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Old December 25th, 2004, 04:35 AM   #1
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[INDONESIA] National Railways

Argh. The old Indonesian Railways thread got deleted.
So I make this new one.

SUARA PEMBARUAN DAILY

16 Gerbong KRDE untuk Jakarta-Bandung
Tol Dibangun, PT Kereta Api Tingkatkan Daya Saing JAKARTA - PT Kereta Api (PT KA) akan memesan 16 gerbong atau dua set Kereta Rel Diesel Elektrik (KRDE) dari PT Industri Kereta Api (Inka) mulai awal 2005 mendatang. Rencananya dua set KRDE itu akan dioperasikan untuk rute Jakarta-Bandung.

"Ini merupakan salah satu upaya kami meningkatkan daya saing operasional mengantisipasi berkurangnya penumpang KA setelah beroperasinya jalan tol Cipularang yang menghubungkan Jakarta dan Bandung April tahun depan," ujar Direktur Utama PT KA, Omar Berto, kepada Pembaruan di Jakarta, Kamis (23/12).

Dijelaskan, hingga kini belum diputuskan bagaimana spesifikasi KRDE itu. Soalnya belum ada detail lengkap, berapa gerbong untuk kelas bisnis dan eksekutif dalam satu rangkaian itu. Sehingga Omar belum dapat menyebutkan berapa harga satu set KRDE yang dipesan PT KA itu. KRDE adalah moda tepat untuk melayani rute Jakarta-Bandung yang pergerakannya cepat. Kereta itu tidak perlu menunggu lama ketika tiba di Gambir ataupun di Stasiun Bandung karena tidak perlu memutar lokomotif.

Dijelaskan, dua set KRDE itu akan dikerjakan selama 18 bulan, sehingga pertengahan 2006 bisa dioperasikan. Rencananya, PT KA akan memesan 10 set KRDE ke Inka. Namun program itu nantinya diserahkan kepada direksi baru PT KA yang akan terbentuk.

Capai 72 Persen

Pembangunan empat jembatan besar di sepanjang jalan tol Cikampek-Purwakarta-Padalarang (Cipularang) yang menghubungkan Jakarta dan Bandung hingga pekan ini sudah mencapai 72 persen. Dipastikan empat
jembatan besar itu akan selesai akhir Maret dan dapat digunakan pada April 2005 bersamaan dengan peringatan Konferensi Asia Afrika di Bandung.
"Untuk jembatan Cisomang, pekan depan sudah pasang balok jembatan
(penghubung antar tiang) setelah itu akan dipasang lantai jembatan. Sedangkan Cipada dan Ciujung pemasangan balok sudah dilakukan," ujar
Kasub Div Rencana Teknik JB Eddy Bambang kepada Pembaruan, Kamis (23/12).

Dijelaskan, dalam proyek jalan tol Cipularang tahap II sepanjang 41,3 kilometer, terdapat pembangunan empat jembatan besar yakni jembatan Ciujung sepanjang 470 meter, Cisomang (260 m), Cikubang (520 m), dan Cipada (650 m). Proyek Cipularang tahap II itu senilai Rp 1,47 triliun.

Khusus jembatan Ciujung nilai kontrak sebesar Rp 332,2 miliar yang dikerjakan kontraktor PT Waskita Karya Jasa (JO), kemudian jembatan Cisomang senilai Rp 75,8 miliar oleh kontraktor PT L&M System Indonesia, jembatan Cikubang senilai Rp 140,4 miliar dengan kontraktor PT Propelat, dan jembatan Cipada senilai Rp 236,3 miliar yang dikerjakan kontraktor PT Hutama karya.

Eddy menjelaskan, hingga saat ini proyek jalan tol Cipularang berjalan sesuai rencana. "Beberapa kendala seperti keluhan warga soal pembebasan lahan dan juga permasalahan soal lumpur masuk ke sawah sebagian sudah diatasi dan sebagian lagi dalam proses," ujar dia.
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Old December 25th, 2004, 04:36 AM   #2
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OMG. I make this thread in the wrong sub-forum....
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Old January 5th, 2005, 01:00 PM   #3
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ini pak sanhen yang ada di milis KA bukan?
 
Old January 6th, 2005, 07:24 AM   #4
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ini pak Anduz yg di jembatan cikubang kah?
hehehehe
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Old January 7th, 2005, 07:17 AM   #5
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ini pak Anduz yg di jembatan cikubang kah?
hehehehe
yoi sekali...wah ternyata kita ketemu lagi di forum ini..
 
Old January 7th, 2005, 07:38 AM   #6
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hehehe
koq bisa tau forum ini? tau dari mana?
saya mah lebih aktif disini daripada di milis keretapi
ngga cuman nongkrong aja hehehe
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Old January 7th, 2005, 12:29 PM   #7
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wah koq jadi chat forum berdua..:d heheh, dari search engine.....
 
Old January 19th, 2005, 04:28 AM   #8
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French firm plans to develop railroads in Aceh, Surabaya


Rendi A. Witular, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

As the government has been concentrating on further developing the rail network on Java, French rail company SNCF International plans to restore the network connecting Banda Aceh and Medan, as well to explore a possibility of a commuter line in Surabaya.

