Missed our How States are Moving the Emissions Needle Webinar?
2021 has given us the chance to reassess how we can best support our mission and our public. After much thought, we have decided not to hold a virtual 2021 National Shared Mobility Summit in April. We will without a doubt deliver the value you expect from our summit this year, and are exploring new and better ways to do this safely and virtually. By listening to the feedback from past summit attendees and the experiences of others, we are looking at new formats to maximize what you appreciate about our event—the relevant and cross-sector panel discussions, enlightening speakers, networking opportunities, and hands-on sessions and workshops—while keeping your attention and respecting your time. And just wait for 2022! COVID-willing, we will be back with an in-person National Shared Mobility Summit we can all look forward to. Stay tuned!
STATEMENT OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
The Shared-Use Mobility Center celebrates diversity. We value the array of backgrounds and experiences people bring and strive for inclusivity in the planning, design, and development of mobility solutions. Throughout our work, among our staff, and in all SUMC Workshops and events, we support diversity in all its forms, encompassing but not limited to age, disability status, economic circumstance, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Mobility for all must be inspired, created, and executed by all. Join us.
The Shared-Use Mobility Center is a public-interest organization dedicated to achieving equitable, affordable, and environmentally sound mobility across the US through the efficient sharing of transportation assets. By connecting the public and private sectors, piloting programs, conducting new research, and providing policy and technical expertise to cities and regions, SUMC seeks to extend the benefits of shared mobility for all.