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ISSN / EISSN : 0852-7458 / 2356-0266
Published by: Diponegoro University (10.14710)
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Mirza Permana, Santun Risma Pandopatan Sitorus, Darmawan Darmawan
Published: 31 August 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 307-319; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.3.307-319

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Peri Urban Area is a unique region with spatial dynamics that continues to experience changes that have an important role to play in the urban life in the future. There are 8 sub-districts in Malang Regency which are directly adjacent to Malang City and have a significant influence on the development of the city. Objectives of this research are to determine the dynamics of land use change from 2008 - 2018 and to predict land use in 2030. The method used is the analysis of land use changes from landsat TM 8 images in 2008 and 2013 to predict land use in 2018 which then tested the validity to get a level of accuracy. The results showed the development of built-up area has increased by 12% while agricultural land has experienced a declining trend. Significant changes occurred in Singosari, Pakisaji and Karangploso sub-district. Validation of land use between the predictions of 2018 and actual land use in 2018 showed that the value of kappa was quite high, at 87%. The trend of land use in peri-urban areas until the year 2030 is predicted to have built up area of 26,456 ha, which means an increase 17,686 ha (33.6%) from the existing year 2018. The potential incompatibility of the RTRW with the predicted land use in 2030 is 11,950 ha or 22.7%.
Edward Gondo Kusuma, Njo Anastasia
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 252-262; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.252-262

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Previous research focused on the conditions, awareness, and priorities of tenants for property maintenance in housing and middle-class flats, so that simple flats have not received special attention related to property maintenance issues. This study aims to determine the maintenance priority, the reasons given by tenants to maintain simple flat, the correlation between maintenance priorities and the reasons for maintain. The method used was a survey by distributing questionnaires. Property maintenance is divided into three such as structure, architecture and utility. The results show that each tenant has different priorities on property maintenance and their reasoning behind it. Disagreements occur in each of the tenants, where some of them are more concerned with maintenance and reasons for utility maintenance rather than structure and architecture maintenance. The more important the maintenance is, the stronger reason to do the maintenance. This research provides benefit to the management, namely the Surabaya City Governement, to develop procedures that can be proposed by tenants to obtain maintenance for damaged flat in accordance with priority needs of tenants. The managers can also develop maintenance strategies before and after damaged occur.
, Zendy Nugraha Nursaputra, Aris Subagiyo, Mayang Wigayatri
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 281-297; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.281-297

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Tambaksari Village is one of the villages located in Sumbermanjing Wetan District, the main activity of which is agriculture. However, data from Malang Regency in Figures for 2019 shows that 316 residents were recorded leaving the Sumbermanjing District to work as migrant workers. Migration of people outside the village can result in reduced resources for village development and agricultural land managers, most of whom are in rural areas. The aim of this study is to determine the impact of the Internet on young people 's intention to migrate abroad in terms of use. Based on the survey results, the entire Tambakasri Village area has been served by a mobile Internet network, as well as WiFi hotspots in several locations (Tambakasri Village Office and several coffee shops). Descriptive statistics and SEM-PLS were the data analysis method used. Based on the results of the analysis, it is known that the variable with the greatest total effect in the measurement of the INTENSE variable is the KONTEN variable + 0.001 (INFRAS and USE are negative). This means that the variable CONTEN is the variable that has the most dominant influence on the INTENSI variable in international migration, but can not be separated from INFRAS and USE. Based on the results of the test hypotheses, it is known that the Internet Influence variable consisting of indicators A, B and C has a significant effect on the International Youth Migration Intents variable in rural areas with an effect value based on the R-Squared value of 0.47 or 47 percent.
Byna Kameswara, Tia Adelia Suryani
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 190-200; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.190-200

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In sustainable development, infrastructure has an important role, although infrastructure growth and investment have positive and negative impacts. Indonesia has a strategic program in the form of infrastructure improvement. However, due to the condition of Indonesia which is an archipelago, infrastructure development has only concentrated on Java, especially in Jakarta City. This resulted in a gap in infrastructure development outside of Java. This study identifies the relationship between infrastructure and the regional economy in Indonesia. Indonesia is an archipelagic country so that long-distance transportation, such as using airports, is an absolute necessity to support equitable economic activities and support sustainable development. The relationship between traffic on airports and regional economies is still debating and growing. Therefore, by looking at the characteristics of the archipelagic country, it is interesting to see the relationship between infrastructure and the regional economy in Indonesia. This research aims to provide an understanding of the effect of economic growth in airports and be able to be a stakeholder consideration to making policies about air transportation and regional economic growth evenly on island geography conditions such as Indonesia. The relationship between the two in this study is shown by looking at traffic in airports and 17 economic sectors of GRDP in six different regencies with similar characteristics. The model show the relationship in this study. This model built using a regression approach. The results of this model show the relationship between traffic in airports with regional economic sectors, especially outside the island of Java. The results of this study can be concluded that the effect is found between the economic sectors of the region on the existence of airports
Pipin Yunita Sari, Soekmana Soma, Linda Dwi Rohmadiani
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 298-306; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.298-306

