Fact Sheet

Sustainable Urban Transport Improvement Project SUTIP


Since 2009, GIZ, BAPPENAS and Ministry of Transportation have been working together to improve the conditions for urban transport in Indonesia at both the national and cities’ level.

In a multi-stakeholder dialogue, SUTIP supports its   partners in the implementation of sustainable urban transport schemes in selected cities: Bogor, Surakarta, Yogyakarta and Palembang. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emission from the transport sector, to promote
environmentally compatible, energy efficient and climate friendly urban transport schemes and also to contribute  to  an  environmentally, socially and economically  sustainable development.

SUTIP Programs in Yogyakarta
SUTIP-Yogyakarta at glance has several progressive  project which has been started since 2008:
  1.  Improve sustainable Transport Zones in Malioboro, Godean and Kotagede district
  2. Transit system improvement
  3. Citywide Parking management

Zones Improvement

To manage  the traffic,  the  city  will apply private  car restriction policy on 12 zones. For the next five years, 3 zones had picked up as the major priority. To achieve that  purposes,  the  quality  of    pedestrian  and  bike facilities will be improved. Certain street has initiated to close exclusively only for pedestrian.



German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation anDevelopment (BMZ)

Lead Agency

Transportation Agency of Yogyakarta

Regional Development Planning of Yogyakarta


Overall term

February 2013 until September 2014 (prolongation 1st phase)

The new transit system will replace all the existing city bus.  The  new  bus  system  will  have  40,000  daily passenger capacity. Besides, the network will support with  several  park  and  ride  area and integrated  with TOD (Transit Oriented Development).

ide Parking management
The parking fare in the CBD area will make more expensive rather than in the sub urban area for private vehicle disincentive. Both public parking, and private parking will manage supply and fare based on business case policy. In order to promote public transport, the park and ride where located in suburban will charge fare free. Hence, there will possibilities to integrate with land use development.

Expected Project Outcomes

  • Public transport mode share is increased to 40%
  • Pedestrian and Non Motorized Transport Level of Service is increased
  • Transport emission is reduced
  • Public transport bussiness Institution establish