Presentation on theme: "Transport Sector Performance Indicators Asia Workshop Sri Lanka, 22 – 24 April 2005 Transport Indicators 2005 Indonesia."— Presentation transcript:
Transport Sector Performance Indicators Asia Workshop Sri Lanka, 22 – 24 April 2005 Transport Indicators 2005 Indonesia
1. Introduction 2. Overview of Indonesia 3. Policy Priorities 4. Current Indicators 5. Indicators Rethought 6. Closure
INTRODUCTION 1 INTRODUCTION Transport performance indicator is very important can not define the overall performance of our transportation system transportation problems can not be well identified transportation remedial and development measure can only be established hardly and vaguely This resulted to different items of indicators which hardly can be uniform and standard The objective of the workshop is to develop general transport performance indicators
OVERVIEW - INDONESIA 2 OVERVIEW - INDONESIA 1. General 2. Socio Economic
21 General Indonesia is one of two archipelago countries in Southeast Asia, located between Pacific and Indian Ocean between Asia and Australia. 18.110 islands, total area of 9.800.000 km2, land area of 1.890.754 km2 sea area of 7.900.000 km2. divided into 33 provinces.
Map of Indonesia
22 Socio Economic Population (2002) population of Indonesia is 202.717.418. density is 107 person/ km2. growth 0.88 % per annum in average. not well distributed among different islands density vary from 7,000 – 12,000 person/ km2 across the six Javanese provinces. Irian is the emptiest island with an average density of only around 6 person/ km2. Economics (2000) Total Gross National Product (GNP) US $ 135.177 million. average GNP per capita of US $ 613
Indonesian GNP Structure - 2000 NoSectorPercent (%) 123456789123456789 Agriculture, livestock, forestry and fishery Mining and querying Manufacturing Electricity, Gas and Water supply Construction Trade, Hotel and Restaurant Transport and Communication Financial Services 16.67 13.19 25.41 1.51 5.83 16.06 5.06 6.46 9.80 100.00
POLICY PRIORITIES 3 POLICY PRIORITIES 1. National Program Document 2. Policy Priorities
31 National Program Document a National Transportation Development Program Document, every 5 year SISTRANAS (Sistem Transportasi Nasional) the latest SISTRANAS 2003
32 Policy Priorities Seven Policy Priorities: 1. Improvement of national transportation system services 2. Improvement of transportation safety and security 3. Improvement of transportation business 4. Improvement of manpower quality and development of transportation science and technology 5. Improvement of environmental quality and energy consumption efficiency 6. Augmentation of transportation development fund 7. Improvement of transport related public administration quality
CURRENT INDICATORS 4 CURRENT INDICATORS 1. Reference 2. Sistranas Objective 3. Several Key Performances
41 Reference no well established standard each body uses its own no particular unit assigned for refer to SISTRANAS 2003 objective
51 Indicators Principals 1. Nature 2. Standard Value 3. Transport Classification 4. Coverage 5. Quality Requirement 6. Type & Program
511 Nature a set of values which reflect area wide transportation system quality may vary for different quality measurement purpose. it might be necessary to use different indicators for different modes. may vary across area type
512 Standard Value It is important to have certain minimum values or average values as standard performance value to against which each performance level could be judged.
513 Transport Classification ModesRoad Rail Inland waterways Ferry Sea Air AreaNational >< Regional Urban >< Rural
514 Coverage Should cover different aspects : - infrastructure - services - demand - tariff and purchasing power - safety and security - financial aspect - managerial aspect - institutional aspect, etc.
515 Performance Requirement To be good, transport performance indicators have to represent key indicator of transport quality be simple be clear be easy to collect or established.
516 Type & Program might be classified into basic indicators and more details indicators. Basic indicators are a set of indicators of the most important and basic in representative nature. Nationwide basic transport performance should be established systematically, regularly, step by step.
521 Basic >< More Detail Basic indicators Related to infrastructure : volume, capacity, density and coverage Related to transport services : service line length, volume, capacity, density and coverage Related to tariff and purchasing power Related to the investment efficiency and effectiveness Related to safety and security Etc More detailed indicators Related to infrastructure : black spot spreading, infrastructure condition, etc Related to transport services: level of comfort, punctuality, reliability, etc. Etc
522 Proposal (Indicative) NoObjectObject of Measurement 1InfrastructureExistence- number/length - density per area - density per - population - coverage area Use- loading factor - black spot extension 2Transport ServiceExistence- number of services line - service density Use- coverage area - loading factor 3Safety- number of accident - accident rate - fatality rate 4Subsidy- subsidize sector extent - subsidize operation extent - amount of subsidy 5Transport Operation-extent of privatization - mode of privatization - efficiency 6Management- efficiency 7Institutional- existence of codes - existence of transportation agency 8Environmental- pollution level - transportation unit pollution rate - environmental relates codes
53 Sistranas 2003 Derivatives
CLOSURE 6 CLOSURE indicator standardization indicator classification data availability regular issues of transport statistic
Indicators – Supply number or length of infrastructure number/capacity/length of transport service density Coverage Vehicle population