Facts and Figures
2.93%
of national road is in badly damaged condition, according to 2014 data from Ministry of Public Works
201,337
household connections were funded by output-based grants from the State Budget (APBN) Water Hibah Program in 2016
107 PDAMs
(local water companies) received debt-to-equity swaps in the form of grants from the central government via local governments, who will deliver it to PDAMs in the form of non-cash equity
62
out of 140 economies is Indonesia’s infrastructure development ranking, based on the World Economic Forum’s 2015-16 Global Competitiveness Report
60%
of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing’s 2017 budget is allocated for road improvement projects in eastern Indonesia
17.2 Million AUD
is the total value of a grant provided by the Australian Government for the implementation of the Provincial Road Improvement Maintenance Project in West Nusa Tenggara from 2013-2016
72%
of 2016’s basic infrastructure development targets have been achieved
25%
 
is the amount local governments  are required to allocate to infrastructure development projects according to new regulations
 
36.5%
of total infrastructure development funding in Indonesia must come from the private sector in order to accelerate infrastructure development
63
is Indonesia’s infrastructure quality rank in the World Bank’s 2016 Logistic Performance Index
104
is Indonesia rank in the 2016 Environmental Performance Index. This index measures the improvement of access to drinking water and proper sanitation
14.7%
is the increase in Indonesian’s construction cost indices from 2010 to 2015
40
Indonesian municipal water companies in 2014 achieved good performance status through connecting over fifty thousand household.
366 billion USD
is the total budget for infrastructure projects in Indonesia from 2015-2019. Thirty per cent (30%) will be funded by GoI and seventy per cent (70%) will come from private sector investment.
Assumption 1 USD = IDR 13,392 (based on average rate by JISDOR in 2015)
74%
of Indonesia’s municipal water companies did not apply a full cost recovery tariff in 2015.
USD 42.5 billion
is the capital inflow target as a result of the Indonesian Government’s tax amnesty program. Around 30% of this target funding will flow to the Government.
*) Assumption 1 USD = IDR 13,392 (based on average rate by JISDOR in 2015)
53%
of PDAMs had good performance (“healthy” status) in 2015. This is a 4% increase from 2014 (51%).
USD 56 billion
is the required budget to achieve the “100-0-100” target set by Directorate General of Human Settlements in 2019. The number stands for 100% access to drinking water, 0% slum areas, and 100% access to safe sanitation.
*) Assumption 1 USD = IDR 13,392 (based on average rate by JISDOR in 2015)
5th
ranked city with the most unsafe transport system for women is Jakarta. The first ranked is Bogota, Colombia.
20.4 billion USD
is the total budget to achieve 100% sanitation access in Indonesia in 2019. The funding source will be from the national budget – APBN (48%), local government budget – APBD (21%) and private sector (31%).
* 1 USD = IDR 13,392 (based on average rate by JISDOR in 2015)
3,000 km

 is the target number of toll roads that will be built during 2015-2025

15%

is the average growth rate in the number of motorcycles in Indonesia from 2000 to 2014.

27

Municipal Water Companies (PDAMs) that have over 50,000 connections received clean water grants from Government of Australia.

196

is the total of Municipal Water companies (PDAMs) were assessed as healthy performers based on an evaluation by the Water Supply Development Supporting Agency (BPPSPAM) in 2015.

8 busway corridors

 are planned to be integrated with 9 train stations until 2019