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Pebs14 what's in your neighbor's garage workshop

  1. 1. #PDXbizbikes Breakout Session #1 – South Room Workplace Bike Amenities: What’s inside the neighbor’s garage? This workshop will present the results of the BTA’s Bike Amenities Survey and give participants a snapshot of what different Portland Metro area workplaces are offering to employees to support bike commuting. Hear the stories from a few best in class examples.
  2. 2. 2014 Bicycle Amenities Survey Results
  3. 3. 200 workplaces surveyed
  4. 4. 39% 21% 17% 33% 10% 29% 31% 36% 2% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Racks inside building Racks in parking garage Racks under surveillance Racks outdoor/covered Indoor secure key card access Outdoor secure key card access Indoor storage without racks Storage in office/cublicles No provided option for bike parking Workplaces using specific types of bike storage
  5. 5. 52% 25% 53% 2% 2% 6% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Hoop or Staple racks Wave Racks Verticle Hanging racks Double Decker Racks Double Decker Atriculated I'm not sure What best describes the racks provided by your workplaces?
  6. 6. *Many provided by the BTA. 26.26% 73.74% Q9. Does your workplace offer bicycle commute workshops? Yes No
  7. 7. 15.84% 2.48% 81.68% Q 10. Does your workplace provide shared "company" bicycles? Yes For some departments No Most of the responses were indicating that only 1 or 2 company bikes were available. Some facilities had “coffee” bikes that were brought in by employees.
  8. 8. 21.72% 75.25% 3.03% Does your employer provide another type of bike commute benefit or reimbursement? Yes No I don't know Some incentives: -Dollar bonuses for each commute, -$250 for help in purchasing a bicycle. -Money for gear after 3 months of commuting -Money per mile -Yearly bonuses for commuting -Trimet passes -Not having to pay for parking
  9. 9. 9Wood Acumed Acumed LLC Ajinomoto Frozen Foods USA allied works architecture Analytical Laboratory & Consultants Autodesk Ball Janik LLP Beaumont Middle School-Portland Public Schools BIAMP Systems Biohabitats Birthingway College borders perrin norrander Bruce R Tabor CPA PC Bullseye Glass Company Burgerville Corporate Office Capital Pacific Bank cascade web development Central City Concern Cintas City of Ashland City of Beaverton City of Gresham City of Gresham City of Milwaukie City of Portland Planning and Sustainability City of Springfield Clearesult - Portland Office Clinicient CNSW communitecture ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING Conscious Box Contact Industries Inc Con-Way David Evans and Assicuates DKS Associates DTI Portland DWFritz Automation EarthShare Oregon EasyStreet Online Services, Inc. Ecotrust Ecova Elemental Technologies Elizabeth Leach Gallery EMSWCD Energy Trust of Oregon EVREN Northwest F&B Farms and Nursery FEI Company FHWA Nevada Division FINE First City Cycles Fiserv Fox Blue Printing & Graphics Free Geek Friends of Trees Garmin Garmin AT GBD Architcets GeoEngineers, Inc. Gerding Edlen Go Lloyd Green Building Services Green Building Services Green Dog Pet Supply Hacienda CDC Hahn and Associates, Inc. Hopworks Urban Brewery Huron Healthcare Hydra-Power Systems, Inc. Icebreaker Indian Health Service Instrument Integral Consulting Inc Jackson County Jama Software Janrain Janus Youth Porgrams JLA Public Involvement JLA Public Involvement Johnstone Supply Kaiser Permanente (Lloyd District location) Kaiser Permanente Northwest Kennedy/Jenks Consultants Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Knowledge Universe KPOV Lacrosse Footwear Inc (DANNER BOOTS) Lango Hansen Landscape Architects Leatherman Tool Group Ledding Library of Milwaukie Legacy Lewis & Clark College Linn-Benton Community College Literary Arts Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership LRS Architects Mahlum Architects (Portland office) MANVIL McDonald Jacobs, P.C. Medical Eye Center MEI-Charlton Mercy Corps Metro MotiveQuest Multnomah County (Multnomah Building) MWA Architects N. Clackamas DHS New Relic New Seasons Market Nike World Head Quarters Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
  10. 10. Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance NW Natural ODOT OHSU OHSU OHSU / Doernbecher Foundation (downtown location) OHSU Foundation OHSU- Market Square Bldg OMRI OpenSourcery Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Oregon Department of Justice Oregon Food Bank Oregon Historical Society Oregon Humane Society Oregon Screen Impressions Oregon State Hospital-Portland oregon state parks, portland office PacifiCorp Parametrix Peace Health Medical Center University District Pearl Izumi Factory Store Philadelphia Zoo Pivot Learning, LLC Plywerk PNW Research Station Pollinate Pomegranate Port of Portland Portland Art Museum Portland Children's Museum Portland State University Portland State University Portland State University-Regional Research Institute Portland Trail Blazers Portlands Vital Signs Providence Medical Group-South Providence Portland Medical Center Providence St Vincent Medical Center Puppet Labs rack attack Rebound Orthopedics Reed College REI POrtland Rejuvenation Renewable Northwest Research Into Action Ride Connection River City Bicycles Rohde & Schwarz Ron Russell Middle School Royal Caribbean RVCOG SERA Architects Showers Pass Shriners Hospitals for Children - Portland So Delicious Dairy Free Sokol & Foster South Salem Cycleworks Squishymedia Stand For Children State of Oregon-Portland State Stevens Integrated Solutions Stumptown Printers Sulzer The Boeing Company The Clymb The Oregon Community Foundation TRA, Inc. Transco Industries, Inc. transition projects inc TriLibrium Trillium Family Services TriMet University of Portland University of Portland URS corporation, Portland US District Court US Food and Drug Administration US Geological Survey Velotech Vernier Software Wallis Engineering WalmartLabs WebMD WHPacific Inc. Widmer Bros. Brewing Widmer Brothers Brewery Windsor Solutions, Inc. Works Partnership Architecture
  11. 11. Contact: Stephanie Noll, BTAOregon.org
  12. 12. Project overview May 16, 2014
  13. 13. Lloyd district aerial. SITE
  14. 14. A VIBRANT NEW NEIGHBORHOOD with nature on its doorstep.
  15. 15. 700 100 92 101 Aerial view looking southwest toward downtown. LLOYD CENTER TOWER 1,800 PEOPLE KAISER 1,200 PEOPLE LLOYD 700 1,100 PEOPLE LIBERTY CENTRE 1,200 PEOPLE OREGON SQUARE 530 PEOPLE STATE OFFICE BLDG 1,160 PEOPLE BPA COMPLEX 2,000 9,000 DAILY OFFICE OCCUPANTS
  16. 16. 657 FOR-RENT HOUSING UNITS 592,000 GROSS SQUARE FEET OF HOUSING 31,700 GROSS SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL 26,400 GROSS SQUARE FEET ANCHOR RETAIL TENANT 271,000 GROSS SQUARE FEET OF EXISTING OFFICE 1,200 UNDERGROUND PARKING STALLS
  17. 17. Aerial view looking northeast - before 700 100 92 101
  18. 18. Aerial view looking northeast. 700 100 92 101
  19. 19. Hassalo on Eighth ground floor plan.
  20. 20. Parking level 1
  21. 21. THANK YOU
  22. 22. Open Bike Initiative Sustainability in Action Program Portland Employers Bike Summit – May 2014
  23. 23. An ad-hoc project to design, pilot, and disseminate an open, low-cost, scalable bike share solution. http://openbikeinitiative.org/ 34

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