Compliance and Awareness as Mediation Variables on the Influence of Utility and Trust of Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement on the Traffic Habit
Author(s): M. Fahri Anggia, Abdul Hakim, Mardiyono, Solimun
Abstract: Road safety is the most important and main thing in traffic management. This is the shared responsibility of all elements of the nation, including regulators, law enforcement, road users, and so on. Based on this background, the purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the direct effect of Compliance and Awareness as mediating variables on the Effect of Utility and Trust in Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement on Behavior. The analysis of this research uses a survey method conducted at the intersection of Jalan Merdeka Selatan, Gambir, Central Jakarta. The population in this study were road users, namely four-wheeled drivers who passed the Jalan Merdeka Selatan intersection. The sampling technique used is non-probability sampling. The nine hypotheses gave a decision to reject the null hypothesis which means significant, meaning that each variable has a direct and significant effect on each other, namely: ETLE utility affects Compliance, Awareness, and Habits directly and significantly; ETLE trust directly and significantly influences Compliance, Awareness, and Habits; Compliance directly and significantly affects Consciousness and Habits; Awareness directly and significantly influences Habits. ETLE utility indirectly and significantly affects Compliance, Awareness, and Habits. ETLE trust indirectly and significantly influences Compliance, Awareness, and Habits. Compliance has an indirect and significant effect on Awareness and Habits. Develop a Habits in Traffic model defined by ETLE Utility and Trust mediated by Compliance and Awareness. The authenticity of this study can be seen in the indirect effect where there is still no research with the direction of such relationships and variables.
Keywords: Awareness, Compliance, Road safety, Habit, Trust of ETLE, Utility of ETLE
DOI: 10.37394/23207.2022.19.38WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, ISSN / E-ISSN: 1109-9526 / 2224-2899, Volume 19, 2022, Art. #38