SUMC’s work is supported by a wide range of organizations, including foundations, government agencies, networks, and our Trade Allies. All of SUMC’s research, positions, governance, programming, and products are the independent and exclusive work of SUMC. A financial relationship does not include the rights to influence or direct SUMC’s research agenda, organizational strategy, operational procedures, or mission.
Download our 2017-2019 Growth & Impact Report for more details on our financials.
California Air Resources Board
County of Hawaii
City of San Jose
Easter Seals – NCMM
U.S. Department of Transportation – Federal Transit Administration
U.S. Department of Transportation – Federal Highway Administration
Des Moines Area Regional Transportation Authority
National Academy of Sciences – Transit Cooperative Research Program
City of Los Angeles, California – Department of Transportation
World Resources Institute
Village of Bedford Park, Illinois
University of Minnesota
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Toyota North America Incorporated
SUMC Trade Ally Program
The Shared-Use Mobility Center Trade Ally program provides organizations with an opportunity to support SUMC’s mission and the shared mobility industry.
Trade Allies can expect the following benefits:
- High-value information and expertise: Allies can stay up to date on the latest developments in shared mobility.
- Connection to an expansive network: Allies benefit from wide-ranging networking opportunities with SUMC’s network of experts, leaders, and decision-makers.
- Industry recognition: Allies are featured prominently on SUMC’s website and in materials.
Routematch (MOD workshop)
For more information on supporting our work, please email us or contact us at 312-448-8083.