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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 9, September 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Effect Of Increased Commercial & Industrial Area For Travel Time Between Cities Surabaya-Sidoarjo

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AUTHOR(S)

Budi Sugiarto Waloejo, Karina Indra Sari

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Commercial Area, Industrial Area, Land Use, Travel Time.

 

ABSTRACT

Since the Government of Surabaya City imposed a policy of limiting the development of industrial estates in the city of Surabaya by shifting their development outside of Surabaya, the land use in areas around the city of Surabaya, namely the Gerbangkertosusila region, including Sidoarjo Regency, has become impacted. This eventually results in traffic on the arterial road that crosses around the land use becomes affected due to the activities carried out in the land use area. The purpose of this study is to discover the land use interaction model, road network performance, and factors affecting the travel time on the Waru Surabaya-Sidoarjo road. Descriptive approach was employed to explicate the road characteristics, while several quantitative analyses such as correlation and multiple linear regression analyses were employed to evaluate and formulate the model and its impact on the level of service and travel time calculation. The research showed that along the Surabaya-Sidoarjo road segment, the land use was currently dominated by industrial and commercial activities with the respective percentages of 66.2% and 14.8%, with 69,029 PCU/day (internal) + 57,326 PCU/day (external) = 126,354 PCU/day. The trip was higher than the road capacity rate, which was 6,820 PCU/hour. The level of service was poor at certain hours (08:00 to 19:00), which was indicated with F. The impact of the trip attraction of movement volume from the industrial zone outside the industrial estates was 9,452 PCU/day or 13.69% of the total land use, while the impact of the commercial area was 48,388 PCU/day or 53.42% of the total lands use. Thus, the travel time from Sidoarjo-Surabaya with the road length of 23.2 km was an hour and 17 minutes.

 

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