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Pedro Machado

Pedro Machado

Pedro Machado represents the City of Lisbon as advisor for the Deputy Mayor of Mobility and Safety Miguel Gaspar. He follows subjects of mobility planning, innovation, shared mobility, urban logistics or electrical mobility. He accompanied a significant part of the mobility projects launched in Lisbon in the last 5 years. Pedro is a Mechanical Engineer by the University of Lisbon and the University of Glasgow. He was a researcher at the University of Lisbon and had a scholarship at the North Caroline State University, but spent most of his career linked to cities and local agencies, working in the fields of mobility and transport, environment, energy and climate. Along with all the local projects he coordinated, he was also involved in more than 25 European projects. He is a co-founder of the Portuguese national cyclist association MUBi. He is linked to several awarded projects, including 2 European Mobility Week Awards and the European Green Capital 2020.

Abstract

SHARED MOBILITY IN LISBON: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

The municipality of Lisbon has developed a strategic vision for mobility in 2030, an instrument that intends to guide the city in the next decade. It is based on optimizing and integrating different layers of the mobility ecosystem, bringing the city back to the people.