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Jakarta the “World’s Fastest-sinking City”

According to a Vice News Tonight segment on HBO, Jakarta is the world’s fastest-sinking city, with current estimates predicting that half the city will be...

Mudik Road

Java Roads Prepare For Mudik Congestion

Local governments across Java have hurried to complete construction of secondary roads in an effort to reduce the crippling congestion that has come to mark the pre-Idul...

Government To Launch KA Trans Papua Rail Project

In line with plans to develop infrastructure in Indonesia’s more remote regions, the government is set to construct a railway connecting Papua.

LRT Palembang

Palembang LRT on Track Ahead of Asian Games 2018 Thanks to Minister

Palembang’s vital Light Rail Transit development will receive a financial boost to ensure its completion ahead of Asian Games 2018.

Benoa Port

Bali One Step Closer in Benoa Port Plan

In addition to offering an alternative transportation hub for domestic and international tourists arriving in Bali, the harbour is expected enhance Indonesia’s trade...

Jakarta LRT

Despite Setbacks, Government Sets Ticket Price for LRT

Despite ongoing construction and land acquisition problems, the government has set the price of the upcoming Jabodebek LRT tickets for 2019.

Jakarta Airport Train

Officials: Jakarta’s Airport Train On Track for Completion

The project is a route to and from Soekarno Hatta and Manggarai. PT Raillink claims it will be ready for public use in July of 2017.

Jakarta MRT Project

Jakarta’s MRT is on Track to Open in 2019

Jakarta’s MRT will begin operating in early 2019 but local government dithering risks delays for northern route, planners say.

Expats Look to Yogyakarta, Air Show Takes Off in April

Yogyakarta will hold its 12th Annual Air Show, highlighting the area’s attractions but also an old airport that grounds its tourism.

World Bank Grants Fund For Indonesia Infrastructire Investment

World Bank Coughs Up More Cash For Indonesia’s Infrastructure

World Bank just ponied up more cash for Indonesia’s bold infrastructure push. The funds are meant to improve the nation’s public facilities at large.

World Bank Report

World Bank Projects Higher Than Expected Economic Growth in 2017

The economic growth for 2017 remains upbeat as the latest World Bank report projects it at 5.3 percent, higher than what the government initially expected.

How the Government Aims to Better Connect Indonesia’s Cities in 2017

Connecting people in a nation like Indonesia – which has an extremely diverse geography across thousands of islands – will always be a big challenge, especially with...

Why the Government Needs to Demolish Kemang

After three major floods hit Kemang within a 30-day timeframe, Governor Ahok has decided to make drastic measures. With more devastating floods expected to hit the...

Trans-Sulawesi Railway to Boost Local Economy Without Private Investment

The Government will fund the Trans-Sulawesi railway project entirely, without private investors, in hopes that it will pull foreign money to the region later. The...