PEDALLING A GREEN RECOVERY:
Scotland’s Bike Share and a Greener Future
29 September @ 2pm
You are invited to our second webinar in the Scotland Co-mobility series ‘Pedalling a Green Recovery’ where we will be exploring how we can unlock the potential of bike share in Scotland and giving a snap shot of the different types of schemes providing healthy, affordable and low carbon forms of travel in communities across the country.
For more information about the event and to register your place, please click below:
Collaborative Mobility Conference: 17-20 November
CoMoUK is pleased to announce the dates for this year’s annual conference. We have switched this year’s Collaborative Mobility Conference online, with plans for a physical conference in Spring 2021.
Each day during 17-20 November we will have several bitesize sessions that you can opt into in which we will look back over an extraordinary year of innovations and adaptions, as well as looking forward to how we can share and apply new learning.
More details to follow soon, but in the meantime… save the date!
Implementing Mobility Hubs in a Rural Area: 21 July
Our series of webinars continues with speakers from Scotland and The Netherlands discussing setting up Mobility Hubs in rural areas of Scotland.
Mobility Hubs: 14th May 2020
Session 1 – Introduction, benefits, EU experience inc. Bremen Mobility Hub Development
Session 2 – UK activity and opportunities for collaboration inc. Gascoyne Estates
If you are interested in joining a network to collaborate on certain aspects of mobility hub development please complete this very short survey:
Shared mobility: key to tackling the climate crisis, 19th March 2020
In the ongoing debate about how we can tackle the climate crisis and build a sustainable future, shared transport will have an important role to play in helping achieve Scotland’s ambitious net zero targets. CoMoUK is bringing together some of the country’s top shared mobility experts, operators, policy makers and influencers to discuss and debate how we can reshape Scotland’s transport future to deliver this net zero ambition.
We will be showcasing our new research on the potential for shared mobility in Scotland and the associated environmental, economic, health and social benefits.
In our webinar we launched CoMoUK’s latest annual car club and bike share surveys looking at their impact on cutting carbon, reducing dependency on the private car and improving air quality and congestion.
Scottish Co-Mobility Forum, Small to Medium Employers and Liftshare, 29th January 2020
Aimed at small to medium sized employers – this 45 minute webinar will focus on the more informal lift share shared ride/shared bike options that are available to SMEs, with signposting to regional options across Scotland.
Scottish Co-Mobility Forum, Large Employers and Liftshare, 22nd January 2020
Aimed at Large Employers – this 45 minute webinar will focus on the lift share schemes and formalised shared ride options such as car clubs that are available to larger employers, with signposting to regional options across Scotland.
Scottish Co-Mobility Forum, Bikes for All, 27th November 2019
Learn how Bikes for All, a Glasgow-based cycling inclusion project, helps to reduce inequalities in access to cycling through the provision of low-cost bike hire, building cycling confidence and reducing barriers to cycling for first-time or lapsed cyclists.
Collaborative Mobility Conference, 12th – 13th November 2019
All of the presentations and information from the day are still available to view.
Scottish Co-Mobility Forum, MobiHubs and Opportunity for Scotland, 30th September 2019
Hear from experts from the shared mobility and Mobihub sector. Learn what Mobihubs are, how they promote sustainable travel, and the benefits they can bring to local communities.
Co-Mobility Forum, 19th June 2019 – Car Clubs out of Urban Centres
This session explored the strategies and opportunities to create successful car clubs away from dense city environments. It was a chance to hear from those working actively in the field to develop partnerships and operating models to address the challenges of viability in our suburbs, towns and rural areas.
The representatives we heard from were;
- Keith Kelly, Enterprise Car Club
- Martin Higgitt, Martin Higgitt Associates
- Robert Schopen, Co-Wheels
- Jeffrey Matthijs, Autodelen, Belgium
After the presentations, there was a short question and answer session led by CoMoUK’s new Chief Executive Richard Dilks.
Shared Transport Masterclass
CoMoUK partnered with Landor Links to deliver a masterclass for local authorities planning or working with shared transport schemes – from bike share to car clubs, demand responsive transport to micro mobility. Shared transport innovations offer a host of new opportunities, if you were unable to attend the event we are delighted to be able to share the slides with you.
Collaborative Mobility; Good Mobility 2018
The Collaborative Mobility Conference 2018 was held in September at the Crystal, Docklands in London. All of the presentations and information from the day are still available to view.