The Eastern Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project (EINRIP) is supporting major national road and bridge improvements to promote economic and social development in Eastern Indonesia. EINRIP will support 20 major road projects across 9 provinces, totalling around 395 km of national roads and some 1300m of fabricated steel bridge structures.
Australia is providing a concessional loan of up to $300 million for construction works and supervision. This is supported by an additional $31 million grant program for high quality road engineering designs, a program of technical and financial auditing to ensure roads are constructed to a high standard, and ongoing monitoring and evaluation of project implementation.
It is expected that by 2013 the program will complete 18 road improvement project packages totalling 350 km of 400 km of national road improvements in nine provinces of Eastern Indonesia.
Three road improvement project packages have been completed, 15 packages are under implementation and two packages are finalising procurement.
Directorate of Highways, Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia
The following documents describe this initiative in more detail*.
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Last reviewed: 14 August, 2012