NCMM’s 2021 Mobility Management Poster Session

2019 NCMM Poster Session Presenters
2019 NCMM Poster Session Presenters at the 2019 EXPO in Palm Springs, California


NCMM is now accepting poster presentation submissions for NCMM’s 2021 Mobility Management Poster Session. They will be displayed at the Community Transportation Association’s EXPO in Richmond, VA, November 7-11, 2021. Posters will discuss a community transportation challenge and the ways mobility management approaches have helped solve that challenge. Presenters of accepted posters will receive a $500 stipend to help defray their costs in attending the Poster Session.

About the Poster Session

The National Center for Mobility Management has held three annual Mobility Management Poster Sessions, starting in 2016, at the Community Transportation Association of America’s EXPO conference. CTAA’s EXPO is attended by over 1,000 transit agencies, mobility management professionals, and transportation-related entities. The poster sessions give mobility management practitioners a chance to shine and share their innovative practices in an informal setting, open to all EXPO attendees. The EXPO intensive trainings and workshops have brought plenty of interested attendees to the poster sessions and provide good learning opportunities for mobility management professionals, as well.

Selected presenters display their posters during the Trade Fair reception and lunch and respond to EXPO attendees’ questions about the projects described in the posters. A $500 stipend will be mailed to each presenter once EXPO is completed.

Exhibition Schedule

  • Set up poster session between 3pm and 4:30pm on Tuesday, Nov. 9
  • Grand opening from 5pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday, Nov. 9
  • Tradeshow lunch from 12pm to 2:30pm on Wednesday, Nov. 10

Creating a Poster 

Posters should meet the following criteria:

  • Describe a transportation challenge in a community, state, or region
  • Discuss the a mobility management approach to solving that challenge, in terms of partnerships, innovative design, outreach, community engagement and/or involving riders
  • Provide information about how the solution is working and lessons learned, even if the solution did not work as well hoped

There is no mandatory arrangement of the poster. Infographics, diagrams, and charts can enhance understanding of the poster content. Many presenters use this standard template.

Application Information

Applications are open now!

Two documents must be submitted for a complete application: (1) an application form and (2) a poster (pdf). The application deadline is October 15, 2021.

Application Documents

Please send any questions about the poster session to Kirby Wilhelm at

2019 poster presenters


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