Upcoming NABSA Events

2019 NABSA Conference

September 30 – October 2

Indianapolis, IN


NABSA Webinar: Shared E-Scooter Safety

Shared e-scooters have quickly become a popular way for people to get to where they need to go, but injury rates of riders in cities where they are deployed has raised flags for regulators, media, health professionals, researchers, and operators alike. In this webinar, we will hear from researchers who have conducted two preliminary studies on shared e-scooter safety– one by the CDC and Austin Public Health looking at ridership in Austin, and one by researchers at UCLA on ridership in Santa Monica. Additionally, Remix has been conducting a review of cities’ responses to scooter safety, and will present an overview of the actions cities are taking across the US to address safety concerns. Please join us to learn more about this important topic and ask your burning questions!




  • Talia Pindyck, CDC
  • David Zane, Austin Travis County Health and Human Services Department
  • Tarak Trivedi, UCLA
  • Rachel Zack, Remix

Past Events

Member Webinar: Navigating Change in the Bikeshare and Shared Micromobility Industry

From April 2019
The bikeshare and shared micromobility industry has been rapidly changing over the last two years through acquisitions, start-ups, ebikes, and scooters. How do we continue to adapt and innovate during these changes? Join us as we hear how Nice Ride reconceptualized its role as a non-profit operator, how Bike Share of Austin added scooters into its operations, about Divvy’s new Lyft sponsorship deal and how they have navigated changes in their operations team, and about Ann Arbor’s journey through restructuring bikeshare in their community and current bikeshare modernization plan. Additionally, we’ll hear from JUMP and Lyft about what these changes in the industry have meant for the drivers of that change, and how they have been navigating new terrain.

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Member Webinar:  MDS and Emerging Dockless Data Standardization

From February 27, 2019
As cities seek to permit dockless micromobility providers, traditional operators look to include dockless options into their fleets, and private vendors gear up to launch in markets, questions about data have emerged: What sorts of data should be requested by municipalities and why?

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Member Call: NABSA 2019 Strategic Directions

From December 2018
Foremost, NABSA exists of and for its members. Samantha Herr, Executive Director, presents how NABSA is putting member feedback to work through our strategic priorities for 2019 and beyond.

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