TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT MODEL-BASED SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORT IN THE ERA OF THE COVID PANDEMIC

Prasadja Ricardianto, Abdullah Ade Suryobuwono, Esti Liana

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to determine the alternative modeling of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) based on sustainable urban transportation in this COVID-19 pandemic era. In general, some of the problems with TOD in the Jababeka area, Cikarang, Bekasi Regency, as the object of research are the unconnected and integrated Jababeka city as a whole; the housing, the distinctive urban space, the ease of access-scale-absorption, the combination of differences, as well as being more sustainable and healthier lifestyle. This study is  a two-year research  with the first-year study using a qualitative descriptive approach, with surveys, interviews, and benchmarking. The results of this study can develop the TOD area around new or existing transit stations that can be served by a regular and efficient transit system, using the Jababeka, Cikarang, Bekasi area model. TOD is also expected to improve accessibility by providing relatively high levels of transport connections and high density, mixed-use, cycling, and pedestrian-friendly land use. The key finding of this research, TOD is very important to be implemented through shifting private transportation in their respective regions. The potential for TOD in the Jababeka Area, Cikarang, Bekasi for the long term is very likely to be implemented. As forthe research output, based on two chosen TOD alternatives,  shows that the Sub-City TOD and Environmental TOD can be developed into TOD design models in further research.

Keywords


Transit-Oriented Development, Mixed-Use Development, Regular Transit Systems, Transit Stations, Sustainable Urban Transport

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