Rolling out with Green Carpet Limousine in San Francisco, California

In the San Francisco ground transportation industry, one company is helping set the standard for reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Green Carpet Limousine is an alternative transportation service operating in the the Bay Area.
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May 4, 2011 - PRLog -- In the San Francisco ground transportation industry, one local company is helping set the standard for reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Green Carpet Limousine is an alternative luxury-transportation service operating throughout the entire Bay Area. Having now joined the ranks of local partners that are part of Green Path Transfers (, a new global environmentally friendly transfer service, Green Carpet Limousine is ready to deliver eco-friendly transfers to even larger numbers of passengers in the modern, comfortable and fuel-efficient cars.

“We are not simply the ‘green division’ of a large transportation company that wants to appear to be doing the right thing,” says Erin Shields, founder of the earth-conscious San Francisco car service. “We are committed to providing the most fuel-efficient vehicles available, while still creating a luxury experience. We believe that by combining first-class service with environmental responsibility, we have created the ultimate experience.”

Rolling Out the Green Carpet

From the start, the company has had the goal of reducing carbon emissions, explains Shields. “Green Carpet was started in September of 2007 from an observation I made that corporate travellers were not being offered an alternative and more conscious option for their transportation needs.”

Filling that void, Green Carpet Limousine launched with just one vehicle, but quickly expanded to three vehicles, enjoying a very favourable response throughout the local area despite the troubling economic climate. Today, the company has a steady stream of clients, including large corporate account holders and solo travellers who use the service for both work and pleasure.

Encouraging Eco-friendly Alternatives

Committed to providing an environmentally sound alternative to the traditional taxi service, Green Carpet Limousine owns and operates a fleet composed of cars capable of running on compressed natural gas and biodiesel.

Conserving energy through other smart-technology advances like regenerative breaking, Green Carpet’s Super Ultra Low-Emissions Vehicles like the Toyota Prius hybrid sedan and the luxury full-size Lexus RX 400, transport customers around town the responsible way, minimising toxic carbon emissions without sacrificing any of the comforts of luxury limo service. Travellers enjoy a smooth journey equipped with luxury amenities like satellite traffic information, GPS tracking and state-of-the-art sound systems.

“San Francisco is renowned for being at the forefront of environmental issues, and it’s great to have such a proactive, forward-thinking partner as Green Carpet Limo in such an important destination,” says Adrian Cordiner, CEO of Green Path Transfers.

For more about Green Carpet Limousine, or to book environmentally friendly transfers within San Francisco and elsewhere around the globe, visit Green Path Transfers (

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Green and friendly, Green Path Transfers is the new global airport and inter-city transfer service from the WHL Group. In keeping with a vision to build a sustainable tourism industry, Green Path Transfers will be the first global transfers company to offer 100% carbon offsetting. Green Path Transfers is unique in its ability to service destinations off-the-beaten-path, leveraging the WHL Group's network of local partners in over 100 countries.
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