2019 National Shared Mobility Summit
Register today for the 2019 National Shared Mobility Summit in Chicago on March 5-7 before we sell out! Join cities, companies, agencies, researchers and innovators in tackling tough questions like these:
Can shared mobility reduce congestion and improve job access?
Should public transit be free?
What should be the role of Uber and Lyft in our cities?
What impact will autonomous vehicles have in the next five years?
Are scooters a safe, year-round option for the long term?
Reserve your spot today to collaborate on multi-modal mobility solutions that are accessible, affordable, equitable and environmentally sound.
- Anthony Foxx, Chief Policy Officer & Senior Advisor to the President & CEO, Lyft
- Shelley Poticha, Managing Director, Healthy People & Thriving Communities Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
- Vince Valdes, Associate Administrator, Office of Research, Demonstration & Innovation, Federal Transit Administration
2019 Summit Themes:
- Shared Mobility Impact
- Public-Private Collaboration
- Newly Emerging Modes
- Electric and Autonomous Vehicles
- Shared Mobility and Urban Form
The Summit is hosted by the Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC), a non-profit, public interest organization dedicated to creating a multimodal transportation system the works for everyone.
The National Shared Mobility Summit is the premier shared mobility summit and expo in North America. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to network with leading mobility experts, changemakers, and practitioners while learning about the latest research, policy advances, and mobility experiments. Over three jam-packed days, you can participate in panel discussions, workshops, breakout sessions, hands-on demonstrations, and off-site tours as well as meet up-and-coming innovators and discover new products and services in the Startup Spotlight and the Shared Mobility Expo.
For 2019 Summit inquiries or concerns, please contact us at Summit2019@sharedusemobilitycenter.org
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