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1 POLICY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SECTOR THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) SCHEME Ministry of Transportation Of Indonesia BAUMA, Munich Germany 17 April 2013

2 VISION OF TRANSPORTATION “Implementation of Reliable Transport Services, Empowerment and Competitiveness That Provide Added Values 2010 ECONOMICS (5,5%) TRANSPORTATION (8,25%) FINANCING 272,04 TRILLION BUDGET 17,569 TRILLION 2011 ECONOMICS (6,0%) TRANSPORTATION (9,0%) FINANCING 294,46 TRILLION BUDGET TRILLION 2012 ECONOMICS (6,4%) TRANSPORTATION (9,6%) FINANCING 320,96 TRILLION BUDGET 28,117 TRILLION 2013 ECONOMICS (6,7%) TRANSPORTATION (10,05%) FINANCING 351,77 TRILLION BUDGET 29,950 TRILLION 2014 ECONOMICS (7,0%) TRANSPORTATION (10,5%) FINANCING 387,12 TRILLION BUDGET 30,984 TRILLION (optimistic) STRATEGY Arrangement of Transportation Organization Transport Development Regulation Reform Bureaucracy Reform Enhancing Human Resources Quality Involvement of Private Sector GROWTH AND FINANCING TARGET OF TRANSPORTATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH STRATEGIC PLAN Implementation of transportation through international cooperation based on mutual benefits and to attract investments that could provide added values Affordability of transportation services throughout the border region Availability of infrastructure and facilities with adequate capacity and service quality GOALS OF TRANSPORTAT ION DEVELOPMENT 2

3 Roles of Transportation in National Development PROSPERITY AND WELFARE Contributions To Welfare Society Contributions To Welfare Society Pro Poor Pro Growth Pro Job Pro Green Pro Poor Pro Growth Pro Job Pro Green Contributions Against Economics Growth Contributions Against Economics Growth Contributions Against Improvement on Quality Environment Contributions Against Improvement on Quality Environment Supply chain of goods and passengers accesibility Supply chain of goods and passengers accesibility Attracts investment stimulate exports and tourism Attracts investment stimulate exports and tourism Revitalization of Agriculture, Fishery, Forestry and Rural Areas Revitalization of Agriculture, Fishery, Forestry and Rural Areas Eliminate Poverty, and Improving Employment Opportunities Eliminate Poverty, and Improving Employment Opportunities Eliminate regional disparities, Supporting border regions and, Remote Areas Develop Regional Connectivity Eliminate regional disparities, Supporting border regions and, Remote Areas Develop Regional Connectivity Development Based on Community Empowerment Development Based on Community Empowerment Development based on Spatial Planning Development based on Spatial Planning Adaptation to Climate Change Adaptation to Climate Change

4 NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM STRATEGIC PLAN (RENSTRA) MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION VISION AND MISSION BY THE PRESIDENT LONG PERIOD OF THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN MEDIUM PERIOD OF THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN SPATIAL PLAN REGULATION TRANSPORTATION REGULATION GENERAL PLAN OF NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK / TOLL TRAFFIC NETWORK AND TRANSPORTATION MASTERPLAN NATIONAL RAILWAY MASTERPLAN ARRANGEMENT OF THE NATIONAL SEAPORTS ARRANGEMENT OF THE NATIONAL AIRPORTS ROAD REGULATION NATIONAL SPATIAL PLAN BLUEPRINT OF THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TATRANAS INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT PLAN BY PRIVATE / STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES/LOCAL-OWNED ENTERPRISES MoT WORK PLAN MoT BUDGET WORK PLAN MoT BUDGET EXECUTION LIST GOVERNMENT WORK PLAN ROLLING PLAN FRAMEWORK OF TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT PLAN 4

5 NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN CONNECTIVITY 5 Increasing safety, security, and service facilities and transportation infrastructure appropriate to the Minimum Service Standards; Increasing public accessibility to health facilities and transportation infrastructure to encourage the development of inter-regional connectivity; Increasing the capacity of transportation facilities and infrastructure to minimize de-backlog and de-bottleneck capacity of transportation infrastructure; Improving quality of human resources and restructuring the institution and regulation ; Enhancing the development of an efficient transportation technologies as well as environmentally secure in anticipating climate change.

