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

  • Access to 1:1 support to develop shared transport in the UK
  • Access to quarterly webinars where we take a fresh theme each time to debate shared transport with all stakeholders (these are regularly attended by 50+ public authorities)
  • 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
  • Introductions to potential partners across the private and public sectors based on our 20 year history and expertise in shared mobility
  • The opportunity to come to bespoke CoMoUK events such as policy roundtables
  • Voting rights at annual general meetings

£775 (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'

Friends of CoMoUK

Public sector/not-for-profits

Plus

Awel Aman Tawe
Be First (Lucy Foreman)
Black Country Transport (Kester Sleeman)
Burngreave Clean Air Campaign (Graham Jones)
Cairn Valley Community Transport (Stephen Sparrow)
Colchester Borough Council
Deche (Suzanne Iuppa)
Leeds City Council - Influencing Travel Behaviour Team
Lochaber Environmental Group (Rachel McKerral)
Souldern United Charity (David Blunt)
South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority
Sussex Street Cohousing - Angel Yard (Richard Crosby)
Weston Park Cancer Charity

Individuals

Abdelrahman Ibrahim
Alan Morris
Alexandre Gauquelin
Allie Page
Ally McInroy
(Technology Scotland)
Alvaro Villagran
Amy St Clair
Andrew Capel
(Llani Car Club CIC)
Andrew King
Andrew McVie
Andrew Porteous
Angela Justice
(North Lincolnshire Council)
Arman Farahmand-Razavi
Beate Kubitz
Blythe Storm
Brendan Hill
Brian Shannon
Charlie Adie
Clare Linton
Colin Young
Darren Anvoner
Dave Holladay
(Transportation Management Solutions)
David Wong
Davis Kuma
Dylan Melsom
Eileen Morgan
(Chester Wheelers)
Evan Michaels
(HELPFUL Ltd)
Gabriel Yoong
(Honeycomb Network Ltd)
Gordon Pullen
Grace Couch
Graz Sausionis
Hugh Frost
Iqbal Ahmed
Irene McAleese
(See.Sense)
Jacob Derluck
James Hodges
(Egni Abergynolwyn Trust)
James Shaw
Jamie Robinson
Jeremy Drew
Joseph Seal-Driver
Kate Gifford
Kate Smallwood
Kevin House
(GRN NRG Associates)
Leslie Gray
Lewis Pull
Lisa Ter-Berg
Malcolm McFarlane
Mark Davidson
(Angus Council)
Mark Evans
(Community Transport for the Lewes Area)
Mark Strong
(Transport Initiatives)
Martin Ebner
Martin Higgitt
Martin Hill
Matthew Clark
(Steer)
Max Glaskin
Minchul Sohn
Oliver O’Brien
(Bikesharp)
Patrick Cresswell
(Future Motion)
Paul Kompfner
(MaaS for Climate)
Paul Wilson
Peter Riddell
Philip A Barton Esq
Philip Hall
Piotr Mazur
Ray Hill
Riccardo Leumann
Richard Harborne
Richard Pilgrim
Rob Furlong
(Knowledge Transfer Network)
Roy de Banzie
Serena Balkwill
Simon Allison
(London & Partners)
Stephen Bee
Stephen Campopiano
Sue Tomlinson
(Somerset West and Taunton Council)
Sylvia Edohasim
Tim Gould
Transport for London
Wendy Fearn
(Leicester College)
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