Why Active Travel Matters

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, micromobility in the built environment is set to be one the leading topics as the real estate sector shifts to cater for these unprecedented times.

Addressing cyclists, scooter users, skateboarders, runners & walkers, adoption of CyclingScore will ensure the readiness of your workplaces and residential developments. Those assets with superior active commuter facilities will be sure to have their message heard over others via CyclingScore Certification.

Health & wellbeing in the built environment is rapidly becoming a necessity across the globe. The shift in the way people choose to commute means that commercial and residential buildings must provide more than just bike or scooter racks. Tenants and residents expect more, especially active commuters who cycle, scoot, run or walk from home to work. If your building fails to meet the demand for high-quality onsite micromobility facilities and services, it won’t be long before they start to look elsewhere for a more appropriate alternative.

CyclingScore Certification

We rate buildings according to an official set of standards that determine a building’s microbility friendliness.

CyclingScore Design Lab

The CyclingScore Design Lab is a scientific approach to designing and building the world’s best health and wellbeing facilities for the built environment.

A Trusted Partner

CyclingScore Certification rates the microbility friendliness of commercial and residential buildings based on an official set of standards. We use several metrics to determine the quality and efficiency of a building’s active travel amenities. These include facility quality, infrastructure and readiness. We also provide commercial landlords and property developers with official certification information and details about how they can improve and build upon their existing microbility facilities. CyclingScore aligns and benchmarks against other global accreditation schemes such as BREEAM, LEED, and local Borough guidance. CyclingScore co-founder James Nash is also a WELL movement advisor to the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). Through his work CyclingScore actively contributes to the expertise in cycling and active transportation to the advancement of the WELL Building Standard (WELL).