ANALISIS AKSESIBILITAS WILAYAH HINTERLAND TERHADAP PUSAT KAWASAN BISNIS DI IBUKOTA KABUPATEN BOMBANA

Muslimin Makkaraeng Sikki, La Ode Muh. Magribi, M. Natsir

Abstract


Central Business District (CBD) plays very important roles in an area since this is where a region
begins its growth and development before it moves outwards to the surrounding areas (hinterland). The
development of hinterland around the CBD of Rumbia needs to be analyzed to see the position and
accessibility of the hinterland in relation to the city centre. This study was set out to describe spreading
activities in the hinterland areas that were affected by activities in the city centre of Rumbia.
The purpose of this study was to analyze the accessibility of hinterland areas in its relative position
to the CBD of Rumbia city, to analyze the potensials for developing hinterland areas around the CBD of
Rumbia in terms of their accessibility and land utilization, and to analyze population growth in the
hinterland around the CBD of Rumbia in terms of the aspect of regional potensials for development.
The study was conducted using a descriptive quantitative approach. Formula used was Hansen’s
accessibility index, and variables under investigation were the number of population, the distance between
areas, the extent of areas for residence, and employment opportunities in each area.
Result of analysis showed that, based on Hansen’s accessibility index, the highest accessibility
index was gained by the sub district of Rumbia (179.65 inhabitants per km2), followed consecutively by the
sub district of North Rarowatu (126.31 inhabitants per km2), the sub district of Central Rumbia (72.68
inhabitants per km2), the sub district of Rarowatu (30.82 inhabitants per km2), the sub district of Mata Oleo
(28.33 inhabitants per km2), the sub district of Masaloka Raya (24.61 inhabitants per km2) and the sub
district of Southeast Poleang (5.48 inhabitants per km2). The sub district of North Rarowatu has the biggest
potentials for development in comparison to the other six sub district, and it also has the biggest growth of
population.
Keywords : CBD, hinterland, accessibility, Hansen.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33772/jpw.v3i1.7435

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