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Indonesia’s massive $27.38 billion transport infrastructure development programme planned

Christian Fernsby |
A massive programme of transport infrastructure development is planned by Indonesia’s current administration.

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A budget of $27.38 billion has been set for this work in 2019, an increase of 1% from the budget set for 2018.

Work will be carried out to improve and/or upgrade 2,007km of roads and 27,067km of bridges under the plans.

The programme also calls for the construction of four near airports and improvements to 415km of rail lines, as well as other infrastructure improvements.


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