The city of Padang is on the west coast of Sumatra Island which is included in the ring of fire area. This causes the city of Padang to have a high risk of earthquakes and the potential to trigger a tsunami. The study area is Gedung Pasar Raya Blok 1-4 Padang which is located in Jao Village, West Padang District, the largest traditional market in Padang City with a fairly dense population. This building is in the red zone prone to tsunami disasters with a height of 12 meters above sea level and a distance of ± 950 meters from the coastline, so that non-structural evacuation in the form of planning the accessibility of the evacuation route in the building needs to be carried out. Planning begins with the identification of building access, population estimation, analysis of the accessibility of evacuation in the building, and planning of signs and gathering points. Things that are taken into consideration in planning are access capacity, walking speed during evacuation, and population density. Accessibility is categorized as high if the time required is less than 5 minutes, and low if it is greater than 5 minutes. Evacuation accessibility in this building is categorized as high, except for some zones that require an evacuation time of 6-8 minutes. This is due to the lack of available access and limited access capacity. Key words: evacuation accessibility, tsunami mitigation, vertical evacuation, potential shelters, evacuation routes.
ANER, YUWETI (2018) AKSESIBILITAS EVAKUASI GEDUNG PASAR TRADISIONAL DALAM RANGKA MITIGASI BENCANA GEMPA Studi Kasus : Gedung Pasar Raya Blok 1-4. Diploma thesis, Universitas Andalas.