Modeling Vehicle Emissions Delivery in Tegal City Road


  • Yan El Rizal Unzilatirrizqi Faculty of Science and Technology, Muhadi Setiabudi University, Brebes-Indonesia, 52221
  • Bambang Istiyanto Polytechnic of Road Transport Safety, Tegal-Indonesia, 50125
  • Haris Ilman Fiqih Mechanical Engineering, Mercu Buana University, Jakarta-Indonesia, 11650
  • Riska Arsita Harnawati Polytechnic of Harapan Bersama, Tegal-Indonesia, 52147



CO2 Emissions, Fuel, Vehicles, Tegal City


The problem of carbon dioxide in several cities in Indonesia is getting higher and requires more focused handling. The city of Tegal, one of the cities in Indonesia located on the Pantura route, has a significant impact on the distribution of CO2 emissions. This research was conducted by modeling and mapping the number of emissions on several roads based on the outcomes of transportation efforts in Tegal City. Arc-GIS is used for analysis and modeling, with an approach to calculating emissions based on the number of vehicles, emission factors, and fuel consumption. The results showed that gasoline-fueled cars and other motorized vehicles based on the mapping model became the CO2 suppliers on every road section. The highest emission distribution was observed on the Tegal City pantura road, which is a national transportation route.




How to Cite

Unzilatirrizqi, Y. E. R., Istiyanto, B., Fiqih, H. I., & Harnawati, R. A. (2022). Modeling Vehicle Emissions Delivery in Tegal City Road. RSF Conference Series: Engineering and Technology, 2(2), 338–347.