How are companies involved in the construction of the trans Sumatra toll road, in Indonesia? Role analysis and development policy

Vera Finidia Indah, Budiman Rusli, Rita Myrna, Zaidan Nawawi

Article ID: 2588
Vol 7, Issue 3, 2023

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Toll road infrastructure development is one of the development priorities of the government of Indonesia a developed country. To develop toll road infrastructure to run smoothly, it is necessary to involve the government and the private sector. This research aims to analyze the role of the government and land acquisition constraints in the construction of the trans Sumatra toll road. This research uses a qualitative-explorative method to explore the research topic. Determination of the research topic is done by using biblioshiny application analysis. Then the data is collected from observation, documents from the website, and applicable literature. The data collected was then analyzed using Nvivo 12 Pro Software and Vensim PLE X64 Software to provide accurate and systematic visualization and description. The results of this study found that the trans Sumatra toll road construction project is a national development project. Then the cooperation relationship carried out by the government in the construction of the trans Sumatra toll road is regulated through policies that run in 2014–Present. The companies involved in accelerating the construction of the trans-Sumatra toll road are PT Hutama Karya and PT Waskita Sriwijaya Tol. Another finding in this study is that there are still toll road sections that have not operated and have been stopped due to customary land acquisition issues.

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limited liability company; public policy; government; development; toll roads

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