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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) To Determine Location Priority Scale For Bridge Widening At Lawang-Malang Road, Indonesia

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Kholilah, Subandiyah Azis, Tiong Iskandar



allocation of funds, bridge maintenance, priority scale.



This research is conducted to obtain the aspect weight and criteria as well as to obtain the order of alternative rank of widening bridge in Lawang-Malang road and also to obtain priority to determine the widening of bridge which will be adjusted with the available budget ceiling. The research method used is Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) towards the answers from questionnaires distributed to 15 respondents from people who know and get involved in the allocation of bridge widening fund in Lawang-Malang road segment. Based on the results of research and data analysis, it is found that the aspect orders as the priority consideration of the bridge widening are the aspect of the area development (A), the aspect of Development Outcome (C), the aspect of Cost (D), the aspect of Technical Execution (E) with each weight of 0.462, 0.202, 0.178, and 0.158 .While the alternative order of Lawang-Malang bridge that needs to have widening project is Kalewak Bridge (E5) with weight of 0.415, Karanglo Bridge (E4) with weight of 0.315, Kalisurak Bridge (E2) with weight of 0.144, Simping Bridge 1 (E1) with weight of 0.085, and Mondoroko Bridge (E3) with weight of 0.041. In addition, the priority orders of the bridge determination that will get widening adjusted to the available budget ceiling are Kalimewek Bridge (E5), Karanglo Bridge (E4) and Kalisurak Bridge (E2).



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