Creating People Centric Ecomobility Recreational Park giving Preference to Sustainable Transport Options (PJ-EcoMobility).
The primary objective of the project is to re-establish the meaning of Good Mobility by Creating People
Centric Ecomobility Recreational Park giving Preference to Sustainable Transport Options. This
project will raise the awareness and build capacity of various categories of urban Malaysians to
assess their respective energy usage for transport in order to motivate them to reduce their use of
transport to sustainable levels, thereby also lowering their greenhouse gas [GHG] emissions and their
climate change carbon footprints. It is important that this message be brought to adults as well as
It will complement and supplement some of the work of the Ministry of Transport, as well as Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, and to some extent, the Ministry of Energy, Water and
Communications, the Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA Malaysia) and the Energy
Commission (ST).
The project activities include the following:
A.1 Meetings/follow-up with stakeholders (incl. MBPJ)
Follow-up meetings will then be organised to facilitate discussions between the City Council (MBPJ)
and the Taman Jaya Recreational Park users, Section 10 residents, Businesses, etc.
B.1 Recruiting project staff
B.2.Design survey, posters, pamphlets, t-shirts
A survey form will be designed to assess the level of park usage by residents of surrounding housing
areas and also on understanding of EcoMobility.
B.3.Printing survey, posters, banners, pamphlets, t-shirts
Survey form, posters, banners and pamphlets will be produced in Bahasa Malaysia and English.
B.4 Survey park usage, EcoMobility awareness
A series of surveys will be carried out with park users and residents of nearby housing areas to gauge
the utilisation of the recreational park and the understanding of EcoMobility.
B.5 Briefings with stakeholders
Awareness briefings on EcoMobility will be given to Taman Jaya Recreational Park users, residents,
business operators and those associated to the existing public facilities.
B.6 Distribute posters, pamphlets, t-shirts etc.
C.1 Redesign EcoMobility Recreation Park
CETDEM will work with MPBJ to redesign the current recreational part to incorporate EcoMobility
features both on land and for the lake.
C.2 Landscaping the EcoMobility Recreation Park
Major landscaping will be done and handled by MBPJ.
C.3 Evaluating equipment for the park
CETDEM and MBPJ will evaluate various EcoMobility equipment. Some of the equipment we are
looking into may have to be designed and manufactured from scratch.
C.4 Preparation, submission of mid-term report
C.5 Purchase and installing equipment in the park
D.1 Follow-up survey
Towards the end of the project, CETDEM will carry out another series of surveys to assess any
changes in the utilisation of the EcoMobility Recreational Park and any improvement in the
understanding of EcoMobility.
D.2 Official Opening of the EcoMobility Recreational Park and 1-day EcoMobility Conference.
D.3 Report design, layout, publishing findings, recommendations, & submission.
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Project Snapshot

Centre for Environment, Technology and Development
Area Of Work:
Climate Change Mitigation
Grant Amount:
US$ 50,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 50,000.00
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 81,667.00
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Policy Impact
A documentation of the lessons learned, experiences gained, pitfalls to avoid, barriers to overcome and best practises for replication, up-scaling and mainstreaming will also be produced and disseminated to the key decision makers at all levels. The cumulative results and recommendations will be collated into a report which will be available to project participants, and also to the relevant NGOs, CBOs, collaborating enterprises, mass media, influential individuals and government ministries and agencies.
Notable Community Participation
CETDEM will be working with different collaborating parties: a. MBPJ, the Local Authority; b. The users of the Taman Jaya Recreational Park; c. Residents nearby to Taman Jaya Recreational Park; d. People associated to the existing public facilities. d. Business operators and Corporate partners. Direct beneficiaries to these activities would be: Members of the local communities, NGOs, CBOs and the general public; Selected managers and staff from various commercial and industrial entities; Selected government officials from Federal, State and Local Authorities;