Ministry of Transportation (Indonesia)

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Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of Transportation
Kementerian Perhubungan
Logo Kemenhub.svg
Ministry of Transportation Building, Merdeka Timur.jpg
Headquarters of the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation.
Agency overview
Formed 2 September 1945
Jurisdiction Government of Indonesia
Headquarters Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No. 8
Jakarta Pusat 10110
Jakarta, Indonesia
Minister responsible
Website www.dephub.go.id
An Indonesian Traffic Warden which is under the Ministry of Transportation, not the police

The Ministry of Transportation (Indonesian: Kementerian Perhubungan), formerly Department of Transportation or Departemen Perhubungan, is a government ministry responsible for the governance and regulation of transport in Indonesia. The Ministry is located in Jakarta.[1]

Task and Function[edit]

Ministry of Transportation primary task is to execute transportation affairs in Indonesia, its function are as follows:

  1. develop, establishment and execution of transportation policy
  2. asset management within ministry of transportation responsibility
  3. supervision of execution of transportation policy
  4. provider of technical support and supervision with regional level
  5. executor of national level technical assistance

Organizational structure[edit]

List of ministers[edit]

  1. Abikoesno Tjokrosoejoso, (September 1945 – November 1945) & (July 1953 – September 1953)
  2. Endoen Abdoel Karim, (November 1945 – October 1946)
  3. Djuanda Kartawidjaja (October 1946 – August 1949) & (September 1950 – July 1953)
  4. Indratjaja (December 1948 – July 1949)*
  5. Herling Laoh (August 1949 – September 1950)
  6. Mananti Sitompul (January 1950 – September 1950)*
  7. Roosseno (July 1953 – August 1955)
  8. Frits Laoh (August 1955 – March 1956)
  9. Sjuchjar Tedjasukmana (March 1956 – March 1957)
  10. Sukardan (April 1957 – July 1959)
  11. Mohammad Nazir (April 1957 – July 1959)
  12. Djatikusumo (July 1959 – April 1963)
  13. Abdoelmoettalip Danoeningrat (July 1959 – November 1963)
  14. R. Iskandar (July 1959 – August 1964)
  15. Hidajat Martaatmadja (April 1963 – March 1966)
  16. Ali Sadikin (November 1963 – March 1966)
  17. Partono (August 1964 – July 1966)
  18. Soerjadi Soerjadarma (February 1966 – March 1966)
  19. Jatidjan (March 1966 – July 1966)
  20. Utojo Utomo (March 1966 – July 1966)
  21. Susatyo Mardi (March 1966 – July 1966)
  22. S. H. Simatupang (March 1966 – July 1966)
  23. Sutopo (July 1966 – October 1967)
  24. Salimin Prawiro Sumarto (October 1967 – June 1968)
  25. Frans Seda (June 1968 – March 1973)
  26. Emil Salim (March 1973 – March 1978)
  27. Roesmin Noerjadin (March 1978 – March 1988)
  28. Azwar Anas (March 1988 – March 1993)
  29. Haryanto Dhanutirto (March 1993 – March 1998)
  30. Giri Suseno Hadihardjono (March 1998 – October 1999)
  31. Agum Gumelar (October 1999 – June 2001) & (August 2001 – May 2004)
  32. Budi Mulyawan Suyitno (June 2001 – August 2001)
  33. Hatta Rajasa (October 2004 – May 2007)
  34. Jusman Syafii Djamal (May 2007 – October 2009)
  35. Freddy Numberi (October 2009 – October 2011)
  36. Evert Ernest Mangindaan (October 2011 – October 2014)
  37. Ignasius Jonan (October 2014 – July 2016)
  38. Budi Karya Sumadi (since July 2016)

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