Making cities sustainable means creating career and business opportunities, safe and affordable housing, and building resilient societies and economies. It involves investment in public transport, creating green public spaces, and improving urban planning and management in participatory and inclusive ways.
Having been a white elephant for many years, the unused monorail tracks around Bandar Sunway have been given a new lease of life with the construction of a covered pedestrian walkway on top of the structure. The first phase of the 1.045km walkway, which connects Sunway Pyramid shopping mall to Sunway University was completed in November 2010. The second phase of the project connects Sunway University to Monash University.
In a joint effort between Facilities Services (FSD) and Information Technology Services (ITS) Departments of Sunway University, this car-pooling application was developed to connect potential car poolers among staff. It is hoped that this application will help in sustainability efforts to reduce carbon emission and petrol consumptions in general.
Covered walkway that run between two or more buildings will help students and staff convenience to walk around building and access to all facilities within campus. Health and safety is a promising issue for pedestrian design and construction. Design criteria for pedestrian path including with physically and functionally comfortable