ANALYSIS OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION OF TYPE A GAMBUT BARAKAT KILOMETER 17 TERMINAL OPERATION, BANJAR DISTRICT, KALIMANTAN SELATAN PROVINCE, INDONESIA

Faisal Amin, Setia Budhi, J. Jamaluddin

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The decision of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 132 PM is a regulation that regulates the operation of the terminal covering 3 things, namely planning, operation, and supervision. The Type A Gambut Barakat Terminal which has been completed in 2014 is intended for AKAP to operate in this type A terminal. Before this type A Gambut Barakat terminal was built AKAP operates in type B terminal km 6 Banjarmasin City. In this study type A Gambut Barakat terminal was chosen as the object of research in looking at the implementation of the operation policy. The research method used is a descriptive qualitative case study. The speakers in this study were 4 people, namely KORSATPEL Terminal type A Gambut Barakat km 17, the Chief of UPTD terminal type B km 6 Banjarmasin, the City Transport entrepreneurs, and Organda km 6 General Director. The focus of this research was the accompanying instruments implementation, namely the interests that are affected, the types of benefits obtained, the degree of change to be achieved, the location of decision making, program implementers, resources, power, interests and strategies of actors, characteristics of the ruling institution, compliance and responsiveness. As well as factors that become obstacles in the implementation of the operation of the type A terminal. Data analysis techniques carried out by researchers are by collecting data obtained from interviews, direct observation, and literature. From the findings of the data and research analysis, the implementation of the policy on the operation of the type A Gambut Barakat terminal is still not effective. Constraints faced in the implementation include the unavailability of AKAP moving from the type B km 6 terminal in South Kalimantan province to the type A Gambut Barakat terminal, less assertive action from the policy implementor, and AKAP feels that it does not benefit but instead loses when moving to the type A Gambut Barakat terminal.

 

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analysis, implementation and policy, type A terminals

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Miro, Fidel. 1997. Sistem Transportasi Kota. Bandung: Penerbit Tarsito.


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