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Vulog’s North American Shared Mobility Champions Report spotlights the achievements and initiatives of influential shared mobility leaders in North America

The 2023 edition of the North American Shared Mobility Champions report is now available, download it today! 

Nominations for the 2024 edition of the North American Shared Mobility Champions will open in Spring of 2024.

The North American Shared Mobility Champions Report

Following the success of our annual Most Influential Women in Mobility Report, we are delighted to announce our latest initiative: Vulog’s North American Mobility Champions Report!

With the shared mobility industry in North America rapidly growing, driven by increasing urbanization, environmental concerns, technological advancements, changing consumer preferences, and government support, now is the time to shine a spotlight on the people who are key in moving the region forward toward a more sustainable future. 

The report will celebrate individuals who are transforming North America’s transportation landscape, tackling crucial challenges like climate change, inequality, and rising costs. By showcasing their achievements and initiatives, we aspire to inspire others to join the shared mobility movement and foster collaboration. 

The honorees showcased in the report will hail from all across North America, including Central America and the Caribbean, and will be selected based on their commitment to enacting a more sustainable and accessible shared mobility for all. Whether this be in large metropolises, rural areas, college campuses, or even on islands.

You can nominate a champion within one of four trends that we believe are driving forces behind the future of shared mobility:

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Who can be nominated? 

Individuals based in North America (Canada, United States, Mexico, Latin America, Caribbean) who are working for public, private, not-for-profit, academic, and international organizations, companies and, networks. You should be able to demonstrate their shared mobility expertise and experience as well as how they are positively contributing to the future of the industry in North America. 

What are the 4 trends? 

The report will be split up according to four of the major trends impacting shared mobility today. Each nominee needs to be nominated to represent one of these four trends: 


The race to electrify mobility is in full throttle and governments are responding in kind with new policies
and funding to support the transition. The future of shared mobility will inevitably be 100% electrified and we aim to recognize the people who are leading the charge towards this goal. 


Shared mobility has the potential to deliver significant social benefits, as it should be affordable and accessible to everyone at its core. We aim to recognize the people who strive to provide their communities with convenient, low-cost transportation opportunities for all.


Shared mobility serves as an essential complement to public transportation as it can be a first and last-mile link as well as serve as an alternative in transportation deserts. It’s key that both private and public actors work together to ensure that is seamlessly integrated into existing public transit systems. We aim to recognize the people who support public-private collaborations. 


Companies need to reduce their carbon footprint, cut costs, and offer attractive incentives to employees. Corporate shared mobility solutions check all of these boxes and many enterprises are shedding their asset-heavy, traditional fleets for more flexible, convenient options. We aim to recognize the people who are at the forefront of this rapidly growing trend.

What is considered to be "Shared Mobility"? 

Shared mobility is the shared use of a vehicle, including cars, bicycles, scooters, mopeds, and light commercial vehicles. Models of shared mobility may include, but are not limited to, the following:

    - Carsharing (B2C, P2P or Corporate) 
    - Micromobility and bicycle fleets
    - Corporate fleets 
    - Car subscription models
    - Digital rental models 
    - Ride-hailing 
    - On-demand transit 

It’s OK if none of the above categories fit your nominee perfectly, we still want to hear from you! 

How do you submit a nomination? 

To nominate a person that is advancing shared mobility, please click on the green 'Nominate a Champion' button found above and below. 

The entire application process will only take 10 - 15 minutes. You may submit as many nominations as you wish, however, please do not submit multiple nominations for the same nominee. 

Are there any costs associated with nominating someone?

No! There are no costs associated with the nomination process or the report. Honorees are 100% selected based on their merits and the final report will be free for everyone to download.  

Key Dates: 

06 July - Nominations open 

24 August - Nominations close 

08 November - The final Champions are announced and the report is published 


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