The university has adopted a set of transporation policies (click here for more details) that were designed to curtail the use of motor vehicles on campus, ensuring a secure and conducive learning environment. These policies align with government vehicle usage guidelines and encompass:
Developing and executing a standardized transportation program for practical courses' students in collaboration with professors and faculty deans.
Meeting internal and external transportation needs for the university community.
Active participation in local community initiatives, election campaigns, and national events.
Ensuring the university's vehicles remain operational through preventive and corrective maintenance, as well as vehicle cleaning and refueling.
Providing maintenance services for King Abdulla University Hospital (KAUH's) vehicles.
Offering training to Mechanical Engineering students in the Automotive Maintenance Division.
Conducting internal competency exams for university vehicle drivers.
JUST has implemented a comprehensive set of policies (Procedures for A Green Campus Innitiatives) designed to
promote sustainability and reduce environmental impact in various aspects of
transportation and vehicle maintenance. For more information, please click here.
Transportation Initiatives To Decrease Private Vehicle Use on Campus.
Transportation Initiatives To Decrease Private Vehicle Use Off-Campus.
Utilize mass transportation of students to field training off-campus. For more information, please click here.
group trips to minimize operational costs.
the transport fleet and phasing out old, large-engine vehicles.
a vehicle tracking system (GPS) to manage the fleet efficiently.
The University encourages cycling by giving
permissions to employees and students to bring their bikes to university. For more information, please click here.
The university is cyclist and pedestrian friendly.
The university roads have
vehicle-free paths for cyclists and pedestrians.
There are cycle racks in different areas on campus.
Zero Emission Vehicle Use.
The university has started to using zero emission full electrical cars. For more information, please click here.
Most of university employees have zero emission cars.
University offers to charge the electrical cars for free to
encourage employees to use the electrical cars inside the university.
The university vehicles are scheduled for preventive maintenance operations twice a year to enhance vehicle
performance and reduce emissions. For more information, please click here.
The University is collaborating
with the Jordanian Society for Environmental Protection to safely dispose
of waste oils, and old car battries.