As a token of its seriousness, SNCF chairman and chief executive officer Jean-Pierre Loubinoux signed a memorandum of understanding with Minister of Transportation Hatta Radjasa on Tuesday to conduct a technical and feasibility study for the projects.

The study will be funded by the French government in the form of grants worth about 1 million euros for each project.

"We are eager to open up a railway business in Indonesia. After the completion of the study, we will invite other investors to become partners with us on the project," Loubinoux told a press briefing on Tuesday at the two-day Infrastructure Summit.

On the Aceh rail project, he added, the company would focus on restoring the 400-kilometer network stretching from Banda Aceh to Medan. The railroad itself, built by the Dutch colonial administration, actually survived the Dec. 26 quake and tsunami, that killed over 100,000 people in Aceh and devastated most of infrastructure.

In 1999, president B.J. Habibie kicked off a Rp 3.5 trillion (about US$377 million) railway project connecting Banda Aceh and Langsa in southeastern Aceh with Asian Development Bank assistance in conducting a feasibility study for the project.

The technical and feasibility studies for the Aceh railway project are expected to be completed within six months while for the Surabaya project is to be completed by the end of this year due to the complexity of the areas.

SNCF was established 50 years ago from a merger between several French state rail companies with a number of private firms.

The company has been involved in a number of projects in Asia, including Taiwan and South Korea.

SNCF refused to disclose the amount of the projects but an official with the transportation ministry revealed that the investment could be around $1 billion.

Data from the ministry says there are currently 7,833 kilometers of rail networks available in the country but only some 4,411 kilometers are operational. Over 3,100 kilometers are in Java and over 1,200 kilometers are in Sumatra.

Coordinating Minister for the Economy Aburizal Bakrie said the policy of expanding the railway network in Sumatra was to serve all provinces and other potential regions by improving the existing infrastructure system and setting up new networks.

The government is currently drafting a bill on railroads, which will further enhance the role of local administrations and the private sectors to help develop the facilities.

At present, PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) has a monopoly to regulate and operate the nation's rail networks, but has come under criticism for financial difficulties faced by the company due to corruption.

Due to the lack of funds, the company has only been able to grow by an average of 2.55 percent per year in terms of providing new facilities and expanding the network.
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Old February 10th, 2005, 07:14 PM   #9
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Surabaya - Sidoarjo Commuter Train

Here's some pics on the Surabaya Sidoarjo commuter train. Taken from suarasurabaya.net

Boarding time


Ngagel Shelter under construction


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Old February 17th, 2005, 06:56 PM   #10
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KA Jabotabek Akan Libatkan Swasta


Jakarta, Kompas - Mulai April 2005, PT KA Divisi Jabotabek akan dipisahkan dari induknya dan menjadi anak perusahaan PT KA. Selain ada perubahan nama (sementara) menjadi PT KA Jabotabek, struktur kelembagaan perusahaan baru itu juga akan dirombak. Bahkan, dalam pengoperasian kereta api, PT KA Jabotabek nantinya akan melibatkan sektor swasta.

Demikian dikatakan Direktur Jenderal Perhubungan Darat Departemen Perhubungan Iskandar Abubakar, Rabu (16/2), dalam rapat dengar pendapat dengan Komisi V Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat yang membahas masalah transportasi, kemacetan, dan banjir di Jakarta. Acara dipimpin Ketua Komisi V M Sofhian Mile yang didampingi Wakil Ketua Sumaryoto dan Erman Suparno.

Secara terpisah, Direktur Perkeretaapian Departemen Perhubungan Harris Fabillah menambahkan, pihaknya sudah menjajaki kemungkinan bekerja sama dengan perusahaan dari Korea Selatan untuk pengoperasian kereta di Jabotabek.

"Kami juga akan bekerja sama mengenai masalah sarana, terutama stasiun KA yang sekarang masih sangat terbuka. Jika ada investor, stasiun nantinya akan dibuat tertutup," tuturnya. Harris enggan menyebutkan berapa nilai investasi yang akan ditanamkan oleh perusahaan asing tersebut.

Di Istana Wakil Presiden, Menteri Perhubungan Hatta Rajasa menyatakan perusahaan dari Korea Selatan itu adalah Sam An. Adapun nilai investasi untuk membangun KA komuter itu sebesar Rp 2 triliun atau sekitar 200 juta dollar AS.

Selain di Jakarta, sistem kereta komuter itu juga akan dikembangkan di Surabaya.

Menurut Harris, setelah menjadi anak perusahaan, secara bertahap PT KA Jabotabek akan menjadi mandiri dan benar-benar terpisah dari induknya. Jadi, akhir tahun 2005 ini PT KA Jabotabek tetap harus melaporkan pendapatannya kepada PT KA yang berpusat di Bandung.

Kepala PT KA Divisi Jabotabek Rachmadi menyambut baik perubahan tersebut. "Dengan menjadi anak perusahaan, KA Jabotabek akan lebih fleksibel dalam hal usaha. Misalnya untuk menentukan tarif, KA Jabotabek tidak perlu terlalu lama berdiskusi dengan pusat. Dalam pengeluaran biaya, tidak lagi akan birokratis seperti sekarang," tuturnya.

