The Indonesian national road network has grown significantly in recent years. Currently, an important part of the annual roads budget is used to maintain the existing national road network through routine maintenance, periodic maintenance, major rehabilitation, and reconstruction activities. The Directorate General of Highways (DGH) has identified that its project delivery, which includes maintenance of existing roads and construction of new roads, is sub-optimal. Some of the main causes for this sub-optimal road network performance include poor value for money in infrastructure delivery, institutional capacity constraints, and lack of a systems approach.
This activity aims to support the DGH in establishing sustainable asset management processes, including data warehouse and data mining, adopting decision-making tools, and improving project delivery through the development of effective and efficient work plans. The intended outcome of the activity is to maximize value for money by maintaining roads at an ideal level of service within available budgets.
Tasks under this activity are divided into four sub-activities. These sub-activities include supporting:
The goals envisioned in IRAMS-DC include: