Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik https://jurnal.poltradabali.ac.id/jttl <p><strong>Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik</strong> merupakan terbitan berkala Pusat Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (P3M) Politeknik Transportasi Darat Bali (POLTRADA Bali). Artikel jurnal ini merupakan hasil penelitian lapangan <em>(field research)</em>, studi literatur, dan penelitian kebijakan publik. Tujuan penerbitan untuk mendesiminasikan hasil penelitian ilmiah dalam bidang transportasi, otomotif dan logisitik, dalam peningkatan kualitas pembangunan sektor transportasi publik. <strong>Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik </strong>diterbitkan pertama kali dengan ISSN <a href="https://issn.brin.go.id/terbit/detail/1578467483" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2716-2990</a> versi cetak dan ISSN <a href="https://issn.brin.go.id/terbit/detail/1597372272" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2745-8954</a> versi online pada Volume 1 No 1 Juni 2020. <strong>Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik</strong> terbit 2 kali dalam setahun yaitu bulan terbitan Juni dan Desember. Artikel yang terbit di <strong>Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik</strong> telah melalui proses telaah sejawat yang memiliki keahlian yang relevan. </p> Pusat Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat Poltrada Bali en-US Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik 2716-2990 Design and Development of A Traffic Light Simulation Model Based on Arduino Microcontroller https://jurnal.poltradabali.ac.id/jttl/article/view/257 <p>Congestion is one of the transportation problems with the highest percentage to occur at every intersection in all corners of the region. Efforts can be made to solve these problems by making the traffic light regulation system (APILL) in general, APILL still uses static cycle time with cable networks as interconnects between lamp poles, making it difficult to adjust the phase and cycle time referring to traffic conditions that tend to be dynamic, even requiring high procurement and maintenance costs for underground cables. Based on the above, the research team wants to create a simulation mockup of APILL whose cycle time and phase can be set through calculations on the Android platform with wireless interconnection, as well as can be used as a learning facility for cadets/I to provide an understanding of the applicable phase at the intersection, to be able to analyze the performance of an intersection and how APILL works on roads.</p> Riz Rifai Oktavianus Sasue Putu Eka Suartawan I Wayan Yudi Martha Wiguna Copyright (c) 2024 Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2024-06-30 2024-06-30 5 1 25 36 10.52920/jttl.v5i1.257 Autonomous Bus Transit Simulation In The Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) Area https://jurnal.poltradabali.ac.id/jttl/article/view/258 <p>The Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) area is a tourism area located in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia and has now become one of the main tourist destinations in Bali. Adopting autonomous transit bus technology in the BTDC area will show commitment to innovation and a modern image of tourism in Bali, after the Bali Provincial Government showed its seriousness in supporting the use of electric vehicles in tourism areas. The aim of this research is to find out the working steps of the electronic system for simulating an autonomous transit bus and produce a prototype of an autonomous transit bus. The research was carried out using the research and development (R&amp;D) method which focuses on development with the aim of expanding or exploring further a theory or its application with certain developments. The results of the research show that the working steps of the electronic system for simulating an autonomous transit bus prototype are with a control system using the tracking principle of line tracer sensors with a line follower algorithm in passenger bus type mass transportation in tourism/BTDC areas. The autonomous transit bus prototype has been successfully tested by testing motor driver, motor reaction, object detection, and trajectory tracking without experiencing any problems</p> Arif Devi Dwipayana Adrian Pradana Riz Rifai Oktavianus Sasue I Wayan Adiyasa Copyright (c) 2024 Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2024-06-30 2024-06-30 5 1 37 52 10.52920/jttl.v5i1.258 Trip Assignment Modeling for Transportation in Denpasar City Using PTV Visum Software https://jurnal.poltradabali.ac.id/jttl/article/view/256 <p>Mapping and macro transportation modelling are methods used to obtain an overview and analysis of transportation conditions at the macro level, encompassing all road segments in urban areas. Critical constraints on road segments can be identified through this process. Macro transportation modelling serves as a tool for studying the implementation of problem-solving policies, allowing the anticipated outcomes to be analysed through simulations in transportation modelling. This research has a specific goal: to understand the travel patterns of the population in the city of Denpasar. Calibration and validation processes in the PTV Visum modelling are conducted to test the validity of the created macrosimulation model. The trip assignment results are generated through PTV Visum modeling. The research methodology involves quantitative analysis using household interview surveys, traffic counting, correlational studies, and macrosimulation modelling. Calibration is performed by calculating the beta coefficient value (with specific calculated values), time matrices, and distance matrices to measure travel impedance functions. Validation is conducted by evaluating the Generalised Exponential Horn (GEH) value, which is less than 5, to ensure the alignment between travel output in the model and field survey data from traffic counting. From the analysis of a sample of 2,725 households, a total of 2,165,876 daily trips were obtained. Types of trips include movements from internal to internal zones (2,115,602 trips), from internal to external zones (28,799 trips), from external to internal zones (19,319 trips), and from external to external zones (2,159 trips) per day. Roads with the highest traffic volume in a single day include Hasanudin Street (42,524 pcu/hour), Diponogoro Street (42,282 pcu/hour), Sudirman Street (31,062 pcu/hour), Sutoyo Street (30,180 pcu/hour), and Sumatra Street (23,515 pcu/hour).</p> Putu Eka Suartawan Putu Diva Ariesthana Sadri Dwi Wahyu Hidayat Copyright (c) 2024 Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2024-06-30 2024-06-30 5 1 17 24 10.52920/jttl.v5i1.256 Investigation of Networked Minimarket Development https://jurnal.poltradabali.ac.id/jttl/article/view/255 <p>The growth of network minimarkets in Bali is growing very rapidly, including in Tabanan district. This needs to get the attention of the regional government and local village officials to reduce the negative impact of network minimarkets which are increasingly mushrooming. This research uses primary data in the form of interviews and questionnaires which will later be processed using SWOT analysis to obtain indicators regarding the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges of building a new minimarket in Samsam Village. Of course, validity and reliability tests are also carried out to ensure that the questionnaire form that has been prepared based on interviews is truly valid and reliable to be used as a tool for obtaining research data. This research took the study area in Samsam Village, Kerambitan District, Tabanan Regency, Bali . It is hoped that this research can provide meaningful input to the regional government and local village officials in making policies on granting permits to build networked minimarkets in Samsam Village. So that the existence of the Bali Land Transportation Polytechnic Campus in Samsam Village can provide positive color and benefits to Samsam Village, Tabanan Regency, Bali. The results of this research show that the SWOT Indicator Analysis of networked minimarket development in Samsam Village, Tabanan Regency, Bali has 4 strength factors (Strength). ), 2 weakness factors (Weakness), 3 opportunity factors (Opportunities), and 3 threat factors (Threats). Where the results of the analysis are in quadrant 1, which means that building a new network minimarket in the Samsam Village area, Tabanan Regency, Bali is still feasible. Meanwhile, based on factor analysis and priority matrix, the results showed that the new networked minimarket construction location that received a positive response from local village officials and communities was in the Banjar Dinas Samsam 1 area (Jalan Cempaka Putih).</p> Putu Diva Ariesthana Sadri Putu Eka Suartawan Putu Ayu Govika Krisna Dewi Copyright (c) 2024 Jurnal Teknologi Transportasi dan Logistik https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2024-06-30 2024-06-30 5 1 7 16 10.52920/jttl.v5i1.255