12 - 13 October, 2011, JW Marriott Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
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Indonesia is becoming one of Asia’s hottest economies boasting 6.5% growth over the past 3 years. Realizing the underdevelopment of transportation is slowering the improvement of country competitiveness, Indonesian Government aims to build massive transport infrastructure. The cost of this endeavor is estimated to be around US$ 160 billion.
The Transport Infrastructure Indonesia brings together government, business and thought leaders to reflect on the key challenges facing Indonesia, evaluate the business and investment opportunities brought about in transportation sector.
For the next 5 years, the country is aiming to build around 20,000 km of roads, as well as other infrastructure including railways, metro lines, and other supporting infrastructure. The cost of this endeavor is estimated to be around US$ 160 billion, around US$60 billion some of which will be publicly funded.
By joining the Transport Infrastructure Indonesia 2011, you will gain access to over 14+ government speakers and industry thought-leaders who will share:
Indonesia’s Longest Bridge
The planned 30 kilometer bridge between Java & Sumatra is estimated to cost around Rp 100 trillion ($10 billion).
Indonesia’s Very First Metro Line
Indonesia’s first US $741 million dollar Metro Project phase 1 is open for tender untill June. The design of phase 2 will begin next year.
Railway Projects in Central Kalimantan to support Coal Mining
Central Kalimantan’s 185-km railway is from Puruk Cahu to Bangkuang and will total US $2.2 billion. The winner will also operate the service for 30 years.
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