The failure of Indonesia’s big cities to provide good public transportation was marked by the worsening condition of public transport, a decrease in quality of service, and a decrease in the number of passengers. This is exacerbated by policies that considerately cast aside the roles of existing transportation (minibus and bus). The government must give more attention to the demand and growth potential of public transport in Indonesian cities.

This guideline gives an overall view of steps in public transport reform, that can be implemented by the city government. This guide also provides real examples from various cases and the stages of public transport reform in Indonesia.

Also available in:
Bahasa Indonesia

 

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