Independent Workshops

Several independent workshops or short courses/seminars are offered to be organized on October 11, 2016. If you are interested to register as participant, please do so through FSTPT Event Management Website by using your personal account. Registration for all workshop events opens on August 4, 2016 and will close either on September 30, 2016 or before, as soon as all seats are fully booked. A workshop may be cancelled if the number of registered participant is very low. All workshops will be conducted at UII Main Campus.

The following table lists 4 workshops which are open for registration. In addition, there is a workshop (3rd Workshop on Rail Transportation Course Materials Development) which is not open for registration, since the participants of  this workshop are members of FSTPT special task-force. The results this particular workshop will be reported to the General Assembly Meeting in October 11, evening.

Workshops table
Independent workshops to be organized in the occasion of 19th FSTPT Symposium

Short description about the workshops is provided below.

  • Workshop on Journal Paper Writing Technique and Strategies
  • Workshop (Conference) on City Logistics Planning 
  • Workshop on Road Preservation Technology
  • Workshop on Accessibility Planning and TOD

Conference on Lean, Clean and Green Cities: Rationalizing Indonesian Urban Freight through Inclusive Urban Development (City Logistics Planning)


In the next 50 years freight delivery systems worldwide must respond to three conditions: (1) they must be highly efficient in their management of the use of energy and finance (lean); (2) they must enhance and not detract from the quality of the urban environment and the health of citizens (clean); and (3) they must not damage local and global ecological systems (green). They must also play their part in developing socially inclusive cities and spreading the benefits of economic development among all citizens.

Indonesia’s cities and many others across Southeast Asia face great challenges in developing efficient and effective economies, achieving environmental sustainability and social goals, and having urban conditions of high amenity and levels of service. Today they experience many problems, such as hyper growth, failing infrastructure, uneven social and economic development, inefficient services, and poor environmental conditions. Transport and its related fields play a critical role, but in research, advocacy, and policy development, freight and logistics have been relatively neglected. This neglect is a barrier to progress; without a ‘lean, clean, and green’ urban freight system there cannot be ‘lean, clean, and green’ cities.

Invited Speakers include pertinent persons from the following institutions:

  • The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific, National University of Singapore
  • School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Faculty of Commerce, University of Marketing and Distribution Science, Japan
  • Ministry of Transportation, the Republic of Indonesia
  • Ministry of Environment, the Republic of Indonesia
  • Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia
  • Faculty of Engineering, Hasanuddin University
  • Faculty of Engineering, University of Sumatera Utara
  • Faculty of Engineering, Udayana University
  • Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Bandung Institute Technology
  • City Governments of Yogyakarta, Makassar, Medan, and Denpasar
  • Province Governments of DKI Jakarta and DIY
  • Logistics Service Provider
  • Business/Industry Association

Lead Facilitator

Center for Transportation and Logistics Studies (PUSTRAL), Universitas Gadjah Mada
Contact Person: Mr. Supanggung
Phone: +62 274 556928
Mobile: +62 818 0454 5144

Workshop on Accessibility Planning and Transit Oriented Development

Description (in Bahasa)

Kota-kota besar dan metropolitan di Indonesia saat ini sudah mulai merencanakan sistem angkutan umum yang bersifat massal yang berbasis rel atau guided system untuk sistem transportasi perkotaan. Dalam sistem angkutan masal perkotaan, konsep Transit Oriented Development (TOD) menjadi hal yang tidak terpisahkan karena konsep ini dapat mendorong penggunaan angkutan umum secara masal dan terkonsentrasi. Konsep TOD yang berkembang di Indonesia saat ini lebih melihat pada aspek tata ruang, di mana TOD diterapkan sebagai konsep bangunan terminal yang dibuat sebagai multi-level dan multifunction yang berbagai aktivitas terkonsentrasi di sana.

Workshop ini mencoba melihat konsep TOD dengan bobot lebih besar pada aspek transportasi, khususnya masalah aksesibilitas dan konektivitas. TOD dalam workshop ini dilihat sebagai konsep tata ruang campuran yang didasarkan pada jaringan angkutan umum dan non-motorized sebagai media koneksi utama. Beberapa materi yang diberikan dalam workshop setengah hari ini antara lain adalah:

  • definisi dan karakteristik TOD;
  • lesson learn dari pengembangan TOD;
  • peran akses dan walkability dalam TOD;
  • walkability measures;
  • evaluasi TOD pada kawasan terbangun di kota-kota di Indonesia (sangat disarankan peserta membawa peta tentang rencana TOD di daerahnya, jika ada);
  • pengembangan topik penelitian terkait aksesibilitas dan TOD, termasuk masalah integrasi pengembangan jaringan angkutan umum masal dan kawasan TOD.

Sarasan utama peserta workshop adalah mahasiswa S2 dan S3 bidang Teknik Sipil pengutamaan Rekayasa Transportasi, bidang Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, dan bidang Arsitektur khususnya urban design. Namun peserta lain yang tertarik pada angkutan umum, aksesibilitas dan walkability serta pengembangan kawasan terminal/stasiun dapat pula mengambil manfaat dari workshop ini.

Lead Facilitator

Dr. Sony Sulaksono Wibowo

Institut Teknologi Bandung