1. Indonesia Completes Fiber-Optic Network to Bring Internet to Remote East
  2. Indonesia Bersiap Bangun Silicon Valley di Papua
  3. Bikin Bangga! Begini Cara Pemuda Papua Ciptakan Lapangan Kerja di Papua
  4. 3 Good News from West Papua
  5. BBM Satu Harga, Berkah Warga Kampung Obano Papua
  6. 4 Unbelievable Things About West Papua Now
  7. West Papua Fight For Victory
  8. 5 Unique Qualities of West Papua You Never Know Before
  9. 5 Fakta Hutan Papua Yang Jarang Kamu Ketahui
  10. The Only Woman Minister From West Papua
  11. Festival Budaya Lembah Baliem 2019
  12. West Papua receives award from Conservation International
  13. Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1440 H
  14. Biak district bans use of plastic bags
  15. One price fuel station inaugurated at Maybrat
  16. Selamat Hari Asia-Afrika
  17. Suaramu, Untuk Bangsa. Let’s vote! 17 April 2019
  18. Indonesia creates three marine protected areas within Coral Triangle
  19. West Papua becomes Indonesia’s first conservation province
  20. Conservation International Applauds West Papua on Becoming First-Ever Conservation Province
  21. West Papua’s Wasior Airport Construction Starts in 2020
  22. The Facts behind the Infrastructure Development in West Papua
  23. ‘One fish at a time’: Indonesia’s tuna revival
  24. In West Papua, a Development Plan that Doesn’t Require Clearing Forest
  25. Villages in Papua have Started to Prosper in 2018
  26. Fast Internet in 2019? Let’s Browsing, West Papua!
  27. SabangMerauke: Toleransi Harus Dialami dan Dirasakan
  28. Seven Strategic Issues of Papua
  29. What is Actually Developing in West Papua
  30. Special Autonomy Fund for West Papuan
  31. Indonesia-Pacific ties important, says Indonesia
  32. Special Housing Units for West Papua
  33. Trans-Papua`s Jayapura-Wamena section project accelerated
  34. Papua is the Second Most Tolerant for Religious Issues
  35. Micro and mini-grids to bring power to Indonesia’s off-grid communities
  36. From 2015 to 2018, the Construction of Trans-Papua Road has Reached 908 KM in West Papua
  37. The Return of West Papua to Indonesia
  38. Fast Internet for West Papua
  39. For Brighter Papua, PLN to Collaborate with 5 State Colleges, Indonesian Armed Forces, and National Institute of Aeronautics and Space
  40. In 2025, West Papua Gap Index Will Decrease to 0.39 Percent
  41. West Papua Kicks Off Conservation Campaign
  42. Community-Based Economy is the Future of West Papua
  43. Infrastructure Breakthrough in Papua: Kartu Papua Sehat
  44. The Blooming Development In West Papua
  45. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  46. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  47. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  48. Ketahanan Pangan Harus Bisa Atasi Masalah Pangan di Papua
Monday, October 21, 2019
  1. Indonesia Completes Fiber-Optic Network to Bring Internet to Remote East
  2. Indonesia Bersiap Bangun Silicon Valley di Papua
  3. Bikin Bangga! Begini Cara Pemuda Papua Ciptakan Lapangan Kerja di Papua
  4. 3 Good News from West Papua
  5. BBM Satu Harga, Berkah Warga Kampung Obano Papua
  6. 4 Unbelievable Things About West Papua Now
  7. West Papua Fight For Victory
  8. 5 Unique Qualities of West Papua You Never Know Before
  9. 5 Fakta Hutan Papua Yang Jarang Kamu Ketahui
  10. The Only Woman Minister From West Papua
  11. Festival Budaya Lembah Baliem 2019
  12. West Papua receives award from Conservation International
  13. Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1440 H
  14. Biak district bans use of plastic bags
  15. One price fuel station inaugurated at Maybrat
  16. Selamat Hari Asia-Afrika
  17. Suaramu, Untuk Bangsa. Let’s vote! 17 April 2019
  18. Indonesia creates three marine protected areas within Coral Triangle
  19. West Papua becomes Indonesia’s first conservation province
  20. Conservation International Applauds West Papua on Becoming First-Ever Conservation Province
  21. West Papua’s Wasior Airport Construction Starts in 2020
  22. The Facts behind the Infrastructure Development in West Papua
  23. ‘One fish at a time’: Indonesia’s tuna revival
  24. In West Papua, a Development Plan that Doesn’t Require Clearing Forest
  25. Villages in Papua have Started to Prosper in 2018
  26. Fast Internet in 2019? Let’s Browsing, West Papua!
  27. SabangMerauke: Toleransi Harus Dialami dan Dirasakan
  28. Seven Strategic Issues of Papua
  29. What is Actually Developing in West Papua
  30. Special Autonomy Fund for West Papuan
  31. Indonesia-Pacific ties important, says Indonesia
  32. Special Housing Units for West Papua
  33. Trans-Papua`s Jayapura-Wamena section project accelerated
  34. Papua is the Second Most Tolerant for Religious Issues
  35. Micro and mini-grids to bring power to Indonesia’s off-grid communities
  36. From 2015 to 2018, the Construction of Trans-Papua Road has Reached 908 KM in West Papua
  37. The Return of West Papua to Indonesia
  38. Fast Internet for West Papua
  39. For Brighter Papua, PLN to Collaborate with 5 State Colleges, Indonesian Armed Forces, and National Institute of Aeronautics and Space
  40. In 2025, West Papua Gap Index Will Decrease to 0.39 Percent
  41. West Papua Kicks Off Conservation Campaign
  42. Community-Based Economy is the Future of West Papua
  43. Infrastructure Breakthrough in Papua: Kartu Papua Sehat
  44. The Blooming Development In West Papua
  45. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  46. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  47. ENVIRONMENTWest Papua province is number one ranked for 2017 Environmental Quality Index
  48. Ketahanan Pangan Harus Bisa Atasi Masalah Pangan di Papua

