Stakeholder Analysis of the Management Model of Intermodal Transportation in The Cirebon Region During Pandemic COVID-19

Herry Hermawan, Pratikso Pratikso, Rahmat Mudiyono
2021 Proceedings of the 1st Universitas Kuningan International Conference on Social Science, Environment and Technology, UNiSET 2020, 12 December 2020, Kuningan, West Java, Indonesia   unpublished
The main problem of transportation in urban areas is that the growth of private vehicles is not proportional to the increase in the length of the existing roads, so this will make policy makers begin to suppress the use of private vehicles and improve public transportation infrastructure. The use of various modes of transportation so that people can move from one type of transportation to another quickly, cheaply, safely, and comfortably, it requires integrated management of existing
more » ... existing stakeholders. The research objective is to analyze the policies of the Cirebon City Government in dealing with transportation problems and traffic jams, (2) to find alternative policies that should be taken by the Cirebon City Government in overcoming traffic problems. Qualitative descriptive method was used for this research. The data collection technique used structured interviews and took as many as 6 respondents from related stakeholders, namely the Department of Traffic and Road Transportation of the Transportation Agency, the Police, Members of the Cirebon City DPRD, BAPPEDA staff, and academics from Swadaya Gunungjati University Cirebon. Data analysis used Analytical Hierarchy Process method. The results of this study conclude that (1) the government is still the actor who has the most role in the transportation management model, then the legislature, and the community. This is evidenced by alternative (1) the continued maintenance of Cirebon City Regional Regulation No. 8 of 2016 concerning the implementation of traffic impact analysis because it is still relevant to the development of transportation infrastructure for the city of Cirebon. (2) It is necessary to take measures to improve the road network by the government as well as to develop an integrated public transportation system in the form of a bus rapid transit. This policy is a step to reduce congestion by reducing the use of private vehicles. (3) The action of the DPRD's supervisory role should be more enhanced than the role of legislation and budgeting, while the community plays an important role in increasing participation in obeying traffic signs The national transportation system (sistranas) as a system of transportation that is systematically organized, which consists of road transportation, rail transportation, river or lake transportation, crossing transportation, sea transportation, and air transportation interacting with the support of receivables and transportation software effective and efficient. Sistranas serves to serve the movement of people and / or goods between national nodes or UNISET 2020, December 12, Kuningan, Indonesia
doi:10.4108/eai.12-12-2020.2305128 fatcat:qbgl4hdhjjhlnjj7fpmgzlpobe