Bangalore Urban Mobility Lab

Rocky Mountain Institute and Micelio are bringing the Urban Mobility Lab to Bangalore and accepting Expression of Interests through 6 December 2019 to participate.

The Urban Mobility Lab aims to help Indian cities identify, integrate, implement, and scale mobility solutions that transform how people and goods move. The Bangalore Urban Mobility Lab will serve as a forum for open discussion and a platform for action through facilitated multistakeholder convenings and ongoing collaborative work. With the Lab, government, private sector, and civil society can codevelop solutions to system-level challenges and implementation plans for mobility projects.

To inaugurate the Lab and accelerate work on deploying projects that address system-level barriers, RMI and Micelio are planning an inaugural workshop in early February 2020. To participate, please consider submitting an Expression of Interest. Stakeholders from industry, start-ups, NGOs, academia, and civil society are encouraged to apply. Participants will work around several priority mobility areas and in various formats, including multistakeholder working groups and project-specific teams.


If you or your organization are interested in participating, please submit an Expression of Interest by 6 December 2019.

To download the EOI and learn more, please visit this page.

Submit completed Expression of Interests to Marshall Abramczyk at


To request more information, regarding the Bangalore Urban Mobility Lab, please contact Marshall Abramczyk at