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News - 6 Apr 2020

Shared Mobility helps in Coronavirus Crisis

We are in uncharted waters as a country.  During this crisis, CoMoUK is engaging with the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments to stress the societal and climate crisis benefits that shared transport brings and the unprecedented impact this will have on the sector. Shared mobility providers are responding to the crisis by providing essential transport services for NHS, care workers and food delivery services. Here are the examples we are aware of so far:  

Car share

  Enterprise Car Club is offering FREE membership to personnel across the NHS, Emergency Services, NHS Volunteers and Armed Forces. Read more here.   Co-wheels Car Club is offering all NHS care staff such as doctors, nurses and paramedics, plus NHS Volunteers and all front line carers, such as home helps and staff in care homes, 50% off bookings. Read more here.    Zipcar is working with all NHS trusts to give all NHS staff up to 50% off journeys with Zipcar. Read more here   Ubeeqo is providing vehicles to councils and other organisations delivering essential services for a range of tasks, including for prescription deliveries, non-urgent patient transfers and food-bank deliveries. To support further, Ubeeqo is offering up to 50% off the standard contract rate for organisations delivering essential services as part of the fight against Coronavirus. For more details contact   Hiya car is offering NHS staff free car hire on their platform for the next 3 weeks (and potentially longer if needed). Read more here.    Karshare is coordinating the sharing of private vehicles for the use by key workers.  Read more here      

Ride share

  Liftshare has put together a special team dedicated to supporting vital services such as the NHS. Read more here  

Bike share

Some bike share schemes have taken the difficult decision with local authorities to close during the outbreak however where there is sufficient staff to manage the extra cleaning regime bikes are being prioritised for key workers.   Transport for London's Santander Cycle Hire scheme is offering free membership for NHS staff. Read more here.   Nextbike are providing free memberships and e-bike to NHS workers in Scotland to help them get to and from work safely during the Covid-19 outbreak. All NHS workers will be eligible for the scheme, which has been launched to help them minimise the risks of contracting Covid-19 while travelling to and from work on public transport. Read more here and here   Freebike has distributed bikes to  Royal London Hospital and Mile End hospital to use as free and safe transport. Read more here.    Beryl Bikes has made all of their bikes across the country free to use for NHS staff. They log in using a valid nhs email address. In London they have made bikes available for free long term personal hire for any Key worker by emailing at and Read more here.   Brompton Bike Hire is crowdfunding to provider free folding bikes to NHS workers. Read more here and here.   Jumpbike is offering free rides to NHS workers to help them get to and from work as quickly and safely as possible. Read more here.   BTNBikeshare, Brighton, is offering free annual memberships for NHS staff in Brighton & Hove. There is a dedicated bike cleaning team, safety information on the website and information hubs, plus a number of virtual geofenced hubs to assist NHS staff journeys specifically.

Flexible On-Demand Transport

  Zeelo is offering short term flexible transport solutions for organisations with key workers and changing its operating procedures to maintain safety.  Read more here
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ShareNorth Project accelerating growth of Shared Mobility

CoMoUK is a part of the Share-North project working with EU partners from 2019-2021 to raise the profile of shared mobility solutions. The aim of the project is to utilise expertise from both sides of the North Sea to develop, promote and assess the impacts of car clubs, bike share, 2+ ride-sharing and other shared transport options. In 2020 CoMoUK will focus on two key areas: The first is engaging key stakeholders to take a Shared MObility pledge - a commitment to one or more specific actions to help to overcome barriers to the development of shared transport options. Secondly, we will also be working with partners to create mobility hubs in targeted areas to reclaim as kerbs space for sustainable travel modes and improved public realm living. If you are interested in learning more about SHARE-North you can do so here and you can find out the areas the project covers here . If you have any questions or would like to know more please email Antonia at   
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