Parking and Queue Analysis (Case study : New Sport Center in Kepanjen, Malang Regency)


Authors : Muhammad Ridha Kasim; Muh Kasim Anies; Dzackyrendy Springfield

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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The construction of new facilities in urban areas will increase to the trip generation, as will the plan to build a Sports Center (GOR) by the Malang Regency Government located in the Kanjuruhan Stadium Area, Kepanjen. Travel in urban areas especially in developing countries is dominated by private vehicles. Problems will arise when visitors come to the GOR with private vehicles and the parking facilities that provided by the GOR are not able to accommodate the vehicles. If the parking capacity insufficient, there will be a lot of illegal parking on the side of the road (on street parking) or even on the pedestrian. Long queues of vehicles that get into GOR can also cause traffic disturbances on the surrounding roads. The purpose of this research is to predict the parking volume and make a parking capacity plan according to the availability of land. Aside from that, it also calculates the queue of vehicles, especially when going into the GOR so that the queue does not interfere with traffic on the surrounding roads. The analysis used is comparative analysis, regression and parking index to predict the number of vehicles that will park, then queue analysis to predict the queue length of vehicles entering the GOR. The results of the study can be used as a reference for the government in planning parking in the Kepanjen GOR area, Malang

Keywords : Demand Parkir; Queueing Introduction; Sport Center.

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