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Public areas useful to meet the inner needs with recreational facilities and educational facilities. Development of public areas to provide additional public welfare or detrimental to society. The public welfare increased if the development was provide benefit larger compared by the cost to be borne, plus loss of benefit for development in the state of being old. The public welfare indicated by the magnitude of the consumer surplus acquired. Individual
travel cost method (ITCM) is used as a model that describes the number of visits and is a function of travel costs, time needed to travel, where replacement and income. The number of visits to the Taman Pintar positively and significantly influenced by the total cost of a visit to Taman Pintar, the total cost of visits to alternative places other than Taman Pintar, and visitor revenue. The correlation between the visits of the total costs a visit to Taman Pintar, the total costs a visit to place a substitute for other than Taman Pintar, and visitors income are very strong.


public services, quality of service, institutional capacity, public area, investment

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