STUDI DESKRIPSI SISTEM PERPARKIRAN DI GALERIA MALL YOGYAKARTA

 Tryas Purnama, Retna Hidayah

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ABSTRACT
This study is aimed to describe the eligibility of parking system at Galeria Mall Yogyakarta in
parking vehicle based on the standard of the Director General of Land Transportation and
NAASRA. The subjects of this study are parking spaces at Galeria Mall Yogyakarta, located on
Prof.Ir.Yohanes Street. The object of this study is the number of parking spaces available,
patterns and dimensions of the parking space, the dimensions of crossing tracks. The data
collection is done by conducting observation and field documentation. The findings of this study
which have been conducted indicate that: 1) In terms of quantity, the capacity of car parking
spaces: providing only 69% (149 units) out of 214 units that do not meet the standards of
calculation of Director General of land transportation, worth 2.8 / 100m² from 5.5/100m² so it
does not meet the NAASRA standards. While motorcycle parking space capacity provides
106% (408) out of 385 units so that it meets the standards of calculation. 2) In terms of quality
of SRP car parking area meets the standards: the parking angle and the parking spaces are
effective, Modules, Bp, Lp. SRP B1 floor car area meets the standards: the parking angle and
the parking spaces are also effective, car area on Bp, Lp. SRP B2 Floor meets the standards:
the parking angle and the parking spaces are effective (C1, C2, C3), module, the furthest width
of parking space (C1, C2, C3), Bp (C1, C3), Lp (C1, C2, C3). SRP Floor B2 motorcycle area
meets the standards: the parking angle and the parking spaces are effective.
Keywords: Dimension, Crossing Track, Capacity, Parking Space, SRP

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21831/inersia.v11i1.9946

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