34159-013: Road Rehabilitation II

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview


The main objectives of the project are: economic growth by fostering mobility, trade, investment; help reduce poverty; and maintain national cohesion. The Project includes components to rehabilitate 1,266 km of deteriorated road links and replace 21 bridges on the Trans-Sumatra Central and Eastern corridors and Trans-Kalimantan Highway, linking producing areas and markets in the country's two largest islands. To ensure that the rehabilitated roads do not deteriorate prematurely and secure ... Read More

Country Indonesia
Project Number 34159-013
Type or Modality of Assistance Loan
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status Closed
Approval Number Loan No. 2184
Approval Date 29 Sep 2005
Closing Date 19 Apr 2011
ADB Financing ($ thousand) 151,000
Geographical Location Provinces in Sumatra and Kalimantan
Sector Transport and ICT
Subsector Road Transport
Safeguard Categories Environment: B
Resettlement: C
Indigenous People: C

Results Delivered

National highways and provincial, district, and rural roads built or upgraded (kilometers) 1,145
Beneficiaries from road projects (number) 2,460,711

The results data reported above are limited to ADB's core sectors, as defined under Strategy 2020 and tracked through indicators in the ADB Results Framework. For definitions of results indicators, please see the ADB Results Framework Indicators Definition.

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Project Data Sheets (PDS)

Responsible ADB Officer
H.S. Soewartono
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Responsible ADB Department
Southeast Asia Department

Responsible ADB Divisions
Indonesia Resident Mission

Executing Agencies
Directorate General of Highways (BINA MARGA)
Mr. Harris H. Batubara

Directorate General of Reg. Infra Development
Djoko Muryanto, Director General for Highways

PDS Creation Date
28 Feb 2007

Last PDS Update
21 Oct 2013