Determination Sustainability Status in Urban Infrastructure and Policy Recommendation for Development Case Study: Bandarlampung City, Indonesia

Citra Persada, Santun R.P. Sitorus, Marimin ., dan Ruchyat Deni Djakapermana


There are many aspects and actors involved in city infrastructure development require a comprehensive and integrated policy towards sustainabilty. Therefore it is important to identify the measuring instrument determine the ability to build a sustainable infrastructure.  In order to determine the key indicators of this study, stakeholder assessment, public opinion and assessment of existing infrastructure planning documents were included. The aims of this paper were to identify key indicator for sustainable infrastructure development policy by analizing indicators in sustainable infrastructure development and analizing sustainability status of city infrastructure. The results of review on previous studies and discussions with experts set 5 dimensions  and 47 attributes of sustainable infrastructure development.  By using Rapid Appraisal of Infrastructure (Rapinfra) analysis indicated that the sustainability status of Bandarlampung infrastructure was less sustainable with a value of 38.05 %. Meanwhile, Analytic Network Process (ANP) analysis of the composite indicator produced 8 key indicators of the most influential in the development of sustainable infrastructure, they consisted of: air quality, growth of built up area, community participation, citizen behavior, local economic growth, water availability, infrastructure planning and infrastructure budgets.

Keywords: ANP, key indicators, Rapinfra, sustainability infrastructure, city

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