Sulawesi has been recognised as a key economic corridor by successive governments of Indonesia under national development plans.
The transport fellows program run by the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) has wrapped up with presentations to key officials on suggested actions to improve transport networks in the province of South Sulawesi.
The new and first railway line in the province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia was initially proposed for freight and industrial mobilisation but its function can be further expanded to include public transport and boost various economic sectors, including ecotourism.
The Makassar-Parepare Railway Project is a new transportation network under construction in the province of South Sulawesi in Indonesia. The railway line Read more
Inclusive transport for all: Addressing the needs of women and people with disabilities in South Sulawesi’s railway stations
A new rail transport project needs to attract as many passengers as possible to be financially viable, while also bringing benefits to Read more
Indonesia has ambitions to become a major sea power, and to do that, it will need to have an emerging workforce that Read more
For the South Sulawesi railway line to be effective, it needs to integrate with many systems, organisations and communities.