MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 181, 2018The 1st International Symposium on Transportation Studies for Developing Countries (ISTSDC 2017)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Land Use and Transportation Sustainability|
|Published online||30 July 2018|
Evaluation of transport networks as disaster evacuation routes (Case study of flood disaster in Huamual Sub-District, Maluku)
Gadjah Mada University, Depart. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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As the global warming occurs, the effects of rainy and dry seasons in Indonesia have changed. Extreme rainfall causes some several disasters of such as flash floods and landslides which cause loss of life, damage to facilities, infrastructure and transport routes, as well as damage to the economy. The method used in this study began with a field survey conducted in Dusun Nasiri, Dusun Mange-mange, and Dusun Hatamanu to determine the condition of the road network between the centre of local government to the affected villages. In addition, laboratory tests were carried out in the Transport Laboratory, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. This study produced several maps by using ArcGIS software, and the laboratory tests produce findings on the feasibility of local materials for the restoration of the raod network. The maps showed the affected area and the routes for evacuation and the distribution of logistical, medical and paramedical aid, CFA, Makassar.
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