Posted Apr 11, 2012 09:29 pm CDT
A combination of transit benefits, a lack of free automobile parking and participation by workers helped a well-known Portland, Ore., law firm lead the list of the city’s top 25 “low-car” companies, in a three-way tie for the most points scored (210 out of a possible 250).
Exactly what the 400-attorney western regional business powerhouse did to come out on top is detailed on a chart posted on Portland Afoot website.
However, one plus for Stoel Rives is its bike parking; a photo of this perk is featured in a Bike Portland post about the rankings.
The Portland Business Journal also has a story.