Toll Gate Capacity Analysis (Case Study:Sentul Toll Gate 2)

Mufhidin, A and Febriansyah, D. A and Rifai, A. I and Isradi, M (2022) Toll Gate Capacity Analysis (Case Study:Sentul Toll Gate 2). Journal World of Innovation and Technology, 3 (1). pp. 14-20.

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Toll roads are organized to support optimal traffic movement and increase the efficiency of distribution services in order to support increased economic growth, especially in areas with a high level of economic development. Along with the development of the city in Bogor, West Java, the need for toll road infrastructure is also getting higher, where every year toll road users is increasing, so that the increase in toll road users will have an impact on increasing queues which cause congestion, especially during peak hours on weekdays. Long queues of vehicles at the Sentul 2 toll gate location on the alternative sentul road often result in traffic jams on arterial roads and around the toll gate locations. For this reason, this research is needed to determine the capacity and needs that can be accommodated by the toll gate at the time of arrival and also evaluate or plan the number of substations at Sentul 2 Toll Gate to match the capacity that can be served and there are no long queues. From the calculation of the capacity that can be served, the average service level and the arrival rate using the FIFO queue, the ideal number of substations at the Sentul 2 toll gate requires 4 toll booths to anticipate long queues. Keywords Capacity, Service Level, Queue

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: School of Civil Engineering and Planning > Civil Engineering
Depositing User: Rio Gusma Hendra
Date Deposited: 20 Dec 2022 04:04
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2022 04:04

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