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1 Pilot Credit 13: Bicycle Network, Storage, and Shower Rooms Applicable Rating Systems >> Requirements >> Submittals >> Additional Questions >> Background Information >> Changes >> Applicable Rating Systems This credit is available for pilot testing by the following LEED project types: All Building Design & Construction rating systems, with unique requirements below for: o o o Schools Retail-NC Healthcare All Interior Design & Construction rating systems Intent To promote bicycling and transportation efficiency and reduce vehicle miles traveled (VMT). To improve public health by encouraging utilitarian and recreational physical activity. Requirements Building Design & Construction, excluding Schools, Retail-NC, and Healthcare BICYCLE NETWORK Design or locate the project such that the building entrance and/or bicycle storage is within a 200-yard walk distance from at least one of the following: a. An existing bicycle network 1 at least 5 continuous miles in length. b. If the project is 100% residential, an existing bicycle network that connects to a school or employment center 2 within 3 miles bicycling distance; or 1 a continuous network consisting of any combination of physically designated on-street bicycle lanes at least 5 feet wide off-street bicycle paths or trails constructed before 2010 that are at least 8 feet wide for a two-way path and at least 5 feet wide for a one-way path off-street bicycle paths or trails constructed in or after 2010 that are at least 10 feet wide for a twoway path and at least 5 feet wide for a one-way path residential streets designed for a target speed of 25 miles per hour or slower commercial or mixed-use streets designed for a target speed of 30 miles per hour or slower Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

2 c. An existing bicycle network that connects to at least 10 diverse uses (see Appendix 1 below) within 3 miles bicycling distance from the project boundary. If the network borders the project boundary, a safe, all-weather route must exist between the bicycle network and the project s bicycle storage and/or main entrance. Planned and funded bicycle trails or lanes may be counted if they are funded and designated for completion within the fiscal year that the constructing organization finalizes the plans. AND BICYCLE STORAGE AND SHOWER ROOMS CASE 1. Commercial or Institutional Projects Provide secure, enclosed bicycle storage space for 5% or more of all building users (measured at peak periods). Provide at least one on-site shower with changing facility for the first 100 full-time equivalent (FTE) occupants and one additional shower for every 200 FTE occupants thereafter. CASE 2. Residential Projects Provide secure, enclosed bicycle storage space for 30% of all building users (measured at peak periods), but no less than one storage space per unit. BOTH CASES Bicycle parking and storage areas must: 1. Be locked, located inside or within 100 feet of a building entry, and easily accessible to employees, residents, and/or visitors. 2. Be safe, served with night lighting, and protected from damage by nearby vehicles. 3. Not block the pedestrian path of travel or inhibit universal accessibility. 4. Have the following physical construction qualities: a. Securely anchored to the ground, floor, or wall b. Have a two-point support system for the bicycle c. Allow for the bicycle frame and one wheel to be locked with a U-lock d. Be accessible without moving another bicycle. Provide informational signage on using the storage facilities. Bicycle storage capacity may not be double counted; storage that is fully allocated to the occupants of non-project facilities cannot also serve project occupants. 2 a nonresidential area of at least 5 acres with a job density of at least 50 employees per net acre Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

3 Core and Shell projects should refer to Appendix 2, Default Occupancy Counts (below), for occupancy count requirements and guidance. Schools only BICYCLE NETWORK Design or locate the project such that the building entrance and/or bicycle storage is within a 200-yard walking distance from at least one of the following: 1. an existing bicycle network of at least 5 continuous miles in length; or 2. an existing bicycle network that connects to at least 10 diverse uses (see Appendix 1) within 3 miles bicycling distance from the project boundary. Provide dedicated bicycle lanes that extend at least to the end of the school property in two or more directions with no barriers (e.g., fences) on school property. Planned and funded bicycle trails or lanes may be counted if they are funded and designated for completion within the fiscal year that the constructing organization finalizes the plans. AND BICYCLE STORAGE AND SHOWER ROOMS Provide secure, enclosed bicycle storage space for 5% or more of all building staff and students above grade level 3 (measured at peak periods). Provide at least one on-site shower with changing facility for the first 100 full-time equivalents (FTE) staff and one additional shower for every 200 FTE staff thereafter. Bicycle parking and storage must: 1. Be locked, located inside or within 100 feet of a building entry, and easily accessible to employees, residents, and/or visitors. 2. Be safe, clearly visible from a main entry, served with night lighting, and protected from damage by nearby vehicles. 3. Not block the pedestrian path of travel or inhibit universal accessibility. 4. Have the following physical construction qualities: a. Securely anchored to the ground, floor, or wall b. Have a two-point support system for the bicycle c. Allow for the bicycle frame and one wheel to be locked with a U-lock d. Be accessible without moving another bicycle. Provide informational signage on using the storage facilities. Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

