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Important Update Regarding COVID-19 & 2020 Summit

Information for Summit Attendees

Updated March 9, 2020:

Today, Governor Pritzker issued a Disaster Proclamation for the State of Illinois over the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

In the interest of the health and safety of all, and after much discussion with partners and our board, we have decided not to hold the 2020 National Shared Mobility Summit on March 17-19. 

We were looking forward to seeing all of you in Chicago, and we know that everyone—speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, Startup Spotlight finalists, and attendees alike—wanted to share exciting new developments and discuss this fast changing field.

We are in the process of finalizing plans for holding virtual sessions that will move forward these valuable discussions while we work out the logistics of a new in-person Summit that will take place soon.

Please continue to hold time during March 18 and March 19 for the first virtual sessions. We will get back to you in the next few days with exciting details.

We are committed to continuing the momentum of the Summit and giving our attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors the full experience. We appreciate your patience as we finalize new plans. We are all learning how to be resilient in an increasingly complex environment.

Onward!

 

The Shared-Use Mobility Center Staff

 

 

Contact: Leslie Gray, Communications and Public Affairs Director

Organization: Shared-Use Mobility Center

(312) 448-8083 Ext. 403

Leslie@sharedusemobilitycenter.org

www.sharedusemobilitycenter.org

 

You can get the latest updates by following us on Twitter (@SharedUseCntr) and by checking back here.

For more information about Coronavirus, you can visit:

City of Chicago Department of Public Health

World Health Organization

Centers for Disease Control