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Short-term expert support on sustainable urban transport improvements

Project details
Country: 
Indonesia
Donor organisation: 
Department: 
Transport & Mobility
Project volume: 
1,996,000 €
Currency: 
Value of services: 
1,996,000 €
Start of project: 
December, 2018
End of project: 
December, 2021
Project description: 

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the Indonesian Ministry of Transport in the implementation of sustainable transport measures in two closely related projects:

  • Sustainable Urban Transport Indonesia NAMA support project (SUTRI NAMA): The SUTRI NAMA project contributes to transforming urban transport in Indonesia with a mix of capacity building and investment measures. The overall goal of the project is that cities in Indonesia contribute to climate change mitigation through sustainable transport policies and infrastructure projects supported by a national urban transport programme.
  • Indonesia Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Development Project (INDOBUS): The Indobus project is a stand-alone technical component of the SUTRI NAMA project. The State Secretariat of Economic Affairs of Switzerland (SECO) finances the component. INDOBUS’ primary aim is to assist selected Indonesian cities in developing bus rapid transit corridors as a backbone for sustainable urban mobility systems, through a mix of technical and investment assistance.

GOPA Infra supports the successful implementation of the SUTRI NAMA/INDOBUS project in the fields of sustainable urban transport, urban transport financing, bus rapid transit and MRV of GHG emissions in the field of transport.

Service description: 
  • Sharing of international experience / best practice;
  • Preparation, implementation and documentation of different events: e.g. trainings, webinars, technical workshops, conferences and side-events;
  • Participation and active contribution to planning workshops, consultation meetings, site-visits, etc.;
  • Advice on organizational development (institutional restructuring, defining roles and responsibilities, defining work plans, coordination management, etc.);
  • Undertaking pre-feasibility studies for BRT establishment/improvements in four different cities: Bandung, Pekanbaru, Batam and Semarang;
  • Undertaking detailed feasibility studies for BRT establishment/improvements in two cities: Bandung and Pekanbaru;
  • Coordination and technical backstopping of an interdisciplinary team of international and local experts;
  • Contribution to the design of knowledge products, publications;
  • Organization of study tours; and
  • Ad-hoc support upon request.
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