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15th REAAA CONFERENCE 2017 1st GLOBAL ROAD SUMMIT FOR REAAA PURPOSES MARCH 22-24, 2017, BALI, INDONESIA

Organized by: Make roads inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable Ministry of Public Works and Housing Indonesia Indonesia Road Development Association Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia International Road Federation Version 30 January 2016 ROADS FOR BETTER LIVING 15th REAAA CONFERENCE 2017 1st GLOBAL ROAD SUMMIT FOR REAAA PURPOSES MARCH 22-24, 2017, BALI, INDONESIA After more than six decades of its independence, Indonesia has made tremendous progresses in its economic development. Originating from a traditionally agriculturalbased economy, Indonesia has shifted a larger portion of its economic activities toward manufacturing and service oriented industry. Its economic development has also improved the nation’s level of prosperity, which is reflected in its increased income per capita as well as in other social and economic indicators. Although Indonesia’s fundamentals are strong, achieving a high level of growth will not happen automatically. A number of challenges must be overcome in order to realize the sustainable development for a successful Indonesia. There is a development gap between western and eastern parts of Indonesia. The main challenge for a huge archipelago such as Indonesia is the provision of infrastructure to support economic activities. Provision of infrastructure which encourages connectivity will reduce transportation and logistics costs in order to improve product competitiveness, and accelerate economic growth. Therefore, the main issue to be tackled by road infrastructure are connectivity improvement and disparity reduction. By improving the road infrastructure as well as other infrastructures, Indonesia is ready to contribute as the region’s center of economic growth, especially on the era of ASEAN Economic Community. Experience shown that developing road infrastructure without actuating the principal of sustainability could be damaging environment and causing social conflict. The paradigm should shift from the road as a mode in logistic and transportation system to the road as a mode for increasing the value of living. Developing road infrastructure should focus on sustainability and adding value on people’s live. In the 15th REAAA Conference next 2017 in Bali, I would like hear and share the experiences and ideas from all participants related with the above paradigm shift. As the theme of the conference, Roads for Better Living, I would like all of participants to discuss how the roads can improve the living condition, and what kind of added value can be obtained. I belief that all of the information and the result of discussion can be used as a basic for improving innovation on road planning, designing, constructing and management in each countries. During the conference, I hope the interaction between researchers and professionals, business-to-business, government-togovernment will be strong, and its will create an opportunity to form strategic partnership or strengthening the network. On behalf of Indonesian Government, I highly recommend that you join us in this Conference to meet the road experts from all sectors and share the latest news for road transportation. I am happy to welcome you and wish you have pleasant moment in Bali. Terima Kasih Basuki Hadimuljono Basuki Hadimuljono Message from the Minister Message from President of REAAA The Asia and Australasia region are growing fast and improve its influence on global economic. Many of the G20 members are comes from the region. The REAAA as the association on the development of roads infrastructure also being more important in its role to develop technologies as well as the networking catalyst of the road sectors in the region. The 15th REAAA Conference is designed to be a forum on updating the new technologies, sharing best practice, and discussing country’s policy as well as the needs on the roads industries. The conference’s theme is Roads for Better Live, which trying to promote more inclusive road, saver and more sustainable road, and the road that improve people’s prosperity. The conference will be held on three days, and consist of REAAA Council Meeting & General Meeting, Meeting of Heads of Road Authorities, REAAA Young Engineer Professional Meeting, REAAA Business Forum, Technical Session, Technical Visits & Social Programs, Exhibition, and Katahira Awards. It is organized and held on the beautiful tropical island of Bali. Therefore, I believe it will more enjoyable and will create unforgettable experience on attending such conference. Also, on behalf of the REAAA, I express my sincere gratitude to the government of the Republic of Indonesia especially the Ministry of Public Works and Housing and the Indonesian Road Development Association for their dedication in organizing this conference It is my great pleasure in inviting you to attend and participate in the 15th REAAA Conference. Mark your calendar now for 22- 24 March 2017, and join us in Bali, for this world-class event. Please come and enjoy the Conference! A. Hermanto Dardak A. Hermanto Dardak Message from President of IRDA On behalf of IRDA, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all REAAA members for giving chance IRDA conducting the 15th REAAA Conference 2017. This Conference will be conducted in a beautiful paradise island of Bali. The venue will be in Nusa Dua Bali, a place surrounding by 4-5 stars hotels, world standard quality of conference rooms and facilities, beautiful beach with white sand, delicious cuisine, cozy and safety area. The 15th REAAA Conference is very importance for all of REAAA member countries. Back to back with the conference, there will be REAAA Council Meeting and General Meeting, Meeting of Head of Road Authority, REAAA Young Engineering Professional Meeting, the 4th REAAA Business Forum, etc. The organizing committee is also arrange an interesting program such as Exhibition, technical session, technical visit, social program, and Katahira Awards. Please come and joint the conference. It will be a great honor for me to welcome you all in event. IRDA will do our best to help you to make a successful conference and enjoyable stay in Bali. Terima Kasih H. Hediyanto W. Husaini H. Hediyanto W. Husaini Indonesia Welcomes You! Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, comprising of more than 13 thousand islands, straddling the equator, situated between the continents of Asia and Australia and between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, stretching from east to west with a length of 5,200 km and a width of 1,870 km. Indonesia has a total population of more than 240 million people (2015) from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. Culturally, Indonesia fascinates with her rich diversity of ancient temples, music, ranging from the traditional to modern pop, dances, rituals and ways of life, differ from island to island, from region to region. Yet everywhere the visitor feels welcomed with that warm, gracious innate friendliness of the Indonesian people that is not easily forgotten. The Paradise island Bali, one of the smaller islands of Indonesia, lies 3.2 km (2 mi) east of Java, and is approximately 8 degrees south of equator. The island is approximately 153 km (95 mi) wide and spans approximately 112 km (69 mi) north to south; its cover 5,632 km2 land area. It has been described by many different names - The Hidden Paradise, The Last Paradise on Earth, Morning of The World, Island of Gods, Island of a Thousand Temples, the Emerald Isle of Asia and Island of the Smiling People. For centuries Bali has attracted visitors from all over the world, drawn to its colorful festivals and ceremonies, traditional music and dances, its arts and crafts, delicious cuisine, stunning underwater world and delightful, easygoing people. Venues Nusa Dua is the premier resort area in Bali. The vicinity has an excellent tourism infrastructure with more than 4000 available rooms of international 4 and 5-stars chain hotels, a close by 18- holes Golf & Country Club, Amphitheater, alongside luxurious shops, Café and Restaurants with a seamless white sandy beach within a walking distance. Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) located in the heart of Nusa Dua resort area. It is only 20 minutes away by car from the international Airport and has an easy access to transport by a taxi. The whole concept consists of a high profile characteristic, an impressive 70,000 sq. meter garden landscape and a breathtaking Balinese architecture of a total 50,000 sq. meter building area which all integrated to create a complete infrastructure for any kind of events. Taman Ayun Temple, Bali Raja Ampat, Papua A Group of Balinese Dancer REAAA in brief REAAA is the Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia. The association promotes the science and practice of road engineering and related professions in the Asia Pacific region through developing professional and commercial links within and between countries in the region. The notable member institution of the association are such as IRDA (Indonesian Road Development Association), the Malaysian Chapter, Australian Chapter and REAP (Philippines). IRDA in brief Indonesian Road Development Association or in Indonesian famous with the name HPJI (Himpunan Pengembangan Jalan Indonesia) is one of the biggest profession association in Indonesia. IRDA vision is to improve the Professionalism for the Members of IRDA as the stakeholder of the Road and Bridge in Indonesia. It activity always targeting more competent and professional of its member by applying certain Criteria of Quality. The member comes from different background from road administrator, government, private company (general contractor or consultants), as well as university and road researcher . Conference Background REAAA Conference is a routine agenda for REAAA and becomes most prestigious event for road professional in the region. The conferences exhibit recent innovation, idea and technologies in road infrastructure and will be a forum to discuss and exchanging idea for road development. This next REAAA conference in Bali will be the fifteenth in its series, first conference was held in Thailand in1976. This conference held every two or four years by the President’s host country, and the next REAAA will be the second time hosted by Indonesia. The REAAA Conference is held every two to four years Conference Sub-Theme T-1. Road Safety and Smart Transport System Policy issues for supporting decade of action for road safety 2011-2020; road safety system approach; better safety data for better safety outcome; smart transport technology for improving road safety; policy, social and institutional ITS issues; mobility models and vehicular traffic models, driving behavior models and analytical and simulation modeling for implementing smart transport technology; T-2. Green Construction and Sustainable Environment Adaptation of road pavements to climate change; innovation in construction and maintenance; the use of marginal local materials for roads and bridges; roads to support sustainable environment development; environment consideration in road projects evaluation to ensure quality of life; protecting culture and heritage of the society, and climate resilient road standards for climate change adaptation. Conference Main Theme “Roads for Better Living” People are the center of sustainability development. We must ensure: personal mobility remains accessible and affordable, as part of the mobility mix of any city; Roads play an important roles of connectivity of transportation networks and better logistic service and economic and rural development. However, road development should also ensure the quality of life, culture, heritage and health of our society. The technical sessions in this conference have been formulated to discuss about the problem, challenges, and alternative solutions. Come and be informed on the required quality road infrastructure of the future. T-3. Road Development to Support Regional Growth Road and urban/regional development; keeping cities moving and pro public transportation for personal mobility; improve traffic and mobility; efficiency logistics supply chain; design of transport systems and development of urban infrastructures. T-4. Road financing scheme Managing project financing for sustainable road development, sustainable project delivery system and public and private partnership issues. T-5. Other topics related to road development The above topics are not exhausted. Other topics related to road development are welcome, e.g. disaster management, development and evolution toward better living. Children walking safely in pedestrian bridge in Aceh Province, Indonesia Call for Technical Paper Papers are invited from local and international authors, either from academic or professional communities, among others, encompassing the following streams:  Road Safety and Smart Transport System Policy issues for supporting decade of action for road safety 2011-2020; road safety system approach; better safety data for better safety outcome; smart transport technology for improving road safety; policy, social and institutional ITS issues; mobility models and vehicular traffic models, driving behavior models and analytical and simulation modeling for implementing smart transport technology.  Green Construction and Sustainable Environment Adaptation of road pavements to climate change; innovation in construction and maintenance; the use of marginal local materials for roads and bridges; roads to support sustainable environment development; environment consideration in road projects evaluation to ensure quality of life; protecting culture and heritage of the society, and climate resilient road standards for climate change adaptation.  