COMPARISON ANALYSIS OF ACCESSIBILITY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR VULNERABLE ELDERLY AND DISABLED BETWEEN SOUTH KOREA-INDONESIA (SOUTH KOREA SUBWAY AND JAKARTA COMMUTER RAILWAY STATION)

  • Riris Aryanti MSTT - Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta
  • Siti Malkhamah MSTT - Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta
  • Kim Jeong Hyun Korea Railroad Research Institute
  • Il Joon Chang Gachon University
Keywords: accessibility, inclusive environment, elderly and disabled, infrastructure design aspect, rank weighted method, SWOT, strategic action plan

Abstract

Accessibility is about giving equal access to everyone and without being able to access facilities and services, a person with disabilities will never be fully included (United Nation, 2007). The friendly environment is the one of human prospect life, accessibility becomes the real fact to create sustainability environment fulfil people mobility needs. Proper access is important to support their availability access, happily and independently life. Most of the public facilities in South Korea and Western countries have provided proper access for elderly and disabled. Unlike Indonesia, accessibility standard has not been applied appropriately. The aim of this research is highlighting the assessment result of railway station infrastructure by using Rank Weighted Method and SWOT analysis to know the affecting factors for creating the strategic action plan regarding accessibility railway infrastructure for the elderly and disabled. Create the friendly and inclusive environment by give the best infrastructure design standard of Jakarta Commuter Railway public services accessible to their beneficiaries disregarding their physical, mental or language limitations and urging the needs of improving safety awareness and empowering the disabled society with more access to using rail commuter railway in Jakarta.

Published
2018-09-11
How to Cite
Aryanti, R., Malkhamah, S., Hyun, K. and Chang, I. (2018) “COMPARISON ANALYSIS OF ACCESSIBILITY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR VULNERABLE ELDERLY AND DISABLED BETWEEN SOUTH KOREA-INDONESIA (SOUTH KOREA SUBWAY AND JAKARTA COMMUTER RAILWAY STATION)”, Prosiding Forum Studi Transportasi antar Perguruan Tinggi. Available at: https://ojs.fstpt.info/index.php?journal=prosiding&page=article&op=view&path[]=208 (Accessed: 18October2018).