Sustainable Urban Transport Initiative
|Type of action||Strategy/Policy|
|Submitted to UNFCCC registry||Yes|
|Start of initiative||2013|
|Financing and support details|
|Financing status||Seeking financing|
|Total cost||US$ 400 mln|
|Financing requested||US$ 300 mln|
|Financing received to-date||US$ 14 mln|
|Principal source of financing||Not known|
|Principal type of financing||Grant|
|Capacity building required||Yes|
|Technology transfer required||Yes|
|Proponent(s)||Ministry of Transport|
|International funder(s)||NAMA Facility; International Climate Initiative|
|Organization providing technical support||GIZ|
This programme promotes sustainable urban transport in Indonesian Cities by implementing and monitoring measures in order to halt the increasing motorisation and reduce externalities of transportation.
Activities: (2013 - 2021)
The pilot phase will start with the implementation of low‐carbon mobility plans in three cities (Medan, Menado, Batam) as well as supporting activities on national level that aim at upscaling the policies of the pilot phase to more Indonesian cities. The NAMA covers the following activities:
- At national level
- Development of a policy framework for sustainable, low‐carbon urban transport
- Comprising a regulatory framework
- Co‐financing of local measures
- Capacity building, practical guidelines for local planning
- overall MRV of the actions
- At the local or provincial level
- Development, implementation and MRV of Comprehensive Urban Low‐carbon Mobility Plans.
- The sustainable transport policies covered include a tailor‐made mix of ‘push’ and ‘pull’ measures for each city, including high quality public transport, non‐motorised transport, parking management, traffic management, spatial planning, alternative fuels and vehicle efficiency.
Impact and MRV
|Cumulative GHG reductions: 5 MtCO2e|
No information has been provided on mitigative capacity
|Social:||This NAMA will improve transport situation in big cities and thus lead to increased quality of life for the population there. Short commuting times can free time for social or educational activities.
|Economic:||Easier and faster transportation in important cities will allow for higher economic activities there. Well organized transport systems may also attract more tourism.
|Environmental:||Cleaner transportation systems in cities improve local air quality and decrease noise emissions from transport.
No MRV plan has been defined