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STUDY OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BOK MARTAPURA THESE TABUK RIVER TERMINAL ANTASARI BANJARMASIN Masruroh, Silfiana Ila
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This study is one of the fundamental researches to find out the problems of public transport passengers District region Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan. The purpose of this study was to obtain the performance quality of public transport and to know how many vehicle operating costs. This is done because the public transport is no longer in demand by the public, therefore this study appear to know the reason what causes it to happen.It can be measured in relative terms of service satisfaction criteria ideal public transport among others, are as follows: must be reliable, that is to say all the time available, and takes a short time. There is a comfort in use, meaning the service polite, sheltered from bad weather, easily when dropped or riding a vehicle, available seat at any time, no jostling, has an attractive interior and good seating. A sense of security in driving, which is a sense of security is to avoid accidents and free from crime. And no less important is the travel time and the wait time is not long. Calculation of Operating Costs in the vehicle must be less than the calculation of income, thus profitable for the operator to implement as published in the Public Transport of passengers Guidelines issued by Departemen Public Works.Data in the capture of two types, namely primary data that data is retrieved via public transit, interviews, observation, questioners and secondary data obtained from institutions related to the study, the analysis is done in terms of benefits and costs are measured based constant prices in the beginning, then the results of the analysis of revenues and operating costs of vehicles as a basis to determine the value of the balance of the freight business operations.
THE CHARACTERISTIC OF TRAHEAN SWAMPLAND IN SOUTH TEWEH REGENCY OF NORTH BARITO CENTRAL KALIMANTAN Dewi, Irawati Citra
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The wet Trahean swampland is known as a farming and fishing area for the residents of Trahean village. Trahean swamp covers 1,500 ha, comprising 70.16 ha of farming area, 8 ha of fishing area and other public facility areas of 1411.84 ha. Trahean swampland is water sustainable all year long. Despite long dry season, the Trahean village rarely experiences severe drought. The water source of Trahean village is from rainfall and river branch from Barito River that flows to the farming area. This research aims to identify the characteristic of the swampland so that it can be used as a farming area. The soil type in this area is Aluvial swamp.This research was conducted by collecting primary and secondary data. The assessment of land suitability shows that Trahean swamp has a limiting factor. This limiting factor affects its productivity and thus, this area needs more input. The limits are usually caused by the farmers themselves.Based on the land suitability class result, the Trahean swampland is categorized into S1 and S2 land suitability, where the dominant land suitability is S2. Based on the physical and chemical conditions, the Trahean swampland is suitable for farming.
STUDY OFSOIL STABILIZATIONIN PALANGKARAYAUSINGWASTE GYPSUM ON ROAD PAVEMENT (SUBGRADE) Jonlie, Jonlie
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Subgrade is one important component in road constrctions, roads sometimes have to go through a condition where the carrying capacity of the foundation soil does not meet the requirements. Subgrade under study is a soft clay soil that has a low carrying capacity. Some improvement methods for subgrade bearing capacity has been investigated to improve the physical properties and mechanical of the foundation soil. One improvement methods is the basic soil stabilization method. Subgrade stabilization in this study uses gypsum waste where great potential of gypsum waste is expected to have added value for improving the carrying capacity of the subgrade.The percentages of waste gypsum designin this study were 2%, 6% and 10%, against the soft clay soil dry weight. This study performed physical and mechanical testing before and after stabilized mainlyon testing the carrying capacity of the method of CBR. Imaging methods with X-Ray Fluerence (XRF) was also performed onnative soil, ora mixtureof gypsum waste stabilization.The results of research showed that the addition of gypsum waste by 2%, 6% and 10%, of the dry weight of soft clay soil does not have a significant influence on the increase in the carrying capacity of the land base. The XRF method didnot find new compounds with a mixture of soil stabilization results gypsum waste.
SISTEM KESELAMATAN KERJA PADA PROYEK NORMALISASI SUNGAI Rijaluddin, Khalid
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The working of river normalization is a construction project which has tendency to have the work accidents because of the high frequencies of very modern working equipments. The accidents of work can be influenced by three main factors such they are human factor, equipments factor and environment factor. Some of the recently research showed that the most domain factor which caused the work accidents was human factor since the workers have less knowledge and awareness in how the importance the safety working is.Our government has released a rule about safety working especially for construction sector, which is made in the rules of Transmigration and Labor Ministry No. Per-01/Men/1980. One of the system in the management of safety and healthy working which has been developed and had been made into fix guidance is called OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety assessment Series) 18000. The purposes of OHSAS is not far away different from the purposes of SMK3 Permenaker they are to protect and reduce the amount of working accident potencies. But in the other side the application of the system is still in a quite distance of satisfaction and so far from optimal action so that we can have many info about the rate of working accidents happening in a seemly high frequencies. Generally, the real condition of the implementation of safety work has been known and done but the persons and institutions who involved in this implementation can not do it totally or as well as possible because of some reasons.Therefore, it should be make safety work implementation strategy in the river normalization to do Permen PU No. 09/2008 of July 1 2008. The government and the supplier signature the policy of K3, signature the aggrement K3 with the partner of work, create PreRK3K and RK3K, to do technical guidance K3, to do the training to make some expert professional of K3 and also to prepare the operational monitoring guidance and evaluate K3 and prepare the guidance of K3 application.
