Final transisi pakgandhi_newyear

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  • Performance based contract untukpembinaanjalandaerah, diberikaninsentifuntuk yang bagusdandisinsentifbagi yang jelek
  • Expressway bicaraaxleload, loading---titikberatkonektivitas, bagaimana BM tidakterpakupada network yang sekarang
  • Final transisi pakgandhi_newyear

    1. 1. Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative :MENJAWAB TANTANGAN MASA DEPAN JANUARI 2012
    2. 2. Review on present condition & lessons learnt 3 Pillars GDP ------------------------------------- 1. National Connectivity 2010 (6% PA) 7-8% p.a. 2025 2. Human Resources Development US$. 0.75 T ------------------------- 3. Science and Technology US$.4.55 T Review on present condition & lessons learn Infrastructure deficiency Heavily dependent on road: while uncertainty on travel speed
    3. 3. SECTOR CHALLENGES High land transport costs – lowLow competitiveness in infrastructure, connectivity of economic centresroads (GCI 2011) Developing Asia Vietnam ASEAN Indonesia Indonesia China China Thailand Thailand Malaysia Malaysia Singapore 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.000 2 4 6 8 Trip time (hr/100 km) Backlog in Expressway Development Malaysia China Philippines Thailand INDONESIA Indonesia Vietnam 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Expressway Density (km/1000 pop.)
    4. 4. Road Connectivity – Current and Target Service Levels Normalized Trip Times on Economic Corridor Arterial Roads - 2011 Trip time hr/100 km* 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 Trans-Sumatra 1 Target Service level Trans-Java 1-1.5 hr/100 km 2 Kalimantan 3 Sulawesi 4 Bali-NTT 5 Papua-Maluku 6 Road Trip Time Nautical Add-on * Corridor distance shorter than Arterial road distance
    5. 5. 1. ROAD DEVELOPMENT2. “ASSET” MANAGEMENT - Project Delivery & Implementation - Management System & Performance Monitoring (IRMS) - Road Safety3.FACILITATION FOR SUB-NATIONAL ROAD INSTITUTIONAL HRD RESHAPING
    6. 6. ROAD DEVELOPMENT (1)Normative with (Limited) Incremental WideningStandard Expressway Development Connectivity goal By 2025 •/ / In the corridor • strong linkages w/ main sea-port MASTER PLAN
    7. 7. ROAD DEVELOPMENT(2): EXPRESSWAY DEVELOPMENT OF ROAD CAPACITY IN EASTERN SUMATRA CORRIDOR - 2010 TO 2029 80 Financing Plan 5-Year Spending estimate (IDR T)ARTERIAL NATIONAL ROAD WIDTH 70 Width (m) 1.5 14 60 12 7 10 50 9 8 40 7 58.6 6 30 47.9 5 0 4 20NR Link 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 20.2Origin B Aceh Lhokswe Langsa Medan Tebing Tg R Prapat Sp Batang Dumai Pekanba Pem Reba Jambi Palembg Buj Tenuk Bakauhuni 10 2.6 3.6 3 1.7 3 3 0Arterial length km 644 694 754 443 0 0 1.8 3Distance fr S km 2536 1892 1198 443 R1 R2 R3 R4 RENSTRA PERIODEXPRESSWAYDual Cway Rd Presv Rd Widening Exwy GOI Exwy PrivSec Renstra period color code Baseline 2010-2014 2015-2019 2020-2024 2025-2029NR Link 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113Origin B Aceh Lhokswe Langsa Medan Tebing Tg R Prapat Sp Batang Dumai Pekanba Pem Reba Jambi Palembg Buj Tenuk BakauhuniExwy length km 460 564 610 380 0Distance fr S km 2014 1554 990 380 Connectivity: Travel Time from South to North 70 90 80 60 Average Travel Speed km/h 70 50 TRAVEL TIME (hr) 60 B Aceh 50 40 Medan 40 Pekanb 30 30 Palem 20 20 Boukh 10 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 0 2030 2025 2015 2010 2020 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030
    8. 8. ROAD DEVELOPMENT (3): SIMULASI PENDANAAN Total Highway Expenditure to Meet Connectivity Goals - Long-term Plan to 2029Annual Expenditure IDR t Exw-PS Exw-GOI Devel-DGH Presvn - DGH Mgt - DGH
    9. 9. ASSET MANAGEMENT (1): PROJECT DELIVERY & IMPLEMENTATION. Pavement Design Standard Incl : - Long life pavement design - Strong Road foundation & drainage. Catalogue approach (based on life-cycle analysis and cost). Technology issues. Projects Packaging: Efficiency QualityLEADING TOWARD PBMC
    10. 10. ASSET MANAGEMENT (2): MANAGEMENT SYSTEM & PERFORMANCE MONITORING (DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM). IRMS ----------------------------------------- IRMS 2nd generation // HDM-4. Data Collection --------------------- Data Provider Data Management. Purposes - for programming - for design - for performance monitoring - The use of Modern Equipment (automatic survey). Centralized vs (to what extend be) Decentralized
    11. 11. ASSET MANAGEMENT (3): ROAD SAFETY  SAFER ROAD…........It is time to ‘walk’ the ‘talk’……!• Accident ----- Blackspot ------- Remedial Reduction Identification Measures = f(Accident Data)• Accident ----- Safety Audit• The way to incorporate within the road• Training for BM & Partners  Performance Evaluation: iRAP’s ‘STAR-RATING’
    12. 12. FACILITATION OF SUB-NATIONAL ROAD. Maintenance policy and guidelines. Maintenance planning procedures. Coordination model. Accountability : DAK ------- ‘Grant’ based system (?) //past SK 77
    13. 13. LOCAL ROADS – MODELS FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT TT Local Govt Road Association TT IRE TT Forum DGH Guidelines MODEL B MODEL A MODEL C Technology National Technical Technical supportTransfer Centres Support by dedicated entity USA AU, NZ
    14. 14. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT & ( INSTITUTIONAL RESHAPING )(Trend) Where to go HR Institutional To be professional Reshaping (for Efficiency)Choice of (& Combination) • In-House Training (Learning by doing) • Comparison Study or Short course • Post graduate study (S2, S3) as necessary
    15. 15. Usulan Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum untuk Program INDII ke DEPAN Bidang ke Bina Margaan1. Masterplan jalan nasional2. Penyempurnaan IRMS3. Road Safety4. Pembinaan Jalan Daerah5. Peningkatan SDM
    16. 16. NEW: Need Local Policy Analyst Group DG Highways Independent senior BINA MARGA International Expert policy analyst SELECTED STAFF: (GH,MA,SD,AS) DR,Y,EKA,FARA Long term plan Capacity building Road Safety Local Govt DSSJanuary 27, 20122011 2014
    17. 17. • TERIMA KASIH

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