Shared transport charity CoMoUK has appointed architect Mark Dowey senior development officer for Scotland to support the promotion of mobility hubs.
A new mobility hub meeting standards set by Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) has been unveiled in London today (June 17).
A focus on shared transport is 'crucial' to help London meet its net-zero ambitions and should be a priority for the next London Mayor, CoMoUK has said.
This document sets out CoMoUK’s asks for the next London Mayoral and Assembly terms to help create a greener, fairer and healthier city.
This report sets out CoMoUK's vision for shared transport in Scotland for the next Scottish Government.
CoMoUK has urged the next Scottish Government to ‘transform’ Scotland’s transport system by adopting shared transport solutions.
CoMoUK has revealed the results of its fifth annual bike share reports including Britain and Scotland.
This report by CoMoUK gives the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Britain.
This report by CoMoUK reveals the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Scotland.
Large housing developments should contain ‘mobility hubs’ for transport as a condition of planning consent, Scottish ministers have been told.
Collaborative Mobility UK analysis estimates that around 634,000 households in Scotland could replace their private vehicle with car sharing.
An alliance of active travel, public transport and shared mobility groups are calling for the rapid reduction of private car use to help tackle air pollution.
CoMoUK, the organisation that promotes shared mobility, is putting together dual webinars to set out the next steps to introduce better mobility hubs in the UK.
More than 25,000 people are now part of pay-per-drive car clubs in Scotland with memberships more than doubling in the last three years, according to a new report.