Overview: Planning to achieve<br />Tyrone Toole<br />Aberor Dachwan<br />Budiadi<br />
Program and Workshop Activities<br />Opening and Project Overview<br />1. Planning to achieve & NTB planning activities<br...
The Management Cycle<br />Owner<br />Policy Research<br />Planning<br />Policies<br />Public reporting<br />Strategies<br ...
Condition
Resources
Treatments
Productivity
Unit Costs
Economic data</li></ul>Performance Monitoring<br />Classification & Standards<br />-------------<br />-------------<br />N...
What can or should we do?<br />Are our standards appropriate?<br />Are our solutions appropriate?<br />Are our budgets suf...
A change in focus<br />Increased recognition of the importance of an effective network<br />Delivering community benefits<...
6<br />Performance audit<br />4. What level of funding would be required to address findings?<br />1. What condition shoul...
Linking policy and outcomes: Pathway to progress<br />Outputs & Outcomes<br /><ul><li> Performance
 Accountability
 Transparency
 Commitment</li></ul>Implementation<br /><ul><li>Delivery capacity
 Enabling environment
 Efficiency & effectiveness</li></ul>Policy & Planning<br /><ul><li> Policy & objectives
 Appropriate standards
  Asset condition & use
 Funding adequacy & predictability
 Funding allocation
 User engagement
 Quality</li></li></ul><li>Planning to achieve: Take home messages<br />Stated policy & supportive objectives<br />Compreh...
NTB planning studies & situational analysis<br />Tyrone Toole<br />Aberor Dachwan<br />Budiadi<br />
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Pkrmmp phase 2 ntb workshop final ty-session 1

  1. 1. Overview: Planning to achieve<br />Tyrone Toole<br />Aberor Dachwan<br />Budiadi<br />
  2. 2. Program and Workshop Activities<br />Opening and Project Overview<br />1. Planning to achieve & NTB planning activities<br />2. Benefits of a strengthened road maintenance policy<br />3. Maintenance delivery capacity & options<br />4. Output-based road maintenance<br />5. Output-based funding of roads<br />Workshop<br />Activity 3<br />Workshop<br />Activity 2<br />Workshop<br />Activity 1<br />Panel feedback<br />Way Forward<br />
  3. 3. The Management Cycle<br />Owner<br />Policy Research<br />Planning<br />Policies<br />Public reporting<br />Strategies<br />Highway Management Information<br /><ul><li>Inventory
  4. 4. Condition
  5. 5. Resources
  6. 6. Treatments
  7. 7. Productivity
  8. 8. Unit Costs
  9. 9. Economic data</li></ul>Performance Monitoring<br />Classification & Standards<br />-------------<br />-------------<br />Needs Assessment<br />Implementation<br />Service Provider<br />Programming<br />Manager<br />Finance & Resources<br />Project Preparation<br />Operations<br />
  10. 10. What can or should we do?<br />Are our standards appropriate?<br />Are our solutions appropriate?<br />Are our budgets sufficient?<br />What are the consequences on the network?<br />Lots of money – desirable standards<br />Less money<br />Have we sold the benefits &outcomes to users?<br />
  11. 11. A change in focus<br />Increased recognition of the importance of an effective network<br />Delivering community benefits<br />As an engine for growth<br />Realisation of the disbenefits of a lack of action<br />Increased transport costs<br />Loss in asset value<br />Impacts on society<br />Treating roads as a business<br />Selection of viable investments<br />Setting performance goals<br />Choosing appropriate management and delivery arrangements<br />Implementing sustainable solutions<br />Ensuring sufficient and stable funding<br />Getting customer feedback<br />
  12. 12. 6<br />Performance audit<br />4. What level of funding would be required to address findings?<br />1. What condition should our roads be in?<br />Performance criteria & condition<br />Data issues<br />Program management<br /> Project selection<br />Outcomes<br />Engagement<br />Safety<br />Efficiency<br />Retained value<br />2. What is the actual condition of our Roads?<br />3. What is being done to address any gap?<br />Pavements, Configuration & Bridges<br />
  13. 13. Linking policy and outcomes: Pathway to progress<br />Outputs & Outcomes<br /><ul><li> Performance
  14. 14. Accountability
  15. 15. Transparency
  16. 16. Commitment</li></ul>Implementation<br /><ul><li>Delivery capacity
  17. 17. Enabling environment
  18. 18. Efficiency & effectiveness</li></ul>Policy & Planning<br /><ul><li> Policy & objectives
  19. 19. Appropriate standards
  20. 20. Asset condition & use
  21. 21. Funding adequacy & predictability
  22. 22. Funding allocation
  23. 23. User engagement
  24. 24. Quality</li></li></ul><li>Planning to achieve: Take home messages<br />Stated policy & supportive objectives<br />Comprehensive process with checks and balances<br />Realistic targets and pragmatic process<br />Published plans<br />Customer involvement<br />Reporting<br />Effective feedback loop<br />Business improvement plans<br />
