Sustainable transport planning at Taylor’s University aims to reduce the number of cars on the road. This involves three main strategies: mobility options, connectivity and land use patterns.
Connectivity indicates the commitment of financial resources to develop and build infrastructure such as roads, pathways and bridges that facilitate sustainable transportation within the campus.
This includes ensuring free-flowing unobstructed access for pedestrians – ideal for bicycles and skaters as well. Some initiatives that are supported by this policy include:
Taylor’s University strives to sustain the natural environment while building, maintaining & operating our various Academic, Administrative, Research, Labs, Hostels and Recreational space in our Campus.READ MORE
A large expenditure of time, money and energy routinely goes into the preparation of food for the Campus community. This area of campus operations consumes a significant portion of resources and generates large volumes of wastes.READ MORE
The magnificent setting of Taylor’s University Campus provides an excellent opportunity to manage both undeveloped and developed land holdings while providing an education to thousands of students housed on or commuting regularly to the Campus.READ MORE