Transit Oriented Development (TOD) has increasingly become a popular concept for peri-urban developments in Indonesia. It offers regeneration approaches to create compact, mixed-use, and walking-distance public transit areas that promote more effective land-use growth and efficient public transport uses towards sustainable environment in urban peripheries. This paper focuses on the institutionalisation of TOD peri-urban through analysis of stakeholder interactions in TOD peri urban. Interpretations of stakeholder interactions are observed from a case study of the establishment of TOD planning standard from two TOD peri-urban plans, Gedebage (Greater Bandung) and Purabaya (Greater Surabaya). Applying the logic of Actor Network Theory (ANT), this paper discusses emerging networks, key actors, intermediaries, and their interaction process. Data and information are produced from triangulation of semi-structured interviews and documentary reviews. The conclusion provides dynamic stakeholder interaction maps for TOD peri-urban institutions, which identify strong engagements of cross-boundary transportation agencies, planning agencies, public transport operators, the state government, and property developers.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Nov 2018|
|Event||2017 CITIES International Conference: Multi Perspectives on Peri-Urban Dynamics Towards Sustainable Development - Surabaya, Indonesia|
Duration: 18 Oct 2017 → …