Country:Indonesia
Year:2013
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2013
Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments, Policy Support
Policy Target:Transport, Transport>Fuel (conventional and alternative), Transport>Infrastructure and Planning
Agency:Ministry of Transportation
Description:

Transport Ministerial Regulation No. 201 (2013) aims to mitigate emissions in the transportation sector through a complete "avoid, shift and improve" approach. 

Policy is mainly focused on fuel substitution from oil to gas, although several "shift" policies have been implemented, including car-free days on weekends, transit-oriented development (TOD) planning, and encouragement of the use of non-motorised vehicles. Road pricing and parking management are not yet actively implemented in Indonesia.

Related policies:National Action Plan for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions (RAN GRK) (Presidential Decree No. 61/2011)

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