Sulawesi has been recognised as a key economic corridor by successive governments of Indonesia under national development plans.
Kereta api menjadi fokus dari kunjungan delegasi Indonesia di bidang transportasi ke Melbourne minggu ini.
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While Bali has bounced back from the pain of the pandemic – more than 15 million visitors have flown there this year so far, among them 1 million Australians – congestion has built up again on its narrow streets and can be challenging to navigate.
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ) is in talks with the Indonesian government to develop the strategically vital Sabang Port, two people aware of the matter said.
A 142-kilometre rail line linking Jakarta with Bandung has been wrought with financial burdens, placing pressure on Indonesia’s inflated state deficit.
Over three days a group of people with an interest in improving transport services in South Sulawesi came together as part of an Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) new fellowship program.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has pointed out that there is no need to rush the opening of the Greater Jakarta light rail transit (LRT) system to the general public, citing that safety must be a priority.
The Makassar – Parepare Railway Project is a new transportation network under construction in the province of South Sulawesi in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s transport ministry and three consultants have pushed back on a China-funded consortium’s plan to start full commercial operations of the country’s $7.3 billion first high-speed train service in August, an internal document shows.
The Governor of South Sulawesi, Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, has used a roundtable event in Melbourne to highlight infrastructure and education. The Read more
Three women with machetes stood guard at their farm hilltop on Indonesia’s Wawonii Island, directing their blades towards the nickel miners working in the forest clearing below.
Pricing strategy and subsidies are crucial components of the new South Sulawesi railway, with a conference in Jakarta hearing that support is necessary for both freight and passenger rail in the project’s early stages.