Collaborative Mobility Conference


MOBI-MIX project partner CoMoUK is holding this year’s annual Collaborative Mobility Conference, which is - you guessed it - going virtual. It will run from Tuesday 17th to Friday 20th November 2020 with 90-minute sessions each morning and afternoon.

The conference will be looking forward during this extraordinary time of the pandemic and its lockdowns and the decarbonisation agenda from central government.

The conference will open with a keynote address from Rachel Maclean MP, Minister for the Future of Transport. Other confirmed speakers include Eyal Santo from the City of Tel Aviv; economist John Siraut from Jacobs; Alan Benson, Chair of Transport for All; plus speakers from Solent Transport and many of the sector's operators.

The event will be delving into all the shared modes including bikes and e-bikes, cars, 2+car sharing, e-scooters. During the conference you can look forward to debates surrounding funding, social and economic inclusion, mobility and community hubs and procurement - all in a range of varied and interactive formats.

The full list of sessions:

  • The Age of Disruption: Covid-19 and Mobility

  • COP26: 1 year to go – How the UK can slash its greenhouse gas emissions

  • Build it and they will come – ​Community and Mobility Hubs

  • The Role of Shared Transport Mobility in Sustainable Rural Mobility

  • ​Getting it Right on Strategy and Procurement

  • Urban Micro-Mobility

  • Agents of Change: Employers and Sustainable Mobility

  • 2025: Where do we need to be?

Further information:

For more information about the conference and programme visit here and register for free here.