Purba, Aleksander (2021) FACTORS AFFECTING TRAVELER’S MODE CHOICE IN AN EMERGING URBAN AREA OF INDONESIA: THE CASE OF SOUTHERN SUMATERA. In: The 7th International Conference on Structures, Engineering & Environment (SEE), 10-12 November 2021, Pattaya, Thailand.

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Abstract

Trans Sumatera toll road connects the southern end of Bakauheni to Palembang for 450 km has been operated almost for a year. With a right of way width of about 100 meters, the government planned the railway line to be built parallel to the toll road: with a cheaper investment cost because almost without land acquisition and access location is already open. Railway mode is possible immediately built on the Bakauheni – Bandar Lampung corridor to compete with the dominance of conventional modes such as AC-bus, non-AC bus, auto and motorcycle. The state preference technique has been applied to the study area to explore the attitude and perception of more than 500 respondents with the operation of new mode railways in line with toll road operating earlier. The railways will stretch for 109 km linking the port of Bakauheni in the south of Sumatera to Bandar Lampung This emerging urban area continues to grow dynamically due to the support of adequate transportation infrastructure and geographical proximity to the capital of Jakarta. The output of the mode choice model with the attributes of fare, travel time, headway and delay shows that the greatest potential in the existing conventional mode for shifting to railways is the non-AC bus user group by almost 25% followed by AC-bus 20%, auto user by 4% and motorcycle user by 1%.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik (FT) > Prodi Teknik Sipil
Depositing User: ALEKSANDER ALEX PURBA
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2021 12:15
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2021 12:15
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/36761

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