New Indonesian road links being planned

The Indonesian Government plans to give a boost to its tourist trade with the construction of 5,000km of new road connections. These will be built by 2024 in a bid to improve transport and help develop the economy of areas currently without adequate road links. In all around 2,500km of national roads will be built and 1,500km of toll roads. The plans also call for some 60km of elevated road sections or bridges to be constructed. This follows on from the road construction plan of 2014-2018, which saw 3,387km
Road Structures / November 11, 2019

The Indonesian Government plans to give a boost to its tourist trade with the construction of 5,000km of new road connections. These will be built by 2024 in a bid to improve transport and help develop the economy of areas currently without adequate road links. In all around 2,500km of national roads will be built and 1,500km of toll roads. The plans also call for some 60km of elevated road sections or bridges to be constructed. This follows on from the road construction plan of 2014-2018, which saw 3,387km of national roads, 1,000km of toll roads and 330 bridges being constructed.