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There are 30 projects that have been selected as priority infrastructure projects in Indonesia for the period 2016-2019. In total, all these projects together will require some IDR 5,519 trillion (approx. US $415 billion) worth of investment. However, the Indonesian government (including state-owned enterprises and regional governments) can only come up with IDR 1,400 trillion, or 26 percent of the required funds. The remainder therefore needs to be covered by the private sector. As such, the key for success is fruitful cooperation between the private and public sector (for example through public-private partnerships).
Adequate quality and quantity of infrastructure is a requirement to become an advanced nation. Currently Indonesia's infrastructure lags behind hence curtailing connectivity and causing high logistics costs.
What are the 30 priority infrastructure projects of Indonesia (2016-2019)?
|Priority Infrastructure Projects 2016-2019|
|Balikpapan-Samarinda Toll Road||National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (Phase A)|
|Manado-Bitung Toll Road||Waste Processing System Jakarta|
|Serang-Panimban Toll Road||Development plan Water Supply System Semarang|
|Trans Sumatra Toll Road||High Voltage Direct Current|
|Soekarno-Hatta Railway||Electricity Transmission Sumatra|
|North-South Line Jakarta MRT||Central-West Java Electricity Transmission|
|Makassar-Parepare Railway||Batang Power Plant|
|Kuala Tanjung Port||Electric Steam Power Plant Indramayu|
|Bitung Port||Electric Steam Power Plant South Sumatra|
|Karangkates Hydroelectric Power Plant||Bontang Oil Refinery|
|Kesamben Hydroelectric Power Plant||Revitalization Refinery Development Masterplan|
|Lodoyo Hydroelectric Power Plant||West Java Port (northern coast)|
|Inland Waterways Cikarang-Bekasi-Sea||Tuban Oil Refinery|
|LRT South Sumatra||Palapa Ring Broadband|
|LRT Jakarta||East Kalimantan Railway|