No, that’s not its age. That’s also not 50 miles or even kilometres an hour. Rather, just a few days ago the Green Path Transfers vision of competitively priced local transfer operators all across the globe committed to environmental sustainability, especially through the use of low-carbon-emission fuels or engines, surpassed 50 destinations in more than 30 countries.
Far from content to stop there, Green Path Transfers will continue to add scores more partners in the weeks and months ahead with the goal of being operational in 200 destinations just 12 months since it was launched in March 2011.
A Quality Alternative
As a new a new, global, eco-friendly airport transfer and ground transportation network, Green Path Transfers unifies existing local service-minded businesses around a goal to go ‘green’ and then plans to use that collective presence to raise the profile of earth-conscious transfer options worldwide.
By working with carefully selected partners that maintain top-quality fleets and assure comfort, quality and competency, Green Path Transfers also leaves tread marks on the notion that low-carbon-emissions vehicles running on alternative-fuel engine systems can’t deliver a level of price and service comparable with that of non-green options.
Some of the green technology currently in use by Green Path Transfers partners includes:
* vehicles powered by recycled vegetable oil (Portland, Oregon; San Diego, California);
* engines running on renewable, non-toxic and all-natural fuels like biodiesel and ethanol (Vail Valley, Colorado; Denver, Colorado; Costa Rica)
* Ultra-Low and Super Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicles (ULEVs and SULEVs) and alternative-fuel cars using compressed natural gas (CNG) (Los Angeles, California; San Francisco, California; Santa Marta, Colombia)
* hybrids (Burlington, Vermont; Toronto, Canada; Barcelona, Spain)