PERSEPSI INSINYUR SIPIL TENTANG KELAYAKAN INFRASTRUKTUR DI KORIDOR SUMATERA.

Kaming, Peter F and Raharjo, Ferianto PERSEPSI INSINYUR SIPIL TENTANG KELAYAKAN INFRASTRUKTUR DI KORIDOR SUMATERA. [Research]

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Abstract

In order to review the performance of infrastructure of the selected province at Sumatera, over the last decades the Civil Engineers prepared a study of infrastructure adequacy at the regional level on started in June 2014. The study with 66 civil engineers working in various backgrounds and professions as participants and it released the most recent grades for various infrastructures in the Sumatera Corridor, including the regional’s roads and bridges, transits, railways, clean water systems, energy, tourism, dam and irrigations, and other critical facilities. The study adopted an Australia infrastructure report card methodology. The selected provinces under study were: Aceh, North Sumatera, Western Sumatera, Jambi, Bengkulu, Southern Sumatera, Lampung, and Bangka Belitung. A cumulative grade of an average of “D” was identified in this study. A grade D means that the infrastructure in the system or network is in not adequate condition; it shows general signs of deterioration and requires attention. Some elements exhibit significant deficiencies in conditions and functionality, with increasing vulnerability to risk. The study indicated that Southern Sumatera had relative better infrastructures than other provinces in Sumatera, yet it was in the adequate level. Raising the grade on the infrastructure will require a wide range of solutions in every category, including technical advances, funding, and regulatory changes in public behavior and support. Thus this study provides a great deal of information on the impact of failing infrastructure, and also focuses on ways the selected provinces at Sumatera can begin addressing these critical deficiencies. Most importantly, Government of selected provinces are expected to utilized the Civil Engineers in this study to explain one of the reasons the economic stimulus bill should be enacted by Local Parliament (DPRD).

Item Type: Research
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cost, Infrastructure, Sumatera Corridor
Subjects: Sipil > Geo Teknik
Sipil > Geo Teknik
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Program Studi Teknik Sipil
Depositing User: Editor UAJY
Date Deposited: 29 Sep 2015 12:53
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2015 12:53
URI: http://e-journal.uajy.ac.id/id/eprint/8049

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