Technology and Engineering
  • ISSN: 2470-4180
  • Journal of Modern Civil Engineering

Method Development Determination of Bridge Damage Handling Priorities

Anang Mulyawan1, Tonny Judiantono2, and R. Didin Kusdian3

1. Minister For Public Works and Human Settlements, Indonesia

2. Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia

3. Universitas Sangga Buana Bandung, Indonesia


Abstract: Priority setting for bridge damage handling in Indonesia has been using the BMS'92 (Bridge Management System) method. The disadvantage of this method is that it does not pay attention to the function and value of the spatial where the bridge is located. The length of time it takes to decide whether or not to repair the bridge and the timeframe for handling the bridge damage will have an impact on the accessibility and socio-economic activities of the community in the area around the bridge. The results of the study on 3 bridges located on the national road section south of the province of West Java, Indonesia, namely the bridges (1) Pangandaran-Pananjung, (2) Babakan-Pangandaran, and (3) Ciandum-Cipatujah on primary and secondary data on bridge conditions, volume traffic, service center activities and regional activities using the gravity method, graphic method, accessibility measurement, LOS (level of services) and Benefit-Cost Analysis for economic analysis, showing different results between the results of the analysis using the BMS'92 method and new analysis method (BMS+) which incorporates function analysis and space value into the calculation model. This difference has a significant effect on the results of the assessment and priority decision making in determining the location for handling damage or replacing bridges


Key words: space function, space value, bridge handling, priority setting, BMS'92 method

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