What started as a humble effort to reduce the number of cars on the road, ecoShuttle launched in 2007 with the vision of decreasing the volume of one passenger vehicles and improving the travel experience of local professionals, social festivities, outdoor adventures, wine tours, and weddings.
A family owned and operated company in Portland, ecoShuttle has “found a niche”, according to owner, Jesse Yun, in that the company easily accommodates a travel group that ranges from 15 to 25 passengers—something other transportation companies with large capacity vehicles cannot. Many ecoShuttle clients including Nike and Intel, seek and value efficiency, making their midrange transportation options ideal.
“People don’t want empty space and un-taken seats when they are traveling. The comradery, whether the group be professional or social, is just not the same, and more importantly, waste contradicts the goals and values of our company and many of our clients, particularly because ecoShuttle offers an alternative to unnecessarily large or expensive transportation services at a competitive or better cost” said owner, Jesse Yun. ecoSchuttle strives to be completely carbon-free by 2020.
As the year comes to an end, many companies and individuals are looking for ways to proactively help protect the environment as a goal for 2016. So whether you’re shuttling relatives to the airport, looking for an inexpensive way to safely travel with friends between holiday parties, or evaluating your business’ travel budget, we invite you to learn about the green and cost effective transportation options at ecoShuttle.
October 29th, teams of volunteers hit the streets and visited the Beaverton Downtown Association boundary businesses, Beaverton Town Square, Cedar Hills Crossing, Progress Ridge and Timberland communities to take a pulse on the retail segment of our local economy. Community Report 2015