Persepsi Pejalan Kaki di Akhir Perjalanan Harian

Andyka Kusuma, Dryan Ghazian Arisyi, Tri Tjahjono

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Walking is an important transportation mode in people daily commute. Pedestrian perspective and walking distance assessment are necessary on aiding the design the public transportation system for better system coverage and the pedestrian facility on the corresponding area. This research aims to asses the perspective of people when they willing to walk instead of taking other modes corresponding toward the recent pedestrian facility improvement around Universitas Indonesia. Data were colected by asking samples of pedestrains about their walking preference over using the campus buses and later processed using the theory of discrete choice model and utility function. Data analysis shows people naturally choose walking as their mode for last mile trip instead of other modes. The distance of walking distance add the constrain for people to walk while the time saving from other modes will encourage people to walk instead of taking other modes. In addition, facility improvement futher helped the encouragement.
Original languageIndonesian
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventJurnal Transportasi Forum Studi Transportasi antar-Perguruan Tinggi (FSTPT) - ID, Bandung, Indonesia
Duration: 1 Jan 2017 → …


ConferenceJurnal Transportasi Forum Studi Transportasi antar-Perguruan Tinggi (FSTPT)
Period1/01/17 → …


  • Walking distance, pedestrian perspective, pedestrian facility, discrete choice

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