Analysis Of Accident Problems On The Yogya Road Segment Winosari, Gunungkidul Regency
Keywords:Accident, Jogja-Wonosari, Prone Area
Gunungkidul is a district in the province of the Special Region of Yogyakarta, with an area of 1,485.36 km², almost half of the Yogyakarta area, which is 43.63%. One of the main roads in Gunungkidul Regency is the Jalan Yogya – Wonosari section which is a national road. Gunungkidul is also an area with many destinations tourism, it is also one of the factors causing traffic accidents that occur, negligence and the winding road conditions in Gunungkidul are also the causes accident. The purpose of this study was to analyze the characteristics of accidents, Analyze the factors that cause accidents. Analysis of This study uses the Accident Equivalent Rate (AEK) method with a total of the highest of 192 and also the Z-score with the highest number of 1.307402893. From the results of the analysis The main factor of the accident was human (28 single accidents). Type of vehicle that frequently involved are motorcycles (120 vehicles). The type of single accident accident becomes most accidents with (28 incidents). Accident-prone hours are at 06.00 – 12.00 (33 events). The location of the accident-prone area on the Yogyakarta Road Section Wonosari is at Km.30 – Km.36 (33 events). Accidents that occurred during 1 year (2020) on the Yogyakarta-Wonosari Road Section, Gunungkidul Regency is as many as 87 events. The total number of victims was 111 minor injuries and 6 died. From data and conditions at the site can be recommended that to reduce past accidents traffic, it is necessary to add lighting at the location, because the road conditions are dark and winding at night can reduce visibility and prone to accidents.
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