As a sustainable-led university, UKM provides a number of sustainability commuting facilities within its compound. This is to accommodate the UKM community and reduce the need for commuting using vehicles such as car and motorcycle, which in turn would help to reduce the amount of carbon footprints. In addition, the sustainable commuting facilities offered by UKM is considering the user with disabilities. The facilities are shown as below:


UKM also provides zero-emission transportation facilities to students with 130 electric bicycles that can be accessed through 30 bicycle stations within the campus area.

Shuttle Services

There are 19 shuttle buses provided in UKM for students and staffs, as an iniatitive to reduce the number of invididual vehicles in campus.

Shuttle Bus UKM

Pendeta Za’ba College

Keris Mas College

UKM Commuter Station

from Pavillion Gate

from Main Gate

Hydrogen Car Fuel Cell Vehicles

UKM is in the progress to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by installing a Solar Photovoltaic Panel on 50 campus buildings through the UKM Solar project will involved an investment of RM 24 million. Alongside, UKM have a collaboration project with Petronas on a Sustainable Hydrogen Energy project.

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Buggy ride facilities in UKM

Electrical vehicle to reduce carbon emission use buggy ride facilities in UKM.

Pedestrian Pathway

  1. Separator between road for vehicle and pedestrian path.
  2. Main area for pedestrians has a covered walkway such as at Jalan Canselori
  3. Street lamps for pedestrians at night. UKM bangi has more than 2000  street lamps

Zebra Crossing

A pedestrian crossing is a facility designated for pedestrians to cross a road in groups, so that they can be seen by the
motorists. Pedestrian crossing is also used by them to cross safely across a flow of vehicular traffic. However, accidents still
occur among pedestrians even though there are provisions for pedestrian crossing facilities. The purpose of this research is
to identify the level of motorists’ compliance towards pedestrian crossing at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) which
is located in Bangi, Selangor