• Safe City Initiative
In 2001, Sunway launched the Safe City Initiative in partnership with the Royal Malaysian Police, Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) and the state of Selangor. • Green Initiatives
Sponsored two units of vans at RM280,000 serving as mobile police stations in Bandar Sunway. Sunway will invest an additional RM3 million to construct a new police station within Sunway Resort City.
Construction of the first Selangor Tourist Police Service Centre in Sunway Pyramid to provide tourists safety advice and solutions.
Sunway Pyramid is the first shopping mall in Malaysia to equip its mall with panic buttons to combat crime.
Sunway conducts 24-hour joint patrols alongside the Royal Malaysian Police in SRC which is also surveilled by more than 2,400 CCTVs.
Sunway has its own security force comprising 800 personnel, 350 of whom are Auxiliary Police (AP) who have completed intensive training at the Malaysian Police Training centre. Sunway has one of the largest contingents of AP in Malaysia.
SRC was acknowledged as the country’s first green township as recognised by Green Building Index of Malaysia.
Sunway reinvested some RM5 million to undertake landscaping and beautification works around SRC.
In 2009, Sunway launched a styrofoam-free initiative in Sunway-owned cafeterias within SRC. Today, Sunway Medical Centre, Sunway University, Monash University Malaysia, Sunway Lagoon Club, Menara Sunway, and Sunway Lagoon’s staff cafeteria have implemented this green initiative.
More than 500,000kg of recyclable waste is recycled in SRC each year since the commencement of the recycling programme in 2003 to cultivate a recycling culture among the staff.
• Enhancing Accessibility and Connectivity
Sunway builds Malaysia’s first dedicated and elevated Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT-Sunway Line), a public-private partnership between Prasarana Malaysia Berhad and Sunway. By early June this year, the 5.4km BRT-Sunway Line will provide access and convenience for approximately 500,000 commuters around Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya and USJ.
The RM10 million elevated covered Canopy Walk that links Sunway Pyramid, Sunway University and Monash University Malaysia provides easy access to the community via the 2km walkway. It is patrolled by Sunway’s security personnel and guarded by a total of 35 CCTVs.
Sunway pledged more than RM200 million to carry out road and infrastructure upgrading works.
In 2015, the RM40 million link to KESAS highway built to facilitate direct access in and out of Sunway South Quay was completed. The ingress into Sunway South Quay will be opened in conjunction with the launching of the BRT-Sunway Line.
In addition to the RM40 million link, an elevated road linking Sunway South Quay to the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) will be built and is targeted to commence by 2017.
The expansion of the road along NPE from Sunway Pyramid leading up to Persiaran Kewajipan junction commenced in 2013 and is targeted to complete by this year. The widened NPE road, partially completed from the junction of Jalan SS13/3 to the Kewajipan Roundabout, was opened for public use in November 2014.