Arlington Honors 19 Businesses for Innovative Transportation Programs
Published on March 23, 2018
- 2017 Platinum level champions honored for sustainable transportation strategies
- Helping Arlington's long-range goal of reducing single occupancy vehicle use
- Honorees' exemplary benefits encourage the use of transit, bike, walk, car/vanpool and telework
The Arlington County Board honored 19 local businesses and properties for their dedication to providing sustainable transportation to employees and tenants, as part of the Champions
program. The program, created by Arlington Transportation Partners
(ATP) and supported by Arlington County Commuter Services
(ACCS), motivates businesses, multi-family residential communities, commercial properties and schools to recognize the impact they can make on reducing traffic congestion in Arlington County.
Platinum Level Champions are companies in Arlington that have made a financial and cultural commitment to implementing transportation initiatives and programs. They value a balanced corporate culture, including improved employee benefits, sustainability and a better work/life balance.
"Arlington County prides itself on being one of the best places in the region to work and live. Platinum Level Champions are integral in encouraging the use of local and regional mobility options. Their support maintains this vibrant community's status as a top destination for business, employees and residents nationwide," said Wendy Duren, ATP Program Director. "We are proud to recognize our Platinum Level Champions for 2017. They are leading by example, and we look forward to our continued partnership in 2018 and beyond."
Earlier this year, 231 total businesses were honored at an annual ceremony, with Arlington County Board Member John Vihstadt, ACCS Bureau Chief Jim Larsen and keynote Sabrina Sussman, Manager of Public Partnerships at Zipcar, in attendance. Sussman shed light on the future of transportation and what that could mean for businesses and properties in Arlington County.
2018, ATP will challenge Platinum Level Champions to take their commitment even further and provide tangible programs that encourage employees, residents and tenants to try more sustainable transportation options.
To learn more about Champions
and view 2017's Platinum Level champions, visit ArlingtonTransportationPartners.com/champions
2017 Platinum Champions
- Eastern Research Group, Inc.
- Nestle USA
- Smithsonian Institution - Office of Contracting and Personal Property Management
- Temple Army Readiness Center
- 1400 Crystal Drive owned and managed by Lowe Enterprises
- Century Center I & II owned and managed by Lowe Enterprises
- Crystal Gateways - 1225 S Clark Street, 1235 S Clark Street, 200 12th Street, 201 12th Street owned and managed by JBG Smith
- Potomac Tower owned and managed by Brookfield Properties
[/one_half][one_half_last]Multi-Family Residential Communities
- Avalon at Arlington Square owned and managed by AvalonBay Communities
- Courtland Towers owned and managed by Dittmar Company
- Dorchester Apartments owned and managed by E.G. Reinsch Companies
- Oakland Apartments owned and managed by E.G. Reinsch Companies
- Park Georgetown Apartments managed by Van Metre Management
- The Springs owned by Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing and managed by SL Nusbaum
- Virginia Square Towers owned and managed by Dittmar Company
- Westmont Gardens owned and managed by E.G. Reinsch Companies
- WestView at Ballston Metro Condominiums
- Wildwood Park owned and managed by Dittmar Company
- Wildwood Towers owned and managed by Dittmar Company
Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) provides transportation expertise and services to businesses, residential communities, commercial properties and schools in Arlington County, Virginia. Since July 1998, ATP has assisted over 800 businesses, 300 residential communities, 41 schools, more than 43 hotels, and 80 site plan properties located in Arlington County to improve their transportation amenities and commuter benefits. Their innovative programs and expert knowledge base have made ATP the leading Transportation Demand Management (TDM) specialists in the country. ATP services and programs have significant impacts on commuting patterns, traffic congestion, personal health and air quality in Arlington County.
is a program that recognize businesses, residential properties, commercial properties and schools in Arlington County that show a commitment to encouraging the use of sustainable transportation modes such as public transit, ridesharing, biking and walking. Formerly called Workplace Commute Champions, Champions
began as a pilot for employers only in 2013, and officially launched in 2014. Today, more than 230 companies are enrolled including corporations, trade associations, governmental agencies and universities. For more info on Champions,