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Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Transportation Studies in Developing Countries

Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, November 4 - 5, 2017


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This document contains the detailed guidelines for preparation of full papers of the 1st International
Symposium on Transportation Studies in Developing Countries. To submit a paper for presentation at the
symposium, follow the instructions in this document. Author(s) should review all information in this
document before submitting papers for consideration. Papers that do not follow the guidelines may not be
considered for presentation or publication. The deadline for submitting draft full paper is July 15, 2017. The
paper will be subsequently reviewed by the Scientific Committee and the result will be informed to the
contact author. The authors have to revise their paper according to the Scientific Committees comments and
to resubmit the paper before August 20, 2017. All presented papers will be published in the Proceedings of
the Symposium. Abstract should be within 150 words.

Keywords: keyword A, keyword B, keyword C, keyword D, keyword E

This template is provided as a guide for author(s) in preparing papers. At least one of the
authors is a lecturer as the requirements to be able to present this paper. Moreover,
author(s) should comply with all instructions as a condition for the acceptance of the paper.
Papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.docx)

The paper format is as follows:
1. A4 paper portrait position;
2. Margin over 3.5 cm, margin under 3.0 cm, left margin 3.0 cm, and right margin of 2.5
3. The font type is Times New Roman;
4. Papers are written in one row and one column;
5. Maximum number of 10 page papers, including Pictures, Tables, Appendices and
6. Distance between paragraphs is given one line without indent;
7. Finalize page numbers will be done by the Editor;
8. Papers are not given footer.

First author name ONLY, et al.

Title and Author(s) Information

Papers title must be centered at the top of the first page, leaving 2 lines blank from top
margin, in 16pt bold and UPPERCASE font. Leave 1- blank line after the title.

Authors name, affiliations, contact address and e-mail are placed in the authors
information box that is in 10pt centered with single spacing. Authors name is written
without academic title. Leave 2-blank line below author information. If the author is more
than one, then it is arranged as follows:
2 authors: side by side
3 authors: 3 in a row
4 authors: 2 above, 2 below

Abstract heading is in 10pt centered and boldface. Abstract is written prior to Introduction
section. Abstract contains brief description of research background, objectives, methods,
and results. Abstract should be within 150 words and five keywords at most should be
placed. Leave 1-blank line below abstract and 2-blank lines below keywords.

Style, Heading, Sub Heading, and Paragraph

Please preserve the style of the headings, text font and line spacing in this file in order to
provide a uniform style for the proceedings volume.

After two blank lines, the main body of the paper starts which is divided into chapters,
sections and subsections. The first heading is in 16pt bold and uppercase. The second
heading is in 12pt bold and capital each word. The first and the second heading are not
numbered while the third heading (if necessary) may be numbered.

All the text must start at the left margin (that is, new paragraphs are not to be indented) in
12pt and single spacing. Leave 1-blank line between paragraphs.


The paper to be submitted is structured as follows.
1. Title
2. Authors information
3. Abstract
4. Introduction/background
5. Discussion chapter (data, analysis, etc.)
6. Conclusions
7. Acknowledgment (if any)
8. References


Locate tables close to the first reference to them in text and number them consecutively.
Place a reasonably explanatory caption centered above the table. Avoid abbreviation in
column headings. Indicate the measurement units employed in the line immediately below
the heading. Use only the horizontal rules: One above and one below the column headings
and one at the foot of the table. See for example Table 1 below.
First author name ONLY, et al.

Table 1 Summary of Statistics of Source Zones and Target Zones

Source zones Target zones
Numbers of zones 202 202
Total area (m2) 39,133,687 39,133,532
Area of the smallest zone 37,041 36,041
Area of the largest zone 846,582 589,008
Average zone area 193,731 193,730

Draw figures by using good quality graphic software and number them they consecutively.
Leave 2-blank line of space between the actual text and figure. If possible, wrap the figures
in line with text. Place a reasonably informative caption centered under the figure. Leave
1-blank line between the figure and caption. Photograph can be either in black and white or
color, both with good contrast. See for example Figure 1 below.

Figure 1 Spatial Interpolation: Kriging Method

Equations and symbols should be typed in the equation editor. Equation is placed 1 cm
from left margin. The equations should be numbered in sequence. The equation number,
enclosed in parentheses, is placed flush right at tab stop position 15.5 cm right alignment.
Use Equation style in order to provide a uniform format. Symbols and notation may be
defined in the preceding text or below the equation. Use one blank line before and after the
equation. See for example equation 1 below:

V (1)
V = velocity (km/hour),
D = distance (km),
t = time (hour).

Each equations, tables, and figures created using non-Microsoft Word application must be
imported into a Microsoft Word file.

First author name ONLY, et al.

If it exists should appear at the end of the text, before the references. This is where the authors acknowledge
funding bodies etc. Acknowledgments is in 10pt.

To complete the paper, references must be given alphabetically by authors surname. The
following examples present some of the most typical cases of referencing at the end of the
paper; please follow them as strictly as possible. Reference is in 12pt and hanging 1 cm
from left margin.

Books and Books Chapters

Smith, A dan Jones, B, year of publication, title of book, city of publication, publisher,

Journal Papers
Smith, A dab Jones, B, year of publication, title of paper, title and volume of the journal,
page, ISSN (if any)

Online Journal Papers

Smith, A and Jones, B, year of publication, title of paper, title and volume of the journal,
page, URL

Papers Presented to Conferences

Smith, A and Jones, B, year of publication, title of paper in Proceedings of Conference
(venue, date of conference)

See for example below:

Cornforth, D. H. 2005. Landslides in Practice Investigation, Analysis, and

Remedial/Preventative Options in Soils. New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., hal.
10 15.
Department of Transportation. 2006. Data Armada Angkutan Umum Propinsi DIY Tahun
2006. Bidang Angkutan Dinas Perhubungan Provinsi Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta.
Fwa, T.F. 2006. The Handbook of Highway Engineering. New York: CRC Press, hal. 40
Majid, A. dan McCaffer, R. 1998. Factors of Non-Excusable Delays that Influence
Contractors Performance. Journal of Management Engineering ASCE, hal. 42-49.
ISSN 1442-49.
Munawar, A., Kusumawardani, S.S., Utomo, R.B. dan Yuzal, S., 2012,Integrated Public
Transport Ticketing System in Yogyakarta dalam Proceedings of The 12th Asia-
Pacific ITS Forum &Exhibition (Kuala Lumpur, 16 18 April 2012)
Sugiyanto, G. 2007. Kajian Penerapan Congestion Charging Untuk Meningkatkan
Penggunaan Angkutan Umum (Studi Kasus di Koridor Malioboro, Yogyakarta).
Tesis untuk derajat Magister Rekayasa Transportasi, Institut Teknologi Bandung
(tidak dipublikasikan).

First author name ONLY, et al.

Appendices should be used only when sophisticated technical details are crucial to be
included in the paper. Appendices may contain tables or figures which are considered
necessary by the author. If there is more than one appendix, number them alphabetically.

Please note that paper must not exceed 10 pages (including appendices).