Jakarta 2021 Virtual summit series

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Keynote: Jakarta, 2021 Winner of the
Sustainable Transport Award
Building Jakarta Resiliency
Sustainable Mobility

How does a car-centered city improve the quality of public
transport service and infrastructure–at the same time making it
more equitable? Ask Jakarta, the 2021 Winner of the Sustainable
Transport Award. The City’s JakLingko program has advanced
seamless, interconnected transportation in the Greater Jakarta
region, while several other programs have improved
multi-modal transport for its millions of residents.

To kick of the MOBILIZE Jakarta Virtual summit series, we invite
you to our opening keynote address from Anies Rasyid
Basweden, the governor of DKI Jakarta.

Watch the Recording


Session 1 / Wednesday October 6

Keynote: Jakarta, 2021 Winner of the Sustainable Transport Award Building Jakarta Resiliency Through Sustainable Mobility
7 PM WIB Western Indonesia Time 2 PM EST Eastern Daylight Time
Anies Rasyid Baswedan
Governor of DKI Jakarta
Heather Thompson
Nora Peña


Session 2 / Wednesday November 17

Technical Webinar: The Power, Potential, and Pitfalls of Integration: Lessons Learned From Jakarta’s Public Transport Integration
7 PM WIB Western Indonesia Time 7 AM EST Eastern Standard Time
Chandra Sugarda
Gender, Disability, and Social Inclusion Specialist
Mrs. Sri Haryati
Assistant of Economic
Afairs and Finance to the Secretary of Jakarta Capital City Government
Mr. Yoga Adiwinarto
Director of Engineering and Facilities, PT Transportasi Jakarta
Mr. William
Director of MRT


Session 3 / Wednesday December 1

Deep Dive Discussion: Cycling Cities, How Cycling is Changing Our Streets and Our Cities
8 PM WIB Indonesia Time 8 AM EST Eastern Standard Time
Aswathy Dilip
ITDP South Asia Director
Syafrin Liputo
Head of Jakarta Transport Agency
Nicolás Estupiñan Alvarado
Secretary of Mobility of Bogotá
Dagmawit Moges Bekele
Minister of Transport and Logistics, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Past Summits

  • Pune, India, 2020

    50 countries, 191 cities, 1075 participants came together virtually to tackle this year’s theme of “Building Collective Action for the Next Decade” and to learn from Pune, India in their accel- eration and commitment to all sustainable transit modes, particularly with significant growth in pedestrian infrastructure.

  • Fortaleza, Brazil, 2019

    20 countries, 46 cities, 226 participants came together to learn from the increasing mobility by building over 100 kilometers of dedicated bus lanes, over 240 kilometers of cycling paths and creating a rigorous road safety program ofered by Fortaleza and discuss the theme around “Reclaiming Streets for Access and Mobility.”

  • Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 2018

    31 countries, 61 cities, and 230 participants came together to learn from the mobility and access lessons ofered by Dar es Salaam and to discuss the theme around “Making Space for Mobility in Booming Cities.” Dar es Salaam became the first African city to launch a BRT system, earning the city the 2018 Sustainble Transit Award.

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