วารสารวิจัย มข. ฉบับสาขามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์
ISSN 2350-9767
ภาษาไทย | English

ปีที่ 4 ฉบับที่ 2 พฤษภาคม - สิงหาคม 2557

THE SPATIAL PATTERNS OF THE CARRYING CAPACITY OF ROAD IN SINGARAJA CITY, BALI (Geographical Perspective Review)
Putu Indra Christiawan (Lecturer in Geography Education, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesa)
Hadi Sabari Yunus (Lecturer of the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Dan Sri Rum Giyarsih (Lecturer of the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada)

Abstract

       The research was conducted in Singaraja City, Bali Province in order to analyze the spatial patterns of the carrying capacity of the road. The method used in this research was survey method. Data was directly collected by measuring the parameters of the road's carrying capacity. This research was analyzed by quantitative descriptive method. The results showed that in a period of time, the maximum carrying capacity of the roads, either functioned as arterial or collector, in the core city has a very wide variation i.e. from the category of optimum to beyond high. Meanwhile, in the kernel, it appears that the maximum carrying capacity in each day, both during holidays and effective days, has a wide variation. However, the maximum carrying capacity of the road which categorized as beyond high doesn't happen in all road networks in this zone. This research also found that the suburb shows a trend of high homogeneity symptoms of the maximum level of traffic congestion. This phenomenon can be found in each period of day due to its road's maximum carrying capacity. It indicates that the spatial distribution of the road's maximum carrying capacity in Singaraja City associates with the urban morphological zones and the road's functions.
Keywords: spatial patterns, the carrying capacity of road, urban morphological zones

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