Joining CoMoUK is important for two reasons.
• As a membership organisation developing a strong network from a diverse range of stakeholders provides a mandate for our work. We provide a voice for those working in collaborative mobility and seeks to represent all aspects of the sector.
• The contributions of CoMoUK members along with other funding partners enable us to carry out our key objectives to promote co-mobility, collect evidence of the impacts of the sector and provide advice on developing schemes.
There are three different categories of membership:
• Commercial, (private sector)
£500 (ex vat) per year
• Non-commercial, (public sector, charities, educational establishments, individuals)
£20* (ex vat) per year
Public Sector Forum Membership
£300 (ex vat) per year
*This is a nominal fee to remove barriers for supporters with limited resources.
For car club and bike share operators interested in accreditation, which also incorporates membership, please visit the accreditation pages.
Members receive the following benefits:
Develop the sector
Support our independent research, analysis and creation of best practice resources to develop shared transport for the public good.
Support our work as the independent voice and central portal for the shared transport sector.
Listing on the website member directory.
Access to networks
Access to networks of shared transport practitioners.
Preferential attendance rates at CoMoUK’s conference.
Voting rights on CoMoUK matters and at the AGM.
All commercial members to be notified of sponsorship opportunities.
Bike Share Operators
- Bewegen Technologies Inc
- Beryl Bike Share
- Brompton Bike Hire
- Donkey Republic
- Freebike Ltd
- Hourbike Limited (c)
- Intelligent Transport Services Ltd (ITS)
- Lime Technologies
- Nextbike UK
- Serco Limited
- Share Bike
Car Club Operators
- Car and Away
- Green Mobility
- Enterprise Rent-a-Car UK Ltd
- Bristol Community Transport (c)
- Cambridge CleanWheels
- Co-Cars Ltd
- Hook Norton Low Carbon Ltd
- Huntly Development Trust
- Lochwinnoch Energy Action Plan (LEAP)
- Moray Carshare
- Shropshire Car Club
- St James and Bartonsham Car Club
- South Ayrshire Community Transport (SACT)
Consultancies, technology suppliers
- Go Travel Solutions
- Maas Global
- Nexans EVCS
Public sector, charities and Universities
- Bromley, London Borough
- Redbridge, London Borough
- Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
- Plymouth City Council
- Leeds City Council
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Sheffield
- West Midlands Combined Authority
- Andrew Capel
- Martin Higgitt
- Kevin House
- Dave Holladay
- Jacob Derluck
- Beate Kubitz
- Lisa Ter-Berg