As a means to reduce the carbon dioxide emission into the atmosphere, decrease traffic on campus, and promote a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle for students, the university has joined hands with “Pun Pun”, Bangkok’s first bicycle sharing system, to encourage cycling on campus. Students who would like to help lessen the amount of CO2 released into the air can register online, present their identification card, and then pick up the CU Bike card to access the bikes and ride them on campus.
The CU Bike campaign is now open for environmentally conscious students to register and get access to bikes they can ride on campus. The process includes just three easy steps:
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