CMEA invites organizations, municipalities, transit agencies and mobility providers to collaborate and gain access to resources and network opportunities to plan, implement and grow shared mobility projects that advance local and regional mobility equity and justice policy solutions to meet California’s climate, air quality and equity goals.
CMEA was formed around the idea of a peer-to-peer network to help project implementers and communities to share successes and challenges in mobility project implementation. Built on findings from the SB 350 Barrier Study and direct input from previous and current project implementers, CMEA is grounded in mobility equity and focused on capacity building and knowledge sharing to support CMO awardees and California-funded project implementers with project planning, implementation and operations. As the network expands, CMEA will adapt and change to provide ongoing support to the growing community of practice and advance policy solutions that support widespread clean mobility adoption.
Tailored resources, customized tools, and case studies that support mobility project planning and implementation
Partnerships for collaboration, opportunities to connect with new and current projects, and opportunities to support policy advocacy
Specialized training sessions and focused working group meetings that incorporate best practices and strategies for project implementation
Dedicated regional group meetings and communication channels to connect with other mobility project implementers and to share project updates, new ideas, challenges, and lessons learned
Technical expertise to support various stages of mobility implementation such as planning, community engagement, service launch, and operations
A supportive community of practice that promotes collaborative problem solving through facilitated cohort meetings, working groups, and statewide meetings
Engagement with various mobility stakeholders to develop action-based solutions to address policy challenges in clean mobility through the solutions committee
As members of the CMEA you can access support materials and resources like those provided in the Community Transportation Needs Assessment Execution Toolkit or the Mobility Project Implementation Toolkit.
Peer-learning meetings within regional cohorts to share project updates, discuss project challenges, successes, and lessons learned focused on mobility project planning, launch, and operations
Peer-learning meetings across the state of California with mobility project implementers, mobility stakeholders, mobility advocates, mobility researchers, and mobility providers to share new ideas and lessons learned
Targeted training sessions and small working groups to provide technical expertise, share resources, troubleshoot project challenges, and address specific implementation obstacles
Policy level discussion and coordination of a diverse group of CMEA members to advance equity within the program and state-wide landscape through proposed action items, policy recommendations, and mobility solutions
If you have a mobility event, opportunity, or resource you’d like to share with the network, please share your recommendations with us!
$1,000,000 for Community Transportation Needs Assessment (CTNA) vouchers worth $100,000 each available per eligible applicant.