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Nilai dan Pola Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Indeks pada Jalur Commuter Line Bogor - Jakarta Kota

Dewanti Aisyah Legowo  -  Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
*Widyawati Sumadio scopus  -  University of Indonesia, Indonesia
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Designate as a sustainable city, Jakarta continues to improve its various public facilities, among others, by applying the TOD concept. This study aims to analyse the value and pattern of the TOD index on the Bogor-Jakarta Kota Commuter Line lane. The study was conducted on seven TOD commuter line between Bogor and Jakarta Kota railway stations. Data collecting was done by downloading information from various sources and observe the railway stations by visiting directly to the stations. Furthermore, the results of the data are categorized according to variables and criteria specified in the TOD Index from Singh (2015). Descriptive analysis is used to divide TOD typology into city TOD and neighbourhood TOD. The results show that the highest TOD index value is found at Jakarta Kota Station which is the City TOD and the lowest value is at Tanjung Barat Station TOD which is the neighbourhood TOD. The form of the TOD index varies. Depok railway station that lies in the southern part and Jakarta Kota railway station situated in the northern part of the lane have high indexes. While railway stations that lie between these two stations have low indexes. The most influential variable is the internal variable, which shows by the station facilities. Office area and access back and forth to the stations are criteria that are the most important among other external variables. The conclusion of this study shows that a high index value does not always correspond to the TOD status, either as neighbourhood TOD or as city TOD. In TOD with a high index, the two variables do not always give the same role.

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Keywords: TOD index; transit oriented development (TOD); transportation; urban development

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