PERFORMANCE OF THE ROAD AND CONGESTION RULE IN WATURENGGONG DENPASAR

Authors

  • Ni Ketut Sri Astati Sukawati
  • Iketut Sudipta Giri

Abstract

Population growth has an influence on developments in various sectors both formal and informal.
As a result of this development, population mobility has also increased, which has an effect on
traffic density, which often causes various types of delays, one of which is due to increased traffic
volume and side barriers. This name often makes the traffic jams occur so that the disruption of
activities and productivity of the community as road users because the road is a means of
supporting various activities. This research was conducted with the aim to determine the
performance of Denpasar Waturenggong road. The research method used is to collect data
consisting of primary data and secondary data. Primary data obtained from the field survey, which
consists of road inventory data, traffic volume data and vehicle speed data, while secondary data
is obtained from related agencies related to completeness of the survey, namely data on the number
of residents of Denpasar city in 2017 and data The Indonesian Road Capacity Manual (MKJI)
1997. From the results of the field survey and data analysis, it can be concluded that the analysis
of the performance of the Denpasar Waturenggong road occurred at the highest density on Monday
afternoon, which has a volume of 2227.37 pcu / hour, large side barriers 509, 9 per hour / 200meter,
road capacity of 1779.2 pcu / hour, degree of saturation of 1.2 pcu / hour, speed of 17.24 km /
hour, and level of service are in the F category.

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Published

2020-11-18

How to Cite

Ni Ketut Sri Astati Sukawati, & Iketut Sudipta Giri. (2020). PERFORMANCE OF THE ROAD AND CONGESTION RULE IN WATURENGGONG DENPASAR. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(4), 898-919. Retrieved from http://palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/493