Webinars and Events

The shared micromobility industry is changing at a rapid pace. New innovations bring new opportunities, and policy leaders are rising to meet those challenges. NABSA provides educational events to support members of the industry in all sectors, at all levels of their careers.

NABSA’s two largest educational opportunities are provided through Webinars and the NABSA Annual Conference.

Public Webinar: Public Funding for Shared Micromobility Operations
July 9th, 2021 from 11 AM – 12:30 PM ET

Funding models for shared micromobility operations vary considerably across North America. As cities’ and public transit agencies’ interest in shared micromobility grows as a means to expand public transportation, address climate change, equity, health, and increase access to jobs and essential goods and services, we look to gain inspiration from the public-private partnerships in Guadalajara, the UK, and Paris that include public funding to sustain bikeshare system operations. Additionally, Transportation for America will address the US federal policy environment’s lack of funding for public transportation operations and what it would take to make operations funding more available to local cities and transit agencies to support shared micromobility systems.

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NABSA Webinars

NABSA hosts regular webinars on the topics that are important to our members. NABSA Webinars feature leaders in the industry sharing their expertise and lessons learned. Many of these webinars are members-only, but some crucial topics are open to the public. 

Every NABSA member employee has access to our industry-specific webinar series as well as archived webinars in our Knowledge Share database.

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NABSA Annual Conference

The NABSA Annual Conference is the leading global venue for shared micromobility and transportation leaders, practitioners, equipment providers to tackle important issues facing the industry. Several hundred people join each year to learn, network, and chart the future of bikeshare and shared micromobility.

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