The King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has set an organizational management policy to encourage students and staff to use public transportation as a shuttle van project, which is provided by the institute. They run regularly for free with 9 trips per day service around the institute, to promote public transport as an energy-saving campaign. In the future, this project will lead to the electric shuttle bus project.
KMITL Bike is an eco-friendly project that allows students to borrow bicycles for traveling within the campus, thanks to the collaboration of the Faculty of Architecture, International College, KMITL Research and Innovation Services, and L.A. Bicycle (Thailand) Co., Ltd. The project’s bicycle ‘T-BIKE’ was designed by Mr. Pawin Rutkiatkamchon, a lecturer of the Department of Industrial Arts, Faculty of Architecture, and the mobile application that was developed by faculty members and students of the International College under the ‘Bike Sharing for Green University’ concept. This project aims to reduce the use of personal vehicles that cause air pollution as well as encourage personnel and students to enjoy biking for exercise. With 15 service points available around the campus, KMITL also introduces the KMITL Bike application which compatible with both iOS and Android operating systems.