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Volume 276, 2019International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICAnCEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||15 March 2019|
Developing a typology for social infrastructure (Case study: Road side station infrastructure)
Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Pancasila, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
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At this time, the concept of Social Infrastructure has been studied in Indonesia. One of many types of this kind of infrastructure is called Roadside Station, adopted from Japanese Michinoeki. A roadside station is a place located at the side of the national road in a backbone of Strategic Development Area. This place organizes service functions to road users, economic empowerment of the local community, and part of incubation service for its surrounding area. The concept of the roadside station that will be applied is developing a place for resting around the national road. There will be many public facilities in this roadside station such as a parking place, toilet, restaurant, and retail market. Ideally, this public facilities will be managed by the local community. This research is aim to develop roadside station typologies based on predefined criteria. The first things to do is doing benchmark analysis related to management concept plan for the roadside station. The benchmark is from management concept for the rest area’s highway. The next thing, for each typology, will be defined as the most suitable financial scheme, even it comes from the government fund or from the public-private partnership (PPP). In the end, the research results in determining 3 types of typology for developing roadside station and 3 criteria such as traffic volumes daily, type of zoning according to the location of a roadside station, and type of strategic development area according to the location of the roadside station.
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