Road Development to Support Regional Growth Road and urban/regional development; keeping cities moving and pro public transportation for personal mobility; improve traffic and mobility; efficiency logistics supply chain; design of transport systems and development of urban infrastructures.  Road Financing Scheme Managing project financing for sustainable road development, sustainable project delivery system and public and private partnership issues.  Other topics related to road development The above topics are not exhausted. Other topics related to road development are welcome, e.g. disaster management, development and evolution toward better living The authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original, previously unpublished research results, not currently under review by another conference or journal. Paper shall be submitted in two stages, first as an abstract and the as a draft full paper after the abstract has been accepted. All submitted papers will be reviewed by independent reviewers. More information are available in separate booklet on ’Preparing Papers for 15th REAAA Conference’. The document can be requested from conference@reaaaindonesia.org Important Dates: Opening Date for Abstract Submission 30 January 2016 Closing Date for Abstract Submission 20 June 2016 Notification of Abstract Acceptance 20 July 2016 Submission of Draft Full Paper 20 October 2016 Notification of Full Paper Acceptance 20 December 2016 Submission of Camera Ready Paper 20 January 2017 Technical Paper Presentation Katahira Awards The Katahira Awards will be awarded to outstanding technical papers relating to the road industry presented at the 15th REAAA Conference by young professionals. The winning entry/ entries will receive cash award/s and certificate/s. Among the terms and conditions of eligibility for the Katahira Awards are:  The author must be below 40 years of age at the point of submission of paper/s (as at 20 October 2016). If there is more than one (1) author, only the author/s below 40 years of age is/ are eligible.  The author/s must be either ordinary/ associate member/ s or employee/s of institutional member/s at the point of submission of paper/ s. Technical papers published elsewhere in the same format will not be accepted. Abstracts selected to submit the subsequent full technical papers will be evaluated for the Katahira Awards. Program in brief The conference program will encompass several activities which in all will take 4 days, ranging from keynote speakers, technical presentations, guest lecture, exhibitions, technical visit and social programs. Delegates are welcome to stay longer to enjoy hundreds of tourist attractions that Bali and Indonesia has to offer. Registration fee 1) Receive the conference kit with proceedings, attend all technical sessions, opening and closing ceremonies, welcome reception, gala dinner, one technical visit and daily refreshments and lunch. 2) Entitled to attend the plenary or technical sessions of the day including refreshments and lunch. The conference kit and proceedings are not included. 3) Registration form and fee fully received by the date specified. 4) Entitled to attend the welcome reception, opening and closing ceremonies (including lunch), gala dinner and the craft tour. Category Local Delegate (IDR) International Delegate (USD) Early Bird3 Before 31Jan 2017 Regular3 From 1 Feb 2017 Walk-in Early Bird3 Before 31Jan 2017 Regular3 From 1 Feb 2017 Walk-in REAAA Members1 5.0 million 5.5 million 6.0 million 750 850 1,000 Non REAAA Members1 6.0 million 6.5 million 7.0 million 850 950 1,100 Speakers1 3.5 million 600 Students1 2.0 million 400 Daily Rate2 2.0 million 400 Accompanying Persons4 2.0 million 350 Date 21‐Mar‐17 22‐Mar‐17 23‐Mar‐17 24‐Mar‐17 Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:00 ‐10:00 REAAA Young Engineers Mee􀆟ng Golf Tournament (further no􀆟ce) Opening Ceremony Technical Session 1 (Road Safety and Environment) Technical Session 2 (Green Construc􀆟on and Materials) Exhibi􀆟on REAAA General Mee􀆟ng Technical Visit 1 Technical Visit 2 Technical Visit 3 10:00 ‐11:00 Keynote Speakers Exhibi􀆟on REAAA Council Mee􀆟ng Business Forum 11:00 ‐12:00 Technical Session 3 (Road to Support Regional Growth ) Technical Session 4 (Road Financing Scheme) 12:00 ‐13:00 13:00 ‐14:00 Preregistra‐ 􀆟on Social Program 1 Social Program 2 Social Program 3 14:00 ‐15:00 Plenary Session 1 HORA Mee􀆟ng Technical Session 5 (Be􀆩er Living and Resilient Road Development) Technical Session 5 (Be􀆩er Living and Resilient Road Development) 15:00 ‐16:00 16:00 ‐17:00 Welcome Recep 􀆟on Plenary Session 2 Guest Lecture 17:00 ‐18:00 Closing Ceremony 18:00 ‐19:00 Welcome Dinner Gala Dinner 19:00 ‐20:00 REAAA General Meeting The General Meeting of the Association is held every two to four years. The General Meeting is always held in conjunction with the REAAA Conference. Business Forum With the theme of Enhance partnership on Public Private Partnership in member countries, the conference organizing committee would like to invite all of the CEO’s of construction engineering, road industries and service industries to discuss and finding the business opportunity and build the strategic business partnership among private sector in member countries. The prominent speakers from member countries and advance countries will share their experiences and ideas about the business opportunities and the successful public private partnership in their countries. Agenda: business forum presentations and one to one meetings. Concurring Events REAAA Council Meeting The Management of the Association is vested in a Council which holds regular meetings to make policy decisions and set direction for the Association. In 2017, it will be on its 105th Governing Council Meeting. Meeting of Head of Road Authorities An important initiative of REAAA has been the establishment of region meetings of Head of Road Authorities (HORA) in the region. It is to provide a forum for region’s most senior asset managers to interact in productive manner with each other on common issues. In 2017, it will be on its 12th HORA Meeting. REAAA Young Engineers and Professionals Forum Another important initiative of REAAA is the Young Engineers and Professionals (YEP) Forum. It reaches young members of REAAA to actively involve in multinational cooperation made possible by the Association. Each year the YEP meets to discuss ideas or promoting activities to improve the capacity of young its members, The 1st REAAA Business Forum in Nusa Dua Bali Business Forum Registration fee* REAAA member : 500 USD (including gala dinner) Non REAAA member : 700 USD (including gala dinner) Accompanying person : 250 USD (including gala dinner) * The general conference registration fee