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Batam- Bintan Bridge Development, Indonesia

Batam - Bintan Technical Analysis

Preface :

The development of econemic structure in all sectors is an implemetation of the national target achievement.
Transportation sectors play a major role in suporting the development of a region, thus a reliable and fast of transportation facilities is must to cover the whole growing sectors.
The Batam-Bintan Bridge project is purposed for enhancing and coping with balance of development between regions which in return bring a better economic growth.

 

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Constructions Method

Feasibility Study Method:

Efficienty and effectiveness of expanding an existing operation as well thepotential for development will lead to a higher revenue and income to the Batam Industrial Development Authority. The Financial feasibility study performed by the team is for decideng the most applicable and suitable investment scheme. The study consider several supporting factors such as assets owned, risk analysis.



 

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Riau, BIDA push govt on Batam-Bintan bridge project


The Riau Islands provincial government and Batam Industrial Development Authority (BIDA) are calling on the central government to take over the Batam-Bintan bridge development project.

Limited land and the growing population pose serious threats to Batam if it is not physically connected to Bintan Island, Riau Islands Governor Ismeth Abdullah told The Jakarta Post recently.

Ismeth said once completed, the project would benefit not only Batam but also Bintan and the two other islands connected by the bridge.

Initially proposed in 1990 alongside six other bridge projects by then BIDA chairman B.J. Habibie, the Batam-Bintan bridge project is divided into three units of bridges with a total length of 7 kilometers.

A 2.17-kilometer bridge will connect Batam and Tanjung Sauh Islands, a 3.9-kilometer bridge will run between Tanjung Sauh and Buau-Buau Islands and a 900-meter bridge will connect Buau-Buau with Bintan Island.

An estimated Rp 3 trillion is needed to construct the three bridges.

The six other bridges, which connect Batam with Tonton, Nipah, Setokok, Rempang, Galang and Galang Baru Islands, were built in 1999.

A number of foreign investors, according to Ismeth, have expressed interest in investing in the projects, but no regulations have been made to oversee investment in this kind of infrastructure project.

"That is why we ask the central government to fully finance the project," Ismeth said.

Ismeth said the completion of the project would help expand Batam's fast development to Bintan, to the benefit of both islands.

For example, Bintan, renowned for its clean water resources, can help supply clean water to Batam's 700,000 people, who depend heavily on dam water. Conversely, Batam, which has large-capacity power plants, can help supply Bintan, which has limited electricity supply.

Problems such as these can be resolved only when the bridge is completed, Ismeth said.

"That way we will also be able to maximally develop Batam's infrastructure including power plants, water-processing facilities, the airport and the harbor," Ismeth said.

BIDA public relations department head Dwi Djoko Wiwoho said that in cooperation with the Bogor Institute of Technology's industrial and research affiliation institution (LAPI-ITB), BIDA had conducted a feasibility study on the Batam-Bintan bridge construction design in 2005.

The study, according to Dwi, found any investor would break even after 10 to 15 years of operation, if the bridge were operated like a toll road.

The study also suggests for optimum use of the bridge, potential sources of income, including the industrial and tourism sectors in the three islands connected by the bridges, must also be developed.

Transportation from Batam to Bintan Islands is currently served by ferries that take about an hour to cross the channel. Motorcyclists and car users can transport their vehicles on wide-bodied ferries.
 

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Is this bridge a new bridge? or the old Barelang bridge..? Please inform..
 

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I think Barelang is a bridge of Batam Island, Rempang Island and Galang Island, But this bridge is from Batam Island to Bintan Island of Indonesia:) Another big project, and nice!:eek:kay:
 

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The South Korean government has established a team to conduct a feasibility study on the construction of a 7-kilometer-long bridge that will connect Batam and Bintan Island.
The team, which comprises academicians under the Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica), will kick off the study at the beginning of 2013. The results of the feasibility study will later be compared to the study conducted by the Bandung Institute of Technology’s Research Affiliation Body (LAPI-ITB) in 2005.





“The South Korean government and the Batam Free Trade Zone Authority [BPK FTZ] are cooperating on several projects. One of them is the Batam–Bintan bridge project. We will start with the feasible study first,” said South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Young Sun on the sidelines of a meeting with BPK FTZ head Mustofa Wijaya in Batam, Riau Islands, on Thursday.
The bridge will consist of three parts: a 2.2-kilometer stretch between Batam and Tanjung Sauh, a 3.9-kilometer stretch connecting Tanjung Sauh and Buau Island and a 700-meter stretch connecting Buau and Bintan.
The construction of the bridge is estimated to cost more than Rp 3 trillion (US$310 million).
Mustofa revealed that South Korea was only one of many countries that were interested in building the bridge.
The BPK FTZ has previously worked with South Korean government on the e-government system and an eco-friendly waste disposal system in Batam. (tgh)
(The Jakarta Post)
 
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