6 DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF MARINE TRANSPORTATION Construct & develope224 seaports and marine dredging activity to support marine transportation Provide subsidies for the pioneer marine transportation, build the passengers ship, and the pioneer ship Build the ship for marine inspectors equiped with facilities for surveillance to support the monitoring of the ship Develope and rehabilitate marine navigational aids and telecommunication for navigational ship Build the patrol boats

7 AIR TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN Develope, rehabilitate and maintenance of airport infrastructure at 245 airports Provide Transportation Services subsidy for pioneer air transportation Develope, rehabilitate and maintain the infrastructure of aviation security, covering procurement and installation of aviation security facilities, procurement and delivery of equipment for fire Fighting and Rescue and salvage, procurement of goods handling equipment for hazardous materials (dangerous goods), etc. Develope, rehabilitate and maintain air navigation infrastructure includes : procurement, installation of air navigation aids facilities, aviation communication facilities, replacement of DVOR / DME, etc. Supervise and Develope the Airworthiness and Operation of Aircraft, covering human resources development, institutional development, certification programs (aircraft, organization, personnel), etc.

8 RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN Rehabilitation of railway in Sumatera (45,55 km) and Java (150,08 km) 2.Development of railway track, including reactivation of dead track in Sumatera (346,48km) and Java (1.013,05 km) 3.Construction of new railway track / double track in Sumatera (99,25 km) and Java (343,76 km) 4.Rehabilitation of bridges in Sumatera (58 unit) and Java (174 unit) 5.Rehabilitation / improvement the signal, telecommunication & electrification in Sumatera (70 packages) and Java (184 packages) 6.Material procurement of facilities and its equipment 7.Construction / modification / maintenance railway facilities 8

9 Role of Transportation: Connectivity Achieving inclusive growth Connecting growth centers Successful Economy... Connecting the backward areas with the growth centers Connecting remote areas with infrastructure and basic services in getting the benefits of development Expanding growth by connecting the region through inter-modal supply chain systems Maximum growth achieved through integration instead of uniformity (inclusive development) Surabaya Jakarta Makassar Papua Maluku Sulawesi Ambon Kendari Makassar Manado Economics integration is the best way to get a direct benefit from the concentration of production and the benefits of long-term convergence of living standards

10 Transportation Development Challenges Lack of Government Funding Maintain the level of service on main routes to enhance economics competitiveness Meet international standards in the transportation services (IMO, ICAO, IATA) Increased levels of safety and transportation services Anticipating climate change through reducing carbon emissions Conduct global and regional economic cooperation (APEC, AFTA, BIM-EAGA, ASIA & ASEAN Highway, Asia Railway)

11 Efforts to Accelerate Development of Transportation Infrastructure 11 MP3EI Transportation infrastructure Private Infrastructure (Self Interest) Non -Cost Recovery Project Cost Recovery Project -ACT #23/2007 on Railway - ACT #17/2008 on Sea Transportation - ACT #1/2009 on Air Transportation -President Decree 67/05 -President Decree 13/10 -President Decree 56/11 NBA RBA Special airport Special Sea Ports, Tugs Special trains Licensing Public Infrastructure

12 B reakthrough of MP3EI Master Plan Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economics Development (MP3EI) is intended to accelerate and foster economics development across the nation through 6 (six) economics development corridors. This master plan implements the spirit of “It is not business as usual”. Source: MP3EI,

13 THE BACKGROUND OF MASTERPLAN OF ACCELERATION AND EXPANSION OF ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT OF INDONESIA (MP3EI) Disparity of Price and Services Slow Poverty Elimination Reinforcement of Competitiveness High Cost Weak National Connectivity Weak Competitiveness Late Poverty Reduction 13

14 National Connectivity Framework 14 Corridor 1 Corridor 2 Corridor 3 Connectivity among The Corridors Global Connectivity Connectivity Among centers of economics growth within The Corridors intra corridor Connectivity Centers Of Growth Locus Sector International gateway of Indonesia Europe America

15 Phases of National Connectivity in The Framework of MP3EI Phase : QUICK WINS De-bottlenecking (regulations and physical development) Regional Showcase / Strategic Project Phase Development of new connectivity supporting the corridor / Special Economics Zone Refocusing Medium-Term Development Plan Program to support MP3EI Phase Indonesia longterm connectivity project, aims to gain an adequates, equitable, affordable and safe acces Ministry of Transportation 15

16 SUPPORT OF TRANSPORTATION SECTOR ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORRIDORS OF ECONOMICS WITHIN MP3EI

