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Public Policies for Creating Sustainable and Integrated Transport in Jakarta

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This study discusses how the Jakarta government improves public transportation policies to create sustainable and integrated public transportation in Jakarta with a sustainable development approach (SDGs) at point 11 (eleven). The high demand for public transport and unintegrated management has led the DKI Jakarta transport system to become a complex issue and seems to have failed to meet its objectives. The lack of a sustainable transport policy has made congestion that can never be resolved. This study will identify the root problem that causes congestion in DKI Jakarta and find the best way to address the issues by considering the program’s sustainability using an explorative qualitative method. Sustainable and integrated public transportation is a refinement of existing public transportation that involves the government, private sector, and society by including other important actors. The concept of sustainable and integrated public transportation development is also a form of innovation towards changes in the transportation sector by involving various actors in building public transportation.

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  • Public policy
  • Transportation
  • Sustainable
  • Integrated
  • Jakarta

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Andoko, B.W., Setiawan, D., Purnomo, E.P., Salsabila, L., Fais, K. (2021). Public Policies for Creating Sustainable and Integrated Transport in Jakarta. In: Antipova, T. (eds) Advances in Digital Science. ICADS 2021. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1352. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71782-7_46

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