Indonesia Sustainable Urban Transport Program Indonesia (NAMA SUTRI)

This project will contribute to transforming urban transport in Indonesia with a mix of capacity-building and investment measures.

In selected Indonesian cities, a Sustainable Urban Transport Fund will co-fund transport demand management measures such as ‘park and ride’ facilities and the building of sidewalks and bicycle networks.

Furthermore, the project will provide technical assistance to local governments through a Technical Support Unit. This will include assistance for reviewing Transport Master Plans and approaching investment programmes, national grant schemes and the private sector for co-financing.

Jakarta in Indonesia

Expected co-benefits include less congestion, air pollution and segregation, as well as improved accessibility to public transport, creation of new jobs and reduced social inequality.

It is estimated that GHG emissions can be reduced by 0.6 to 1.5 million tons CO2e per year in 2020.

Facts
Partner ministries Ministry of Transportation
Delivery organisation Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Implementing partners Indonesian Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF); Ministry of Transportation (MoT); Committee of NAMA SUTRI; National Development Planning Ministry (BAPPENAS)
Funding volume EUR 14 million
Project duration 2015–2019
Status funding for implementation approved, 1st call

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