A Study On The Preferences In Personal Vehicle Mode Transformation Based On Trip Characteristics
Nur Khaerat Nur
No gj896, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
This study is a preference study to explore the perception of transformation of personal vehicle users (four wheelers and two wheels) based on trip characteristics. The design approach of the analysis consisted of descriptive statistical methods to obtain the characteristics of commuting personal transport in terms of travel costs, vehicle operating costs, mileage and travel time, as well as modeling SEM Partial Least Square (PLS) to get the effect of the characteristics of commuting personal transport towards the transformation of the mode of transport. Data analysis known that the trip characteristics in terms of the allocation of transport costs most respondents spends a month in the range of costs between IDR. 500,000 to IDR. 1,000,000 per month in this case the vehicle operating costs amounted to 85.3%, followed by travel expenses by 83.0%. Based on the results of hypothesis testing found that the trip characteristics significant direct effect on the endogenous variables Transformation of 5.695.
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