Policy Strategy for Structuring and Empowering Street Vendors in Maros City

Didin Didin(1*),

(1) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


 This study aims to determine, analyze and interpret: 1) Mechanisms for the presence of policies used in the management of the informal sector, especially the arrangement and empowerment of street vendors in the perspective of sustainable development in Maros City; and 2) The role of actors in coordinating the demands and aspirations of the citizens related to urban management for the informal sector in Maros City. The results of the study indicate that the street vendors in Maros City in their activities have been well organized but have not been optimal in implementing the Regional Regulation Number 12 of 2017 concerning the Arrangement of Street Vendors. There is still a lack of beauty and cleanliness of the environment as well as capital, therefore it is necessary to foster and maintain consistency in the development and management of street vendors in realizing a Clean, Safe, Beautiful and Creative Maros City. There is a mechanism for managing and structuring street vendors, especially in a more accurate data collection of street vendors, making it easier to manage, develop and orderly determine the location of the business according to its designation.


Keywords


Use of public space; urban planning; management of the irregular sector

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