Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia


Project Name: Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study

Duration
December 2020 to December 2021
Client
GOPA Infra GmbH for GIZ
Project Features
Following from the Pre-Feasibility Study in 2019 and 2020, GIZ through the Indobus program is preparing a BRT Feasibility Study in Makassar, covering the major east-west and north-south corridors of the city as well as the revitalization of the coastal 'Losari Beach' corridor.
Far East Mobility Role
Far East Mobility is providing 5 members of a large expert pool of local and international experts and is leading the technical planning and design of the BRT system guided by GIZ's Indobus program team.
Updated: 10/06/2021

Project Name: Bus Rapid Transit Pre-Feasibility Study

Duration
October 2019 to June 2020
Client
GOPA Infra GmbH for GIZ
Project Features
Makassar is the capital of the South Sulawesi province and a rapidly growing urban agglomeration. The BRT corridor is in the main east-west traffic artery of the city and includes a coastal portion focused on urban development and environmental improvement. The proposed BRT corridor is 31.4km long with 37 stations. The pre-feasibility study was carried out as a rapid assessment before the commitment of larger resources to a full Feasibility Study to be carried out in 2021.
Far East Mobility Role
Far East Mobility through a team of 5 experts carried out most of the pre-feasibility study, focusing on documenting the current situation and the preliminary BRT corridor selection and design features, also working with local experts to development preliminary cost estimates.
Updated: 28/12/2020