The World Collaborative Mobility Congress is Wocomoco.


Some of the topics to be examined are:

  • Carsharing business and public policy
  • Sharing urban spaces
  • Emerging technology in carsharing
  • Peer-to-peer carsharing
  • Bikesharing
  • Sustainabilty, livability and city planning
  • Entrepreneurial and political challenges

   Speakers include:

Lauren Anderson
Collaborative Consumption

David Van Kesteren
CEO, Taxistop Cambio

Dr. Susan Shaheen, Ph.D.
Transportation Sustainability Research Center
University of California, Berkeley

Bonny Rahel
Directrice chez Mobility Solutions AG

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Collaborative mobility focuses on sharing journeys, modes of transport and infrastructure. In between collective and individual transport, new peer-to-peer based networks are emerging and boosting individual mobility beyond private car ownership. We are increasingly freeing ourselves from the costly constraints of having to own our means of transportation. Our personal mobility needs are being better served by large-scale public transportation providers. Private bicycle and car sharers, carpooling services, long-distance bus service providers and shared parking providers are as much a part of this new mobility paradigm as the numerous websites and apps where new mobility products and services can be rented or shared - ranging from cars to public transport tickets to cargo bikes. Wocomoco will be held May 7 & 8 in Bern, Switzerland.


The registration fee through the site is 500 Swiss Francs ($550 USD). If you register through the CarSharing Association, you can use a promo_code to get a discount on the conference registration price.


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The organizer of the Congress is Mobility Academy in Switzerland.


The CSA is the communications partner for Wocomoco.