A digital display could be used to pursue the Local Amenities Display strategy if it is placed in a location visible to all regular occupants, highlights off-site amenities that are within 1/2 mile- (800-meter) walking distance of the building, includes the distances to said amenities, and allows occupants interactive opportunities to navigate to the amenities map from the home page/screen. Alternatively, projects may use a digital resource, such as a website or digital application, to achieve credit for alternative compliance.
- In order to qualify, the display must include amenities located outside of the building, as the intent is to encourage walkability and community engagement within the broader context of the project. However, the display may also include select amenities located within the building or project site.
- The display must indicate the distance to each amenity, but does not need to display the walking route from the building to the amenity, although some projects do include this additional information for wayfinding purposes.
- Distances must be displayed in physical distance, and not in walking/travel time, as the intent is to convey actual physical distance to improve likelihood of walking.