The Pittsburgh 2030 District: A Summary
The Pittsburgh 2030 District, presented by Siemens and sponsored by Covestro, is an internationally recognized, locally driven initiative that supports building owners and managers as they strive toward 50% reductions in energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions by 2030, while improving indoor air quality. The District connects 102 Property Partners with 43 Community and Resource Partners, driving industry-leading performance through peer-to-peer learning, technical trainings, and data benchmarking. The District leads all 19 international 2030 Districts with 81.7 million square feet committed, and has collectively saved $85.4M in energy and water costs since 2012, while avoiding 434,400 metric tons of CO2e.1 The Pittsburgh 2030 District is a private-public-nonprofit partnership facilitated by Green Building Alliance (GBA).
About the Make My Trip Count Regional Commuter Survey:
Created by Green Building Alliance in partnership with the region’s major transportation authorities, Make My Trip Count (MMTC) measures traditional transit modes like personal vehicles, light rail, and buses, in addition to ridesharing (such as Uber and Lyft), electric vehicles, and bike share users.
The survey on MakeMyTripcount.org takes 5 to 10 minutes, and the results will inform critical transportation and infrastructure decisions throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. The survey is accepting responses from September 10, 2018 - October 12, 2018.