STUDI ANALISA PERENCANAAN PENGEMBANGAN ANGKUTAN UMUM PENUMPANG KOTA SAMPIT TAHUN 2009 SAMPAI TAHUN 2017

IMANUDDIN, MUHAMMAD AKBARI (2008) STUDI ANALISA PERENCANAAN PENGEMBANGAN ANGKUTAN UMUM PENUMPANG KOTA SAMPIT TAHUN 2009 SAMPAI TAHUN 2017. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Sampit City is the Capital City of Kotawaringin Timur Residence and part of Mid-Kalimantan Province region. As city which has potential to be developed, it need proper space and transport system. Transport condition in Sampit city generaly lack of access between inter-city region. Public transportation existed nowadays was only public transportation which serving route in certain region. So that the citizen got trouble to do their activity. It could block the people mobility rate which caused the decreasing of region accessibility. According to above statement, there needed a study to develop public transportation in Sampit City, that was to fulfill public transportation demand model, route, and the amount of group at the study region. Method used was approach from rising model, trip of distribution, and moda option to get public transportation demand model. So that from demand model resulted could be planned transportation route and group amount which fit the needs. From the study, there found that public transportation demand model in Sampit city according to moda usage were Y=0.00954+ 1.001X5+0.999X6+0.998X7+0.998X8 with r=0.996 and R²=0.992 while according to the destination and people activity was Y=0.447+0.181X1+0.631X2+ 0.734X3 +0.364X4 with r = 0.897 and R²= 0.805 where independent variable of both equation has full influence to the dependent variable. According to existing street line and land use pattern, there planned 5 linear pattern route with assumption of vehicle type used were station wagon with 12 passenger capacity, so that the group need in 2009 for route I : 5 vehicles; route II: 5 vehicles; route III: 9 vehicles; route IV: 5 vehicles, and route V: 6 vehicles. While in 2017 for route I: 26 vehicles; route II: 22 vehicles; route III: 50 vehicles. Route IV: 23 vehicles; and route V: 31 vehicles

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: 08 May 2012 04:23
Last Modified: 08 May 2012 04:23
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/4686

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