4 Bicycle storage capacity may not be double counted; storage that is fully allocated to the occupants of non-project facilities cannot also serve project occupants. Retail-NC only Meet the requirements for BD&C, providing bicycle storage and changing rooms for the same percentage of retail employees as is provided for all building occupants in BD&C. AND Provide a bicycle maintenance program or route assistance. Any maintenance program must be intended for employees and may include coupons for yearly bicycle tune-ups for those who ride to work or on-site supplies for basic self-repairs (e.g., tire pump, patch kit). Route assistance must be intended for employees and customers and may include a map indentifying bicycle routes to the project site, posted on the property in a location that is easily accessible to employees and customers; the map could also be posted online. FOR PROJECTS THAT ARE PART OF A MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT If bicycle racks or storage has been provided by the development in which the project is located, determine the number of bicycle storage spaces that may be attributed to the project by dividing the square footage of the retail project by the total square footage of the development (buildings only), and multiplying the percentage result by the total number of bicycle storage spaces. If this number does not meet the credit requirement, the project must add additional spaces. Healthcare only CASE 1. Commercial or Institutional Projects Provide secure, enclosed bicycle storage space for 5% or more of full time equivalent (FTE) staff (measured at peak periods). Provide at least one on-site shower with changing facility for the first 100 FTE occupants and one additional shower for every 200 FTE occupants thereafter. CASE 2. Residential Projects Provide at least one secure, enclosed bicycle storage space per occupant for 30% of all building users (measured at peak periods).but no less than one storage space per unit. BOTH CASES Bicycle parking and storage must: Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

5 1. Be locked, located inside or within 100 feet of a building entry, and easily accessible to employees, residents, and/or visitors. 2. Be safe, clearly visible from a main entry, served with night lighting, and protected from damage by nearby vehicles. 3. Not block the pedestrian path of travel or inhibit universal accessibility. 4. Have the following physical construction qualities: a. Securely anchored to the ground, floor, or wall b. Have a two-point support system for the bicycle c. Allow for the bicycle frame and one wheel to be locked with a U-lock d. Be accessible without moving another bicycle. Provide informational signage on using the storage facilities. Bicycle storage capacity may not be double counted; storage that is fully allocated to the occupants of non-project facilities cannot also serve project occupants. Credit Submittals General: 1. Register for Pilot Credit(s) here. 2. Register a username at LEEDuser.com, and participate in online forum 3. Submit feedback survey; supply PDF of your survey/confirmation of completion with credit documentation Credit Specific: 1. A map with project boundary, bicycle route from the boundary to existing bicycle network, and one of the following: a. A bicycle network of at least 5 miles in length (label each segment of network according to bicycle network definition) b. Existing network routes to school and/or an employment center (label each segment of network according to bicycle network definition) c. Routes to at least 10 diverse uses, including use identification (label each segment of network according to bicycle network definition and show distances to each use). 2. For planned and funded bicycle networks, documentation of committed funding from one of the following: a. Metropolitan planning organization improvement program b. Locality capital improvement program (or similar) c. Developer contribution bonded or otherwise secured per local government approval. 3. For Case 1: Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

