The way guests experience hotels will be very different as we adjust our operations to the new normal. Changes to operations have particularly hit full-service hotels harder where personalized service, amenities, full-service restaurants and banquet/meeting space have long been part of the draw. Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) has a few key strategies for Arlington hotels to maximize their revenue through various transportation options.
The pandemic is halting businesses around the world and impacting the workforce in Arlington County. See the latest updates to ensure business continuity and follow transit service changes for essential employees.
This is the sixth consecutive year that Courtland Towers (Dittmar Company) is participating in Arlington Transportation Partners’ (ATP) Champions program. Courtland Towers and ATP have a strong relationship that helps them retain current residents and attract new residents to their property.
If your organization—like many others—has recognized the benefits of telework over the past few months, you may be thinking about formalizing a telework program for the long haul. Now is the perfect time because your company can save up to $10,000 thanks to a special incentive for companies formalizing a telework program.
Arlington, Virginia shines because of the wonderful residents, employees, and visitors who spend time here. Be part of what makes Arlington great and let the County know about improvements that could be made. Did you notice a large pothole in the road while bicycling home? While walking from the grocery store, did you experience an intersection that didn’t accommodate you with your shopping? If so, be part of the solution and use the tools below.
On March 23, Virginia governor Ralph Northam , who ordered the closure of non-essential retail businesses to reduce the spread of COVID-19 advised Virginia employers to maximize teleworking as much as possible, in accordance with CDC recommendations. Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) conducted a survey of 84 local employers, representing over 8,000 employees working in Arlington to learn more about the local business community’s rapid transition to a remote workforce.