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ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT PRONE AREAS ALONG JENDERAL AHMAD YANI ROAD IN BEKASI Dermawan, Widodo Budi; Isradi, Muhammad; Pawaztris, Pawaztris
Journal of Applied Science, Engineering, Technology, and Education Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019)
Publisher : Yayasan Ahmar Cendekia Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35877/454RI.asci1239

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Based on the results of the analysis of accident prone locations on Jenderal Ahmad Yani road in 2015-2018 using the Equivalent Accident Number (EAN) method, the location that are identified as accident prone is at coordinates 6.2444641- -6.2356937 (crossing area of the Jenderal Ahmad Yani road with the Burang Rang Raya road ? Overpass that leads to the Summarecon Bekasi iconic roundabout), with as many as 40 accidents. The number of death caused by traffic accident are as many as 13 people, seriously injured as many as 7 people, minor injuries as many as 46 people, and experience material loss of 37 objects and a maximum of Rp 80.800.000.- . The most dominant cause of accidents on Ahmad Yani road Bekasi in 2015-2018 is human error with 74% percentage and 26% due to vehicle error with total of 40 accidents.
ANALYSIS OF CAPACITY, SPEED, AND DEGREE OF SATURATION OF INTERSECTIONS AND ROADS Isradi, Muhammad; Dwiatmoko, Hermanto; Setiawan, Muhammad Ikhsan; Supriyatno, Dadang
Journal of Applied Science, Engineering, Technology, and Education Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35877/454RI.asci22110

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No traffic-signal intersection located on Jalan Serang and Jalan Curug, Tangerang Regency often causes traffic congestion. Many side barriers activities of vehicles inhibit the movement of traffic flow.  The toll-road access, which is not far from the intersection, makes the queue long enough to enter Jl. Raya Serang also affects the performance of the surroundings. The study aims to determine the performance of the above intersection this time, which is measured by the capacity, degree of saturation, speed, queuing opportunities, density, and level of services. Field surveys and further analysis of the calculations that have been carried out show the intersection performance. The peak traffic volume occurred on Wednesday, February 5 2020, at 3877 pcu / hour at 07.00 - 08.00 WIB, with a capacity (C) of 2937 pcu / hour. From the available data, the DS value is 1.32. at the Service level F.
ANALYSIS OF CAPACITY, SPEED, AND DEGREE OF SATURATION OF INTERSECTIONS AND ROADS Isradi, Muhammad; Dwiatmoko, Hermanto; Setiawan, Muhammad Ikhsan; Supriyatno, Dadang
Journal of Applied Science, Engineering, Technology, and Education Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)
Publisher : Yayasan Ahmar Cendekia Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35877/454RI.asci22110

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No traffic-signal intersection located on Jalan Serang and Jalan Curug, Tangerang Regency often causes traffic congestion. Many side barriers activities of vehicles inhibit the movement of traffic flow.  The toll-road access, which is not far from the intersection, makes the queue long enough to enter Jl. Raya Serang also affects the performance of the surroundings. The study aims to determine the performance of the above intersection this time, which is measured by the capacity, degree of saturation, speed, queuing opportunities, density, and level of services. Field surveys and further analysis of the calculations that have been carried out show the intersection performance. The peak traffic volume occurred on Wednesday, February 5 2020, at 3877 pcu / hour at 07.00 - 08.00 WIB, with a capacity (C) of 2937 pcu / hour. From the available data, the DS value is 1.32. at the Service level F.
Accident Prediction based on Integrated Design Consistency with the Lower Number of Vehicles/Traffic Volumes (due to Health Disaster/COVID-19) Prasetijo, Joewono; Zhang, Guohui; Isradi, Muhammad; Zainal, Zaffan Farhana; Musa, Wan Zahidah; Setiawan, M Ikhsan
IJEBD International Journal Of Entrepreneurship And Business Development eISSN 2597-4785 pISSN 2597-4750 Vol 3 No 3 (2020): September 2020
Publisher : LPPM of NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/ijebd.v3i3.1112

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Purpose: Malaysia is one of the developing countries that facing high road accident in Asia. The most common accident happens is between motorcyclist and cars. A motorcyclist is 17 times more dangerous than passenger cars. Analysis shows the three main types of accidents in Malaysia is collision with passenger cars, collisions with other motorcycles and single-motorcycle accidents. Road accidents keep rising in Malaysia, because lacks of road geometric design consistency where the drivers make mistakes errors due to the road geometric features. Design/methodology/approach: The study was conducted at F0050 from km 21 until km 25. By using GPS (DG -200), the continuous speed profile data were using new analysis method to develop road design consistency profile of motorcycle and cars and determined the value of the index the integrated road design consistency (IC). Findings: The developments of consistency model are based on parameter: the bounded area between the profile and the average speed, standard deviation of speed along a segment. Hence, use ACAD software for develops consistency model’s profile. The integrated-consistency model is the impact of the speed profile on design consistency in traffic and safety evaluations. The highest areas of an accident at km 24 are justified based on the design consistency of the area and integrated design consistency model between of car and motorcycle is poor design. The study shows that crashes and fatalities are fully effected by traffic volumes but road design performances and driving behavior. Research limitations/implications: However, the traffic volumes are relatively low in the whole country regarding to the Movement Control Order (MCO) due to the pandemic COVID-19 since March 2020. In contrast to the reduction of the volumes, the number of crashes still shows relatively high. Therefore, it shows that crashes and fatalities are influenced by other factors. Geometric factors such as access point, tangent length, curve length, shoulder width, and lane width are influencing an operating speed profile for developed tangents and curves of motorcycle and cars. Practical implications: The result of this study can be used as references to solve accident problems in Malaysia. Paper type: This study is categorized as a case study.
Impact Covid-19 on Implementation and Evaluation of Online Learning Isradi, Muhammad; Sumiyati, Sumiyati
IJEBD International Journal Of Entrepreneurship And Business Development eISSN 2597-4785 pISSN 2597-4750 Vol 3 No 3 (2020): September 2020
Publisher : LPPM of NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/ijebd.v3i3.1127

