Joko Widodo is putting money into roads, power plants and airports in pursuit of higher growth. Neighbors will watch closely.
18 million vehicles clog the city’s streets every day. Emissions from these vehicles accounted for 47 per cent of the air pollution in the capital according to a 2016 study.
While Komodo tourism generates significant cash for one of Indonesia’s poorest regions, it has also brought trash, human encroachment and occasional lizard smuggling. “Indonesia needs to diversify its tourism destinations.”
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo was thinking about management overhaul when he appointed Eko Putro Sandjojo as the villages, disadvantaged regions and transmigration minister in 2016.
Depending who you ask, Cosmo Park is an ingenious urban oasis or an ill-conceived dystopia.
The advanced research was focused on the excavation of certain locations to examine the liquefaction phenomenon that occurred in Palu and surrounding areas on September 28, 2018.
Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab on Monday said it will invest $2 billion into Indonesia over five years, marking its biggest commitment in the region’s most populous market.
Indonesia courts Hong Kong investors to build toll roads on Java as part of Widodo’s ambitious infrastructure plans
Widodo is aiming to build motorways worth US$70 billion and stretching across 5,400km, triple the length of the current road network. The road projects will be part of a US$400 billion…
Projected to reduce travel time between Surabaya and Malang from four hours to less than one, the newly opened Pandaan-Malang Toll Road Read more
In 2019, infrastructure and human resources are a major focus for the Indonesian government. Gearing up for the April elections, Jokowi has Read more
The first light rail transit (LRT) system in Indonesia officially commenced operations in Palembang, South Sumatra on 1 August 2018. Construction began Read more