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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 3, March 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



The Implementation Of Development Policy Of Airport And Road Transport Infrastructure In Malinau District

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AUTHOR(S)

Erwin, Haselman, Harifin Tapioyihoe, Fatmawaty Rumra

 

KEYWORDS

Key words: Implementation, Development Policy, Airport and Road Transport,Malinau

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: The implementation of development policy the airport and road transport in South Kayan District and the Kayan upstream in Malinau Regency is not yet optimal observe through observation perspective of Grindle (1980), as well as Sabatier and Mazmanian (1980) who saw the implementation of policies from the side of the interests of which are affected, type benefits, degrees change, actor/the executive agency, and technical difficulties. Geographical location of both districts that located between Indonesia and Malaysia the borded by mountainous, dense jungle and the condition of erratic weather, causing equipment and materials used in the project being difficult in mobilization of the trip to the region. In addition the executive policy, the airport, transportation and the General Working Agency to road infrastructure has a duty which includes a broad and diverse all areas East Kalimantan, so that the both district was not development priority. Inland Border Area Management Board and Disadvantaged Areas ( BPKP2DT) who specialized in shape to manage of border areas tend to only perform the function of coordination course, so it does not have the authority in the implementation of development directly. So it is with telecommunication limited means of located in the area, so that obstructed of coordination and oversight. However residents in the south kayan district kayan upstream support the governments policy in the construction of that infrastructure, because policy felt the benefits, both in the economic and social.

 

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