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Nearly 300 million students worldwide are disrupted in teaching and learning activities, and will threaten the rights of education in the future. The Covid-19 pandemic outbreak is a serious epidemic that must be dealt with by universities, as a result of this outbreak resulted in a change in the system of learning patterns that are ongoing. Mercu Buana University is preparing itself and adapting to face these uncertain conditions, one of which is setting up the system Perkuliahan Online Sementara / Temporer (POST) . So that the teaching and learning process and lectures can continue. Implementation of the system Perkuliahan Online Sementara / Temporer (POST) can be applied and used as a model to replace the conventional lecture system. Can be used as an evaluation in online learning, know the most dominant variable in influencing online learning
Performance analysis of Unsignal Intersection and Road section with MKJI Method 1997 Isradi, Muhammad; Pratama, Enif Asfarianto
IJTI International Journal of Transportation and Infrastructure eISSN 2597-4769 pISSN 2597-4734 Vol 4 No 1 (2020): September 2020
Publisher : NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/ijti.v4i1.1160

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Intersection Telkom Jatiasih is one of the congestion point in Bekasi City. This is at leave because of the high volume of traffic and also a busy route from Bekasi to Jakarta and the surrounding area, plus the direction to the toll gate Jatiasih. There is no sign – traffic sign making of Intersection Telkom Jatiasih is an unsignable junction, this is what causes the flow of irregular vehicles causing congestion. The data retrieval method is done by surveying directly to the research site. Based on survey result in Telkom Jatiasih intersection, the highest vehicle volume accurred in the afternoon of Monday, April 29 th, 2019. Calculated results based on the field survey result data using the MKJI 1997 book guidelines, obtaining the Degree of Saturation (DS) = 1,86 with the Level Of Service F value, indicating the stopping of the vehicle current at the congestion point such as the meeting path, or repair lanes that cause a long queue of vehicles. On the road Of Wibawa Mukti II Highway – Jatiasihi the vehicle flows are still recorded stably with the Degree of Saturation (DS) = 1,16 with a Level Of Service F value which means the level of road service is still stable. From the research results get an alternative solution Telkom Jatiasih intersection is in alternative 2 because it gets a decrease in the Degree of Saturation (DS) = 1,11 with the value of the Level Of Service F which means high traffic flow condition, but Current conditions are still stable.
Analysis of the Performance of Koasi K01A Public Transport During the Implementation of the PSBB Isradi, Muhammad; Abdika, Muhammad Abdika
IJTI International Journal of Transportation and Infrastructure eISSN 2597-4769 pISSN 2597-4734 Vol 4 No 2 (2021): March 2021
Publisher : NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/ijti.v4i2.1339

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This research shows that the average number of passengers during the implementation of the PSBB is reduced by 50%, although there are still some Koasi K01A whose number of passengers exceeds the health protocol standard recommended by the government. Respondents considered the feasibility of the K01A Koasi to operate as still quite feasible, because there were still some respondents who still needed this Koasi K01A to travel so that it could be judged that the K01A Koasi was still feasible to operate to serve its passengers, only had to replace the old Koasi units with a newer unit that provides comfort for Koasi K01A passengers. The comfort and safety provided by the K01A Koasi manager are still considered very uncomfortable and safe by respondents.
Planning to Build A Park and Ride in The Town Square of Bekasi Isradi, Muhammad; Vahira, Rana Reza
IJTI International Journal of Transportation and Infrastructure eISSN 2597-4769 pISSN 2597-4734 Vol 4 No 2 (2021): March 2021
Publisher : NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/ijti.v4i2.1342

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The need for transportation has now become a very meeting thing for residents of a city. Because transportation is a very important means of smoothing the economy of a region. Along with the growing economy of residents in an area, the number of owners and users of private vehicles has also increased rapidly. That needs to be balanced with supporting transportation support facilities. For that we need a solution to reduce congestion by maximizing the benefits of public transportation such as commuter line trains. One thing that can be done is the construction of a Park and ride building as a transportation support facility at Bekasi Station, Bekasi City. To plan a Park and ride building some data is needed. Data obtained from field surveys, namely surveys to obtain the demand value for the arrival of vehicles. The survey was conducted by counting the number of vehicles leaving and entering the Bekasi station parking lot which is divided into two zones, namely the northern zone and the southern zone. The survey was carried out at 06.00 – 21.00 WIB. In the results of data processing using excel, it is obtained the characteristics of Park and ride facilities users and also the number of users demand for park and ride facilities for motorbikes is 676, while for cars is 107 vehicles. of the total demand, a park and ride building is planned to accommodate 1000 motorbikes and 100 cars with 3 floors.