Anticipation Strategy for Urban Conurbation in Semarang - Surabaya Corridor

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Abstract Summary
Semarang-Surabaya corridor is the backbone for economic growth of Central Java and East Java. This corridor also plays a role in national economic growth. Semarang-Surabaya corridor development is expected to create positive externalities, such as creating spillovers in urban areas along the corridor. The spillovers in an urban area along the corridor happen in Jakarta-Cipularang corridor. Besides creating positive externalities, the development of Jakarta-Cipularang corridor as the backbone for economic growth of Jakarta-Bandung also create uncontrolled urban conurbation. Weak spatial control is the trigger for this phenomenon. Based on the phenomenon that occurs in Jakarta-Cipularang corridor, Semarang-Surabaya corridor development should pay attention not only in the infrastructure development plan but also in the spatial control strategy. This project applies the concept of economic corridor development, which produces outputs such as urban cluster plans along the corridor, anticipation strategies, infrastructure development programs, and spatial control along Semarang-Surabaya corridor
Abstract ID :
ISO611
Submission Type
Associate Planner
,
Nusantara Urban Advisory
Associate Planner
,
Nusantara Urban Advisory

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