Agus Taufik Mulyono
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MODEL PERANGKAT LUNAK MONITORING DAN EVALUASI IMPLEMENTASI STANDAR MUTU JALAN DAERAH Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Santosa, Wimpy; Budi Suparma, Latif
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 12, No 2 (2012)
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One of the root problems causing early damages on provincial and district roads is road administrators’ and developers’ low compliance against the road standards. To deal with this issue, a systemic logic model has been developed to facilitate the monitoring and the evaluation analyses of road standards implementation. The model was written in Java Runtime Environment version 6 and designed to feature portability, acceptability, applicability, and useability. The model was developed based on expert survey and typology analysis to gather and select the determining variables and their indicators.Model application in the case of SNI 03-2853-1992(guidelines on constructing road foundation using crushed stones) implementation is demonstrated in this paper.The results showed 58.50% of the sample “own” the standard, 61.18% “understand” the standard, 60.52% “implement” the standard, 51.39% “oversee” the implementation of the standard, and therefore the overall implementation score for the said standard was 59.08%. The model developed in this study has the potentials to provide recommendations to road administrators on whether or not a standard needs revision or even abolition.Keywords: evaluation, monitoring, quality standard, provincial and local roads
MONITORING DAN EVALUASI PENERAPAN STANDAR NASIONAL INDONESIA BIDANG BAHAN KONSTRUKSI BANGUNAN DAN REKAYASA SIPIL JALAN RAYA Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Nuraini, Nuraini; Rusmanawati, Dian
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 10, No 3 (2010)
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The current performance of the application of quality standards in the administration of road infrastructure is very alarming because the average level of achievements in the field is not greater than 50.0%. The average usage rate of the general Indonesian National Standard (SNI), related to building construction materials, and the specific SNI, related to civil engineering, in road infrastructure contract documents are not more than 30.0%. A logic model of monitoring and evaluation of SNI in the operation of road infrastructure was built in this study with a systemic, hierarchical, and comprehensive approach. The focus of this research is to determine the factors and variables in each subsystem, with monitoring and evaluation of SNI 03-3425-1994 (procedures for the implementation of a thin layer of asphalt concrete for highway) on the maintenance of national roads in Yogyakarta Special Region was selected as a case study. The results showed that the aspect acceptable, applicable, and user friendly are in pretty good category (50.0%-75.0%) but the portable aspect is in the unfavorable category (25.0%-50.0%). This result gives an indication that the socialization activities of SNI, which includes measures to recognize, acquire, and archive need to be improved in all units of stakeholders associated with road handling, including universities, so that in the future it will create communities with standard minded in the field of building construction materials and civil engineering. Also, there is a need to change the shape of SNI books pocket book shape, which makes it easier to take to the field.Keywords: implementation, monitoring, evaluation, Indonesian National Standard
UPAYA PENURUNAN TINGKAT FATALITAS TITIK RAWAN KECELAKAAN DI KABUPATEN GUNUNG KIDUL DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA Nohan Rudrokasworo, Silvanus; Tjahjono, Tri; Taufik Mulyono, Agus
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 9, No 2 (2009)
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Fatality level can be reduced with the deficiency safety program as an effort in handling the accident thatoccurred on the road. This study aims to investigate the influence of the road infrastructure condition and toassess the best solution to minimize the probability of the accident. The parameter used to determine thelocation of the study was based on AEK’s value, fatality’s level, and accident frequency. This study wascarried out in the black spot at Yogyakarta – Wonosari road, that were: (1) Bunder (KM 10+944 m); (2)Pekerjaan Umumtat (KM 7+864 m); and (3) Patuk (KM 0+874 m). This analysis was perfomed using the IKJwith measuring design deviation (geometric and road’s facilities harmonization) toward technical standard.Infrastructure improvements should be conducted to conform components based on the risk analysis.Handling priority of deficiency road infrastructure in the black spot should be based on: (1) traffic handling;(2) harmonization of fringe and mark; and (3) arrangement of road‘s facilities.Keywords: black spot, deficiency, fatality, IKJ, risk analysis
PENGARUH MUATAN LEBIH BEBAN GANDAR KENDARAAN BERAT ANGKUTAN BARANG TERHADAP PENINGKATAN OKSIDA KARBON Wahyudi, Wahid; Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Santosa, Wimpy
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 13, No 2 (2013)
