Post Month: September

Digital innovation enhances ASEAN Connectivity to capture new growth opportunities. Watch the video to find out more on how the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 seizes the opportunities. You can also see the video on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 is unlocking more opportunities to create stronger network of people and infrastructure that will improve the way we live, work and travel. Monitoring, Review and Evaluation (MRE) ensures that MPAC 2025 is on track to achieve its goals. Download this infographic to learn more on MPAC 2025 MRE …

Infographic – Monitoring, Review and Evaluation of the MPAC 2025 Read More »

The Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien (SOAS) Bridge, spanning 26.3 kilometres across the Brunei Bay which connects the Temburong district to Bandar Seri Begawan, was opened to public on 17 March 2020. The bridge shortens the local commuters’ travel time to the capital to less than 30 minutes. Before the opening of the bridge, travellers …

SULTAN HAJI OMAR ‘ALI SAIFUDDIEN BRIDGE – BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Read More »

Interview with Mr. Woody Milintachinda on enhancing “ASEAN Connectivity” for the next generation. Play the video to learn more.

On 11 June 2018 the Department of ASEAN Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand organized a symposium on Fostering Regional Connectivity in the Indo-Pacific Region: Connecting the Connectivities in Bangkok. The Symposium discussed ways and means to promote regional connectivity, including cooperation and collaboration on regional connectivity among ASEAN Member States and beyond. In …

Symposium on Fostering Regional Connectivity in the Indo-Pacific Region: Connecting the Connectivities 11 June 2018, Bangkok, Thailand Read More »

In Singapore, a small and densely built-up city state, an integrated approach to transport and land use planning is essential to creating a highly liveable and sustainable environment. This Urban Systems Study traces more than five decades of integration between the planning and development of transport and land use, to minimise congestion and inefficient use …

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SINGAPORE, 6 September 2018 – More than 160 participants, including senior officials from ASEAN countries, members of the ASEAN Connectivity Coordinating Committee (ACCC), representatives from Dialogue Partners, and other stakeholders involved in the ASEAN Connectivity agenda, attended the 9th ASEAN Connectivity Symposium held today in Singapore. The Symposium continued to serve as an important platform …

ASEAN steps up efforts to effectively implement the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025 Read More »

SINGAPORE, 5 September 2018 – More than ninety participants from the ASEAN Connectivity Coordinating Committee (ACCC), ASEAN sectoral bodies, National Coordinators and National Focal Points for the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 gathered in Singapore for the MPAC 2025 Monitoring, Review and Evaluation (MRE) Meeting. The MRE Meeting discussed the progress and challenges …

ASEAN Kicks-Off Monitoring, Review and Evaluation Discussions for the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025 Read More »

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