Analysis of the Influence of Lebak Bulus Terminal Expansion Toward Land Use in The Environment

    Dayu Ariesta Kirana Sari ,Dea Dayana Ekahanny ,Laili Fuji Widyawati ,Diah Andari
    Keywords: Influence, Land Use, and Terminal Expansion ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    In the process of urban development, the terminal is one of the factors forming the structure of urban
    space that is important for changes in activity and land use around it. Infrastructure expansion influences
    the activities inside, the wider the infrastructure, the greater the impact on the surrounding environment.
    In 2012 the DKI Jakarta Government planned the construction of Jakarta Mass Rappid Transit (MRT) mass
    transportation and the Lebak Bulus Terminal selected as one of the Jakarta MRT Station Depots. In the
    construction of the Jakarta MRT Station, the Lebak Bulus Terminal will be expanded to 12 Ha for the needs
    of facilities and infrastructure to support the Jakarta MRT Station. This study aims to see the effect of the
    expansion of the Lebak Bulus Terminal on the use of land in the surrounding environment. The method
    used in this research is Quantitative Descriptive Analysis using Geographical Information Systems, assisted
    by Arcgis 10.1. The results of this study are that the expansion of the Lebak Bulus Terminal for the Jakarta
    MRT Station requires additional area from the previous terminal area of 2.20 Ha to 12 Ha, and requires the
    relocation of 103 buildings around the terminal to meet the needs of the terminal land for the construction
    of the Jakarta MRT Station. The expansion of the Lebak Bulus Terminal influences land use changes,
    especially in residential land use which decreased by 10% from 2010 to 2015 land use, trade and service
    land use increased by 2% from 2010 to 2015, and green space decreased by 4 % from 2010 to 2015.

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