INDONESIA’S EFFORTS onDECADE OF ACTION for ROAD SAFETY Expert Group Meeting on Progress on Road Safety Improvement in Asia and the Pacific Bangkok, Thailand 27‐28 September 2011
National statistical trends in road accidentsOn 2010 •Road accident deaths of children less than 5 years are 477
INDONESIA ROAD TRAFFIC VICTIMS in 33 PROVINCES (Indonesia Traffic Coprs, 2011)Road traffic crashes took lives of 31,234 people (2010)
CURRENT NATIONAL GOV’T POLICY FOR ROAD SAFETYLAUNCHING Decade of Action for Road Safetyby Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia(20 June 2011)The target to 2020 is reducing number of roadfatalities up to 50% .
INDONESIA EFFORTS since 2004INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES NATIONAL INITIATIVESWORLD HEALTH DAY 7 April 2004 MOU 4 MINISTERS + DRAFT ROAD SAFETY ROAD SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT HEAD POLICE ACTION PLAN (14 Sectors) 1st NATIONAL ROAD Launched by PRESIDENT SAFETY WEEK (2007) 6 KEYS ROAD SAFETY UN RES A/60/5 20 Oct 2005 2nd NATIONAL ROAD Launched by IMPROVING GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK (2008) VICE PRESIDENT SAFETY 3rd NATIONAL ROAD Launched by SAFETY WEEK (2009) MINISTER OF TRANSPORT 4rd NATIONAL ROAD Launched by SAFETY WEEK (2010) GOVERNORSUN RES A/64/255 2 March 2010 DECADE OF ACTION for DECADE OF ACTION FOR ROAD ROAD SAFETY 2011 Launched by SAFETY (2011‐2020) VICE PRESIDENT National Plan
INDONESIA EFFORTS since 2004• In 2007, Ministry of Transportation (MOT) was developed the Modul of Management Campaign for Road Safety.• From 2007 – 2011, MOT was held TOT of Management Campaign for Road Safety in 19 provinces.• National Planning and Development Board was consensually taking a role as coordinator of governmental stakeholder.• Indonesia Helmet Wearing Rate was published in 2010 at www.hubdat.web.id• GRSP of Indonesia was promote the road safety issues to some organization and stakeholder• Motorcycle industries (Honda and Yamaha) conduct free defensive and safety driving training for public.
NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY INDICATORS• Laws on seat‐belt wearing and “compliance” and Mandatory for Motorcycle daytime head light Motorcycle helmet Indonesia National standard was launch in 2007 (No. SNI1811‐2007)• In 2007, Indonesia was launch “ helmet for kids”. • In 2010, Ministry of Education still developing the curriculum of road safety for Elementary school. • driving health inspect for temporary especially on peak season / long holiday for intercity bus driver.
NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY INDICATORS• Road network planning / design , Road safety audits, Hazardous locations improvement, National Road Safety Master Plan (NRSMP) 2011 – 2035)• New safe crossings program
VEHICLE STATISTICSCars Bus Truck Motorcycle8.148.330 1.095.554 3.296.315 60.152.265
VEHICLE STATISTICS• Technical safety requirements for new vehicle• Frequency of periodic inspection of Vehicles (and is it mandatory ?)
SPEED LIMITMaximum speed in primary road network for :• Road class l, ll and lll A are : ‐ For car, bus and truck 100 km/h ‐ For Articulated vehicle 80 km/h• Road class lll B For car, bus and truck 80 km/h• Road Class lll C For car, bus and truck 60 km/hMaximum speed in Secondery road network for• Road class ll and lllA ‐ For car, bus and truck 70 km/h ‐ For Articulated vehicle 60 km/h• Road class lllB for car, bus and truck 50 km/h• Road class lllC for car, bus and truck 40 km/h
ASIAN HIGHWAY ROAD SAFETY STATUS & TRENDS• National Road Safety Master Plan (NRSMP) 2011 – 2035. AH-Code RSA Blackspot Total AH-2 9 13 22 AH-25 2 14 16
GRANT / LOAN FROM INTERNATIONAL SOURCES FOR ROAD SAFETY• Road safety related loans from international sources ‐ ADB 205,000 US$ (2009‐2010) ‐ World Bank 1,750,000 US$ (2008‐2013)• Road safety related grants from international sources ‐ ITSAP (Indonesia Transport Safety Assistance Package) from Australia + 60,000 AUS $
NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY PLANAPPROACH: 5 PILARS TO IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY SAFER SAFER POST MANAGE SAFER SAFER ROAD CRASH MENT ROADS VEHICLES RESPONSE USERS
PILAR 1: ROAD SAFETY MANAGEMENT ACTION PROGRAMSTARGETEncourage the creation of amulti-sectoral partnership todevelop and establish anationalroad safety strategy,plansand targets supported bythe datacollection and researchevidence to assessthe designof prevention and monitoringthe implementation andeffectiveness.
PILAR 2: SAFER ROADSACTION PROGRAMSTARGET:Improving the quality ofsafety protection for thequality of road networks forthe benefit of all road users,especially the mostvulnerable (eg pedestrians,bicycles and motorcycles).This will be achievedthrough the implementationof assessment andimprovement of roadinfrastructure planning,design, construction andoperation of the safer road.
PILAR 3: SAFER VEHICLES ACTION PROGRAMSTARGET:Global developments forincreasing vehicle safety technology, forboth active and passivesafety througha combination ofglobal harmonization ofrelevant standards,consumerinformation and incentive schemes to acceleratethe absorption ofnew technologies.
PILAR 4: SAFER ROAD USER ACTION PROGRAMS TARGET: Sustainability of Road traffic law enforcement and standards -standards of regulation combined with public awareness or education activities (in the public sector and private sector) that will improve adherence to regulations that reduce the impact of risk factors.
PILAR 5: POST-CRASH RESPONSE ACTION PROGRAMS TARGET:TARGETIncreased responsivenessto emergencies and increasethe ability of thehealth system toprovide appropriateemergency care and long-term rehabilitation.