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CoMotion LAB MIAMI (C-LAB) is an advanced and connected urban playground for mobility innovation in which public rights of way in Miami-Dade County and in adjacent geographies are used to develop and validate new and commercially-viable transport technologies. Miami-Dade County, with its 5,500 miles of public roads, its airspace and its maritime channels, provides a complex and variegated testing geography, representative of different kinds of urban geographies throughout the United States and beyond: dense urban center, exurban sprawl, and developer-led communities.

C-LAB is empowered by the Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works and other key public sector stakeholders in the county and the state to oversee mobility pilot zones and streamline administrative processes to test new mobility technologies and solutions.

The first areas to be focused on in 2021 are:

Urban Air Mobility
Curb and Smart Infrastructure



We connect people to places by providing a high-quality, safe, reliable, clean, and efficient mass transit system that meets the travel needs of the County’s growing population and we provide vital transportation infrastructure systems and services.


CoMotion is a global events, digital media and advisory platform at the heart of New Mobility. CoMotion works to forge powerful connections between the world’s most innovative companies and civic leaders and investors from across the mobility ecosystem.


Lilium’s vision is to create a sustainable mode of high-speed, regional transportation. Using the 7-Seater Lilium Jet, an electric vertical take-off and landing jet, offering leading capacity, low noise and high performance, Lilium is building a transport network and service.


HNTB Corp., an employee-owned transportation infrastructure firm with 107 years of service, understands the infrastructure life cycle, addresses clients’ most complex challenges and helps them navigate evolving technology to maximize benefits.


Lacuna is the leading provider of digital tools that allow cities to create dynamic transportation policies. Its consultancy, E&A, works collaboratively to integrate equity-enhancing, privacy-preserving technology in cities, all for the public good. 


Skyports is a leading enabler of advanced air mobility (AAM) and provides the critical link between the ground and the sky. The company designs, builds and operates take-off and landing infrastructure for electric air taxis. Skyports also provides drone delivery through its logistics arm, Delivery by Skyports, which is already proving the viability of the company’s best-in-class unmanned systems technologies within the medical, e-commerce and logistics sectors.


Via is the world’s leading TransitTech provider, reshaping public transit, from a rigid system of fixed routes and schedules to a technology-enabled, on-demand transit network. With our operational and technical expertise from over 80 million rides across more than 150 global partnerships, our industry-leading technology platform can help partners provide efficient, equitable, and more environmental transportation.



The Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Task Force has been assembled by Miami-Dade County Department Transportation and Public Works to bring innovative ideas from the private sector. The UAM Task Force’s mission is to consider the breadth of the County’s assets while recommending “in-air” solutions for goods delivery, passenger mobility, and operational enhancements to best serve residents, businesses, and visitors. The Task Force is comprised of entities that are expert in areas such as airspace management, infrastructure for take-off and landing, applicable manned and unmanned aircraft, FAA certification, zoning, and more. As with all C-LAB Task Forces, these innovators, in collaboration with the Miami-Dade DTPW and other key public agencies, will consider available technologies to address mobility needs, as well as identify necessary policies, pilot projects, and implementations.


Through public-private collaboration, the Curb and Smart Infrastructure Task Force pilots innovative solutions aimed at rethinking the way local governments manage the urban curb. It is essential that municipalities deliver a curb fit for the multimodal transportation and delivery services that operate around it, and that local governments have the smart infrastructure necessary for supporting a new wave of technological innovations, including autonomous vehicles. The Task Force acts in the service of Miami-Dade’s community and aims to develop solutions that are scalable and transferable to other urban realities.


CoMotion LAB MIAMI Announces First Task Forces

Mobility Innovation Lab Launched in Miami-Dade County

Miami-Dade unveils members of its new mobility task forces.

Perciben a Florida entre los punteros de la nueva tecnología de la movilidad.

Mobility Innovation Lab Launched at CoMotion Miami Conference.

Mobility innovation consortium launched in Miami-Dade.

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