Relationship between the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), Present Serviceability Index (PSI), and Surface Distress Index on Soekarno Hatta Road, Bandung

Wahyudin Nur, Bambang Sugeng Subagio, Eri Susanto Hariyadi

Abstract


Evaluation of the conditions of Jalan Soekarno Hatta using PCI method shows that the condition of "Good" both on rigid and flexible pavement is most common, with the percentage of each of them being 61.9% and 21.6%. Meanwhile, by using PSI method, the most commonly found are "Fair" conditions both in rigid and flexible pavement, with the percentage of each being 81% and 48,9%.  Using the SDI method on the flexible pavement, the most commonly found is the condition of "Medium" with a percentage of 65,9%. The parametric analysis between PCI and PSI on rigid pavement produced R2 = 0.0548 with a regression equation of PCI = 96,66 – 3,9352 x PSI, while PCI and PSI correlation on flexible pavement produced R2 = 0.8163 with regression equation of PCI = 27,673 + 16,848 x PSI., and PCI and SDI correlations on flexible pavement yields R2 = 0,8653 with a regression equation of PCI = 94,663 – 0,4462 x SDI The non-parametric analysis between PCI and PSI on rigid pavement produced a correlation coefficient of 0.043, while the PCI and PSI values on flexible pavements produced a correlation coefficient of 0.397, and PCI and SDI on flexible pavement produced a correlation coefficient of 0.492. Based on the two methods, both parametric and non parametric analysis, the relationship between PCI and SDI was considered better than the PCI and PSI relationship because it produced an R2 value and a greater correlation coefficient

Keywords


Pavement Condition Index ,Present Servieceability Index , Surface Distress Index , parametric analysis, non-parametric analysis

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