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At present, the influence of overloaded freight vehicles only associated with damage to the road structure and road congestion or services. Overloading is not considering the effect of the increase of carbon oxides. Increased carbon oxides on overloaded vehicles occur due to increased fuel consumption and heavy vehicle engine work. This study aimed to obtain the relationship between axle load overloading offenses with increased carbon oxides carried by freight vehicles in the Province of East Java. The method used is direct measurement in several weigh in East Java Province. The excess weights of freight vehicles were measured and then carbon oxide emission tests were performed to measure the carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide emissions. The results indicate that there is a linear relationship between the excess loads carried by freight vehicles with increased carbon oxides. Carbon dioxide increased significantly in line with overloaded heavy freight vehicles. Therefore, the policy to implement sanctions, such as fines for overloaded freight vehicles should include cost components due to increased emissions of carbon oxides, such as reduction cost and community loss affected by these pollutants.Keywords: heavy vehicle, overload, freight vehicle, carbon oxides
INSPEKSI KESELAMATAN JALAN DI JALAN LINGKAR SELATAN YOGYAKARTA Sujanto, Supradian; Taufik Mulyono, Agus
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 10, No 1 (2010)
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Traffic accident causes economic losses for the country, the victim, and the victim’s family. The cause of traffic accident consists of human error, vehicle factor, and road and environment factor. Human error is mostly considered as the main reason for traffic accidents to occur. This Study is intended to find the road safety deficiency in Ring Road Selatan Yogyakarta, from Parangtritis Road intersection (STA 0+000) to Bantul Road intersection (STA 1+600), using road safety form developed by Directorate General of Highways. Any kind of deviation from technical standard and dangerous condition of environment will be compared with the rules which prevails. The deviencies found will be presented in accident opportunity value (P) and seriousness of victim’s condition impact value (D). The correlation between opportunity and impact values will result in risk value (R) that indicates road safety condition. The average of risk value in Ring Road Selatan Yogyakarta is 74,10 which means that the risk value is low or the safety deviciency level is small. Zone with the highest risk value is zone 4 (STA 0+400) with 114,40, which can be categorized as medium level meaning that this zone needs unscheduled handling. The routine road treatment for road pavement, road mark, traffic sign, and street illumination can reduce risk value from 74,10 to 43,33, meaning that the road can be categorized as very low level of handling and does not need to be monitored.Keywords: road safety deficiency, road safety form, and risk value
EVALUASI KENDALA DAN MASALAH IMPLEMENTASI UU 22/2009 TENTANG LLAJ TERHADAP CAPAIAN PENYELENGGARAAN JALAN NASIONAL Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Abu Sandra, Putra
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 13, No 2 (2013)
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The Law No. 22/2009 on Road Traffic and Transportation dictates the national road authorities to perform proactively, reactively, and with fullest anticipation with regards to the safety aspects in administering road provision. In relation to this demand, data collection was conducted in Provinces of Riau, East Java, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, and East Nusa Tenggara through a series of focussed discusions involving road authorities, road traffic and transportation regulators, as well as law enforcement officers. Proactive measures that still fell short to meet the demand were related to Article 8 (stipulation of road’s level of service, optimized utilization of road segments, geometric betterment of roads and intersections, stipulation of road classes, and attainment of road worthiness). Reactive measures that still lag in enforcement were related to Article 24 (improvement of road sections with safety deficiencies, and installation of road signs at damaged road sections or roads with substandard geometric to prevent accidents). Anticipative measures in need of attention were related to Article 230 (road unworthiness as a contributing factor to cause accidents), and Article 273 (poor road conditions that might cause accidents, and in consequence of which, road authorities could face 5 year imprisonment in cases invloving fatalities).Keywords: proactive, reactive, action, road
PENGARUH MUATAN LEBIH BEBAN GANDAR KENDARAAN BERAT ANGKUTAN BARANG TERHADAP PENINGKATAN OKSIDA KARBON Wahyudi, Wahid; Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Santosa, Wimpy
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 13, No 2 (2013)
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At present, the influence of overloaded freight vehicles only associated with damage to the road structure and road congestion or services. Overloading is not considering the effect of the increase of carbon oxides. Increased carbon oxides on overloaded vehicles occur due to increased fuel consumption and heavy vehicle engine work. This study aimed to obtain the relationship between axle load overloading offenses with increased carbon oxides carried by freight vehicles in the Province of East Java. The method used is direct measurement in several weigh in East Java Province. The excess weights of freight vehicles were measured and then carbon oxide emission tests were performed to measure the carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide emissions. The results indicate that there is a linear relationship between the excess loads carried by freight vehicles with increased carbon oxides. Carbon dioxide increased significantly in line with overloaded heavy freight vehicles. Therefore, the policy to implement sanctions, such as fines for overloaded freight vehicles should include cost components due to increased emissions of carbon oxides, such as reduction cost and community loss affected by these pollutants.Keywords: heavy vehicle, overload, freight vehicle, carbon oxides
