The Possibility of Information and Communication Technology to Cope with Job Housing Mismatch

Sutriadi, Ridwan (2015) The Possibility of Information and Communication Technology to Cope with Job Housing Mismatch. ICo-ApICT 2015.

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Abstract

This paper focuses on exploring the key points in ICT development to cope with job housing mismatch discourse, such as people��s activities, resource, access, and mechanism and organizational structure. There are several terminologies that have to be defined in describing a title of this paper, such as: possibility, information and communication technology, and job housing mismatch. Possibility leads to the discussion in providing more options to the problem in land use and transport interaction as an implication of urban sprawl. A meaning of possibility could gear to promote complimentary or even replacement solution to job housing mismatch discourse.Basically, job housing mismatch is a continuation of commuting problem as an implication of urban sprawl. In this case, I will focus on doing a theoretical research on how could ICT deals with job housing mismatch problem by investigating selected references on job housing mismatch, commuting and ICT, and ICT and urban development. By considering Audirac research in 2005, additional synthesis is can be made by assuming that most references related to job housing mismatch and ICT in the context urban development are to reply certain planning objective in this case smart growth. In general, further synthesis in formulating some possibilities of ICT to cope with job housing mismatch is can be categorized into: 1). ICT-based transportation; 2). Services and production outsourcing; 3). ICT-induced travel; 4). ICT-intensive districts.Job housing mismatch is a product of urban sprawl which is indicated by suburban development. The possibility of ICT to cope with job housing mismatch is can be well formulated by considering a chosen planning scenario such as to manage growth or compact city. There are lessons learned in adapting ICT development as possible solutions to job housing mismatch in the context of urban transportation planning and policy. Some recommendations are can be made by providing some possible planning actions followed by anticipated impacts.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: job housing mismatch, ICT, transportation, urban planning, transportation
Subjects: Prosiding > ICo-ApICT 2015
Divisions: Universitas Komputer Indonesia > Perpustakaan UNIKOM
Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2015 10:25
Last Modified: 31 Jan 2019 10:25
URI: https://repository.unikom.ac.id/id/eprint/59768

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