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Report
COUNTRY REPORT
ROAD SECTOR DEVELOPMENT
IN INDONESIA
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHWAYS
STRATEGIC PLAN 2010-2014
STRATEGIC PLAN
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHWAYS 2010-2014
Vision
• The realization of a reliable, integrated and sustainable national
road network to support economic growth and social welfare.
• Realizing sustainable national road network of sufficient mobility,
accessibility and safety, to serve national and regional activity
centres as well as national strategic areas
Mission
• Realizing inter-urban national freeway network and in urban areas
with intense logistical movement connecting and serving major
national economic activity centres
• Facilitating local governments capacity in sustainable road
management to provide mobility, accessibility and safety
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CONCEPT OF ROAD NETWORK FORMULATION
• RTRWN
• UU No. 24/ 1982
PP No. 47 TH. 1997 ttg RTRWN
• ENVIRONMENT
Law /Regulation on
Road :
• UU No. 38 TH. 2004
• PP No. 34 TH. 2006
• PP No. 15 TH. 2005
(on Toll Road)
UU, PP ttg Lalu Lintas :
• UU No. 14 TH. 1992
• UU No. 22 TH. 2009
• PP. No. 43 TH. 1993
PRIMARY ARTERIAL
PRIMARY SYSTEM
(NATIONAL)
PRIMARY COLLECTOR
PRIMARY LOCAL
JAR. TRANSP. NAS./SISTRANAS
(Land Transport, Road sub sector)
(MID TERM & LONG TERM)
SECONDARY ARTERIAL
• GROWTH
• EQUALITY
MID TERM AND LONG
TERM POLICY AND
STRATEGY OF ROAD
MANAGEMENT
SECONDARY SYSTEM
(URBAN)
SECONDARY COLLECTOR
SECONDARY LOCAL
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LOGISTIC SYSTEM
• The increasing competition at
global level impose every
country and business players
to improve effectiveness and
efficiency of logistic system
• The performance of
Indonesia’s logistic sector is
not yet optimum due to high
logistic cost and low service
level
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LOGISTIC PERFORMANCE OF INDONESIA
AMONG ASEAN+6
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NATIONAL CONNECTIVITY FRAMEWORK
Locally Integrated, Globally Connected
Regional
Develop
ment
Domestic
Connectivity
ICT
- Intra island
Sistranas
- Inter island
- Internasional
Sislognas
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NATIONAL CONNECTIVITY FRAMEWORK
(Continued)
Integration of Sislognas, Sistranas (multimodal transport, master plan of seaport, airport,
road, and railway) and regional development plan
This framework considers the natural condition, geography and demography
Ports
Roads
Railways
Airports
Multimodal
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VISION OF CONNECTIVITY FRAMEWORK:
LOCALLY INTEGRATED, GLOBALLY CONNECTED
3 Levels of Connectivty
City
Town
Island
Town
Asia
City
Indonesia
International
Gateway
Town
Town
City
Island
Town
Europe
City
Town
Town
Island
Town
America
City
Among Growth Poles Within Growth Poles
(sub-regions)
(urban)
Intra-island
LOCAL Connectivity
Inter-island
NATIONAL Connectivity
International
GLOBAL Connectivity
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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR
BASED ON NATIONAL SPATIAL PLAN (RTRWN)
Benggala Gulf,
Mediteran, Indian Ocean
(Middle East, Europe)
South China Sea
(Japan, Korea, Philippine)
South China Sea
(Hongkong, China, Taiwan)
Lhokseumawe
Pacific Ocean
(Japan, Korea, USA, Canada)
BANDAR SRI BEGAWAN
KUALA LUMPUR
Simanggaris
Mebidang
Entikong
Dumai
Bontang
SINGAPORE
Pekanbaru
Jambi
Bontang
Pontianak
Batam
Gorontalo
Pacific Ocean (USA,
Canada, Latin America)
Ternate
Manado
Samarinda
Sorong
Palu
Biak
Palangkaraya
Pangkalan Bun
Padang
Palembang
Bengkulu
Bandar Lampung
Jayapura
Ambon
Kendari
Banjarmasin
Makasar
Bau-bau
Serang
Jakarta
Bandung
Semarang
Yogyakarta
Surabaya
Malang
DenpasarMataram
Indian Ocean
(Africa, Australia)
Merauke
DILLI
Kupang
Indian Ocean
(Australia, New Zealand)
Major Island
International Seafare
Route
ZEE Border
National Activity Centres
Regional Activity Centres
Sumber: Ditjen Penataan Ruang Nasional, 2009.
National/Global Strategic
Development Axis
National Strategic Development Axis
Sub-Regional Economic
Cooperation
Production Area
Ocean Production Area
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DEVELOPMENT OF 6 PRIORITY ECONOMIC CORRIDOR
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NATIONAL ROAD ASSET
 NATIONAL ROAD
Length of national road according to Ministerial Decree No.
631/KPTS/M/2009 dated December 31st, 2009 is 38.569,83 km
located on 33 provinces.
 TOLL ROAD
Length of toll road according to Ministerial Decree No.
