Analisa Dampak Lalu Lintas Akibat Pembangunan Hotel Premier Inn Surabaya

Zain, Sarah Azizah (2018) Analisa Dampak Lalu Lintas Akibat Pembangunan Hotel Premier Inn Surabaya. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Sesuai dengan Peraturan Menteri Perhubungan Nomor 75 Tahun 2015, hotel Premier Inn Surabaya yang terletak di Jl Biliton No. 24-26 dengan luas tanah sebesar 1242 m2, memenuhi kriteria kewajiban untuk dilakukannya studi analisa dampak lalu lintas (andalalin) agar dampak lalu lintas di sekitar kawasan pembangunan dapat diminimalisir. Dalam melakukan analisa, digunakan Pedoman Kapasitas Jalan Indonesia (PKJI 2014) sebagai pedoman dasar. Tahapan pertama yaitu mengumpulkan beberapa data berupa data primer dan sekunder. Selanjutnya, menganalisa bangkitan tarikan yang akan ditimbulkan akibat pembangunan, menganalisa kinerja simpang dan ruas jalan yang terpengaruh pada kondisi eksisting dan 5 tahun setelah bangunan beroperasi, menganalisa kebutuhan parkir dan yang terakhir menyusun rekomendasi lalu lintas. Hasil analisa menunjukkan, pada kondisi eksisting kinerja simpang APILL terburuk terjadi pada Jl. Sono Kembang – Jl. Kayon – Jl. Karimun Jawa, dengan tundaan rata-rata simpang maksimum 345,91 det/skr (LOS F) pada periode puncak pagi. Lima tahun setelah bangunan beroperasi, pada simpang APILL tersebut terjadi tundaan rata-rata simpang maksimum sebesar 715,66 det/skr (LOS F). Kemudian dilakukan perbaikan berupa pengaturan ulang waktu sinyal dan pelebaran jalan. Hasil dari perbaikan menunjukkan nilai tundaan rata-rata maksimum yang lebih baik yaitu sebesar 317,49 det/skr. ====================================================================================================== According to Minister of Transportation Regulation Number 75 of 2015, Premier Inn Hotel Surabaya which located on Jl Biliton No. 24-26, with a land area of 1242 m2, meets the criteria of obligation to conduct traffic impact analysis studies (andalalin) to minimize the impact of traffic around the construction area. In conducting this research, Indonesia Road Capacity Guidance (PKJI 2014) is used as a basic guideline. The first stage begins with collecting some data in the form of primary and secondary data. Furthermore, analyze the trip production and trip attraction that will be caused by the construction, analyze the performance of the intersection and the affected road on the existing condition and 5 years after the building operates, analyze the parking requirement and the last to make recommendations related to the impact of traffic. The analysis shows that in the existing condition, the worst performance of the signalised intersection occurred on Jl. Sono Kembang – Jl. Kayon – Jl. Karimun Jawa, with an average delay maximum of 345,91 sec/skr (LOS F) during peak period of the morning. Five years after the building was in operation, at the signalised intersection occurred an average delay maximum of 715,66 sec/skr (LOS F). Then, repairs are made in the form of time re-signaling and widening the road. The result of the improvements showed a better average delay maximum of 317,49 sec/skr.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSIS 388.413 12 Zai a-1 3100018076994
Uncontrolled Keywords: analisa dampak lalu lintas; bangkitan dan tarikan; simpang dan ruas jalan; PKJI 2014, traffic impact analysis; trip production and trip attraction; intersection and road segment; PKJI 2014
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HE Transportation and Communications > HE355 Traffic engineering
T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
T Technology > TE Highway engineering. Roads and pavements
T Technology > TE Highway engineering. Roads and pavements > TE7 Transportation--Planning
Divisions: Faculty of Vocational > Civil Infrastructure Engineering
Depositing User: Sarah Azizah Zain
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2020 00:20
Last Modified: 23 Oct 2020 00:20
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/55953

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