  25. 25. NTB planning studies & situational analysis<br />Tyrone Toole<br />Aberor Dachwan<br />Budiadi<br />
  26. 26. This presentation<br /><ul><li> Planning priorities in NTB
  27. 27. Performance of sub-national roads
  28. 28. Current status of road maintenance
  29. 29. Funding needs and availability
  30. 30. Key challenges
  31. 31. Possible actions</li></li></ul><li>National and regional development objectives<br /> Statements by the Government of Indonesia<br />Pro growth, Pro jobs, Pro poor, Pro environment<br />Corridor Connectivity agenda - addressing service bottlenecks - <br />Reduce price and service disparities<br />Accelerate poverty reduction<br />Enhance competitiveness<br /> Statements by regional representatives<br />sustainable tourism, agriculture and fisheries<br />effective corridors<br />500 km of key routes<br />Less unstable roads<br /> Statements by development partners<br />
  32. 32. Planning priorities & targets<br /><ul><li> Provincial roads in NTB</li></ul>% stable roads from 46% to 72% by 2014<br />Lombok<br />Accessibility 40%<br />Mobility 60%.<br />Sumbawa<br />Accessibility 60%<br />Mobility for 40%.<br />Accessibility <br />minimum surface widths and surface type<br />no potholes, cracking or rutting<br />Mobility - target width 7m<br />
  33. 33. Current status of road maintenance<br /> Road characteristics and condition<br /> Funding capacity and funding demand<br /> Planning priorities and decision support<br /> Maintenance delivery capacity<br />
  34. 34. Reported surface types & road condition: Phase 1<br />
  35. 35.
  36. 36. Distribution of road roughness<br /><ul><li>50% good or fair condition
  37. 37. significant disparities:
  38. 38. Lombok 26% unstable
  39. 39. 10% passable with difficulty
  40. 40. Sumbawa 65% unstable
  41. 41. 35% passable with difficulty</li></li></ul><li>Distribution of road width<br /><ul><li>45% by length below minimum target
  42. 42. 35% in Lombok
  43. 43. 60% in Sumbawa
  44. 44. 95% below desirable target
  45. 45. 87% in Lombok
  46. 46. 98% in Sumbawa</li></li></ul><li>
  47. 47. Road characteristics & condition: Phase 2<br /><ul><li> Widespread issues of a maintenance nature</li></ul> Lack of effective asset preservation<br /> Need to restore short lengths of failed sections<br /> Absence or ineffective drainage system and crown height<br /><ul><li> Extensive lengths of poor surfaces
  48. 48. Impact on seasonal access and mobility.
  49. 49. Similar issues on P & K roads
  50. 50. Similar solutions would be appropriate</li></li></ul><li>Traffic levels and composition<br /><ul><li>< 100 to > 5,000 light & commercial AADT
  51. 51. Motorcycles increase AADT by a factor of 3 or 4, and provide access and mobility
  52. 52. Traffic levels in Sumbawa 1/5th those in Lombok.</li></li></ul><li>Current budgets and needs: Provincial Roads<br />* Includes Governor & DPRD agreed 3 year funding<br />
  53. 53. Roughness trend – unconstrained (sealed roads)<br />
  54. 54. Spreading out the task: Provincial roads<br />
  55. 55. Roughness trend – spreading the task (sealed roads)<br />
  56. 56. Planning priorities and decision support: Phase 1<br /><ul><li> Community demands or political decisions.
  57. 57. Use of network data.</li></ul>Lombok Tenggah does not use SK77, the reason being that:<br />The Kabupaten Parliament does not believe the guidelines are sufficiently aspirational, and not in line with the interests of the communities.<br />
  58. 58. Main challenges in establishing sustainable road maintenance<br />The absence of clear directives , technical guidelines & effective coordination.<br />Maintenance and preservation activities not in keeping with community needs and aspirations.<br />Extensive lengths of very poor road conditions which impact accessibility and mobility.<br />Maintenance and asset preservation underfunded.<br />Little money for routine maintenance.<br />Serious mismatch between medium budgets.<br />
  59. 59. Draft road maintenance policy statement<br />Systematic management <br />Better coordination forum and stakeholder engagements<br />Best practice technical guidelines and specifications.<br />Optimise funding allocations to roads and ensure their effective use<br />
  60. 60. Example immediate actions<br />Governor and provincial and regency parliaments to:<br />allocate sufficient money<br />choose appropriate priorities<br />enforce guidelines and planning<br />DGH/Agents review and evaluate plans.<br />DGH updates and disseminates guidelines<br />Regional governments implement guidelines.<br />

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