The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance is a statewide organization that brings together government, businesses, and allied organizations to improve life for all Coloradans by advancing smart cities investments that are outcome-driven and can be applied regionally to advance civic innovation in Colorado.

The Mobility Data Collaborative is a forum, established by SAE ITC, for public and private sector participants to develop frameworks for mobility data sharing. The group is comprised of public sector agencies, mobility operators, data analysis companies, and membership organizations such as the North American Bikeshare Association and the New Urban Mobility Alliance.

NUMO is a global organization of cities, NGO’s, companies, mobility service providers and community advocates that work together to implement the Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities. One focus area for NUMO is micromobility.

OMF is an open-source software foundation that creates a governance structure around open-source mobility tools, beginning with a focus on the Mobility Data Specification (MDS). By creating an open source foundation, OMF is able to offer a safe, efficient environment for stakeholders including municipalities, companies, technical, privacy, and policy experts, and the public to shape urban mobility management tools that help public agencies accomplish their mobility policy goals.

SharedStreets is a non-profit organization working on open-source software, digital infrastructure, and governance for urban transportation data.

TDC is an initiative at the University of Washington (UW) to create a protected and linked data repository of sensitive information from public and private transportation providers.