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Chiang Mai University’s free transportation

               Chiang Mai University provides a free shuttle service for staff and students to travel within the main campus (known as Suan Sak Campus), using battery-powered cars, buses, and vans. This is part of an environmental awareness campaign to encourage students and staff to use energy-saving vehicles. The aim of the service is to minimize the use of personal cars or motorcycles, which will in turn alleviate the traffic congestion within the university.

               Battery-powered cars:The battery-powered purple car service within the main campus operates seven days a week, 7 AM – 10 PM.The service between the main campus and the Suan Dawk campus (the Faculty of Medicine) operates seven days a week, 7 AM – 9:30 PM., 15 minutes frequency.The service between the main campus and the Mae Hea campus (the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Medicine and the Faculty of Agro-Industry) operates seven days a week, 7 AM – 8:30 PM., 30 minutes frequency.

               The CMU Mobile Application (CMU Mobile) can be downloaded now in order to access the location of the car and the expected time of arrival or Real Time Map Click here. You can follow us on our Facebook Fanpage.

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Battery-powered cars:

There are altogether sixty 12-seat battery-powered cars: six lines for the Suan Sak campus and one line for the Suan Dawk campus.

Last updated 4 Oct. 2017

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The shuttle bus service:

There are two 32-seat buses, operating on two lines.BUS LINE No. 1 connects the Suan Sak campus with the Suan Dawk campus and BUS LINE No. 2 connects the Suan Sak campus with the Mae Hea campus.

Last updated 4 Oct. 2017

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The van service:

The Van service which connects the Suan Sak campus with the Suan Dawk campus picks up from the Lanna Rice Research Center and drops off at the Faculty of Medicine.The Van service which connects the Suan Sak campus with the Mae Hea campus picks up from the main stop near the University front gate.

Last updated 4 Oct. 2017

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