Member Spotlight: Go Lloyd
Updated: Mar 26, 2019
Go Lloyd was founded in 1994 as the Lloyd District Transportation Management Association, with the goal of bringing together employers, developers, property owners, and government agencies to address local transportation issues and foster economic development in the Lloyd neighborhood. In 2014, we refocused our mission and operations, and became Go Lloyd. Our new approach? Making every visit to Lloyd an extraordinary one, with safe, easy-to-use biking and walking amenities, efficient mass transit, easier parking, and less automobile traffic. These strategies open the neighborhood up to more visitors, allow businesses to thrive, and enrich the community as a whole.
Each of our programs supports our mission by empowering Lloyd’s residents and employees to stop driving alone.
Meter Revenue Reinvestment takes money spent on on-street parking and puts it toward projects that improve everyone’s access to transportation and reduce the need to drive alone.
Universal Pass allows Lloyd employers to offer every employee a steeply discounted annual transit pass.
The Go Lloyd Transportation Store sells transit fares and a selection of bike tools and accessories, and provides free resources to help people walking, biking, or using transit have a safer, more worry-free journey.
The Pedestrian Committee coordinates projects and events that focus on safe, healthy, walkable infrastructure.
The Bicycle Committee works to install and improve bike infrastructure and hosts free events that encourage people to bike.
Stay up to date on our committee activities and upcoming community events by visiting golloyd.org/events and following @GoLloydPDX on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.