doesn’t include the Business Forum Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities The conference organizing committee offers exciting opportunities for partnerships, joint conference activities or events, advertisement, etc. The sponsorship package available are titanium, platinum, gold and silver. Through this event, you can increase the corporate brand image and market share national and internationally by connecting directly to the decision makers, researchers and state of the art of technology. For further information related with sponsorship package available please contact the local organizing committee. Exhibition Participation The organizing committee would like to invite all of the construction engineering companies, industries, research center and other institutions in the field of road and bridge engineering for:  Promote the achievements, industrial products or engineering services  Build networking with the decision maker either in public or private sector  Build networking with international strategic partners  Share and exchange the ideas and views with others professional and researchers  Get the information about the future trend of technologies and new construction materials through participating in this prestigious conference exhibition. The organizing committee will provide 100 – 150 booth (size: 3x3 m) in the main corridor of the conference rooms. Booking rates for the exhibition booth:  Early bird fee (confirmation & full payment by 31 January 2017) : USD 650 per sq. meter  Standard fee (confirmation & full payment by 20 February 2017) : USD 750 per sq. meter The above rates has include the booth facilities such as frame of shell scheme booth comprising side and back panels, one table, two units folding chairs, electricity and two units fluorescent lights. Exhibitor entitlements:  Two (2) exhibition passes  A profile of the company or products in the exhibitor’s directory (not exceeding 100 words) Social Program The conference will arrange several half day tours for delegates to select, to experience Balinese culture, natural beauty, and hospitability. SP-1 Bali Essential Tour The tour will visit Taman Ayun Temple, Ulun Danu Temple, Candi Kuning Market, Jatiluwih rice terrace and Tanah Lot Temple. SP-2 Bali Water Sports and Marine Activity Water sport and marine activities such as banana boat, parasailing, jet skiing, water skiing, glass-bottom boat rides, snorkeling, learning about turtle conservation and more! SP-3 Elephant Safari Park and White-Water Rafting Adventure Get up close and personal with Bali's wildlife on this thrilling nature tour. Combine a heart-pumping white-water rafting experience on the spectacular Ayung River with an elephant safari adventure. Bali Mandara Toll Road Technical Visit Several Indonesian high profile projects are made available for technical visits. They are handpicked by the Organizer to demonstrate Indonesia’s infrastructure development to date. Delegates are requested to select one visit of their interest. TV-1 Bali Mandara Toll Road The recently built toll road, connecting southern Bali peninsula to the main island. Stretched above the bay and built with strong consideration of local culture and environmental preservation. TV-2 I Gusti Ngurah Rai Int. Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport was built in 1930 and previously referred as Airport of Tuban. The new international terminal has an area of 120,000 m2 and has a unique architecture adopting Bali traditional culture. The building consists of 3 floors which is able to accommodate 16 million passengers per year. TV-3 Benoa Bay Reclamation The project seeks to build hotels, convention center, and entertainment centers on more than 700 hectares of reclamation land in Benoa. Development of the area has been criticized by conservationists because the bay covers 3,000 hectares teeming with a rich mangrove ecosystem that feeds the local fishing community. Contact Us conference@reaaaindonesia.org Visa Free Delegates holding passport from the following 15 countries and territories are eligible to enter and remain in Indonesia without a visa for 30 days. Visa on Arrival Delegates holding passport from the following 66 countries may apply visa upon arrival in Indonesia. BALI NUSA DUA HOTEL & CONVENTION Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot NW/1, Nusa Dua Bali 80363 - Indonesia T : + 62 361 8498833, F : + 62 361 8498822 Ms. Anjar Rinanti (Rina) Sales Coordinator M: + 62 812 3720 9998 E : rina@balinusaduahotel.com www.balinusaduahotel.com COURTYARD MARRIOT BALI NUSA DUA Kawasan Pariwisata Lot SW1, Nusa Dua, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia Telepon:(0361) 3003888 Ms. Santy Kusuma Handy Assistant Director of Sales Jakarta Representative Office Mobile : 62 812 384 2841 cy.dpscy.ados@courtyard.com MERCURE BALI NUSA DUA Jalan Nusa Dua Selatan, Lot SW 03, Nusa Dua, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia T +62 (0) 361 846 7000, F +62 (0) 361 846 7001 E-mail : H8006-SM@accor.com mercure.com, accorhotels.com/8006 Mr. Andre SARTIKA Director of Sales & Marketing M. +62 81 2385 1188 GRANDWHIZ NUSA DUA Jl. Kawasan Nusa Dua Resort, Komplek Wisata Nusa Dua Blok T, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia Telepon:(0361) 8498020, :+62 361 8498020 Ms. Astrid Director of Sales & Marketing Mobile : 0818699372 / 0811389972 AMARIS HOTEL PRATAMA NUSA DUA – BALI Jl. Pratama Lingk. Celuk, Kel. Benoa, Bali 80363, 80361, Indonesia Phone. +62361 8468333 I Fax. +62361 8468337 Ms. Lisa Darmayanti – Sales Mobile. +6281999258251 Email. sales@pratamabali.amarishotel.com - Online booking. www.amarishotel.com I www.santika.com Accommodations There are numerous hotels with various star ratings within the vicinity of the conference venue. Delegates wishing to stay in the following hotels closest to the conference venue are required to communicate directly with the hotels for their requirements. 1. Brunei 2. Cambodia 3. Chile 4. Ecuador 5. Hong Kong 6. Lao PDR 7. Macao 8. Malaysia 9. Morocco 10. Myanmar 11. Peru 12. Philippines 13. Singapore 14. Thailand 15. Vietnam 1. Algeria 2. Andorra 3. Argentina 4. Australia 5. Austria 6. Bahrain 7. Belarusian 8. Belgium 9. Brazil 10. Bulgari 11. Canada 12. China 13. Croatia 14. Cyprus 15. Czech 16. Denmark 17. Egypt 18. England 19. Estonia 20. Fiji 21. Finland 22. France 23. Germany 24. Greece 25. Hungary 26. Iceland 27. India 28. Ireland 29. Italy 30. Japan 31. Kuwait 32. Latvia 33. Libya 34. Liechtenstein 35. Lithuania 36. Luxemburg 37. Maldives 38. Malta 39. Mexico 40. Monaco 41. Netherlands 42. New Zealand 43. Norway 44. Oman 45. Panama 46. Poland 47. Portugal 48. Qatar 49. Romania 50. Russia 51. Saudi Arabia 52. Seychelles 53. Slovakia 54. Slovenia 55. South Africa 56. South Korea 57. Spain 58. Suriname 59. Sweden 60. Switzerland 61. Taiwan 62. Timor Lest 63. Tunisia 64. Turkey 65. UAE 66. USA