The administration of President Joko Widodo from 2015 to 2019 has a focus on finishing the Trans Papua road in west papua. In addition to building the main road, the district and city roads will also be connected to the main road. Construction of this road is expected to open isolated areas immediately.

At the end of 2014, Trans Papua in Papua Province had only reached 2,343 km. The remaining roads that have not been connected to the main road are 865 km. While Trans Papua in West Papua Province just reached 920 km. The remaining roads that have not been connected to the main road are 151 km.

Based on data from the Directorate General of Highways of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing, the total length of Trans Papua roads that have been built is 908.8 km from 2015 to 2018. The constructed road is 761.57 km in Papua Province and 147.23 km in West Papua Province.

At present, Trans Papua in West Papua Province has been built entirely, which is 1,071 km long. In 2015-2018, 153.62 km of the road was built.

In 2017, Trans Papua in Papua Province has reached 2,907 km of the total 3,259 km planned. From 2015 to 2019, the road constructed was 865 km long.

The government’s target is to complete all of the remaining uncovered Trans Papua, which is 1,066 km long, by the end of 2019. That means, there are 865 km of new road construction in Papua Province and 151 km in West Papua Province waiting to be completed.

In 2018, there was still 1,678 km of unpaved roads, namely 379.39 km in West Papua Province and 1,298.61 km in Papua Province; whereas the total length of the Trans Papua road reaches 4,330 km.

The construction of national roads in the two provinces of Papua has reached 1.982 km from 2015 to 2018. The total length consists of 791 km in 2015, 477 km in 2016, 345 km in 2017, and 369 km in 2018.

Road maintenance during 2015 to 2018 is targeted to reach 14,367 km, which consists of 2,933 km in 2015, 3,625 km in 2016, 3,969 km in 2017, and 3,840 km in 2018.

Source:
Simorangkir, Eduardo. (October 20, 2018). Periode 2015-2018, Jalan Trans Papua Tembus 908 Km. Retrieved from detikFinance: https://finance.detik. com/infrastruktur/d-4265824/periode-2015-2018-jalan-trans-papua-tembus-908-km, 2018.

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