Siti Nurlaela

Siti Nurlaela
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember | ITS · Department of Regional and Urban Planning

Doctor of Philosophy

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Settlements in the city of Surabaya are growing rapidly along with the increasing number of residents in the city of Surabaya. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the population in the city of Surabaya has decreased. The city of Surabaya is included in the top 10 districts/cities with the highest cumulative number of deaths and the highest death rate per...
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CPTED studies has been popular since 1960-1970s, however studies in Indonesian city context showed limited references. This paper identified the need of CPTED study followed a massive MRT network development in Jakarta City, as the need for re-design and city beautification to fit with the vibrant TOD urban lifestyle may create moments as well to p...
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The viral transmission in public places and transportations can be minimized by following the world health organization (WHO) guideline. However, the uncertainty in a dynamic system complicates the social engagement to the physical distancing regulation. This study aims to overcome this obstacle in MRT stations and train by developing an adaptive q...
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The movement of commuter workers in Surabaya Metropolitan Area is dominated by private transportation modes users. Most commuter workers do not use public transportation for several accessibility reasons, such as long travel time (33.9%) and less practicality (32.7%). Previous research has been undertaken to encourage modal shifting from the perspe...
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The high noise exposure at MRT station due to the noises of the speeding trains can cause health problems for humans. This research aims to reduce the noise impact due to the speeding trains by modifying the design of the noise barrier on the outdoor MRT in Jakarta. The first step conducted in this research is a literature review on aerodynamics no...
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Research has shown that educational transportation can worsen congestion to 5.85%. In Surabaya, 88% of school trips are of automobiles. The school bus is among one of the bus-pooled strategies have made to reduce this automobile dependence. However, the limited bus coverage area and routes limited the services; thus, the buses’ modal share is low....
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Comfort of the train passengers is the main priority of modern mass rapid transit (MRT) management. Objective of this paper is to investigate the thermal comfort of the elevated MRT station in tropical climate. The first step of this study was to conduct literature review on human thermal comfort, environment ergonomics, computational fluid dynamic...
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The station development through transit oriented development principles in favor to transit patronage has emphasized the important of design, diversity and density. However, studies were lacking in identification of the level of combination of all these ingredients toward increasing ridership. Using the node-place balance perspective, the design, d...
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The system wide impacts principle is crucial in public policy formulation. Problems often emerged when decision makers had to decide the optimum policy. This paper discusses the need of an integrated point of view in designing a transport policy. TRESIS 1.4 is an example of a transport policy tool with an integrated assessment between transport, la...
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This paper provides an analysis of multinomial logit model (MNL) on tourist destination choice. The choice set consisted of the Tropical North Queensland (TNQ), competed with the California Beach, the Cornwall Beach, and "No Travel" choice. The MNL model was used to identify the best scenario that gave the TNQ a market leadership in accordance with...
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Public transport infrastructure creates the effect of agglomeration through transportation externalities. Effective density is an accessibility based agglomeration that was raised as a positive externality from public transportation investments. The aim of this paper is to understand whether public transport facility would induce agglomeration arou...
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The aim of this study is to investigate the impacts of, such as conventional, automatic toll gate with e-toll card (GTO) and On-Board Unit with Multi Lane Free Flow (MLFF) payment system on the level of queuing, such as the number of cars in queue, the amount of queue time, and the congestion costs due to queue. The queuing theory was used to compa...

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