Analysis Of Jayapura Port Parking Space Needs


  • Hendy Carlson


Characteristics, parking requirements, Jayapura port


Parking is an important element in the overall road transportation infrastructure. Parking problems often occur in urban transportation systems, both in big cities and in developing cities, including Jayapura Harbor. Increased arrivals and departures have an impact on increasing vehicle ownership and parking needs. The purpose of this research is to analyze parking space requirements. The method used is a direct survey in the field, including recording vehicle entry and exit to collect vehicle data. Vehicle data analysis is carried out to obtain information about parking volume, accumulation, duration, parking capacity, availability, turnover rate and parking index. The analysis results show that 2-wheeled and 4-wheeled vehicles have the highest parking volume, with a parking duration of around 4-5-6 hours. The current parking capacity is insufficient to accommodate the number of vehicles currently parked, with the average parking turnover rate being quite high.


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How to Cite

Hendy Carlson. (2024). Analysis Of Jayapura Port Parking Space Needs. International Journal of Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering, 1(1), 10–24. Retrieved from