JTTRI International Seminar on Railway and Area Development in Jakarta
|Organizer||Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)|
|Sponsorship||Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,Transport and Tourism (MLIT-Japan)
Embassy of Japan in Indonesia
Ministry of Transportation Republic of Indonesia (request)
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
|Date / Time||Fri, Feb 14,2020 8：30～11：30|
|Venue||PULLMAN JAKARTA INDONESIA （Jakarta・Indonesia）|
|Theme||Railway and Area Development in Jakarta|
Masafumi Shukuri, Chairman, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
Honorable Guest Remarks：
Budi Karya Sumadi, Minister of Transportation, Indonesia (Request)
Masafumi Ishii,Japanese Ambassador to the Indonesia
Yasaburo Hikasa, Assistant Vice-Minister, Minister's Secretariat, MLIT, Japan
Shigeru Morichi, Director of Policy Research Center, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) and JTTRI Advisor for Research
Masai Muto, Senior Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
Naohiko Hibino, Associate Professor, Naohiko Hibino, Associate Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies（GRIPS）
Representative from government sector in Indonesia
Shigeru Morichi, Director of Policy Research Center, GRIPS and JTTRI Advisor for Research
Sutanto SOEHODHO, Professor, University of Indonesia
Tetsuya Okuda, Executive Director,Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
In metropolises in ASEAN countries which are confronted with various problems such as road congestion and environmental pollution, railway development projects have been moving forward. In Jakarta, Jakarta MRT subway and other Light Rail Transit Lines are also moving forward.
For the sustainable railway development, it is effective to comprehensively consider railway development and development of areas along the railways and Japan has a lot of knowledge and experience of such railway development and area development.
In this seminar, Japanese knowledge and experience of railway and area development in Japan and the latest worldwide information in these topics will be shared, and measures for solving the aforementioned problems will be considered through a panel discussion.