Pavement Rehabilitation & Reconstruction Policy for Optimization of Life-Cycle Costs and Trauma Healing Post-Disaster

Hermanto, Dardak, HerryTrisaputra, Zuna, Andri Irfan, Rifai

Natural disasters that cause damage to road infrastructure can foster a sense of trauma. The stages of rehabilitation and reconstruction must be carried out as soon as possible as a trauma healing step for the community. However, the process is constrained by budget constraints, so an approach to optimization is needed to minimize costs while still solving problems. This study was developed by not only minimizing life cycle cost with road performance index parameters but also incorporating trauma healing goals. The research method used is the LCCA dan index of road performance and is related to the level of trauma healing of the community. The data used are RR- 01 and RR-02 Project in Palu. This study will then try to redefine disaster as a continuation of various phases of mutual impact, thus it is necessary to understand these phases by providing interventions at various stages. The results of the study show that there is an optimization between the cost and level of trauma healing achievement when establishing a series of rehabilitation and reconstruction options.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 3079-3086

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201426