Shared-Use Mobility Center 2023 National Shared Mobility Summit - Chicago, IL
May 2-4, 2023
Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago
Federal Transit Administration
Transportation Program Director
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Joint Office of Energy and Transportation
Co-Founder and Partner
Studio for Urban Projects
In May 2022, the Shared-Use Mobility Center gathered hundreds of mobility leaders for the first in-person National Shared Mobility Summit since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders from community-based organizations, non-profits, transit agencies, government agencies, mobility operators, technology vendors, and more came together to address the theme, “All Together Now: Collective Action for Shared Mobility.”
To create a platform for collective action and accountability, SUMC convened the Shared Mobility 2030 Action Agenda which calls on the industry to establish a roadmap to making shared mobility more viable than driving a car.
This call comes at an opportune time with the historic passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act.
Both offer opportunities to replace car-centric transportation with people-focused shared mobility that fights climate change, promotes equity, and strengthens community.
As we enter 2023, this call to action has been all the more pressing. Climate change plagues communities, traffic deaths remain horrifically high, and public spaces prioritize personal vehicles. We must build upon and hold ourselves accountable to advance shared mobility.
The 2023 Summit theme is:
Join us this year for an opportunity for old and new friends in the shared mobility world to gather and evaluate where we stand on achieving our collective goals.
With speeches, workshops, panels, networking, and field trips, attendees can learn about best practices in shared mobility that they can implement in their communities.
Summit sessions will explore how we can make shared mobility more reliable, equitable, accessible, and sustainable through the following topics:
Funding & Affordability
How might we sustainably fund the expansion of shared mobility infrastructure the same way we subsidize private car use?
What are the new and creative ways to expand and sustain shared mobility?
How can we advance from experimenting with and piloting shared mobility to scaling and replicating projects that enable more people to access more mobility options?
Tools & Incentives
How can we support our households and communities to shift to use more shared mobility options available to them?
What opportunities can we develop to engage and listen to our communities to understand their social, financial, historical and cultural contexts?
What tools and incentives are currently working to encourage households and communities towards opting for shared mobility options over the private car?
What should be standard components of shared mobility in transportation infrastructure?
How can we equitably connect information between shared mobility services and users?
What land-use decisions should we prioritize to help shape the viability and feasibility of infrastructure for shared mobility?
Metrics & Outcomes
How is shared mobility helping households reduce their dependence on private car use?
What is our standard way to measure the carbon savings from shared mobility and supporting land uses?
How is shared mobility making our communities and society fairer and less unequal?
Speakers, sessions, field trips and more information coming soon...
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