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STRUCTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE

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Mainland Transportation.

Mainland transportation system is very important for further economic development of Southeast Sulawesi. The improvement and extension of road system will provide to motivate marketable commodities and row materials into and out the rural agriculture production areas, and to the manufacturing and distribution center's.

Until the end of 1998 the length of road is Southeast Sulawesi has been developing about 8,444.78 kilometers.

The length of the roads in Southeast Sulawesi, 1998.

No.

Road Status

length ( Km. )

%

1.

National Road

371.61

4.40

2.

Province Road

1,379.28

16.33

3.

Regency Road

6,693.89

79.27

  Total

8,4447.78

100.00

                        Source : Dep. of Public Work, Southeast Sulawesi, 1998.

Ferry Transportation .

The rapid mainland transportation activities which connects Southeast Sulawesi and South Sulawesi. Torobulu to Tampo and Tolandona to Bau-Bau , has an important role for the economic growth of the region. The Government has a great emphasis of the improvement of this ferry transportation system. Lets us see the capacity of ferry transportation in case :

Carrying Capacity of Ferry Transportation in Southeast Sulawesi

Ferry connection per day

Miles

Ship

Trip

Passengers

4 Wheels

2
Wheels

Goods
(tons)

Torobulu - Tampo

20

1

2

160

10

12

30

Kolaka - Bajoe

86

5

5

2,076

80

25

175

Tolandona - Bau-Bau

6

1

2

140

8

10

20

                Source : Dep. of Transportation Southeast Sulawesi,1992.

Sea Transportation .

There are five harbors visited by ocean-going ship, inter-island ship, local and special ships. There are an also ocean fishing harbor named Kendari Ocean Fishing Harbor as center of fishing industrial activities.

No.

A c t i v i t y

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

1.

Ship call

         

2.

Passenger
a.  Arrived
b.  Departure

         

3.

Goods (Ton/M3) a.  Unload
b.  Load

         

                Source : Dep. Transportation, Southeast Sulawesi, 1997.

 

Harbor facility in Southeast Sulawesi, 1993.

Harbor

Harbor zone

Depth (meter)

Wharf (meter)

Open Storage (M2)

Storage (M2)

Loaded & Un Loaded

GRT (Ton)

Kendari Regency

1. Kendari..........

 

3,0044 Ha.

 

6 - 20

 

220 x 16

 

6,350

 

747

 

4 x 25 tons forklift

 

8,800

Kolaka Regency

  1. Kolaka
  2. Pomala  (PT. Antam)
  3. Watunohu

 

-

3 Ha.

-

 

-5

-7

-5

 

-

70 x 18

29.6 x 8

 

-

20,000

-

 

-

-

-

 

-

2 x 10 tons crane

 

 

3,150

592

Buton regency

  1. Sikeli
  2. Bau-Bau
  3. Boepinang

 

-
5,471 M2
-

 

-5
-18
-5

 

35 x 8
180 x 12
41 x 8

 

-
1,800
-

 

-
-
-

 

-
-
-

 

700
5,400
820

Muna Regency

1. Raha..........

 

1 Ha

 

-5

 

33.7 x 10

 

1,439

 

-

 

-

 

300

            Source : Dept. of Transportation, DG. of Sea Transportation, SE Sulawesi, 1993.

Air Transportation .

There are four airport in the region follows :

Flight Schedule of Kendari to Ujung Pandang ( South Sulawesi ) is available daily. This route flight is served by Merpati Nusantara Airlines.

Route and Seat capacity available in 1993

No.

Route of flight

Flight / day

Type plane

Seat capacity

1.

Wolter Mongonsidi Airport Kendari - Ujung Pandang

  1. Merpati Nusantara Airlines
  2. Simpati Air
  3. TNI AU (National Air Force )

 

 

1 x
-
1 times month

 

 

F 28-MK3000

Hercules

 

 

65
-
103

2.

Pomalaa Air port ( Kolaka Rgcy ) Pomala - Ujung Pandang

Non schedule

C.212

22

3.

Betoambari Airport (Buton Rgcy) Bau-Bau-Raha-Kdi-Ujung Pandang

Non schedule

Cessna

8

4.

Sugimanaru Airport (Muna Rgcy) Raha - Bau-Bau - Kdi - Ujung Pandang

Non schedule

Nomad/Cassia

8

                    Source : Dept. Transportation, Southeast Sulawesi, 1992.

TELECOMMUNICATION .

The main communication system postal telegraph and telephone are well established in the four regencies in the province.

Telecommunication facilities in Southeast Sulawesi 1992

City

Facility

Capacity (Lines)

Connection System

links

Kendari

- Automatic telephone central (CTA)

- Voice frequency Telegraphy (VFT)

- Medium satellite Earth (MSE)

 

 

- Coin Telephone (CnT)

- Card telephone (CdT)

- Telephone Stall/ self service.

5,868

1,000

85

60

120

121

54

8

* Local & long Distance

* Point to point

* SCPC / PALAPA

* IDR

* TDMA

Throughout the cities in Indonesia, where there is a telecommunication system

Bau-Bau

- CTA ...............................................

- VFT ...............................................

- Small Satellite Earth (SSE) ...........

- CnT ...............................................

- CdT ...............................................

- TS / SS .........................................

1,828

9

24

26

8

2

* Lcl & Long Dist. (LLD)

* PP

* SCPC / PALAPA

-idem-

Raha

- CTA ...............................................

- VFT ...............................................

- Small Satellite Earth (SSE) ...........

- CnT ...............................................

- CdT ...............................................

- TS / SS .........................................

774

3

12

9

4

8

* Lcl & Long Dist. (LLD)

* PP

* SCPC / PALAPA

-idem-

Kolaka

- CTA ...............................................

- VFT ...............................................

- Small Satellite Earth (SSE) ...........

- CnT ...............................................

- CdT ...............................................

- TS / SS .........................................

718

3

17

9

2

-

* Lcl & Long Dist. (LLD)

* PP

* SCPC / PALAPA

-idem-

Unaaha

- CTA ...............................................

- VFT ...............................................

- Small Satellite Earth (SSE) ...........

- CnT ...............................................

- CdT ...............................................

- TS / SS .........................................

516

-

4

6

-

-

* Lcl & Long Dist. (LLD)

* PP

* SCPC / PALAPA

-idem-

                    Source : Dep. Of Tourism, Post and Telecomunication, Southeast Sulawesi,1993.

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