Migration Parking Management System in Central Business District Pekalongan Indonesia to E-wallet Digital Online
Since January 1, 2001, Indonesia applied regional autonomy law that took effect in requires regions to be creative in finding sources of income that can develop finance for local governments for central governance development. In this regard, local governments must be careful in managing existing financial sources, especially those originating from regional taxes and regional levies. The potential income of each region is certainly different depending on the condition of natural resources and so on, therefore each region places a different emphasis on each source of regional income. This study aims to analyze parking management in Pekalongan City, especially after the enactment of the Pekalongan City Regulation Number 1 of 2017, and analyzed factors affecting to the implementation of the new Perda. The qualitative descriptive approach was used as a method in this research. This study found that parking management in Pekalongan City is still relatively poor. This is marked by the poor parking service provided and the goal of receiving parking fees is not consistent with the goal. Transparent and accountable management can be a breakthrough to achieving good parking services and parking retribution revenue targets.
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