Rail-based transportation, namely trains, has an important role for communities in sub-urban areas. By using the train, communities no longer need to use their vehicles. They can change modes with two choice of ways to get to the station, park their personal vehicle or by using shuttle transportation. The concepts of the two-ways is a form of implementation of park-and-ride and kiss-and-ride. This study aims to identify the reasons why KRL users choose park-and-ride or kiss-and-ride facilities and the user spatial patterns of these facilities. The analysis uses the E2-SFCA (Enhanced 2-Step Floating Catchment Area) method by calculating the distance and ratio of station users and then produces an accessibility value. The results of the analysis that have been carried out indicate that the majority of park-and-ride users are spread out in zone 2 and kiss-and-ride users are spread out in zone 1. The catchment area from both stations are predominantly from areas with local road network characteristics. This road network has a high density but limited vehicle speed. The cost and origin of the distance from the place of residence affect the difference in the catchment area of the KRL station.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Dec 2021|
|Event||2nd International Symposium of Earth, Energy, Environmental Science and Sustainable Development, JEESD 2021 - Jakarta, Virtual, Indonesia|
Duration: 25 Sept 2021 → 26 Sept 2021