Joining CoMoUK means being part of a strong network of diverse stakeholders. We provide a voice for those working in collaborative mobility and seek to represent all aspects of the sector.
The contributions from CoMoUK members along with other funding partners also 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 types of membership: operator members, associate members and a free category for Local authorities -“Friends of CoMoUK”,
Membership brings the following benefits:
- Access to 1:1: support to develop shared mobility in the UK;
- Access to quarterly meetings for each stakeholder group tailored for each shared mobility mode;
- Opportunities to add an article into the monthly newsletter, sent to our full database, and to write a blog on our site on a suitable topic;
- Opportunities to contribute to one of our Co-Mobility webinars, which run every few weeks on the range of topics in shared mobility and are regularly attended by 60+ local authorities;
- Introductions to potential partners across the private and public sectors based on our 20 year history and expertise in shared mobility;
- The opportunity to come to bespoke CoMoUK events such as policy roundtables;
- Discounted rates for entry and exhibiting at the CoMoUK Annual Conference.
- Voting rights at Annual General Meetings.
Operator and associate membership costs
£750 (ex vat) per year
For car club and bike share operators interested in accreditation, which also incorporates membership, please visit the accreditation pages.
Friends of CoMoUK
Public sector, charities, educational establishments, individuals
As a charity CoMoUK works for the public benefit of shared mobility. We recognise the vital role that the public and voluntary sectors play in reaching this goal and are removing the paid category of membership for non-commercial partners from April 2020. Instead, we are asking our supporters to
to show support for the acceleration of shared mobility. CoMoUK is collating “pledges” or commitments to action for the coming year to help to share ideas, build partnerships and raise the profile of shared mobility.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in the non-commercial category and wish to retain voting rights within CoMoUK formal meetings, please pay the £1 per year nominal fee
Friends of CoMoUK - a category for the public sector, not for profit and individuals
- ACT Travelwise
- Argyll and Bute Council
- Bradford Council
- Bicycle Recycling
- Isles of Scilly Community Venture
- Kinross Community Council
- Leeds City Council
- London and Partners
- North Lincolnshire Council
- Nottingham City Council
- Shared-Use Mobility Center
- Somerset West and Taunton Council
- South Yorkshire Passenger Transport
- Alan Morris
- Andrew Capel
- Alexandre Gauqelin, Shared Micromobility
- Beate Kubitz
- Blyth Storm
- Clare Linton (voting rights)
- Dave Holladay
- Jacob Derluck
- Lisa Ter-Berg
- Martin Higgitt (voting rights)
- Oliver O’Brien, Bikesharp
- Philip Barton
- Richard Harborne
- Enterprise Rent-a-Car UK Ltd
- Blue Zoom
- Coo Rides
- Donkey Republic
- Ginger town
- Human Forest
- Lime Technologies
- Nextbike UK
- Share bikes
- Blue Zoom / Zwings
- City Scoot
- Ginger town
- Link (Super Pedestrian)
- Moo scooters
- Zipp Mobility
Arnold Clark Vehicle Management
Ambipar Response Limited
Ambipar offer a 24/7/365 emergency response service to provide safe, timely and professional specialist recovery of micromobility assets from high hazard environments, before either returning them to you or disposing of them as an established and fully licensed waste carrier in the UK.
Colab and Consult
Go Travel Solutions
PHAR Partnerships is a sponsorship consultancy, with a particular focus on developing sponsorship revenues for the transport sector. Their clients include Transport for London, Transport for West Midlands and Transport for Greater Manchester, analysing what their bike share schemes are worth as sponsorship opportunities and advising on commercial strategy. With offices in London and South East Asia, they also work on developing, analysing and selling sponsorship packages for a wide range of transport authorities, local authorities, airports and airlines.
Ridecell helps companies build and operate profitable mobility businesses, including digital sales, private leases, short-term subscriptions, digital access to commercial fleets, and shared mobility for consumers. With the company’s High-yield Mobility™ SaaS toolkit of intelligent software, business services, and ecosystem partners, Ridecell customers maximize three key profit drivers: customer experience, fleet utilization, and operational efficiency.
Founded in 2009, today, Ridecell powers some of the most successful mobility services in cities across Europe and North America. These services include KINTO Share from Toyota, ZITY from Ferrovial and Groupe Renault, and Gig Car Share from AAA.
Ridecell is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with more than 170 employees in offices across the globe. For more information, visit www.ridecell.com