WILLINGNESS TO MODAL SHIFT FROM PRIVATE TO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN JAKARTA METROPOLITAN AREA

Budi Aji Purwoko, Chotib, Lin Yola

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Abstract

Commuter workers' primary mode of transportation in the Jakarta Metropolitan Area is still dominated by private vehicles (73.26 percent). The number of passengers on public transportation is recorded at 26.74 percent. It indicates that public transportation has not fully accommodated commuter activities, even though it has been strategized for an environmentally friendly mode. This paper analyzes the modal shifting of transport from private to public transport and the influencing factors. This research recommends the urgency of urban dwellers to use public transportation. The study used biner logistic regression analysis. The results showed commuter workers in Jakarta Metropolitan Area switched from private vehicles to public transportation. Most commuter workers are more likely to keep using personal vehicles. Factors that affect the willingness not to change modes from private cars to public transportation commuter workers include gender, income, work, Mileage, and travel time.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)22-34
Number of pages13
JournalPlanning Malaysia
Volume20
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • binary logistics
  • commuting
  • Public transport
  • willingness to switch modes

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