631/KPTS/M/2009 dated December 31st 2009 is 757,47 km located
on :
 Sumatera Island
42,70 Km
 Java Island
697,12 Km
 Sulawesi Island
17,65 Km
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RELATION BETWEEN ROAD CLASIFICATION
AND MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
NETWORK
SYSTEM
CLASIFICATION/FUNCTION
CLASIFICATION/ MANAGEMENT
ADMINISTRATION AUTHORITY
TOLL ROAD
MINISTER (PW)
NATIONAL ROAD
MINISTER (PW)
PROVINCIAL ROAD
PROVINCIAL
GOVERNMENT
DISTRICT ROAD
LOCAL/NEIGBORHOOD ROAD
DISTRICT
GOVERNMENT
SECONDARY ARTERIAL COLLECTOR LOCAL
NEIGHBORHOOD
SYSTEM
URBAN ROAD
MUNICIPAL
GOVERNMENT
ARTERIAL ROAD
K-1
PRIMARY
SYSTEM
COLLECTOR
ROAD
K-2
K-3
K-4
NOTE :
K1 = CONNECTING AMONG PROVINCIAL CAPITALS
K2 = CONNECTING PROVINCIAL CAPITAL WITH DISTRICT CAPITAL/CITY
K3 = CONNECTING AMONG DISTRICT CAPITALS OR CITIES
K4 = CONNECTING DISTRICT CAPITAL WITH SUB-DISTRICT
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DG OF HIGHWAYS OBJECTIVE 2010 - 2014
1. Percentage of road network in a stable condition
increase up to 94%;
2. Length of road to be expanded in terms of capacity
about 19.370 km or increase of 13.000 lane-km;
3. Facilitation of regional/local road development to
achieve 60% of stable condition.
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MEASURES FOR
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
PERFORMANCE STATEMENT
 Annual performance plan is suited with budget availability
according to budgeting process documents.
 Performance statement is a quantitative government’s
commitment for one year period.
 Performance statement is agreed among program
implementator and the superior (performance agreement) at
each government institution.
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CYCLE OF PLANNING PROGRAMMING & BUDGETING
Nota Keuangan
(NK)
INDICATIVE
CEILING
Meeting
With Parliament
Satuan-3
(RKA-KL)
TEMPORARY
CEILING
MUSRENBANG
Committed
Project
DEFINITIVE
CEILING
TRILATERAL
MEETING
Road
Condition
Year-N
IRMS
Program
Recommendation
Condition Survey
KONREG
Implementation
RKP/RENJA
SAPSK/DIPA
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STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK OF ROAD MANAGEMENT
IRMS
ROAD
PRESERVATION
UNCONST
RAINED
BUDGET
NEEDS
KONREG
CAPACITY
EXPANSION
FS
REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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CONCEPT OF ROAD PRESERVATION
Road deterioration curve with maintenance
Periodic Maintenance
Structural Improvement
Service Capacity
Po
Pt
IDEAL PATH
Deterioration curve condition without maintenance
CRITICAL LIMIT
Routine
Maintenance
Routine
Maintenance
Routine
Maintenance
Age (year)
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TYPES OF ROAD ACTIVITY
1. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Treatment for road surface to increase riding quality, without
improving structural strength and being done all year round.
2. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Maintenance type which being done in periodic sequence and
to increase structural strength (example: 1 layer overlay)
2. RECONSTRUCTION
Treatment for recovering road condition into good state
(example: 2 layers overlay and foundation improvement)
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TYPES OF ROAD PAVEMENT
 Flexible Pavement
 Service period 10 years
 Low up to heavy traffic
 Uneven settlement (not stable)
 Rigid Pavement
 Service period 20 years
 Heavy traffic
 Excellent subgrade with even settlement (stable)
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UTILIZATION OF TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIAL
 UTILIZATION OF TECHNOLOGY
 Recycling is used when the need for overlay is more than
15 cm;
 Preventive technology for maintenance;
 Concrete pavement technology for road construction;
 UTILIZATION OF MATERIAL
 Optimizing the utilization of local materials (stabilization
technique) using cement or lime;
 Buton Asphalt;
 Functional steel truss bridge remain used while bridge
with critical condition will be replaced with concrete.
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IMPLEMENTATION METHOD
Impelementation method of road project are :
 Self-contract
Implemented by Road Preservation Unit supported by
Routine Maintenance Unit and Road Inspector.
 Contractual
 Single year contract
 Multi years contract
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MANAGEMENT OF SATKER (PROJECT) AND PPK (SUB-PROJECT)
 Project Office for National Road Development based on area
(road sections) and its number in each province depends on the
work load, span of control and geographic condition;
 Project Office performance target is formulated based on the
national road performance in its area.
 The working area of sub-project office is about + 100–200 Km,
for metropolitan cities the working area + 25-50 Km;

In a specific area of sub-project manager with special activity it
is possible to create special sub-project office.
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
LAPORAN AKUNTABILITAS KINERJA INSTANSI PEMERINTAH
(LAKIP) / PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT OF
GOVERNMENT INSTITUTION
Document which explains about the realization of performance
accountability and being systematically and institutionally
reported by each unit.
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