Proceedings of the International Conference on Business, Economic, Social Science and Humanities (ICOBEST 2018)

Revitalizing Transport Rickshaw Into A Tourist Heritage Vehicles (Case Studies in Bandung, Indonesia)

Authors
Gema Arifrahara
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Gema Arifrahara
Available Online November 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icobest-18.2018.86How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Traditional transport, rickshaw, tour
Abstract
Revitalizing alternative vehicle such as rickshaw tours that will invite travelling passengers to enjoy the beauty of the city. The method used is a survey which is a descriptive observation on point by doing the work. The research aims to change the concept of the pedicab which is currently a rickshaw tour to reminisce with touring the city. A number of 100 – 150 sheets of questionnaires were distributed followed by a return of only 94-123 sheet. Kuester is deployed on towing the pedicab and rickshaw to the customer. Government policies are still awaiting for the existence of a step in a realignment of the conventional vehicle and the rider into a pedicab vehicle tours. The pedicab is currently one of the vehicles that disturb the smooth pace of traffic. Breaking the rules against the current and dismissing it arbitrarily. This research will be able to be applied as a step that can be used by the City Government on the rickshaws so that it can function as tourist vehicles in the city. As for recommendations to the parties concerned, in particular the regulator so that the realignment of the role of the pedicab of commercial vehicles can be seen as an alternative tour within the city.
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