15th REAAA CONFERENCE 2017 1st GLOBAL ROAD SUMMIT FOR REAAA PURPOSES MARCH 22-24, 2017, BALI, INDONESIA

Organized by: Make roads inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable Ministry of Public Works and Housing Indonesia Indonesia Road Development Association Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia International Road Federation Version 30 January 2016 ROADS FOR BETTER LIVING 15th REAAA CONFERENCE 2017 1st GLOBAL ROAD SUMMIT FOR REAAA PURPOSES MARCH 22-24, 2017, BALI, INDONESIA After more than six decades of its independence, Indonesia has made tremendous progresses in its economic development. Originating from a traditionally agriculturalbased economy, Indonesia has shifted a larger portion of its economic activities toward manufacturing and service oriented industry. Its economic development has also improved the nation’s level of prosperity, which is reflected in its increased income per capita as well as in other social and economic indicators. Although Indonesia’s fundamentals are strong, achieving a high level of growth will not happen automatically. A number of challenges must be overcome in order to realize the sustainable development for a successful Indonesia. There is a development gap between western and eastern parts of Indonesia. The main challenge for a huge archipelago such as Indonesia is the provision of infrastructure to support economic activities. Provision of infrastructure which encourages connectivity will reduce transportation and logistics costs in order to improve product competitiveness, and accelerate economic growth. Therefore, the main issue to be tackled by road infrastructure are connectivity improvement and disparity reduction. By improving the road infrastructure as well as other infrastructures, Indonesia is ready to contribute as the region’s center of economic growth, especially on the era of ASEAN Economic Community. Experience shown that developing road infrastructure without actuating the principal of sustainability could be damaging environment and causing social conflict. The paradigm should shift from the road as a mode in logistic and transportation system to the road as a mode for increasing the value of living. Developing road infrastructure should focus on sustainability and adding value on people’s live. In the 15th REAAA Conference next 2017 in Bali, I would like hear and share the experiences and ideas from all participants related with the above paradigm shift. As the theme of the conference, Roads for Better Living, I would like all of participants to discuss how the roads can improve the living condition, and what kind of added value can be obtained. I belief that all of the information and the result of discussion can be used as a basic for improving innovation on road planning, designing, constructing and management in each countries. During the conference, I hope the interaction between researchers and professionals, business-to-business, government-togovernment will be strong, and its will create an opportunity to form strategic partnership or strengthening the network. On behalf of Indonesian Government, I highly recommend that you join us in this Conference to meet the road experts from all sectors and share the latest news for road transportation. I am happy to welcome you and wish you have pleasant moment in Bali. Terima Kasih Basuki Hadimuljono Basuki Hadimuljono Message from the Minister Message from President of REAAA The Asia and Australasia region are growing fast and improve its influence on global economic. Many of the G20 members are comes from the region. The REAAA as the association on the development of roads infrastructure also being more important in its role to develop technologies as well as the networking catalyst of the road sectors in the region. The 15th REAAA Conference is designed to be a forum on updating the new technologies, sharing best practice, and discussing country’s policy as well as the needs on the roads industries. The conference’s theme is Roads for Better Live, which trying to promote more inclusive road, saver and more sustainable road, and the road that improve people’s prosperity. The conference will be held on three days, and consist of REAAA Council Meeting & General Meeting, Meeting of Heads of Road Authorities, REAAA Young Engineer Professional Meeting, REAAA Business Forum, Technical Session, Technical Visits & Social Programs, Exhibition, and Katahira Awards. It is organized and held on the beautiful tropical island of Bali. Therefore, I believe it will more enjoyable and will create unforgettable experience on attending such conference. Also, on behalf of the REAAA, I express my sincere gratitude to the government of the Republic of Indonesia especially the Ministry of Public Works and Housing and the Indonesian Road Development Association for their dedication in organizing this conference It is my great pleasure in inviting you to attend and participate in the 15th REAAA Conference. Mark your calendar now for 22- 24 March 2017, and join us in Bali, for this world-class event. Please come and enjoy the Conference! A. Hermanto Dardak A. Hermanto Dardak Message from President of IRDA On behalf of IRDA, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all REAAA members for giving chance IRDA conducting the 15th REAAA Conference 2017. This Conference will be conducted in a beautiful paradise island of Bali. The venue will be in Nusa Dua Bali, a place surrounding by 4-5 stars hotels, world standard quality of conference rooms and facilities, beautiful beach with white sand, delicious cuisine, cozy and safety area. The 15th REAAA Conference is very importance for all of REAAA member countries. Back to back with the conference, there will be REAAA Council Meeting and General Meeting, Meeting of Head of Road Authority, REAAA Young Engineering Professional Meeting, the 4th REAAA Business Forum, etc. The organizing committee is also arrange an interesting program such as Exhibition, technical session, technical visit, social program, and Katahira Awards. Please come and joint the conference. It will be a great honor for me to welcome you all in event. IRDA will do our best to help you to make a successful conference and enjoyable stay in Bali. Terima Kasih H. Hediyanto W. Husaini H. Hediyanto W. Husaini Indonesia Welcomes You! Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, comprising of more than 13 thousand islands, straddling the equator, situated between the continents of Asia and Australia and between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, stretching from east to west with a length of 5,200 km and a width of 1,870 km. Indonesia has a total population of more than 240 million people (2015) from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. Culturally, Indonesia fascinates with her rich diversity of ancient temples, music, ranging from the traditional to modern pop, dances, rituals and ways of life, differ from island to island, from region to region. Yet everywhere the visitor feels welcomed with that warm, gracious innate friendliness of the Indonesian people that is not easily forgotten. The Paradise island Bali, one of the smaller islands of Indonesia, lies 3.2 km (2 mi) east of Java, and is approximately 8 degrees south of equator. The island is approximately 153 km (95 mi) wide and spans approximately 112 km (69 mi) north to south; its cover 5,632 km2 land area. It has been described by many different names - The Hidden Paradise, The Last Paradise on Earth, Morning of The World, Island of Gods, Island of a Thousand Temples, the Emerald Isle of Asia and Island of the Smiling People. For centuries Bali has attracted visitors from all over the world, drawn to its colorful festivals and ceremonies, traditional music and dances, its arts and crafts, delicious cuisine, stunning underwater world and delightful, easygoing people. Venues Nusa Dua is the premier resort area in Bali. The vicinity has an excellent tourism infrastructure with more than 4000 available rooms of international 4 and 5-stars chain hotels, a close by 18- holes Golf & Country Club, Amphitheater, alongside luxurious shops, Café and Restaurants with a seamless white sandy beach within a walking distance. Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) located in the heart of Nusa Dua resort area. It is only 20 minutes away by car from the international Airport and has an easy access to transport by a taxi. The whole concept consists of a high profile characteristic, an impressive 70,000 sq. meter garden landscape and a breathtaking Balinese architecture of a total 50,000 sq. meter building area which all integrated to create a complete infrastructure for any kind of events. Taman Ayun Temple, Bali Raja Ampat, Papua A Group of Balinese Dancer REAAA in brief REAAA is the Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia. The association promotes the science and practice of road engineering and related professions in the Asia Pacific region through developing professional and commercial links within and between countries in the region. The notable member institution of the association are such as IRDA (Indonesian Road Development Association), the Malaysian Chapter, Australian Chapter and REAP (Philippines). IRDA in brief Indonesian Road Development Association or in Indonesian famous with the name HPJI (Himpunan Pengembangan Jalan Indonesia) is one of the biggest profession association in Indonesia. IRDA vision is to improve the Professionalism for the Members of IRDA as the stakeholder of the Road and Bridge in Indonesia. It activity always targeting more competent and professional of its member by applying certain Criteria of Quality. The member comes from different background from road administrator, government, private company (general contractor or consultants), as well as university and road researcher . Conference Background REAAA Conference is a routine agenda for REAAA and becomes most prestigious event for road professional in the region. The conferences exhibit recent innovation, idea and technologies in road infrastructure and will be a forum to discuss and exchanging idea for road development. This next REAAA conference in Bali will be the fifteenth in its series, first conference was held in Thailand in1976. This conference held every two or four years by the President’s host country, and the next REAAA will be the second time hosted by Indonesia. The REAAA Conference is held every two to four years Conference Sub-Theme T-1. Road Safety and Smart Transport System Policy issues for supporting decade of action for road safety 2011-2020; road safety system approach; better safety data for better safety outcome; smart transport technology for improving road safety; policy, social and institutional ITS issues; mobility models and vehicular traffic models, driving behavior models and analytical and simulation modeling for implementing smart transport technology; T-2. Green Construction and Sustainable Environment Adaptation of road pavements to climate change; innovation in construction and maintenance; the use of marginal local materials for roads and bridges; roads to support sustainable environment development; environment consideration in road projects evaluation to ensure quality of life; protecting culture and heritage of the society, and climate resilient road standards for climate change adaptation. Conference Main Theme “Roads for Better Living” People are the center of sustainability development. We must ensure: personal mobility remains accessible and affordable, as part of the mobility mix of any city; Roads play an important roles of connectivity of transportation networks and better logistic service and economic and rural development. However, road development should also ensure the quality of life, culture, heritage and health of our society. The technical sessions in this conference have been formulated to discuss about the problem, challenges, and alternative solutions. Come and be informed on the required quality road infrastructure of the future. T-3. Road Development to Support Regional Growth Road and urban/regional development; keeping cities moving and pro public transportation for personal mobility; improve traffic and mobility; efficiency logistics supply chain; design of transport systems and development of urban infrastructures. T-4. Road financing scheme Managing project financing for sustainable road development, sustainable project delivery system and public and private partnership issues. T-5. Other topics related to road development The above topics are not exhausted. Other topics related to road development are welcome, e.g. disaster management, development and evolution toward better living. Children walking safely in pedestrian bridge in Aceh Province, Indonesia Call for Technical Paper Papers are invited from local and international authors, either from academic or professional communities, among others, encompassing the following streams:  Road Safety and Smart Transport System Policy issues for supporting decade of action for road safety 2011-2020; road safety system approach; better safety data for better safety outcome; smart transport technology for improving road safety; policy, social and institutional ITS issues; mobility models and vehicular traffic models, driving behavior models and analytical and simulation modeling for implementing smart transport technology.  Green Construction and Sustainable Environment Adaptation of road pavements to climate change; innovation in construction and maintenance; the use of marginal local materials for roads and bridges; roads to support sustainable environment development; environment consideration in road projects evaluation to ensure quality of life; protecting culture and heritage of the society, and climate resilient road standards for climate change adaptation.  