DAMPAK PENINGKATAN KUALITAS JALAN LINGKAR BARAT ENREKANG TERHADAP PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN PERTANIAN

WAHAB, ABDUL (2009) DAMPAK PENINGKATAN KUALITAS JALAN LINGKAR BARAT ENREKANG TERHADAP PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN PERTANIAN. Masters thesis, UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO.

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Equipment and facilitation of Transportation as basic infrastructure is precondition of economic motion toward an area, whereas supporting system and equipment of transportation is mainly role toward efficiency and effectiveness of the area. The Production, food distribution, industry, export/trading, tourism, agroindustry and business, all will give benefit toward economic growth of an area / pedestrian area The purpose of this observation is to identify level of impact of quality escalation of ring road toward farming field development at west Enrekang area. While the target which aimed is to identify accessibility level and mobility around area, identifying field uses and its value, analyzing the productivity level, quality and farming quantity, analyzing income per capita level of society around west enrekang area. The common problems of this observation is to identify the quality escalation of the ring road which is not determined toward farming development at West Enrekang area, and emptiness observation or study which explains about impact resulted after west ring road is escalated on its quality. There are so many physical infrastructure investing which developed by Enrekang regency government but never exist its study to identify the benefit and successful toward purpose and initial target of the program, which caused infrastructure investing become ineffective, improper budget allocation, and slowed structure forming and the economic growth is not escalating. The analysis method which is used in this observation is qualitative descriptive approach by data formulating, and survey approaching both institutional and field. Survey approach is aimed to prove the hypothesis, determine the status similarity by comparing definite standard which being stated, and determine its symptoms status (Arikunto, 1998: 91). The affected border standard which used is 2,41-4 interval or 60,0 1%-1 00%, even below of the level means less of have no effect. This kind of approach is basic on observation conducted since this study is aimed to determine on how much the contribution on quality escalation of the ring road toward field development at west Enrekang area. From Study finding /conclusion of some analysis about variable which affected in quality escalation toward field development, has been concluded that accessibility level and mobility of society is increasing and very affected after the quality of road infrastructure investing is increased. Despite of increasing faster accessibility to interact with other area, then the land uses and field value of ring road area which less productive is change to be potential to give better commodity. From analysis result of some variable, the means is on affecting level with score interval as 2,99 - 3,4 or about 74,75% - 85%, while ownership of car has scored as 2,34 or 58,5% which related have no effect. The level of field uses, field valued, quantities and quality of production the society income, is means on interval as 2,75-3,36 or about 68,75%-84%, hence can be concluded affected as good. Recommendations for further study are: 1). Study toward field uses level is aimed primarily to conservation, for development sustainability 2). The next further study about specific term of economic function toward quality escalation of ring road by evaluated variables and elements which has effectible economic impact. Keywords: Ring road quality, farming field development

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Ring road quality, farming field development
Subjects:T Technology > TE Highway engineering. Roads and pavements
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Urban and Regional Planning
ID Code:7563
Deposited By:Mr mpwk undip
Deposited On:25 Mar 2010 08:48
Last Modified:25 Mar 2010 08:48

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