Construction of Indonesia’s largest container terminal is on schedule, a senior government official said, even after investors missed a deadline to come up with hundreds of millions of dollars.
Indonesia’s Foreign Minister has taken part in a handover ceremony at the Friendship Hall, a multi-purpose sports venue funded by Indonesia and built for the Pacific Games.
Indonesia’s first high-speed line is on course to open in June 2023.
Kereta api Makassar ke Parepare di Sulawesi Selatan merupakan bagian penting dari infrastruktur di Indonesia dan fokus penting untuk penelitian PAIR.
A PAIR research team has presented data that provides insights into how much passengers and business would use a new rail line being built in South Sulawesi.
PAIR research teams have begun gathering information to allow for the development of seaweed, a vital commodity to Indonesia.
The Makassar-Parepare railway project in South Sulawesi is not only the region’s first train line but part of Indonesia’s larger National Strategic Project (PSN).
The target of the project is to increase growth and equitable development as well as community welfare in South Sulawesi; this will be achieved by increasing economic value and the mobility of people and goods including agricultural, industrial, marine, and tourism products.
Direktur Jenderal Perkeretaaapian Kementerian Perhubungan mempercepat pengerjaan jalur kereta api pertama di Sulawesi. Langkah ini sebagai upaya mengejar target operasi di Oktober 2022.
The Australia Indonesia Centre’s senior advisory group has given enthusiastic support to the work and findings of the transportation team.
RISE PhD Robyn Mansfield has developed a logic model for transforming urban planning organisations to mainstream children’s participation in policy and action.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo officially appoints Bambang Susantono — former deputy transport minister and Asia Development Bank sustainable development vice president — as the head of the newly-established National Capital Authority of Nusantara
Researchers working on transport infrastructure have been out meeting communities in South Sulawesi to learn about their views of a potentially transformative rail line.
Property prices already rising as work on basic infrastructure moves ahead.