Road Development to Support Regional Growth Road and urban/regional development; keeping cities moving and pro public transportation for personal mobility; improve traffic and mobility; efficiency logistics supply chain; design of transport systems and development of urban infrastructures.  Road Financing Scheme Managing project financing for sustainable road development, sustainable project delivery system and public and private partnership issues.  Other topics related to road development The above topics are not exhausted. Other topics related to road development are welcome, e.g. disaster management, development and evolution toward better living The authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original, previously unpublished research results, not currently under review by another conference or journal. Paper shall be submitted in two stages, first as an abstract and the as a draft full paper after the abstract has been accepted. All submitted papers will be reviewed by independent reviewers. More information are available in separate booklet on ’Preparing Papers for 15th REAAA Conference’. The document can be requested from conference@reaaaindonesia.org Important Dates: Opening Date for Abstract Submission 30 January 2016 Closing Date for Abstract Submission 20 June 2016 Notification of Abstract Acceptance 20 July 2016 Submission of Draft Full Paper 20 October 2016 Notification of Full Paper Acceptance 20 December 2016 Submission of Camera Ready Paper 20 January 2017 Technical Paper Presentation Katahira Awards The Katahira Awards will be awarded to outstanding technical papers relating to the road industry presented at the 15th REAAA Conference by young professionals. The winning entry/ entries will receive cash award/s and certificate/s. Among the terms and conditions of eligibility for the Katahira Awards are:  The author must be below 40 years of age at the point of submission of paper/s (as at 20 October 2016). If there is more than one (1) author, only the author/s below 40 years of age is/ are eligible.  The author/s must be either ordinary/ associate member/ s or employee/s of institutional member/s at the point of submission of paper/ s. Technical papers published elsewhere in the same format will not be accepted. Abstracts selected to submit the subsequent full technical papers will be evaluated for the Katahira Awards. Program in brief The conference program will encompass several activities which in all will take 4 days, ranging from keynote speakers, technical presentations, guest lecture, exhibitions, technical visit and social programs. Delegates are welcome to stay longer to enjoy hundreds of tourist attractions that Bali and Indonesia has to offer. Registration fee 1) Receive the conference kit with proceedings, attend all technical sessions, opening and closing ceremonies, welcome reception, gala dinner, one technical visit and daily refreshments and lunch. 2) Entitled to attend the plenary or technical sessions of the day including refreshments and lunch. The conference kit and proceedings are not included. 3) Registration form and fee fully received by the date specified. 4) Entitled to attend the welcome reception, opening and closing ceremonies (including lunch), gala dinner and the craft tour. Category Local Delegate (IDR) International Delegate (USD) Early Bird3 Before 31Jan 2017 Regular3 From 1 Feb 2017 Walk-in Early Bird3 Before 31Jan 2017 Regular3 From 1 Feb 2017 Walk-in REAAA Members1 5.0 million 5.5 million 6.0 million 750 850 1,000 Non REAAA Members1 6.0 million 6.5 million 7.0 million 850 950 1,100 Speakers1 3.5 million 600 Students1 2.0 million 400 Daily Rate2 2.0 million 400 Accompanying Persons4 2.0 million 350 Date 21‐Mar‐17 22‐Mar‐17 23‐Mar‐17 24‐Mar‐17 Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:00 ‐10:00 REAAA Young Engineers Mee􀆟ng Golf Tournament (further no􀆟ce) Opening Ceremony Technical Session 1 (Road Safety and Environment) Technical Session 2 (Green Construc􀆟on and Materials) Exhibi􀆟on REAAA General Mee􀆟ng Technical Visit 1 Technical Visit 2 Technical Visit 3 10:00 ‐11:00 Keynote Speakers Exhibi􀆟on REAAA Council Mee􀆟ng Business Forum 11:00 ‐12:00 Technical Session 3 (Road to Support Regional Growth ) Technical Session 4 (Road Financing Scheme) 12:00 ‐13:00 13:00 ‐14:00 Preregistra‐ 􀆟on Social Program 1 Social Program 2 Social Program 3 14:00 ‐15:00 Plenary Session 1 HORA Mee􀆟ng Technical Session 5 (Be􀆩er Living and Resilient Road Development) Technical Session 5 (Be􀆩er Living and Resilient Road Development) 15:00 ‐16:00 16:00 ‐17:00 Welcome Recep 􀆟on Plenary Session 2 Guest Lecture 17:00 ‐18:00 Closing Ceremony 18:00 ‐19:00 Welcome Dinner Gala Dinner 19:00 ‐20:00 REAAA General Meeting The General Meeting of the Association is held every two to four years. The General Meeting is always held in conjunction with the REAAA Conference. Business Forum With the theme of Enhance partnership on Public Private Partnership in member countries, the conference organizing committee would like to invite all of the CEO’s of construction engineering, road industries and service industries to discuss and finding the business opportunity and build the strategic business partnership among private sector in member countries. The prominent speakers from member countries and advance countries will share their experiences and ideas about the business opportunities and the successful public private partnership in their countries. Agenda: business forum presentations and one to one meetings. Concurring Events REAAA Council Meeting The Management of the Association is vested in a Council which holds regular meetings to make policy decisions and set direction for the Association. In 2017, it will be on its 105th Governing Council Meeting. Meeting of Head of Road Authorities An important initiative of REAAA has been the establishment of region meetings of Head of Road Authorities (HORA) in the region. It is to provide a forum for region’s most senior asset managers to interact in productive manner with each other on common issues. In 2017, it will be on its 12th HORA Meeting. REAAA Young Engineers and Professionals Forum Another important initiative of REAAA is the Young Engineers and Professionals (YEP) Forum. It reaches young members of REAAA to actively involve in multinational cooperation made possible by the Association. Each year the YEP meets to discuss ideas or promoting activities to improve the capacity of young its members, The 1st REAAA Business Forum in Nusa Dua Bali Business Forum Registration fee* REAAA member : 500 USD (including gala dinner) Non REAAA member : 700 USD (including gala dinner) Accompanying person : 250 USD (including gala dinner) * The general conference registration fee doesn’t include the Business