Indonesia Transport Articles & Analysis

Chapter | Transport & Logistics from The Report: Indonesia 2017

Indonesia’s transport sector is in the midst of a major overhaul, with government investment in infrastructure set to hit an all-time high, driven by new projects. All segments in the sector are set to benefit from a far-reaching infrastructure development agenda, with plans to construct 2500 km of new highway to complement ongoing upgrades across Indonesia’s vast network of ports and airports...

The Indonesian government is in the midst of pursuing an ambitious new growth strategy, emphasizing investment over domestic consumption as a primary growth driver in the wake of depressed commodity prices, lagging household consumption and lower-than-anticipated government revenues.

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Investment in maritime infrastructure and greater support for the shipbuilding industry look set to raise Indonesia’s freight-handling capacity, moving the country closer towards its goal of becoming a top global maritime player.

 

Although Indonesia’s network of toll roads remains limited compared to some of its neighbours’, the country is set to launch construction of 1000 km of new toll roads over the next five years as part of an ambitious infrastructure development programme that envisions over 2500 km of new highways.

 

Indonesia is currently in the process of strengthening its port system, with plans to upgrade and expand its existing network, in addition to building a host of new facilities across the archipelago. Port upgrades and construction will be critical for a number of long-term development goals, including the country’s transformation into a “...

 

Indonesia’s transport sector is in the midst of a major overhaul, with government investment in infrastructure set to hit an all-time high, driven by new projects. All segments in the sector are set to benefit from a far-reaching infrastructure development agenda, with plans to construct 2500 km of new highway to complement ongoing upgrades...

 

Businesses in Indonesia have long faced comparatively high transport costs. The country’s diverse, challenging geography, scattered population and overburdened infrastructure have driven transport costs to some of the highest levels within ASEAN.

 

What are the priorities for air traffic control in Indonesia in terms of investment and strategy?