Rachmadi menilai rencana kerja sama dengan perusahaan Korea itu bukan berarti akan mengganti karyawan PT KA yang sudah ada. Selain itu, lanjut Rachmadi, PT KA Jabotabek nantinya akan lebih mudah bekerja sama dengan Pemerintah Provinsi DKI sehingga kereta api bisa terintegrasi dengan angkutan lain, seperti busway, monorel, dan subway.

Direktur Eksekutif Indonesia Railway Watch (IRW) Taufik Hidayat mengatakan, pemisahan KA Jabotabek dari induknya sudah lama dinantikan masyarakat yang mengharapkan pelayanan lebih baik. Namun, kata Taufik, spin off tidak akan berarti banyak jika tidak didukung indikator kinerja. "Ada tiga indikator untuk menilai, yaitu ketepatan waktu kereta, pertumbuhan penumpang, serta kepuasan konsumen," ujarnya menjelaskan.

Ketepatan waktu akan mencerminkan keandalan sarana dan prasarana, sedangkan pertumbuhan penumpang bisa menunjukkan pelayanan yang membaik. Perihal kepuasan penumpang, PT KA Jabotabek bisa bekerja sama dengan Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia yang akan menyurvei penumpang. Dengan begitu, penumpang juga terlibat.

"Indikator itu nantinya akan berhubungan dengan nilai public service obligation (PSO) yang akan diberikan pemerintah untuk ’menyuntik’ dana. Berapa banyak dana yang harus diberikan, apakah meningkat atau tetap," ujar Taufik.

Selama ini, penumpang KA Jabotabek memang paling tinggi, 67 persen dari total penumpang KA. Meski demikian, penghasilannya tetap kecil. Lain dengan KA jarak jauh yang 70 persen penumpangnya kelas eksekutif.

Pengembangan

Iskandar menambahkan, pihaknya masih terus mengembangkan KA Jabotabek. Depo kereta rel listrik Depok yang pembangunannya dimulai Agustus 2004 direncanakan selesai Agustus 2007 dengan biaya lebih dari Rp 397 miliar. Untuk double double track Manggarai- Bekasi, pembebasan lahan mencapai 79,1 persen dan konstruksi dimulai tahun 2006.

Mengenai pembangunan perpanjangan jalur KA dari Stasiun Pasoso (Priok)-dermaga peti kemas Pelabuhan Tanjung Priok, pembebasan lahan dan konstruksi dikerjakan tahun ini dan selesai akhir 2006 dengan biaya Rp 80 miliar. (ivv/har)
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Old February 18th, 2005, 07:13 AM   #11
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At LAST!!!
Just about time they implement this................
I hope they not can put more attention to JAbotabek crossings by building more underpass and overpass on railway crossings. FYI, your car can get trapped up to 45 minutes in some railway crossings in Jakarta!!!
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Proudly made in Indonesia

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Old February 18th, 2005, 12:15 PM   #13
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Too bad we have only one/two sets...
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Yay! more pics, thanks tata. yeah, we ought to promote local technology more, especially since the train looks reasonably good and functional. I do think that the overhead baggage holder is somewhat unnecessary, as no one actually puts anything on top.

One think i fear from foreign investors coming into the commuter train business is that they will discontinue effort to develop train technology locally.
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Old February 18th, 2005, 02:56 PM   #15
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Agreee..
that overhead luggage is useless......
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Old February 18th, 2005, 05:38 PM   #16
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I think foreign investor is better off to just buy PT INKA and try market it overseas rather.

Anyway, Inka just posted a consecutive net loss last year, I feel sorry for them.


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Old February 19th, 2005, 07:22 AM   #17
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Well, I have no problem if INKA is sold to foreign investors. What i hope to see is that the company continue to develop rail transport technology. Looking ahead, it would be impossible for Indonesian roads to handle all inter and intra city traffics due to the high density of our population, and I hope that we can master the technology of efficient rail-based transport.

The problem with INKA is that it lacks government support. KAI bought some trainset, but they never pay up for it. And the govt did not encourage KAI to buy more trains from INKA, instead they opted for second hand trains from abroad.
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Old February 19th, 2005, 07:48 AM   #18
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The last time I heard about INKA future was about merger. I am not sure with what company, but the plan was like that.

INKA, despite lack of funding and goverment support, is a very hi-tech company. Due some technology transfer from foreign companies.

AFAIK, unlike PT Dirgantara, INKA still healthier. They export many parcel rolling stock to other countries etc.

For me, I dont want to see INKA being sold to foreign investor. Not now at least. The future of railway in Sumatera and Kalimantan is bright. For Java is hard. Railway is good for err.. "perintis" dunno how to say in english hehehe. Java is developed already, Java need MRT, not those long haul train.

PT KAI did not buy more train set from INKA coz can not NGUTANG hehehe.
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I have in my hand, the draft for new National Railways regulations that submitted to the house of representative. Its 160KB long in word format. If anyone interested PM me your email so I can email it to you.

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Sanhen, can you give us whats the main point in that regulation?

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