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Volume 276, 2019International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICAnCEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||14|
|Section||Highway and Transportation Engineering|
|Published online||15 March 2019|
Determination of the priority for arterial and collector road handling in Solok city, West Sumatra province
Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Andalas, Padang, Indonesia
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When handling roads, there should not be any roads that are neglected. Due to the limitation of funds, among the roads that have to be maintained, it is not necessarily possible to handle all of them with the same priority. It is necessary to prioritise road handling by considering the conditions and factors that influence its use. Roads that are used more often will be prioritised when it comes to maintenance. The data used in this study consisted of secondary and primary data. The secondary data was obtained from the Public Works Office of Solok City (Database of Solok City Roads, 2017) and Bappeda (RPJMD and RTRW). 8 segments of road were observed. Traffic volume surveys were conducted for 2 x 24 hours. Furthermore, questionnaires were distributed to support the secondary data, and 30 respondents answered. Six criteria were considered: Condition Factors (A), Traffic Volume Factors (B), Economic Factors (C), Policy Factors (D) Land Use Factors (E), and Side Building Factors and Road Complement (F). This study used the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method developed by Thomas L. Saaty. This method will simplify the complex multi-criteria problem into a priority scale hierarchy. The results of the AHP method analysis were included in a mathematical model as according to Brojonegoro (1991).The results showed that the priority for routine road maintenance was “Traffic Light Pandan - Tanjung Paku” road section (033), the priority for periodic road maintenance was “SMP 1 Simpang Damar” road section (047) and the priority for road improvement in general was “Simpang Sigege - Ampang Kualo” road section (051).a
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