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Title: Perancangan Jalur Pedestrian Kampus Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Menuju Walkable Campus
Authors: Wibawa, Isna Nugraha
Keywords: Jalur pedestrian;Lanskap kampus;Walkable campus
Issue Date: 2022
Abstract: Walkable Campus merupakan konsep desain pedestrian yang mengutamakan konektivitas, Aksesibilitas, keamanan, kenyamanan, dan keindahan. UKSW belum memiliki jalur pedestrian yang memadai. Dikarenakan pembangunan jalur pedestrian tidak merata, antar jalur pedestrian belum terhubung, dan pembagian jalur yang tidak jelas antara jalur pedestrian dan jalur kendaraan bermotor. Sehingga jalur pedestrian UKSW perlu dievaluasi agar dapat memenuhi kebutuhan pengguna. Evaluasi dilakukan menggunakan konsep walkable campus, sehingga penelitian ini bertujuan menghasilkan desain jalur pedestrian yang berdasarkan walkable campus. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah statistic deskriptif dan Scennic Beauty Estimation (SBE). Statistik deskriptif digunakan untuk mengevaluasi konektivitas, aksesibilitas, keamanan, dan kenyamanan. Sedangkan SBE digunakan untuk menilai keindahan. Terdapat 5 spot dari 3 zona dimana zona 1 memiliki 2 spot, zona 2 memiliki 1 spot, dan zona 3 memiliki 2 spot. Hasil uji statistik deskriptif menunjukkan bahwa konektivitas, aksesibilitas, keamanan, dan kenyamanan ketiga zona tersebut mendapat penilaian yang kurang baik dari pengguna. Oleh karena itu, hasil evaluasi persepsi pengguna digunakan untuk membuat rancangan desain. Rancangan yang diusulkan dibuat untuk memenuhi aspek konektivitas, aksesibilitas, keamanan, dan kenyamanan. Sedangkan hasil evaluasi SBE menunjukkan bahwa kondisi estetika jalur pedestrian eksisting dari 5 titik memiliki nilai SBE yang rendah jika dibandingkan dengan 3 rancangan usulan. Selain itu, evaluasi SBE digunakan untuk menentukan rekomendasi desain. Ada 5 desain yang memenuhi konsep walkable campus.
Walkable Campus is a pedestrian design concept that prioritizes connectivity, accessibility, security, comfort, and beauty. SWCU does not yet have adequate pedestrian paths. Due to the uneven development of pedestrian paths, between pedestrian paths are not yet connected, and the division of paths is not clear between pedestrian paths and motorized vehicle lanes. Therefore, the SWCU pedestrian path needs to be evaluated so that it can meet the needs of users. The evaluation was carried out using the walkable campus, so this study aims to produce a pedestrian path design based on a walkable campus. The research method used is descriptive statistics and Scennic Beauty Estimation (SBE). Descriptive statistics were used to evaluate connectivity, accessibility, security, and convenience. While SBE is used to assess beauty. There are 5 spots out of 3 zones where zone 1 has 2 spots, zone 2 has 1 spot, and zone 3 has 2 spots. The results of the descriptive statistical test show that the connectivity, accessibility, security, and comfort of the three zones received poor ratings from users. Therefore, the results of the evaluation of user perceptions are used to make a design proposal. The proposed design is made to meet the aspects of connectivity, accessibility, security, and comfort. While the results of the SBE evaluation show that the aesthetic condition of the existing pedestrian path of 5 points has a low SBE value when compared to the 3 proposed designs. In addition, the SBE evaluation was used to determine design recommendations. There are 5 designs that meet the walkable campus.
URI: https://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/26404
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