Indonesia’s massive transport infrastructure development plan

Indonesia is planning a massive development of its infrastructure, with transport being a key priority. The 2020 budget at $27.64 billion is 4.9% greater than the $26.37 billion set for 2019. The largest portion of the budget will be used for road building, with plans to expand the major road network by 837km, a significant jump from the 406km of roads for 2019. In addition, 6.9km of new bridges will be built in 2020. Also figuring in the transport plans will be 239km of rail links and three airports. Addit
Earthmoving & Earth Compaction / August 27, 2019

Indonesia is planning a massive development of its infrastructure, with transport being a key priority. The 2020 budget at $27.64 billion is 4.9% greater than the $26.37 billion set for 2019. The largest portion of the budget will be used for road building, with plans to expand the major road network by 837km, a significant jump from the 406km of roads for 2019. In addition, 6.9km of new bridges will be built in 2020. Also figuring in the transport plans will be 239km of rail links and three airports. Additional housing and 49 new dams will also be constructed. Many of the larger projects will be financed under the PPP model, with 11 of the projects already intended to benefit from PPP financing sources.