EVALUASI KENDALA DAN MASALAH IMPLEMENTASI UU 22/2009 TENTANG LLAJ TERHADAP CAPAIAN PENYELENGGARAAN JALAN NASIONAL Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Abu Sandra, Putra
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 13, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (540.898 KB) | DOI: 10.26593/jt.v13i2.534.%p

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The Law No. 22/2009 on Road Traffic and Transportation dictates the national road authorities to perform proactively, reactively, and with fullest anticipation with regards to the safety aspects in administering road provision. In relation to this demand, data collection was conducted in Provinces of Riau, East Java, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, and East Nusa Tenggara through a series of focussed discusions involving road authorities, road traffic and transportation regulators, as well as law enforcement officers. Proactive measures that still fell short to meet the demand were related to Article 8 (stipulation of road’s level of service, optimized utilization of road segments, geometric betterment of roads and intersections, stipulation of road classes, and attainment of road worthiness). Reactive measures that still lag in enforcement were related to Article 24 (improvement of road sections with safety deficiencies, and installation of road signs at damaged road sections or roads with substandard geometric to prevent accidents). Anticipative measures in need of attention were related to Article 230 (road unworthiness as a contributing factor to cause accidents), and Article 273 (poor road conditions that might cause accidents, and in consequence of which, road authorities could face 5 year imprisonment in cases invloving fatalities).Keywords: proactive, reactive, action, road
UPAYA PENURUNAN TINGKAT FATALITAS TITIK RAWAN KECELAKAAN DI KABUPATEN GUNUNG KIDUL DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA Nohan Rudrokasworo, Silvanus; Tjahjono, Tri; Taufik Mulyono, Agus
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 9, No 2 (2009)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (450.227 KB) | DOI: 10.26593/jt.v9i2.352.%p

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Fatality level can be reduced with the deficiency safety program as an effort in handling the accident thatoccurred on the road. This study aims to investigate the influence of the road infrastructure condition and toassess the best solution to minimize the probability of the accident. The parameter used to determine thelocation of the study was based on AEK’s value, fatality’s level, and accident frequency. This study wascarried out in the black spot at Yogyakarta – Wonosari road, that were: (1) Bunder (KM 10+944 m); (2)Pekerjaan Umumtat (KM 7+864 m); and (3) Patuk (KM 0+874 m). This analysis was perfomed using the IKJwith measuring design deviation (geometric and road’s facilities harmonization) toward technical standard.Infrastructure improvements should be conducted to conform components based on the risk analysis.Handling priority of deficiency road infrastructure in the black spot should be based on: (1) traffic handling;(2) harmonization of fringe and mark; and (3) arrangement of road‘s facilities.Keywords: black spot, deficiency, fatality, IKJ, risk analysis
MODEL PERANGKAT LUNAK MONITORING DAN EVALUASI IMPLEMENTASI STANDAR MUTU JALAN DAERAH Taufik Mulyono, Agus; Santosa, Wimpy; Budi Suparma, Latif
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 12, No 2 (2012)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2036.087 KB) | DOI: 10.26593/jt.v12i2.471.%p

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One of the root problems causing early damages on provincial and district roads is road administrators’ and developers’ low compliance against the road standards. To deal with this issue, a systemic logic model has been developed to facilitate the monitoring and the evaluation analyses of road standards implementation. The model was written in Java Runtime Environment version 6 and designed to feature portability, acceptability, applicability, and useability. The model was developed based on expert survey and typology analysis to gather and select the determining variables and their indicators.Model application in the case of SNI 03-2853-1992(guidelines on constructing road foundation using crushed stones) implementation is demonstrated in this paper.The results showed 58.50% of the sample “own” the standard, 61.18% “understand” the standard, 60.52% “implement” the standard, 51.39% “oversee” the implementation of the standard, and therefore the overall implementation score for the said standard was 59.08%. The model developed in this study has the potentials to provide recommendations to road administrators on whether or not a standard needs revision or even abolition.Keywords: evaluation, monitoring, quality standard, provincial and local roads