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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Stakeholders Participation : Public Transport Management In Pinrang Regency

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AUTHOR(S)

Muhammad Bibin, Ani Ardian

 

KEYWORDS

Management, Transportation, Stakeholders.

 

ABSTRACT

Public transportation in Pinrang Regency becomes the immediate priority for policy dealing with public transportation passengers. The problem occurs as the lack of supervision, public transportation fares, route system settings, and hierarchy of transportation carrying passengers to the station. Therefore, the role of Stakeholders for integrated management, strategic, and sustainable system to support the management design on the public transport passengers within the scope of the problem management and operation is necessary to be done. This study aimed to identify the role of Stakeholders based on the influence level and their interests on public transportation in Pinrang Regency. Data were collected through observation field and in-depth interviews to the Stakeholders. Data were analyzed using Stakeholders analysis method. The results showed that Stakeholders who engaged in the management of public transport in Pinrang Regency are divided into two groups, namely key players (high interests and power in public transportation management) and actors (low interests with high power in public transport management). Stakeholders included in key players are the head of Pinrang Regency regional parliaments (DPRD), Pinrang Regent, head of Pinrang Regency Regional Development Planning Agency (BAPPEDA), head of Pinrang Regency financial management agency, head of Pinrang regional department of transportation, and head of Pinrang department of environmental affairs. Stakeholders included in actors are community figures, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and academics. Stakeholders in key players must be more active to evaluate new strategies for public transport management. Stakeholders should design some policies with well-managed and establised monitoring. The work of key player Stakeholders can be optimized by the role of actors to inform the key player Stakeholders.

 

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