We have received a list of the LEED qualifications our architects will be attempting. Here's one of them:
To get points for promoting alternative transportation
(basically anything but automobiles, and I guess personal jets), LEED requires that there be secure bicycle racks
for 5% o more of all building users. Two bike racks will be installed at the new building to meet that quota.
Points are also awarded for providing preferred parking for low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles
for 5% o the total vehicle parking capacity of the site. After the required handicapped spaces, the parking stalls closest to the building entrances will be reserved for fuel-efficient vehicles. (Has anybody ever seen something like this? It will be interesting to see how it works out...)