Location Determinants of Campus Bus Stop to Support Green Campus Program
Tamimi, Dzul Khairina
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The basic principle of green transportation planning in the UNS campus is to reduce the number of motor vehicles in the campus area by: improving the comfort of pedestrians, increasing usage of bicycles and campus buses and restricting the usage of parking lots. UNS needs to prepare the infrastructures required to support the success of the program, including the provision of campus bus stop locations. The characteristic of UNS is hilly, with many alternative roads leading to the areas of certain faculties requiring special consideration in determining the locations of the campus bus stops. Therefore, this study analyzes the determinants of the location of special campus bus stop in UNS which fit users requirements and qualify for safety and comfort requirements of users of the campus buses and other road users. The most important determinants of the location of the stop, from the most important determinant to the least important, were 1) comfortable and shady location, followed by 2) within walking distance to destination, 3) integrated with other modes, and the last was 4 ) good road geometry condition.