governance & Integration, and Safety & Security, supports the POLIS Political Group and the POLIS Leadership Summit, and works on several EU policy files. Pedro has extensive experience in the fields of Universal Design, Public Space, Pedestrian Accessibility, Street Safety and Public Participation. He worked for more than 20 years at the local level, as a strategist, designer, trainer, consultant, and political advisor. In the City of Lisbon, he developed and implemented the Pedestrian Accessibility Plan, and kick-started the Vision Zero planning process.
The discussion will be chaired by Charlotte Halpern (Sciences Po, CEE, LIEPP and Urban school).
This event is supported through the Sciences Po Urban school and the CIVITAS SUMP-PLUS project, a 42-month project funded under H2020 and led by the City of Antwerp. More information available here: https://sump-plus.eu/