Accreditation

Introduction

CoMoUK runs accreditation schemes for:

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Car and bike share

For car and bike/e-bike share, accreditation ensures a collectively agreed set of standards is upheld across the sector to:

  • maintain the reputation that these shared transport schemes have gained as a valuable component of sustainable transport
  • save authorities unnecessary repeated effort in assessing operators
  • save operators their side of that repeated work

The criteria have been carefully chosen to provide a robust framework whilst not stifling innovation.

They are reviewed annually with all stakeholders.

Join other accredited operators such as:

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Mobility hubs

For mobility hubs, accreditation acts as a:

  • planning and design tool for those considering a hub
  • a recognition of the quality of an accredited hub

For more detail, please visit our mobility hub accreditation page.

Apply for accreditation

If you wish to apply, please visit the appropriate accreditation page using the links below.

If you have any queries about the accreditation process, please email us.

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