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Regional and Urban Policy

Regional and Urban Policy (RUP) concentrates on the assessments of urban and regional policies, as well as studies on sustainable urban infrastructures and innovative governance in Indonesia. Several research topics within the cluster are Innovative Urban Governance, Sustainable Transportation and Smart City. The RUP cluster has been managing a large scale long term effort called “Citypedia’ which aims to collect and depict recent phenomena and development in urban areas.

Our cluster has published key articles published as city profiles of several cities in Indonesia: Medan, Bandung, Palembang, Balikpapan and Semarang. We scrutinize issues, such as post oil cities, decentralization, nature based solutions, green infrastructure, growing economy and smart city. Our existing collaboration is the partnership between Stavanger University, Bandung Institute of Technology and Pokhara University. This cluster is chaired by Dr. Ari Tarigan. Also RUP have a new RDI’s research on urban studies (Citypedia) For further information or inquiry regarding research cluster, please contact Danang Azhari.
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2018 (1)
  • Does pedestrian environment promote walkability? Auditing the pedestrian environment using the Pedestrian Environmental Data Scan instrument |2018| Download
2017 (3)
  • The Role of Incentives Towards Adolescents’ Commitment to Use Public Transport in Malaysia |2017| Download
  • Medan City: Development and Governance under the Decentralisation Era |2017| Download
  • Implementation of Spatial Data Infrastructure in Cianjur District for Disaster Risk Management Purposes |2017| Download
2016 (4)
  • Evaluating Bus Transit Stop Locations for Work Trip Joourney in the City of Buffalo New York |2016| Download
  • Analysis of correlations between psychological factors and self-reported behavior of motorcyclists in Malaysia, depending on self-reported usage of different types of motorcycle facility |2016| Download
  • Balikpapan: Urban planning and development in anticipation of the post-oil industry era |2016| Download
  • How Can Green Infrastructure Serve as Adaptation Option in Low Land Areas? Case Study Adaptation Option Scenario in Makassar City, Indonesia |2016| Download
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  • Spatial Model of Wetlands Change and Increasing of Flood Events in Urban Area of Palembang. (Model Spasial Perubahan Alih Fungsi Lahan Basah dan Peningkatan Kejadian Bencana Banjir di Wilayah Perkotaan Palembang)
    ITB Research Grant (2014)