6 a. Indication of the total number of compliant bicycle racks and/or storage spaces, the peak building users (FTE + Peak Transients), and percent of building users with secure bicycle racks and/or storage spaces b. Indication of the total number of complaint showers and/or changing facilities and FTE (does not include residents) 4. For Case 2: Indication of the total covered bicycle storage capacity, total residents, and percent of residents with covered bicycle storage 5. A site plan identifying the location of the bicycle racks and/or storage facilities, and the shower/changing facilities for non-residential spaces 6. Documentation showing that the storage has the specified construction qualities Additional Questions 1. From your perspective as a LEED project team member, does the additional requirement for bicycle network proximity offer more assurance that building occupants will bike to and from the project? Why or why not? 2. Do you believe that the 200 yard walking distance between the network and the building entrance is appropriate, too strict, or too lenient? Why or why not? Background Information This pilot credit is an evolution of the current credit in the LEED 2009 rating systems. The most notable difference is the new requirement for proximity to a bicycle network, one that is largely taken from LEED for Neighborhood Development with slight modifications for a single-building context. The Location and Planning Technical Advisory Group (LP TAG) believes that only providing bicycle storage and changing rooms does not completely ensure the environmental benefits of reduced automobile use and increased bicycle use. Building occupants will have greater incentive to take bicycles to and from the project if the project is close to accommodating routes, thus the addition of the bicycle network requirement. With a higher likelihood of occupant bicycle use comes a higher likelihood of reduced vehicle miles traveled and increased occupant physical activity. Within the storage and changing room portion of the credit, the storage requirement thresholds are essentially twice that of the proposed new prerequisite on bicycle storage in the draft LEED 2012 documents. (Please visit to view these documents.) Additionally, the credit now explicitly prohibits the double counting of bicycle storage (instances in which storage in a non-project facility is already allocated to that facility s occupants). Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

7 Appendix 1: Diverse Uses Food Retail Supermarket Other food store with produce Community-Serving Retail Clothing store or department store selling clothes Convenience store Farmer s market Hardware store Pharmacy Other retail Services Bank Gym, health club, exercise studio Hair care Laundry, dry cleaner Restaurant, café, diner (excluding establishments with only drive-throughs) Civic and Community Facilities Adult or senior care (licensed) Child care (licensed) Community or recreation center Cultural arts facility (museum, performing arts) Educational facility (including K 12 school, university, adult education center, vocational school, community college) Family entertainment venue (theater, sports) Government office that serves public on-site Place of worship Medical clinic or office that treats patients Police or fire station Post office Public library Public park Social services center Adapted from Criterion Planners, INDEX neighborhood completeness indicator, Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

8 Appendix 2: Default Occupancy Counts Because of the speculative nature of core and shell construction, a project team may not know the final occupant count during the LEED certification process. Determining and demonstrating compliance with some LEED credits can prove challenging and complex. For projects that do not know the final occupant count, a default table has been developed. Core & Shell projects that do not have final occupancy counts must utilize the default occupancy counts provided in this appendix. Projects that know the tenant occupancy must use the actual numbers, as long as the gross square foot per employee is not greater than that in the default occupancy count table. If code requirements is required gross square foot per occupant is less than those in the table, this is also acceptable. Default occupancy counts are provided for typical core and shell project types. If the buildings and circumstances are not covered in this appendix, provide documentation for comparable buildings demonstrating average gross square foot per occupant when estimating the core and shell s building occupancy. Table 1. Default Occupancy Numbers Gross Square Feet per Occupant Employees Transients General office Retail, general Retail or service (e.g., financial, auto) Restaurant Grocery store Medical office R&D or laboratory Warehouse, distribution 2,500 0 Warehouse, storage 20,000 0 Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

9 Hotel 1, Educational, daycare Educational, K 12 1, Educational, postsecondary 2, Sources: ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard (Atlanta, GA, 2004) Uniform Plumbing Code (Los Angeles, CA) California Public Utilities Commission, Database for Energy Efficiency Resources (DEER) Update Study (2008). California State University, Capital Planning, Design and Construction Section VI, Standards for Campus Development Programs ( Long Beach, CA, 2002). City of Boulder Planning Department, Projecting Future Employment How Much Space per Person (Boulder, 2002). Metro, 1999 Employment Density Study (Portland, OR 1999). American Hotel and Lodging Association, Lodging Industry Profile Washington, DC, LEED for Core & Shell Core Committee, personal communication ( ). LEED for Retail Core Committee, personal communication (2007) OWP/P, Medical Office Building Project Averages (Chicago, 2008). OWP/P, University Master Plan Projects (Chicago, 2008). U.S. General Services Administration, Childcare Center Design Guide (Washington, DC,2003). Changes Changes made for 2 nd Public Comment (08/01/2011): Credit name is changed ( Shower Rooms instead of Changing Rooms ) Credit intent is revised Bicycle storage in resident projects requires no less than on storage space per unit Construction qualities of the parking and storage spaces has specific construction quality requirements Retail-NC and Healthcare are added Posted November 2010 Updated 8/1/ of 9

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