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.

Current Funders
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
McKnight Foundation

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.

Trade Allies
TransDev
Uber Technologies
Via (pending)

Event Sponsors
Bird
Routematch (MOD workshop)
Sparelabs
Vix Technology
Transdev
Spin
Lyft
Transit App
Ecolane
Diverge
Polsinelli

For more information on supporting our work, please email us or contact us at 312-448-8083.