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  1. Peran Iklan Layanan Masyarakat dalam Sosialisasi Program Busway oleh Pemprov DKI: Proses Sosialisasi Program Busway

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    Didier Neonisa

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available This research is based on the increasing numbers for traffic level in Jakarta and also less facilitated mass transportation; therefore the district government of DKI Jakarta built another mass transportation (busway as one solution for the problems. The local government of DKI Jakarta uses mass media, especially television, to socialize the busway transportation for community. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative along with interview and related documentation as data gathering technique. The research uses theories like mass communication theory, including mass media, television, and advertising. The research result is known that public service advertising has a big role for the government of DKI Jakarta as socialization media for busway transportation; however that does not followed by the right socialization process.

  2. 母线槽短路耐受强度试验故障分析%Fault Analysis of Busway Short Circuit Withstand Strength Test

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    董雪礼

    2015-01-01

    针对母线槽在短路耐受强度型式试验过程中遇到的一些故障,结合IEC60865-1、IEC/TS 60865-2和GB 7251.2—2006标准,以及试验过程中采集到的示波图,分析了产生类似故障的原因。探讨了母线槽承受短时间、大电流所形成的电动力和热效应的能力,并对母线槽导体截面积的选择排列和绝缘支撑件的布局、安装方式提出建议。%Aiming at some faults encountered in the process of busway short circuit withstand strength test, combining with the internation-al standards IEC60865-1 and IEC/TS60865-2, national standard GB7251.2—2006, and oscillograms collected in the experiment, this paper analyzed the causes leading to analogous faults. Discussion was made to the capability of busway forming electrodynamic force and heat ef-fect under a short period of time and large current. This paper puts forward some reasonable suggestions to the selection and arrangement of busway conductor cross-section, layout of insulation support and installation methods.

  3. ANALISIS DAN PERANCANGAN SISTEM KARCIS ELEKTRONIK PADA GERBANG MASUK BUSWAY DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN RFID

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    S. Liawatimena

    2010-11-01

    concluded in general the performance of the system is running well, but the response time was not optimal. Some improvements to the system needed to improve system performance, such as raising response time, improved data security, and online systems.

  4. PERENCANAAN DAN ANALISIS BIAYA INVESTASI ANTARA PERKERASAN KAKU DENGAN PERKERASAN LENTUR PADA JALUR TRANS JAKARTA BUSWAY: STUDI KASUS PADA TRANS JAKARTA BUSWAY KORIDOR 8 ANTARA HALTE PONDOK INDAH 2 HINGGA HALTE PERMATA HIJAU

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    Eduardi Prahara

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Types of rigid pavement for road has been widely used in Indonesia, ranging from toll roads to the outer town road. Rigid pavement is considered more powerful than the flexible pavement. In other words, rigid pavement is expected to have a longer service life and minimal maintenance. The construction cost for rigid pavement is more expensive compared to flexible pavement. While the need for rigid pavement maintenance is cheaper than for flexible pavement. Seen from investment point of view, rigid pavement is more profitable than flexible pavement, because the annual fee required for rigid pavement is less. Due to the comparations, an analysis is performed in this study to select which type of pavement is best used in the future.

  5. 46 CFR 111.59-3 - No mechanical cooling.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 46 Shipping 4 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false No mechanical cooling. 111.59-3 Section 111.59-3 Shipping COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Busways § 111.59-3 No mechanical cooling. A busway must not need mechanical...

  6. New technologies incorporated to the standards of secondary voltage electric power distribution: pad-mounted transformers, condominium underground network and electronic measurements; Novas tecnologias incorporadas aos padroes de fornecimento de energia eletrica em tensao secundaria de distribuicao: transformadores pedestal, redes subterraneas em condominios e medicao eletronica

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    Costa, Edilson L.; Silva, Francisco L.; Oliveira, Joao J.S.; Aguillera, Marco A. [ELETROPAULO, Sao Paulo, SP (Brazil). E-mail: joaosantos@eletropaulo.com.br

    1999-07-01

    This paper presents a general view on the new technologies, available in the electric power industry, incorporated to the standards of electric power supplying for secondary voltage distribution, and also the utilization of electronic meters, EURIDIS protocol and bus-way type bars.

