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Volume 331, 2020International Conference on Urban Disaster Resilience (ICUDR 2019)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Urban Sustainable Planning|
|Published online||09 December 2020|
Analysis of Performance Indicators City Transport Services in Palu City
Tadulako University, Civil Engineering Department, Jl. Soekerno Hatta, Palu, Indonesia, 94118
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The transportation system in the city of Palu adheres to the door to door service system. Getting city transportation is very difficult. This study discusses the operating performance of urban public transport vehicles, based on the standards of the Ministry of Transportation and the World Bank. Data were collected through a series of field surveys in 3 zones of the study area, which included headway, waiting time, number of passengers, speed and load factor. The results of data analysis show that headway average city transportation varies (minutes) zone 1 (12:25 - 27:18), zone 2 (<5 minutes 8 segments (26. 67%), 5 to 10 minutes 13 segments ( 43. 33%) and> 15 minutes 9 segments (30, 00%)). zone 3 (10:35 - 28:14), waiting time (minutes) zone 1 (6:13 - 13:50), zone 2 (0:56 - 19:38) and zone 3 (5:25 - 12: 20), passengers at peak zone 1 time average 3. 21, zone 2 is not measurable and zone 3 averages 4. 18 passengers, zone 1 speeds average 36. 16 km / h, zone 2 is not measurable and zone 3 on average 35, 23 km / hour, zone 1 load factor averages 35. 65%, zone 2 is not measurable and zone 3 averages an average of 45. 19%.
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