Membership

Join CoMoUK

Shared transport is in many ways a collaboration, and CoMoUK's collaboration with its members is a very important part of how it works. CoMoUK has three types of membership: 

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Operator membership

  • In car club and bike share we have accredited operator memberships
  • In e-scooter and DDRT we have non-accredited operator memberships
  • Shared ride platforms fall under associate membership of CoMoUK
  • Our wider associate membership includes a diverse range of companies
  • Public authorities can access all our forums for free and have access to us on a 1:1 basis at any time
  • All our memberships bring voting rights at our AGM, as does our Friends of CoMoUK category
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Operator members

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Associate membership

  • Opportunities to contribute to one of our webinars, which bring together public and private sectors on shared transport hot topics. These run every other month on a range of topics in shared mobility and are regularly attended by 60+ local authorities;
  • Introduction to potential partners working in the sector based on our 20+ year history and expertise in shared mobility on a referral rather than recommendation basis;
  • Featuring your logo and website on our associate membership page;
  • Links to a network of local authority officers which CoMoUK provides with advice and knowledge share networking sessions;
  • Opportunities to add an article into the monthly newsletter, sent to our full database, and to write a blog on our site on a suitable topic;
  • The opportunity to come to bespoke CoMoUK events.

£800 (exc. VAT) per year

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Associate members

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Friends of CoMoUK membership

As a charity, CoMoUK works for the public benefit of shared transport.

We recognise the vital role that the public and third sectors play in this and are providing this category for the minimal annual cost of £1.

This brings voting rights at our annual general meeting, as with our other membership categories.

We work even-handedly with all public authorities across the UK, regardless of whether they are Friends of CoMoUK.

Sign up as a 'Friend of CoMoUK'

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Public sector/not-for-profits

Plus

Be First (Lucy Foreman)
Black Country Transport (Kester Sleeman)
Colchester Borough Council
Derbyshire Community Transport (Joanne Frost)
Epping Forest District Council (Stephen Lloyd-Jones)
Northumberland County Council (Diego Perera-Solis)
Our Transport Hub (Ria Skelton)
Oxfordshire Travel & Transport Community Planning Unit (Christopher Gowers)
Soirbheas (Kara Scott)

Individuals

Alan Morris
Alex Gauquelin
Ally McInroy
(Technology Scotland)
Arman Farahmand-Razavi
Benjamin Oti-Awere
Brendan Hill
Chenyang Wu
Darren Anvoner
David Somervell
Godfred Obrigya-Acquah
Jay Ramakrishnan
Jody Slater
Jonathan Hill
Joseph Seal-Driver
Kate Gifford
Leon Daniels
Mark Strong
Martin Higgitt
Martin Hill
Matthew Clark
Michael Lawson
Minchul Sohn
Neil Barker
Peter Riddell
Philip A Barton Esq
Ray Hill
Richard Stephenson
Sean Heron
Stefanie Rachmann-Davies
Stephen Campopiano
Steve Kendall
(Driver & Vehicle Services Agency)
Tim Pharoah
Ussamah Malik
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