MAINTENANCE STRATEGY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING Pertiwi, Annisa Kesuma
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Building maintenance management in the Bandarmasih Passenger Terminal of PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) Branch of Banjarmasin has not been using priority scale method or middle-term maintenance for handling damages, This is due to the fact that the database of building condition is not available. This study aims to create middle-term maintenance strategy plan and prioritise the handling of the building maintenance.Inventory results showed that there were 95 types of work. Based on the analysis of the assessment criteria there were 78 types of work that met the assessment criteria, using SWOT analysis, this number was reduced to 74. Meanwhile, to determine the order of priority of building maintenance the use of MCDM analysis was required.The strategic plans were divided into medium-term strategic plan for 5 years and short-term strategic plan for every year. In 2015 there were 14 types of works determined with an allocation of IDR 502,036,400. In 2016 there were 15 types of works determined with an allocation of IDR 557,611,829. In 2017 there were 11 types of works determined with an allocation of IDR 619,339,459. In 2018 there were 16 types of works determined with an allocation of IDR 687,900,337. In 2019 there were 18 types of works determined with an allocation of IDR 764,050,904. All maintenance works were expected to be completed in 5 years.The strategic plan that has been arranged can be used as preliminary guidelines for building maintenance projects that experience changes in its arrangement of specified list.
STUDI PENGGUNAAN BATU TANGKILING UNTUK KONSTRUKSI PERKERASAN HRS-WC DI PALANGKA RAYA Wati, Erwin Ratna
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Katingan is one of the regencies in Central Kalimantan province, which has deposits of mountain stone and quarried sand in Bukit Tangkiling. Problem in the area is that it is hard to obtain aggregate fraction proportions that pass No. 30 (0.60 mm) sieve as required in the specification of gap graded range, so if the gap graded could not be met, then semi-gap graded is used.HRS is also called gap-graded pavement, which has more fine aggregate than coarse aggregate compared to asphalt concrete, and resulted in flexible pavement that can be passed by vehicles comfortably. HRS-WC mixture relies on the bond between the bonding agents, coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, and filler, unlike asphalt concrete, which relies on coarse aggregate interlocking. HRS-WC utilizes gap gradation and provides good flexibility since the usage of gap gradation gives a high VMA value because more cavities are filled with asphalt. A higher VMA value results in thicker concrete blanket and creates flexible pavement that is comfortably passed by vehicles.Testing standards utilized in this research are Standar Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and American Association of State Highway and Transportation Official (AASHTO). Methods implemented in this research are to identify the characteristics of asphalt mixture that meets the specification.Based on the result of Marshall standard testing in COA 7.3% with gap level of 5%, density value is 2.248 g/cm3, VMA value is 20.40%, VIM is 4.3%, VBM value is 79.45%, stability value is 1375 kg, flow falue is 3.45%, and MQ value is 450 kg/cm. The research shows that the gap level of 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% has high density, VMA, VFB, and flow value, but low stability, VIM, and MQ value. This result shows that there is a strong correlation between Marshall’s characteristic with the gap gradation level. The best gradation variation is variation 1, which is the gradation that has gap level of 5%. Since this variation gives higher value of density, VMA, VFB, and flow, it results in flexible and comfortable pavement.
ANALISIS PENGARUH BANGKITAN PERJALANAN PENDUDUK TERHADAP KINERJA JALAN UTAMA KAWASAN PERUMAHAN WIRA PRAJA MUARA TEWEH Damhudi, Akhmad Abdi
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The aim of this research is to analyze the effect of the residents’ trip toward the performance of the region's main road in Wira Praja Housing complex in Muara Teweh. The aspects being analyzed in this research are the model of residents trip as the independent variable (x), the number of family members who go to work form home (x1), the number of family members who are students (x2), the number of family members who do not work or are not students (x3), household size based on the site of the family (x4), the number of car ownerships in units of vehicles (x5), the number of motorcycle ownerships in units of vehicles (x6), the number of bicycle ownerships (x7), total vehicle ownerships in the house (x8), total income per family per month in ten thousand rupiahs (x9), the types of house (between 36 and 45, 45 and 60, and bigger than 60) (x10), and the dependent variable (y) which is the total trips per family per day, and how the residents’ trip influences the performance of the road on the existing conditions. From the data, a forecasting is made for the next 5years.The research result shows the relationship between the number of trips (total trips) in the area of Wira Praja Housing of Muara Teweh as the dependent variable (y) and as the independent variable (x). The best regression model for the prediction of the trip is y = 1,014 + 0,441x8+ 0,004x9.The contribution of vehicles to the traffic on the main road of Wira Praja Housing Complex in Muara Teweh is grouped based on types of vehicles during traffic’s peak hour traffic. The composition of vehicles at peak hours showed that MC contributes 93% and LV contributes 7% to the traffic during peak hours.Each point of observation of residents’ trip shows an existing degree of saturation. On Jl. Wira Praja towards Jl. Pendreh observation point DS1= 0.142, on Jl. Wira Praja towards Jl. Pendreh and Jl. Ronggolawe observation point DS2 = 0.135, and on Jl. Wira Praja towards Jl. Ronggolawe observation point DS3 = 0.143. Based on the regulation (Permenhub No. 14 Year 2006), it is obtained the degree of saturation are sufficient (≤ 0.35), the level of service isA.The assessment of traffic forecasting for the next 5 years is assumed from the assessment of the Wira Praja Housing Complex Muara Teweh, traffic flow outside the housing and the traffic flow taken from the planned educational zones in residential areas. Forecasting is done with a few assumptions of housing development, namely 37, 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500 housing units. To forecast the traffic assessment from all assumption, it is found that the greater the assumptions of the housing development is, the higher the DS value of each point of observation will be.

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