Measuring Commuting Impact for Sustainability and Compliance (Without the Headache)

Apr 6, 2022

Zoë Randolph

Content Strategist

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For years, companies and commercial real estate developers have tracked the environmental impact of facilities, company vehicles, and energy usage.

But another factor has become increasingly relevant: commuting. 

Employee and tenant commutes are a major contributing factor to sustainability and compliance metrics. It matters how people travel and how far they come. 

Static surveys and manual models are a fine place to start, but the only way to accurately measure the impact of commuting is to streamline the way you collect, analyze, and report on commutes. 

Most companies prioritize better commute impact measurement for one of three reasons:

  1. To hit internal sustainability goals

  2. To reach certification requirements

  3. To meet compliance requirements for regional regulation 

In this eBook, we’ll cover the ins and outs of each, as well as what CRE and companies can do to better track and measure the impact of their commuters in order to meet their sustainability and compliance goals.


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Better commuting starts here.

Better commuting starts here.

Better commuting starts here.