POLICY ANALYSIS OF INCREASING INTRA AND INTER RURAL CONNECTIVITY IN INDONESIA
Interregional Connectivity Currently, many policy makers in various countries, especially developing countries, undertake development in their countries tend to distinguish between regions that are considered more advanced and regions that are considered lagging behind. Connectivity problems have been the main obstacle in underdeveloped areas, especially those in rural areas of Subang Regency. The results showed that there are areas whose accessibility is difficult to reach, especially in mountainous areas and other areas in the District, and the connectivity between toll roads, provincial roads, and regencies to villages, is not well connected, so it is still felt. There is an imbalance between rural villages that are close to urban areas and isolated villages. Research recommendations need to take a spatial approach in determining development policies and use a regional approach using a 'regional perspective'. With this regional perspective concept, development between regions is no longer independent but there is connectivity between them.
Policy, Connectivity, Rural, Indonesia