HOT SPOT ANALYSIS OF MOTORCYCLES OWNERSHIP IN PADURENAN, RAHTAWU AND WONOSOCO VILLAGE, KUDUS REGENCY

*Sam'ani Intakoris -  Doctoral Program in Architecture and Urbanism-Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Sugiono Soetomo -  Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Imam Buchori -  Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Received: 31 Oct 2017; Published: 25 Apr 2018.
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Abstract
Urban and rural interaction is a very important relationship, which rural functions as a supplier of natural and human resources to urban areas, while urban provides income streams, processed goods, and income to rural areas. Transportation became one of the main media as a link. The choice of transportation mode is one of the alternatives in creating an effective and efficient movement system. The motorcycle is the preferred mode of transportation because it is able to change direction very flexible compared to other modes of transportation. There is one unique phenomenon happening in Padurenan, Rahtawu and Wonosoco, Kudus Regency. The low transportation access was inversely proportional to the number of motorcycle ownership in the three villages. Thus, there needs to be a spatial pattern mapping of motorcycles ownership in three villages. This research aims to map spatial ownership of motorcycles in the three villages. It used average nearest neighbor, incremental spatial autocorrelation, hotspot analysis. The analytical tool used Arc GIS 10 as GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The result of this research showed that the distribution of the motorcycles ownership forms a cluster pattern. The highest concentration of motorcycle ownership cluster is seen in Padurenan Village, while the lowest cluster of motorcycle ownership is in Wonosoco Village.
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Spatial Hot Spot; Motorcycles Ownership; Kudus Regency

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