Potential Use of Student’s Travel Pattern for Integrated Transportation System Planning in Yogyakarta

Ahmad Priyo Sambodo, Dian Wahyu Utami


Yogyakarta is known as an education city because it has many high-rank universities, it leads to the high number of students living in Yogyakarta. The student who lives in Yogyakarta makes a significant contribution to the economy. However, the differences in activities and movement among the students causing high and varied transportation needs, leading to an increase in the number of vehicles that while the road capacity is still stagnant. This phenomenon is unavoidable because there is no effective and reachable mass transportation system. Identifying the pattern of weekly student trips can be used as one of the main considerations for this study. Identification of travel patterns can explain the flow, characteristic, and needed of commuters, so it can be used as a basic but precise reference to create a transportation system that suits their needs with high efficiency and occupancy rate.

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