Forum Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities The conference organizing committee offers exciting opportunities for partnerships, joint conference activities or events, advertisement, etc. The sponsorship package available are titanium, platinum, gold and silver. Through this event, you can increase the corporate brand image and market share national and internationally by connecting directly to the decision makers, researchers and state of the art of technology. For further information related with sponsorship package available please contact the local organizing committee. Exhibition Participation The organizing committee would like to invite all of the construction engineering companies, industries, research center and other institutions in the field of road and bridge engineering for:  Promote the achievements, industrial products or engineering services  Build networking with the decision maker either in public or private sector  Build networking with international strategic partners  Share and exchange the ideas and views with others professional and researchers  Get the information about the future trend of technologies and new construction materials through participating in this prestigious conference exhibition. The organizing committee will provide 100 – 150 booth (size: 3x3 m) in the main corridor of the conference rooms. Booking rates for the exhibition booth:  Early bird fee (confirmation & full payment by 31 January 2017) : USD 650 per sq. meter  Standard fee (confirmation & full payment by 20 February 2017) : USD 750 per sq. meter The above rates has include the booth facilities such as frame of shell scheme booth comprising side and back panels, one table, two units folding chairs, electricity and two units fluorescent lights. Exhibitor entitlements:  Two (2) exhibition passes  A profile of the company or products in the exhibitor’s directory (not exceeding 100 words) Social Program The conference will arrange several half day tours for delegates to select, to experience Balinese culture, natural beauty, and hospitability. SP-1 Bali Essential Tour The tour will visit Taman Ayun Temple, Ulun Danu Temple, Candi Kuning Market, Jatiluwih rice terrace and Tanah Lot Temple. SP-2 Bali Water Sports and Marine Activity Water sport and marine activities such as banana boat, parasailing, jet skiing, water skiing, glass-bottom boat rides, snorkeling, learning about turtle conservation and more! SP-3 Elephant Safari Park and White-Water Rafting Adventure Get up close and personal with Bali's wildlife on this thrilling nature tour. Combine a heart-pumping white-water rafting experience on the spectacular Ayung River with an elephant safari adventure. Bali Mandara Toll Road Technical Visit Several Indonesian high profile projects are made available for technical visits. They are handpicked by the Organizer to demonstrate Indonesia’s infrastructure development to date. Delegates are requested to select one visit of their interest. TV-1 Bali Mandara Toll Road The recently built toll road, connecting southern Bali peninsula to the main island. Stretched above the bay and built with strong consideration of local culture and environmental preservation. TV-2 I Gusti Ngurah Rai Int. Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport was built in 1930 and previously referred as Airport of Tuban. The new international terminal has an area of 120,000 m2 and has a unique architecture adopting Bali traditional culture. The building consists of 3 floors which is able to accommodate 16 million passengers per year. TV-3 Benoa Bay Reclamation The project seeks to build hotels, convention center, and entertainment centers on more than 700 hectares of reclamation land in Benoa. Development of the area has been criticized by conservationists because the bay covers 3,000 hectares teeming with a rich mangrove ecosystem that feeds the local fishing community. Contact Us conference@reaaaindonesia.org Visa Free Delegates holding passport from the following 15 countries and territories are eligible to enter and remain in Indonesia without a visa for 30 days. Visa on Arrival Delegates holding passport from the following 66 countries may apply visa upon arrival in Indonesia. BALI NUSA DUA HOTEL & CONVENTION Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot NW/1, Nusa Dua Bali 80363 - Indonesia T : + 62 361 8498833, F : + 62 361 8498822 Ms. Anjar Rinanti (Rina) Sales Coordinator M: + 62 812 3720 9998 E : rina@balinusaduahotel.com www.balinusaduahotel.com COURTYARD MARRIOT BALI NUSA DUA Kawasan Pariwisata Lot SW1, Nusa Dua, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia Telepon:(0361) 3003888 Ms. Santy Kusuma Handy Assistant Director of Sales Jakarta Representative Office Mobile : 62 812 384 2841 cy.dpscy.ados@courtyard.com MERCURE BALI NUSA DUA Jalan Nusa Dua Selatan, Lot SW 03, Nusa Dua, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia T +62 (0) 361 846 7000, F +62 (0) 361 846 7001 E-mail : H8006-SM@accor.com mercure.com, accorhotels.com/8006 Mr. Andre SARTIKA Director of Sales & Marketing M. +62 81 2385 1188 GRANDWHIZ NUSA DUA Jl. Kawasan Nusa Dua Resort, Komplek Wisata Nusa Dua Blok T, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia Telepon:(0361) 8498020, :+62 361 8498020 Ms. Astrid Director of Sales & Marketing Mobile : 0818699372 / 0811389972 AMARIS HOTEL PRATAMA NUSA DUA – BALI Jl. Pratama Lingk. Celuk, Kel. Benoa, Bali 80363, 80361, Indonesia Phone. +62361 8468333 I Fax. +62361 8468337 Ms. Lisa Darmayanti – Sales Mobile. +6281999258251 Email. sales@pratamabali.amarishotel.com - Online booking. www.amarishotel.com I www.santika.com Accommodations There are numerous hotels with various star ratings within the vicinity of the conference venue. Delegates wishing to stay in the following hotels closest to the conference venue are required to communicate directly with the hotels for their requirements. 1. Brunei 2. Cambodia 3. Chile 4. Ecuador 5. Hong Kong 6. Lao PDR 7. Macao 8. Malaysia 9. Morocco 10. Myanmar 11. Peru 12. Philippines 13. Singapore 14. Thailand 15. Vietnam 1. Algeria 2. Andorra 3. Argentina 4. Australia 5. Austria 6. Bahrain 7. Belarusian 8. Belgium 9. Brazil 10. Bulgari 11. Canada 12. China 13. Croatia 14. Cyprus 15. Czech 16. Denmark 17. Egypt 18. England 19. Estonia 20. Fiji 21. Finland 22. France 23. Germany 24. Greece 25. Hungary 26. Iceland 27. India 28. Ireland 29. Italy 30. Japan 31. Kuwait 32. Latvia 33. Libya 34. Liechtenstein 35. Lithuania 36. Luxemburg 37. Maldives 38. Malta 39. Mexico 40. Monaco 41. Netherlands 42. New Zealand 43. Norway 44. Oman 45. Panama 46. Poland 47. Portugal 48. Qatar 49. Romania 50. Russia 51. Saudi Arabia 52. Seychelles 53. Slovakia 54. Slovenia 55. South Africa 56. South Korea 57. Spain 58. Suriname 59. Sweden 60. Switzerland 61. Taiwan 62. Timor Lest 63. Tunisia 64. Turkey 65. UAE 66. USA


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