Stakeholder Management of Jakarta’s Light Rail Transit Using Stakeholder Analysis

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14710/teknik.v38i2.16140

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Submitted: 05-10-2017
Published: 02-01-2018
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Stakeholders involvement in infrastructure development c.q. Light Rail Transit (LRT) has a significant role since they affect the success of infrastructure management. This paper is primarily aimed to identify key stakeholders and responses that need to be applied to them. On the initial stage, a list of stakeholders was developed using research strategies such as case study and literature review. Sources were then chosen with certain criteria. They were assigned to score each stakeholder on the list. A stakeholder analysis was conducted to obtain a list of key stakeholders that have a significant impact on Jakarta’s LRT.

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stakeholder analysis; light rail transit; infrastructure management

  1. Khrisna Yudi 
    Civil Engineering Department-Faculty of Engineering-Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
  2. Ayomi Dita Rarasati 
    Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Development-Faculty of Engineering-University of Indonesia, Indonesia
  3. Achmad Jaka Santos Adiwijaya 
    Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia
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