INDEX AND RISK LEVEL OF LANDSLIDES ON ROAD AND BRIDGES LOCATED ON NATIONAL ROADS (CASE STUDY: KERINCI DISTRICT AND SUNGAI PENUH CITY, JAMBI PROVINCE)

  • Mutiara Sari Civil Engineering Department, University of Sriwijaya, Palembang, Indonesia
  • Mona Foralisa Toyfur Civil Engineering Department, University of Sriwijaya, Palembang, Indonesia https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9481-2100
  • Febrian Hadinata Civil Engineering Department, University of Sriwijaya, Palembang, Indonesia
Keywords: Landslides, Risk Assessment, National Roads, GIS

Abstract

The regency of Kerinci and The city of Sungai Penuh are among the areas prone to landslides, which can impact roads and bridges on national roads. This study aims to determine the index and risk level of landslides on roads and bridges located on national roads in both regions. The index and risk level assessment are carried out by analyzing disaster risk factors, namely: hazard, exposure, vulnerability, external context and capacity. Assessment methods and variables are taken based on the Guidelines for the Implementation of Risk Analysis for Natural Disasters Affecting Roads and Bridges. The mapping of landslide risk based on the Geographical Information System (GIS) is compiled based on scoring and weighting all parameters, as well as an overlay among all constituent parameters. Based on the sampling results of ten samples of national road sections in the Kerinci Regency and Sungai Penuh City, the risk level of hazard, exposure, vulnerability, external context and road management capacity is divided into two classes, namely the Low class about 7.19 km (= 8.72 %) with
seven short roads located within the city and the Medium class, which is 75.31 Km (= 91.28 %), with three roads connecting the cities.

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Published
2021-06-07
How to Cite
Sari, M., Toyfur, M. F., & Hadinata, F. (2021). INDEX AND RISK LEVEL OF LANDSLIDES ON ROAD AND BRIDGES LOCATED ON NATIONAL ROADS (CASE STUDY: KERINCI DISTRICT AND SUNGAI PENUH CITY, JAMBI PROVINCE). International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 8(6), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v8.i6.2021.960