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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 12, December 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analysis of Investment Feasibility to Pedestrian Bridge in Muara Teweh - Jingah

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Laode Abd. Rahman, Subandiyah Azis, Bambang Wedyatadji



Bridge, BCR, IRR, NPV.



The research aimed to analyze the needs of the construction of the Crossing Bridge of Muara Teweh - Jingah. The type of the research including the applied research was research concerning the application of theory to solve certain problems. The location of this research was at the Bridge Crossing of Muara Teweh - Jingah in North Barito District. Data analysis technique was feasibility study. The result of the research showed that: (1) the construction of the Crossing Bridge of Muara Teweh - Jingah is needed to reduce the traffic density; the traffic of the daily transportation in the development area has an effort to balance the traffic volume with road capacity in order to avoid LOS decrease and increase people's prosperity level, (2) the celebration of the construction of Muara Teweh - Jingah Crossing Bridge in terms of technical and economic and cultural aspects, is stated to have fulfilled the feasibility, (3) the feasibility of bridge development in terms of economic and cultural aspects is fulfilled, because the value of BCR is greater than > 1.0 and interest rate that is applicable is equal to 12% (in 2015). Finally, the bridge construction is feasible to be implemented.



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