The Ministry of Public Works of Indonesia will be investing about $3.99 billion for construction of new highways and bridges outside Java in 2013. About 281.4 km of national roads and 7.16 km of new bridges will be constructed in border and remote areas. The government would mainly focus on accessibility in the Kalimantan, East Nusa Tenggara, and Papua regions. The new bridges to be constructed include the Tayan bridge in West Kalimantan, the Pulau Balang bridge in East Kalimantan, and the Musi II bridge in South Sumatra. In addition, the ministry plans to widen several sections of existing national roads in a bid to accommodate increasing traffic.