TransitScreen Blog

NEW FEATURE: Badging

Posted by Team TransitScreen on Jan 25, 2017 10:51:27 AM

You've put a lot of work into choosing a great location for your building and getting it LEED certified — why not show it off?

 

TransitScreen for 1776 LEED platinum
An example TransitScreen for a LEED Platinum building with a walk score of 100.

 

Now, you'll have the option to add up to two badges to your screen, right under your property's logo, to proudly display your building's LEED certification, Walk Score, or Energy Star certification.

Everyone is already coming to your TransitScreen for information about live transit departures and, increasingly, messages about what's currently happening in your community. With this upgrade, you can also remind visitors and tenants about your sustainability efforts around the building itself, and help remind them to consider taking more sustainable actions.

 

1776 Logo with LEED platinum and 100 Walk Score
Badging up close.

 

We've launched with three badging options that highlight different aspects of building sustainability.

LEED certification, a program of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the most widely used third-party verification for green buildings. Around 1.85 million square feet of space are certified daily. Badging supports all four levels: Certified, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.

Walk Score, a product of Redfin, quantifies how easy it is to get places on foot from your address — something potential renters and homeowners alike take into consideration when searching for a place to live or work. If your building is a "Walker's Paradise" where you don't have to use a car for simple errands, people should know!

Energy Star for buildings, a program of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), benchmarks and measures the energy performance of buildings on an annual basis.

If you're interested in having this added to your TransitScreen, just let us know! Contact us today at support@transitscreen.com.

USGBC and the related logo are trademarks owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and are used with permission.

Topics: Product Updates