  7. 77 FR 15310 - Environmental Impact and Related Procedures

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    2012-03-15

    ... poles; underground wiring, cables, and information systems; and power substations and transfer stations..., busways and streetcar lines within existing transportation right-of-way; and parking facilities'' This...) (``Transportation corridor fringe parking facilities''); 23 CFR 771.117(d)(8) (``Construction of new bus storage...

  8. STOCHASTIC BUS DISPATCHING MODEL UNTUK OPTIMALISASI JUMLAH BUS TRANSJAKARTA KORIDOR 3

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    Zahedi

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The increasing number of road user causing traffic jam finds out a way, busway. However, in its implementation, the number of fleet available does not enough to take the passengers. It results in the an amassed of passengers at several bus stops. This leads to passenger dissatisfaction satisfaction which eventually causes Transjakarta users to reuse private cars. Definitely this situation may builds up traffic jams. Stochastic Bus Dispatching Model is used to simulate public transportation that operates regularly.

  9. Bus rapid transit (BRT) and transitoriented development (TOD) : How to transform and adjust the Swedish cities for attractive bus systems like BRT? What demands BRT?

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    Stojanovski, Todor

    2013-01-01

    Bus rapid transit (BRT) is an innovative bus system with sophisticated vehicles and inflexible busways integrated in the cities, high capacity and high quality, high speed and frequency, distinctive image and comfort. Many in Sweden believe that is impossible to introduce BRT, even though the Swedish towns and cities can benefit from the image, speed and frequency that BRT symbolizes. The archipelago-like urbanization, urban sprawl and the uncompetitive journey times of public transportation ...

  10. Land use impacts of rapid transit: implications of recent experience. Final report

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    Knight, R.L.; Trygg, L.L.

    1977-08-01

    Evidence of land use impacts of recent major rapid transit improvements are reviewed and conclusions drawn concerning the extent and nature of such impacts and the conditions under which they have occurred. Transit improvements studied are primarily post-World War II in origin. American and Canadian examples are stressed, although European experience is teated briefly. Virtually all major modern American and Canadian rapid transit investments are included, covering conventional rapid rail, commuter rail, light rail and bus/busway. In addition to conclusions on general patterns of land use impact and causes, research recommendations and Federal policy implications are drawn.

  11. Empirical Assessment on Factors Affecting Travel Time of Bus Rapid Transit

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    Fergyanto E Gunawan

    2015-01-01

    Since the beginning of the century, many cities around the world adopt the bus rapid transit (BRT) system to fulfill their need of mass transportation system. The system features with platform-level boarding, bus lanes in the central verge of the road, off-vehicle fare collection, and physically protected busway. So far, these criteria are considered to be the most important aspects with respect to the BRT performance. In this research, we intend to study to what extent the BRT performance ma...

  12. Empirical Assessment on Factors Affecting Travel Time of Bus Rapid Transit

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    Fergyanto E Gunawan

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Since the beginning of the century, many cities around the world adopt the bus rapid transit (BRT system to fulfill their need of mass transportation system. The system features with platform-level boarding, bus lanes in the central verge of the road, off-vehicle fare collection, and physically protected busway. So far, these criteria are considered to be the most important aspects with respect to the BRT performance. In this research, we intend to study to what extent the BRT performance may be affected by the interference of the mixed traffic during the BRT operation. We adopt an empirical approach by observing the phenomenon unfolding in the eleven TransJakarta BRT corridors. The TransJakarta BRT operates in the city of Jakarta, the capital of the Republic of Indonesia. We record the travel time data from station to station for the case where the TransJakarta bus can travel smoothly and the case where the traveling bus is interfered with the mixed traffic. For the cases, we evaluate the travel time variation. As the results, we found that the Corridor 1 of TransJakarta BRT has the best performance in term of the travel time variation. For the two directions, the corridor has the mean travel time of 34 min, the standard deviation of 3 min, and the travel time variation of 8%. On this corridor, the mixed-traffic interference is relatively negligible. On the Corridor 7, the two-direction travel times have the mean of 45 min, the standard deviation of 8 min, and the travel time variation of 16%. On the Corridor 9, the twodirection travel times have the mean of 1 hr and 25 min, the standard deviation of 11 min, and the travel time variation of 14%. On the last two corridors, the busways are heavily interfered by the mixed traffic; thus, the end-to-end travel times are significantly uncertain although only very few road segments are interfered. The research leads us to a conclusion that the interference, although only occurs on a road segment, may