17 Sumatra Economics Corridor 1 1 Network development and inter-city train service Sigli - Bireuen - Lhokseumawe 172 km Construction of SSK Airport Terminal II ACEH Railway Development Segment: : Bandar Tinggi- Kuala Tanjung (21.5 miles) Maintenance of Railway segment Gn Bayu - Pelanaan Station (2.6 miles) 2 2 The expansion of Port Belawan Construction of Airport Kualanamu Development of Port Kuala Tanjung(PPP) Construction of Railway Station-Kualanamu Araskabu Airport 9 km Railway construction activities throughout 4225 msp Perlanaan cross-Sei Mangke NORTH SUMATRA The expansion of Port Dumai Construction of the passengers terminal of Dumai Port Development of Port Pekanbaru / Perawang RIAU 14 Development of port fasility Malarko Construction of Airport Terminal Raja Haji Fisabilillah ISLANDS RIAU WEST SUMATR Construction of port facilities Cerocor Painan 15 JAMBI Development of Sultan Taha Airport terminal BANGKA BELITUNG Passenger terminal development, Runway and Taxiway Development in Airport Depati Amir LAMPUNG The construction of jetty facilities Bakauheni VI and gangway and ESR 20 Development of the Port of Panjang Construction of the current steering Bakauheni the west and east side Procurement of ships crossing the 5000 GT South Banten Airport Construction BANTEN The construction of dock Merak VI Construction of railway Tulung buyut partial DOUBLE LANE - Blambangan Umpu Construction of an electrical signal in the station Kertapati 8 8 Development of Port of Tanjung Api-Api Development of Port of Palembang 19 Expansion of airport passenger terminal building SM Badaruddin II Palembang Constractions of railway constractions Muara Enim-Tanjung Carat (270 km) and Port of Tanjung Carat Coal 18 Construction of railway network Kertapati-KA- Simpang Tanjung Api-api (90 km) or 250 miles Construction of railway line Tj. Enim-Lampung and Tj.Enim-Kertapati (in addition to existing lines) increasing capacity from 10 million tonnes to 22.7 million tonnes / year 18 Construction of railway line to transport coal from South Sumatra to Lampung 18 SOUTH SUMATRA

18 1 1 Port Development Pamanukan Electrification Development Citayam - Nambo 20 km track Development of cross Cirebon KA-Bradford (62 K m DT) Electrification Development Padalarang-Bandung-Cicalengka (45 km track), Kiara Condong- Cicalengka 22 km DT WEST JAVA Development Railway DDT Manggarai- Bekasi, Bekasi-Cikarang electrification Development and electrification Serpong-Maja-Rangkasbitung; 49 km DT Development of North-South MRT Phase I and II Development and electrification Duri cross-Tanggerang 20 km DT Construction of railway Tanjung Priok Pasoso 2.3 km track * DKI JAKARTA The expansion of Port of Kendal (container pier construction) Ports Development Batang Port Development Rembang Development of cross Pekalongan KA - Semarang (89 Km DT) * Development of Railway- Bojonegoro Semarang-Surabaya (280 km DT) * CENTRAL JAVA Development of Port Tanjung Perak Lamongan (SOE) Development of Port Tanjung Perak Lamongan (SOE) 11 Development of port Branta Development of port Probolinggo Development of Port Pasean Development of port Taddan Development of port Panarukan Railway constrution substitute Lapindo Railway Juanda Airport train Development of port Pacitan EAST JAVA Juanda Airport Development (SOE) 2 Additional Roro Ferry Fleet LDF (SOE) 1 Airport Development Soetta (SOE) 1 BANTEN Java Economics Corridor

19 Bali Tourism Port Development Land Ampo(PPP) Development of terminal of Ngurah Rai International (SOE) 1 Additional Roro Ferry Fleet Gilimanuk – Ketapang (SOE) Development of Port facilities of Bima * NTB Development of Port Facilities of Lembar* Lombok International Airport Construction 3 2 Operation of Railways in Bali to Support Tourism 530 Km (SOE) NTT Development of Port Labuan Bajo* Development of Port Komodo Labuan * Airport Development of Mbay (SOE) Additional Roro Ferry Fleet Lembar - Padang Bay El Tari Airport Development 4 12 Economics Corridor Bali - Nusa Tenggara

20 1 Development of Port Teluk Pisau 10 Development of port Teluk Melano 9 Development of port facilities Pelaihari 8 South KalimantanWest Kalimantan Central Kalimantan Development of Port of Nunukan 6 Development of Port Facilities Penajam Pasir and Kariangau / Balikpapan 4 Executing Agency Port Facilities Development Maloy / Sangkulirang 2 Development of Port Capacity Maloy 1 Development of International Port of Balikpapan (Container Terminal) 3 Development of Port Tanah Grogot 5 New Samarinda airport development Construction of railway Puruk Cahu - Tanjunge Isuy along 203 km 11 Borneo Railway 11 Construction of railway Puruk Cahu - Bangkuang along 185 km 12 Borneo Economics Corridor

21 KENDARI MAMUJU 1 Sulawesi Tenggara 7. Development of jetty of port Bau-Bau North Sulawesi Gorontalo 1. Development of jetty of port Tahuna 2. Development of Jetty of port Lirung 4. Development of port anggrek 5. Construction of Port Facilities Gorontalo 8. Development of jetty of port Raha Central Sulawesi 6. Development of jetty of Port Pantoloan South Sulawesi 10. Development of jetty of port Garongkong 3. Advanced Development Bitung Sea Port Facility 9. Development of jetty of port Bungkutoko Development of port Makassar Sulawesi Economics Corridor