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The incidence of fires in the city of Sidoarjo in the last 5 years has increased. The main causes of the majority of fires were settlement activities and weeds. The aim of this study was to evaluate the level of fire protection facilities and infrastructure services in the urban settlements of Sidoarjo City based on Minister of Public Works Regulation No.20 / PRT / M / 2009 concerning Technical Guidelines for Fire Protection Management. The study area consisted of Sidoarjo District, Candi District and Buduran District. The research approach used is descriptive evaluative research. The results showed that the level of fire protection facilities and infrastructure services in the city of Sidoarjo was still 48%, it needed an increase in the aspects of the completeness of the Fire Extinguishers building, the availability of fire stations and hydrants as well as increasing community participation.
Alifia Nada Putri Galuh, Rini Rachmawati
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 159-170; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.159-170

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The Implementation of e-government has been established with the Instruction of President. Application of e-government is a research topic that has received a lot attention because of its improve the function and management of the city by utilizing Information and Communication Technology to improve the quality of public services. In this research focused on one application of e-government that called Mobile City. This study observe 22 application that has been implemented in 22 regencies/cities. This study have goals to identify and compare all 22 Mobile City Applocation to get the rank of the regency/city based on the quality of its application and research city with the best application . The results of the study to show the Mobile City application applies a Location Based Services (LBS) system so the main features of this application showed tourism locations or public facilities. The difference of application features between regencies/cities is depends on how the regency/city developed their application. The city that has the most complete features on its mobile city is Surakarta that called Solo Destination. This application is managed by the Office of Infromation Communication Statistics and Coding of Surakarta City with the most frequently used feature is community complaints.
Murtanti Jani Rahayu, Septyani Widyastuti
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 201-211; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.201-211

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As a developing country, Indonesia has a huge number of street vendors. Because of that, the existence of street vendors needs a special attention. This special attention is needed because streer vendors mostly occupy city's public spaces. Street vendor management in Indonesia's cities is based on the regulations that was made by each regional government which is pointing to Indonesia's higher level of regulation. Each regional regulation has their own unique characteristics. Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya are big cities that have street vendor problems that also have street vendor management regulations. From those three cities, the advantages and disadvantages of their regulation's contents will be revealed, enriched by information digging and research results. From the regulation side, those three cities showed their concern about regulations regarding street vendors. The forms of restructuring that has been done are relocation and stabilization. Those three cities are also supported by private sector regarding street vendor management. Street vendor management has a vital contribution towards regional economical growth and street vendor's income growth. These positive impacts increases the efficiency of city space management, so the city itself will look tidy, beautiful, and not congested, but street vendors are still poppimg out in restricted areas and old spaces, if the new managed locations are far from the crowds, the impact will decrease street vendor's income
Chairul Maulidi, Johannes Parlindungan Siregar
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 225-238; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.225-238

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The protections for culture, natural environment and aesthetic are widely recognised as a part of sustainability. The cultural landscape were characterised by the traditional norms of the society and physical civilisation manifested in local wisdoms creating the traditional landscape and architecture. This study aimed to reconstruct the use of landscape as part of local culture representing the ancient Javanese civilization (9th to 15th century) in the Brantas River Basin. This study found how the Javanese cosmology was applied on a regional scale of space. According to the character of spatial use as well as its physical and social materials, the space of the ancient Javanese region consisted of three zones, namely: the Lower, Central and the Upper Zones. This findings was a model of local wisdom in the regional scale, as a counterpart of the contemporary notion of urban development that conceives the lanscape as a capital asset.
Ricky Rachmatullah, Teguh Endaryanto, M Irfan Affandi
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 239-251; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.239-251

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Poverty is one of the indicators in judging the succeded sustainable development efforts. This study aims to analyze correlation between poverty alleviation budget programs by the Government and Local Government of Pagar Alam City with the percentage of poverty levels and determine poverty alleviation priority programs can be pursued by the Local Government of Pagar Alam City related to the achievement of SDGs mainstreaming target on 2030. The analytical method in this study uses the Pearson Correlation and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results showed that the poverty allevation program budget had a signifiant corelation to the poverty percentage reduction in collaborative and synergistic budgeting through the APBD of Pagar Alam with APBN. Based on the assessment in the AHP model, the Social Welfare Services and Rehabilitation Program is first ranked or the first choice in the framework of poverty alleviation by SDGs mainstreaming.
Retno Setiowati, Hayati Sari Hasibuan, Raldi Hendro Koestoer
Published: 31 May 2021
TATALOKA, Volume 23, pp 212-224; https://doi.org/10.14710/tataloka.23.2.212-224

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Rapid development and increasing population causes the green open space in Jakarta is decreasing in size every year. Green open space is one of the keys to the sustainability of a city. The purpose of this study was to analyze the area of green space, green space distribution, and deviation between the green zone plan of the Regional Regulation of RDTR PZ and existing green space in Jakarta using Geographic Information Systems. Based on satellite imagery in 2018, the area of green space in Jakarta is 3,473.94 ha (5.31%). The highest green space area in 2018 is in the green belt zone (H4) of 1,557.88 ha and the lowest in the urban forest zone (H1) is 235.13 ha. The green zoning plan based on the Regional Regulation on RDTR and PZ is only 7,520.96 ha (11.51%) and is far from the mandate stipulated in Law Number 26 Year 2007 and the Jakarta 2030 RTRW of 30%. The highest area of green open space in the Regional Regulation of RDTR and PZ is in the green belt zone (H4) of 4,539.40 ha and the lowest in the urban forest zone (H1) is 17,58 ha. Based on the comparison of the area of green space in 2018 with the green plan RDTR and PZ it is known that there are 4 administrative city areas that experience a shortage of green space, namely South Jakarta, East Jakarta, West Jakarta and North Jakarta, while for Central Jakarta it has exceeded the green plan specified.
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