Pedro Homem de Gouveia is Senior Policy and Project Manager at POLIS, the leading network of European cities and regions for transport innovation. He coordinates the Working Groups for Road Safety & Security, and for Governance and Integration. Co-authored the report “Macromanaging Micromobility: taking the long view on short trips”. He’s an architect with extensive experience in Universal Design, Public Space, Pedestrian Accessibility, Street Safety, Urban Governance, Public Participation and inquiry for design (surveys, focus groups, structured observation, user testing). 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.