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Developing Free School Bus

Model for Needy Student Using


Geographic Information
System and Vehicle Routing
Problem Approach

Daniel Hary Prasetyo


Introduction
• In Surabaya, Indonesia there are 19 thousand citizen not
in school in the elementary school ages , 23 thousand in
secondary school ages, 17 thousand in high school ages.
Introduction
• Government have made 544 elementary schools
and 58 secondary schools not collect admission
cost and monthly cost from their student.
• The rest school that still collects cost from their
student can be also free for the needy student by
showing the needy notes from the district
government .
• still a lot people can not go to school. It because
they have no extra money for buy uniform, shoes,
books, another student equipments, and
transportations.
Objective
- Develop a model that can use by the
government for supporting the decision
making in the designing of school bus
system.
Scope
- Use only North area of Surabaya
- Focused in secondary school data
Data collection
- Sub-sub district Map combining with needy
database
Data collection
- Generate needy density field from needy
number and areas
Data collection
- Street map
Data collection
- Edit Street map to become Network Analyst
ready map
Data collection
- School Map
Data collection
- Bus Depot
Data collection
- Map of existing transport system
Preprocessing
- Accessibility area of existing transport system
Preprocessing
- Refining needy area
Preprocessing
- Refining needy area (2)
Preprocessing
- Refining needy area (3)
Preprocessing
- Refining needy area (4)
Preprocessing
- Generate Visiting Point
Vehicle Routing
1. Generate Network dataset
2. Setting Vehicle Routing Problem Class
1. Orders : School : 06:00 – 07:00
Visiting Point : 05:30 – 07:00
Vehicle Routing
3. Barriers
Vehicle Routing
3. Routes
Vehicle Routing
3. Run the VRP analyst
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
a. Total Covered area
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
a. Total Covered area (2)
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
b. Each route covered area
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
b. Each route covered area (2)
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
c. Area have an access to 2 or more routes
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
c. Area have an access to 2 or more routes(2)
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
d. Area have an access to 3 or more routes
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
d. Area have an access to 3 or more routes (2)
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
e. Area have an access to 4 routes
Vehicle Routing
3. Finding covered area
e. Area have an access to 4 routes (2)
Vehicle Routing
Replies previous steps to another routes designs.
- with arcgis model based, it easy and fast.
Vehicle Routing