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  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Kajang is located in Hulu Langat District, in Selangor. The first settlement in Kajang was established in 1709. In 1807, Kajang was founded after the Klang War. The current locational gravity of growth in Kajang would be Sungai Chua. The total population of Kajang has grown rapidly in the past few years, with estimated population growth of 9% per annum. As of 2004, a few townships have been developed in Kajang, such as Taman Prima Saujana (straight from Jalan Cheras), Sungai Chua, Taman Kajang Perdana (Kajang Highlands). Areas surrounding these new townships are easily accessible via the SILK Expressway .
  3. 3. Kajang City has an outer ring road highway, SILK Highway.
  4. 4. From 2004, a few townships have been developed in Kajang, such as Taman Prima Saujana(straight from Jalan Cheras), Taman Kajang Perdana (Kajang Highlands) and TamanSepakat Indah I & II (Sungai Chua). Lately, many high-end developments has mushroomedin Kajang such as Twin Palms, Sri Banyan, Country Heights, Jade Hills and PrimaParamount.
  5. 5. Existing Condition of KajangKajang as one area in Selangor has developed the region with provides a facility which has characteristic it self with sufficient land use. Developing Kajang city has marked by arranging city pattern which marked by highways network development for vehicles, residential, offices and another facility like a commercial area.but it has following problem. A congested town with traffic jams in peak hours Comprised of majority of immigrants (legal and illegal) The downtown is a breeding ground for rats and other pesticides High criminal rate Air pollution in downtown
  6. 6. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability RESIDENTIAL AREAThere are some older districts inside the city, which suffers from many problem .
  7. 7. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability TRANSPORTATIONBus ServicesUnreliable and poor quality of bus services.weakness and lack of bus services at particularly outside peak hours
  8. 8. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability TRANSPORTATIONKTM KAJANG STATION
  9. 9. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability TRANSPORTATIONNO PEDESTRIAN CROSS OVER
  10. 10. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability ENVIRONMENTWASTE WATER SYSTEM
  11. 11. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability Green areaKAJANG has not parks and the green areas enough within the city and lack of concern by well .
  12. 12. Kajang problems in terms of sustainability ENVIRONMENTAir Quality in downtown High traffic volume and traffic congestion Lack of emission laws Unsuitable sitting of industrial zones
  13. 13. Compact cityThis project focuses on land use - transport interaction, urban and transport planningintegration, and the ‘Compact City’ & ‘TOD’ planning policies. He is also interestedin sustainable mobility and especially in bicycle & pedestrian planning and design
  14. 14. Compact cityCreating a modern, comfortable and available public transportation for all speciallyhandicapped person
  15. 15. Compact cityConstructing some developments with a certain density of housing in order toencouragement social interactions and concentrate
  16. 16. Compact cityConstructing small and big shop centers and malls
  17. 17. Compact cityConstructing parks and other recreational facilities
  18. 18. Compact cityConstructing health Care Center and hospitals
  19. 19. FUTURE
  20. 20. FUTURE TRANSPORTATION USING New diesel-electric TRAIN INSTEAD OF AN OLD KTM RAILWAYThe Train-Trams will be used in both regional traffic as well as in inner-city traffic.Speeds of up to 100 km/h can be reached in regional traffic and almost 70 km/h ininner-city traffic.
  21. 21. FUTURE TRANSPORTATION USING THE PERSONAL POD CAR INSTEAD OF CURRENT PRIVATE VEHICLELow capital and operational costs Flexible routing24-hour availability On-demand service with no transfersZero on-site emissions Extremely low overall energy use
  23. 23. FUTURE TRANSPORTATION DESINING NEW AND MODERN AIRPORT IN TERMS OF SUSTAINABILITY OF KAJANG (COOLING PLAN)When you build a state-of-the-art airport in one of the hottest places on the globe, acooling plant is an indispensable part of the equation. District cooling is a far more“sustainable way to provide air-conditioning compared with traditional, individualcooling plants, because energy and resources are utilized more efficiently
  24. 24. SUSTAINABLE TOURISMEnhance existing nature potentials to attract tourism through the world and usingprivate sector investment to create hotels and other requirement facilities in order torelief of tourists.
  25. 25. FUTURE ENERGY SOLAR ENERGYThis free energy from sun can be easily converted into electrical energy to reduceenergy costs and provide electricity in remote areas where infrastructure is limited
  26. 26. FUTURE ENERGY SOLAR ENERGYProduction of own energy from the house by installing solar panels could reduce theelectric power demand.
  27. 27. FUTURE ENERGY BIOMASS ENERGYBiomass energy is energy from plants and plant-derived materials—and has beenin use since people began burning wood to cook food and keep warm. Biomasssources include food crops, grassy and woody plants, residues from agriculture orforestry, organic components of municipal and industrial wastes and animal wastesuch as cow manure and chicken litter. Fundamentally, biomass is stored solarenergy that man can convert to electricity or fuel .
  28. 28. FUTURE ENERGY BIOMASS ENERGYCorrectly managed, biomass is a sustainable fuel that can both offer a significantreduction in net carbon emissions compared with fossil fuels.
  29. 29. FUTURE WASTE WATER SYSTEMThis figure outlines a sustainable wastewater system. Rainwater and water from acatchment area are stored in a lake for use by residential and commercial users. Roofwater is also used by residential users. Grey water from baths, showers and otherdomestic use is recycled and dispersed into the ecosystem. Stormwater from commercialusers is piped to silt ponds for evaporation and for re-use. Wastewater from homes andcommercial users is treated in a small-scale plant; solids are composted and treatedwater disposed of into silt ponds. When the water makes it way from the silt ponds to thesea, it is clean.