What is Mobility Management?
Mobility Management is an approach to designing and delivering transportation services that starts and ends with the customer.
Mobility Managers teach people how to use transit, educate communities about transportation options, coordinate trips, manage volunteer driver programs, organize van pools, run call centers and much more.
Transportation is essential to almost every activity that takes place within a community. Mobility Managers creatively help individuals find the most efficient, cost effective way to get where they need to go.
Members of WAMM pay $35 annually and are encouraged to serve on committees, continue their education, give presentations at one of two conferences each and participate actively on the WAMM monthly meetings and group discussions.
WAMM members have the opportunity to pursue certification. To become a certified Mobility Manager send an email to our Professional Development Committee and a committee member will contact you with the curricula, process, credit tracker and expectations.
Members are encouraged to share stories of mobility management successes. Send an email to share your story!
If you are interested in becoming a member, please send an email with your name, agency, contact information and indicate if you are interested in certification.
Membership renewals are easy! You can send your Membership Fee to WAMM at 138 S. Iowa, Street, Dodgeville, WI, 53533 and be certain to provide your name so you can properly credited.
Types of Membership
Full or Retired Transportation Professional - Individuals that directly or indirectly provide transportation services. $35/per person per year (calendar).
Corporate - Vendors and/or providers rendering services or supplies to transportation systems and agencies. Non-voting privileges. $150/per provider per year (calendar).
Benefits of WAMM Membership
Wisconsin Association of Mobility Managers is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.