22 Development of seaport sofifi 1 Development of seaport Buli 2 Development of seaport Jailolo 3 Development of seaport Tobelo 4 Development of Port Facilities of Falabisahaya 5 Development of Port Facilities of Labuha/Babang 6 Development of seaport Ternate 7 Development of seaport Gebe 8 Development of seaport Ambon Development of sea port Kaimana 1010 Seaport Saonek/Saokorem 1 Sea port Kokas 1212 Development of passenger terminal and container terminal of Sea port Depapre 15 Sea port Serui 16 Development of seaport Jayapura (Adpel Jayapura) 17 Development of seaport Sorong Arar 14 Seaport Waren 18 Development of sea port Teminabuan 1313 Development of seaport Bade 19 Development of seaport Sarmi 20 Seaport Biak (Adpel Biak) 21 Seaport Nabire 22 Seaport Agats 23 Seaport Amamapare (UPP Amamapare) 24 Development of Morotai airport * 1 Extenson of mopah merauke airport * 2 Enhancement of Sentani airport* 3 Development of seaport Pomako 25 Maluku Utara 9 Maluku Papua Barat Papua Economics Corridor Papua And the Maluku Islands

23 STRATEGY OF FUNDING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE Cost Recovery Infrastructure Allocated to State Owned Enterprises and the Participation Cost Assigned to Private Sectors National Budget Allocation Give Priority to The Development of Basic Infrastructure Foreign AIDS is Mainly Alllocated to Finance Large Infrastructure (can’t be) Funded By Indonesian Currency (Rupiah=Rp) Invite Regional Authority And State Owned Enterprises to Participate In Funding The Development of Infrastructure

24 LEGAL BASIS FOR THE COOPERATION BETWEEN AUTHORITY AND PRIVATE SECTORS (PPP) President Decree No. 56 Year 2011 Regarding The 2ndon the amendment 2nd of President Regulation No. 67 of 2005 concerning cooperation between government and business entities in the provision of infrastructure President Decree No. 42 year 2005 concerning The Committee on the Policy for the Acceleration of Infrastructure Provision (KKPPI). Decree of The Minister of Finance No.38 Year 2006 Regarding The Implementation of Risk Management on The Provision of Infrastructure. Decree of The Minister of National Development Agency No. 3 year 2012 concerning Procedure for Preparing the List of Cooperation Project Plan Between The Government and The Business Entities in the Provision of Infrastructure Decree of the Minister of Finance No. 223/PMK.011/2012 year 2012 concerning the Financing of Viability Gap 24

25 25 IICB Mo Legal & Human Rights, MoTrade Mo Transportation Local Government Mo Environtment Investment Preparation Location Environment Construction Operation Safety, operation management TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENT PROCEDURE Investment Agreement Company Formation Bussiness License Spatial Planning Location Permit Environment Impact Assesement Construction Permit Operating License Operation Schedule Building Permit

26 A. RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT CONDUCTED THROUGH PPP SCHEME 26 1.Sumatera Economics Corridor Bungamas -Tanjung Carat 2. Java Economics Corridor a.The Development of Railway Soekarno-Hatta Airport b.Monorail c.Urban Railway Transport d.Fast Train Jakarta-Bandung as Metamorphosis of Jakarta-Surabaya 3. Bali Economics Corridor Sarbagita (Denpasar-Badung-Gianyar-Tabanan) 4. Kalimantan Economics Corridor Puruk Cahu-Bangkuang/Mangatib-Batanjung

27 B. AIR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT CONDUCTED THROUGH PPP SCHEME 27 1.Sumatera Economics Corridor a.Radin Inten II Airport, Bandar Lampung; b.Hanjoedin Airport, Tanjung Pandan; c.Fatmawati Airport, Bengkulu 2. Kalimantan Economics Corridor a.Juwata Airport, Tarakan; b.Tjilik Riwut Airport, Palangkaraya 3. Sulawesi Economics Corridor a.Haluoleo Airport, Kendari; b.Komodo Airport, Labuhan Bajo; c.Mutiara Airport, Palu 4. Papua and The Maluku Island Economics Corridor Sentani Airport, Jayapura

28 C. SEA TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT CONDUCTED THROUGH PPP SCHEME 28 1.Java Economics Corridor Expansion of Tanjung Priok Port, Cilamaya Karawang West Java 2. Kalimantan Economics Corridor a.Maloy Port, East Kalimantan; b.Pelaihari Port, South Kalimantan 3. Sumatera Economics Corridor Kuala Tanjung Hub Port 4. Sulawesi Economics Corridor Makassar New Port

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