Indonesia Transport

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Mobile ride-hailing applications are revolutionising urban transport in Indonesia. Recording triple-digit growth in recent years, apps like Grab, Go-Jek and Uber have made significant inroads, offering targeted GPS services that enable rapid pick-up, easier navigation, speedier journeys and lower price points. Recent investment announcements...

Chapter | Transport from The Report: Indonesia 2018

Road, port, airport and rail upgrades are a critical priority for the government of President Joko Widodo, with his administration having overseen an infrastructure and transport spending surge since taking office in 2014. The main aims of this increased resource allotment are to lower transportation costs – which are among the highest in South-east Asia – reduce congestion, and improve the...

With investment in industrial zones, SEZs, infrastructure and priority industries set to increase in the coming years, Indonesia remains extremely well positioned to capitalise on its position as a regional leader.

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.


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 “...


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.

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