President “Joko Widodo” is determined to continue to advance and modernize national transportation, especially mass transportation, and its supporting infrastructure. Through infrastructure, connectivity can encourage economic growth in various regions of the country, one of which is the construction of railway infrastructure. By 2024, Indonesia is targeted to have 7,451 km of railway lines. It is expected that the construction of rail network in the country by 2030 is 10,524 km.
In addition The Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) have approved the development of the Bali Light Rail Transit (LRT) project in Indonesia. The LRT line will span 9.46 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport to Seminyak. The project will be developed at an estimated investment of IDR10 trillion. It is expected to be completed by 2027.
Riding on the overwhelming success of Railwaytech Indonesia 2023 attracted participation from 105 companies from 15 participating countries and interacting 11,069 visitors from 40 countries. the 6th Railwaytech organised from 30 July – 01 August 2024 is leading the way as one of the main Railway events in ASEAN’s.
RailwayTech Indonesia 2024 is the right track and opportunity to feature your rail innovations, technology and solutions to ASEAN’s railway buyers, operators, contractors, government as well as to network with the leading industry professionals from relevant industry. As a global B2B and B2G railway event, which hosted by MASKA (Indonesia Railway Society) and supported by Indonesia Ministry of Transportation. The show becoming the main choice for Railway companies in Indonesia and the region to capitalize and access the local and international market.