Attendees at the launch event for the knowledge portal listen to a presentation on the portal's features.
Urban Transport Knowledge Portal Assists Stakeholders to Exchange Information on Urban Mobility
To improve urban mobility in Indonesia, city agencies and stakeholders need to work collaboratively to understand problems and find solutions. In practice, however, existing organisational divisions make it difficult to do this. For example, separate responsibilities for public transport and road traffic at the national level are reflected at the city level, causing disconnects between local road and transport agencies. In turn, this is reflected in planning and implementation. To overcome this disconnect, cities need a means to share knowledge about the measures and interventions they have taken to stimulate sustainable urban mobility, as well as to exchange information on urban mobility with neighbouring regions and global partners.