The NABSA Annual Conference


The NABSA Annual Conference is the leading global venue for shared micromobility and transportation leaders, practitioners, operators, and equipment providers to tackle important issues facing the industry. Join us to learn, network, and chart the future of shared micromobility.

Who Attends the Conference?

The 2021 NABSA Conference hosted nearly 400 guests. We encourage anyone engaging in the shared micromobility industry to attend: shared micromobility operators, equipment manufacturers, technology vendors, city staff working on shared micromobility and infrastructure that supports it, bike advocacy organizations, planners, and community partners using shared micromobility as a tool for local priorities to attend this event.

We offer a government/non-profit discounted rate. Scholarships are also available to ensure a diversity of organizations, backgrounds, and expertise.

What Topics are Covered?

The NABSA Conference encourages collaboration across sectors to grow shared micromobility and its benefits to communities, creating a more equitable and sustainable transportation ecosystem. NABSA is the shared micromobility industry’s membership organization with representation from system owners, operators, host cities, equipment providers, and technology providers.

Past session and speaker topics have included:

  • E-bikes, dockless bikes, scooters, and other innovations
  • Effective community engagement, ambassador programs, and strategies for intersectionality
  • Pricing and payment – what’s new, what works, what serves
  • Privacy concerns – balancing city programs with personal data
  • Research beat – what are we learning and how do we use it?

What are Mobile Workshops?

Each NABSA Conference features Mobile Workshops, where attendees are given the opportunity to get out and explore shared micromobility and infrastructure in the host city. Local hosts lead these afternoons.

2019 NABSA Conference

In fall 2019, 300 leaders joined us in Indianapolis for How We Move: Micromobility, Macro Impact to learn, network, and chart the future of shared micromobility.

View the highlights from our 2018 Conference, held in Portland, OR.