Please join CoMoUK in our 20th anniversary year for our annual conference at the Library of Birmingham, 12-13 November 2019.
Across the day and a half we will be exploring the latest developments in the fast-moving sector of shared transport and getting under the skin of its successes and challenges. As the charity for the public benefit of shared mobility, this is a fascinating moment for authorities, operators and stakeholders to come together.
We do hope you can join us; details of how to get involved are below.
CoMoUK are pleased that Professors Jillian Anable and Greg Marsden of the Institute for Transport Studies at University of Leeds will join us for our conference and will be showcasing the newly published Shared Mobility Inquiry report at this years conference.
The conference will begin on the afternoon of Tuesday 12 November where we will drill down into current live issues for each mode with facilitated discussions on shared cars, bikes, rides and e-scooters. On Wednesday 13 November as well as our key note speakers there will be a rich variety of sessions exploring themes such as regulation frameworks, MaaS, social inclusion and partnership between public and private sectors, electrification and integrated land-use planning and mobility hubs.
We would like to invite contributions to ideas for sessions, if you would like to see a particular topic or would like to be involved in a session please email Antonia.
You can register your interest in our conference and we will let you know when you are able to book a place.