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Volume 328, 2021International Conference on Science and Technology (ICST 2021)
|Number of page(s)
|Resilience Infrastucture and Society, Transportation System, Smart Structure and Construction, Sustainability Infrastructure
|06 December 2021
Analysis Of Satisfaction and Priority Levels of Jaya Makmur Road Development in Supporting Kurik District as A Rice Surplus Area
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke 99600, Indonesia
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Merauke Regency as a national food place is anticipated to create 5.2 million tons of rice each year, identical to 5.41 percent of public rice creation in Indonesian and 88.92 percent of all Papua region. Kurik District is in the second position in Merauke Regency as the largest rice surplus area with a productivity of 47,376.15 tons or equivalent with 27.41 percent. The inadequate condition of road infrastructure resulted uneasy mobility in agriculture between regions. Finding the level of satisfaction between road performance and community expectations of road construction can be done using the Importance Performance Analysis (IPA) method. Meanwhile, the method used in determining road development priorities is the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results of the level of road satisfaction found a gap between road performance and community expectations, namely the need for performance development (quadrant I). While the hierarchical process obtained the priority for the development of the Jaya Makmur Village road is Main Road in Jaya Makmur Village with an eigenvector value of 2.73. This is because Main Road in Jaya Makmur is the main road of Jaya Makmur Village with a condition of 53.19 percent of which is a road with ground level.
Key words: Level Road satisfaction / road network development / national food storage
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