PENGARUH BELOK KIRI LANGSUNG (LTOR) TERHADAP KINERJA SIMPANG EMPAT BERSINYAL (Studi Kasus Simpang BCA dan Simpang Galunggung Kota Malang)

WAJAYANTI, HERMIN EKA (2009) PENGARUH BELOK KIRI LANGSUNG (LTOR) TERHADAP KINERJA SIMPANG EMPAT BERSINYAL (Studi Kasus Simpang BCA dan Simpang Galunggung Kota Malang). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

The condition of vehicle movement in signaling BCA crossroad today are all vehicle left turn on red (LTOR), however based on street body there should be movement from west direction (Semeru Street) that can be LTOR when the red light on. In other word, it is not allowed for the movement from others ways. While in signaling Galunggung crossroad all vehicle movement are LTOR because there is no traffic sign that prohibits. The existing vehicle movement is not appropriate to traffic discipline, because the lack of society knowledge on the rule of LTOR in signaling crossroad. In this case, it needs to conduct study on LTOR and its best operational LTOR in signaling crossroad. The study focused on Indonesian Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) in 1997. The study examined the work of signaling crossroad in existing condition and in simulation resulted in vehicle movement that came out with estimation on the effect of LTOR in this part. The work of signaling BCA crossroad in the initial condition has the highest Degree of Saturation (DS) from east direction (Kahuripan Street) about 0.692 and average crossroad delay was 13.82 seconds. The signaling Galunggung crossroad has the highest DS from south direction (Galunggung Street) about 0.75 and average crossroad delay was 22.79 seconds. The vehicle movement of LTOR resulted in (increased) crossroad work. The best operational of vehicle movement in signaling BCA crossroad is movement from north (Basuki Rachmat Street) not LTOR; the vehicle from other directions should be LTOR. In Galunggung crossroad, all vehicle movements should be LTOR from all directions of crossroad.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
Depositing User: Anggit Aldila
Date Deposited: 07 Jul 2012 04:04
Last Modified: 07 Jul 2012 04:04
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/11422

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