Identification of Early Damage Road Pavement Using AHP Method (Case Study: Road Province Technical Service Unit Road Management and Bridge in Jember)

  • Hasan Junaidi Department of Civil Engineering of Jember University, Jl. Kalimantan 37 jember 68121, Indonesia
  • RR. Dewi Junita Koesoemawati Department of Civil Engineering of Jember University, Jl. Kalimantan 37 jember 68121, Indonesia
  • Akhmad Hasanuddin Department of Civil Engineering of Jember University, Jl. Kalimantan 37 jember 68121, Indonesia
Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, Damage, Pavement

Abstract

The transportation system in Java is dominated by land transportation modes that use the highway as a infrastructure. The development of community activities in the island of Java to meet economic needs has led to a higher demand for goods transportation and an effect on road pavement conditions. The government can work to improve the existing road network system that can serve the movement of freight transportation as manifested in Minister of Public Works Decree No. 58 / KPTS / M / 2012 concerning the determination of road classes based on carrying capacity to receive the heaviest axle loads and dimensions of motor vehicles. In fact, many of the roads in Java have experienced premature damage before the planned age. Theoretically, road damage is divided into 3 types based on the stages of procurement of the road itself, namely the error of road planning, mistakes in the implementation of road construction, and errors in the function of the road when it has begun to operate. There are several methods that can be used to determine the factors of early damage on the road, one of them is the AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process) method. The use of the AHP method for determining strategies for handling road damage has been carried out by Zulfikar W et al (2013) and Saleh M Sofyan et al (2013). The results of the analysis show the factors that influence the damage to the road pavement, namely road planning (0.362), road conditions (0.297), usage (0.164) and environment / climate (0.176).

References

. Minister of Public Works Decree No 58/KPRS/M/2012

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Published
2020-06-17
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