Socio-economic impact and outcomes for communities on the first build of the Trans-Sulawesi Railway

Kirsten Martinus, Dewi Lestari, Salman Samir, Randi Kurniawan, Rizky Utami, Ciana Martinus, Sudirman Nasir, Bo Guo, Harrison Keyner

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Abstract

The building of the Trans-Sulawesi railway aims to address some of the challenges around connecting key cities, towns, ports and rural areas so that people and businesses have more opportunity. The rail infrastructure is also seen as a way to lift the overall living standard and improve socio-economic conditions.
This report examines communities near the first constructed section of the railway line from Parepare to Makassar. It is expected that the lessons and insights from this report can be applied elsewhere as the rail construction continues.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherThe Australia Indonesia Centre.
Commissioning bodyPartnership for Australia-Indonesia Research
Number of pages47
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2024

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