Development of Smart Governance Measurement Framework to Create a Sustainable Bandung Smart City

Osni Erza
M. Suparmoko
Tulus T.H. Tambunan


Significant developments that occur in an urban area have encouraged urban planning experts to solve problems that exist in the city. The growing economy and industrial sector place the world's big cities in the face of many challenges, starting with the problem of increasing urban population, rapidly growing urbanization, and other problems such as transportation, congestion, crime, waste, health, and others.
The people's desire to form a livable city in terms of balancing population growth also supports the realization of the concept of a future city called Smart City. Smart City is a concept that is considered capable and suitable to answer this challenge.
Based on the Intercensus Population Survey Report (Central Bureau of Statistics, 2015). The results of SUPAS (2015), the population growth rate in cities across Indonesia is projected to increase to 82.37% in 2045 compared to 2015 which was 59.35%. The population growth rate in urban areas is around 2.75 percent per year, higher than the national average of around 1.17 percent per year.


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