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Old May 16th, 2016, 06:04 PM   #81
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that also involves a new direct connection between Bandung and Cirebon I guess? great!

However, what are the plans for the stations on the route? Will other cities along the way such as Sumedang also get an HST station or do they just pass by?
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it's still in study phase to determine the project feasibility.
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Old May 18th, 2016, 10:20 AM   #83
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Is the station will be running on renewable energy? If yes this is so good for Indonesia not only they have a high speed train they also gonna have an eco friendly train station. Hope it will be running soon it's gonna be a big help.
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This morning, Indonesia-China joint company PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia-China (KCIC) president director, Hanggoro Budi Wiryawan, to become a keynote speaker in High Speed Railway Seminar in China.

He to convey the progress of high speed railway project that is being built in Indonesia.

This High Speed Railway Seminar, running from June 20 to 22 at International Exhibition Center, Beijing, China.



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The Distance Between Two Parallel Tracks Get Revised To 5 Metres, JKT-BDG Fast Train Can Reach Speeds of 350kph

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Jakarta -PT Fast Trains Indonesia China (KCIC) has just revised the distance between two parallel tracks from 4.6 meters to 5 meters. This design change is made to follow the recommendation of the Ministry of Transport (MoT).

With the revision of the midpoint of the range, the speed of Fast Trains Jakarta-Bandung can accelerate to 350 kilometers (KM) per hour.

"It's one thing that we follow the directives of the Minister of Transportation (Jonan) which is about the distance as the track. The distance as the track for a 4.6 meter clearance speed is limited to 250 km / h. At this revision as being 5 meter track so that the speed back to 350 km / hour, "said Director of KCIC, Hanggoro Budi Wiryawan in Hause of Rooftop, South Jakarta, Thursday (30/06/2016).

Width changes the distance between the rails is done to adjust fast train technologies that already exist in China. Train speed has also been adapted to the fast train operating in China, which can accelerate to 350 km / h.

"Technically it is 4.6 meters was eligible, the calculation is technically feasible. But because Indonesia does not have the technical rules we adopt existing standards in China. In China set to 350 km / h as the track distance of 5 meters," explains Hanggoro.

Thus, the initial construction permits along the 5 kilometer (km) which has been published in Walini will also be updated to the MoT.

"KM-95 to KM-100 would do so later revision permission of the MoT latest development is a total of 142.3 km," said Hanggoro.
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Old July 1st, 2016, 12:32 AM   #86
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INDONESIA | High Speed Rail

whether the project will be stopped ?

Jakarta - PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC) menyebut jalur kereta cepat Jakarta-Bandung rawan gangguan petir dan gempa.

KCIC sendiri merupakan konsorsium BUMN Indonesia dan China yang mengembangkan proyek kereta cepat sepanjang 142 km tersebut.

"Satu hal yang kami garis bawahi masalah petir karena area petir tertinggi di dunia koridor Jabodetabek, Jakarta-Bandung ini daerah petir tertinggi di dunia, gempanya juga," ujar Direktur Utama KCIC, Hanggoro Budi Wiryawan di Hause Rooftop, Jakarta Selatan, Kamis (30/6/2016).

Lanjut Hanggoro, jalur tersebut akan dipasang dengan sensor pencatat gempa. Selain itu, jalur tersebut juga rawan longsor dan banjir.

"Sepanjang 142 km (panjang jalur) ini kita harapkan penempatan sensornya mendekati daerah potensi gempa, kita lihat kemarin bulan lalu banjir tanah longsor," sebutnya.

Untuk mengatasi gangguan alam itu, Hanggoro mengaku pihaknya akan menggandeng perguruan tinggi dalam negeri terlibat aktif dalam perencanaan dan pengawasan proyek.

"Makanya ini ajang belajar jadi saya sudah ke beberapa Perguruan Tinggi memprovoke kampus untuk ikut proses belajar kereta cepat," tambahnya.
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Old July 1st, 2016, 01:16 AM   #87
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I read the whole article you posted and see nothing that mentioned the project would be halted.

Btw you're in international section of SSC , therefore only post the news in English please..
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Old July 1st, 2016, 04:47 PM   #88
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Thought wanna share my finding on station location in Tegalluar Bandung marked "stasiun - BARU". It is south of Summarecon Gedebage. Most likely would be the high train station or the LRT station.

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BPPT Assess Application Technology Fast Trains Jakarta-Bandung

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JAKARTA – The Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology examine and oversee the implementation of technology transfer Strategic Projects Fast Train Jakarta-Bandung together with Indonesia Railway Manufacturer Association (IRMA) built by PT Kereta Quick Indonesia China (KCIC).

“the study was conducted to support the accelerated development of the project, also carried out in collaboration with a number of parties,” said Head of BPPT Unggul Priyanto on Fast Trains MoU with KCIC and IRMA, in Jakarta, Tuesday (26/7).

He said cooperation be BPPT, PT KCIC, and IRMA will focus on technology research and development, education and training, utilization and application engineering results that already exist. In addition, it is also working to make use of facilities and infrastructure, and technical assistance in accordance with the legislation in force.

Whereas the scope of cooperation to support the development of infrastructure and industrial fast trains include the manufacture of track construction signal and communication rolling stock railway traction power supply a comprehensive maintenance dispatching safety and emergency response passenger service surveying technology , and disaster prevention technology .

SOE Minister Rini Soemarno said the ministry believes that rapid mass transportation has become a necessity, so this project has become a stepping stone to be taken by the government. According to him, to prosper evenly the mass transportation is a must, so this project has also become one of the flagship programs of the Ministry of SOEs.

“I am pleased BPPT said before directly carried out the details after the MoU was signed, as indeed we expect this can be completed quickly, “he said.
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I'm so far very unimpressed by this project. Everything that is supposed to be done BEFORE deciding whether to build the HSR is being done AFTER construction has started.
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I'm so far very unimpressed by this project. Everything that is supposed to be done BEFORE deciding whether to build the HSR is being done AFTER construction has started.
It's a thing this Indonesian project seems to share with the mushrooming projects in Thailand. (Is it a South-East Asian bug...? ) There too contradictory stories surface about what projects will and will not be carried out, what contractors have been selected and deselected, and so on. I guess it has something to do with heavily politicised planning procedures coupled with infighting among those politicians involved in the procedures?
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It's a thing this Indonesian project seems to share with the mushrooming projects in Thailand. (Is it a South-East Asian bug...? ) There too contradictory stories surface about what projects will and will not be carried out, what contractors have been selected and deselected, and so on. I guess it has something to do with heavily politicised planning procedures coupled with infighting among those politicians involved in the procedures?
Where do you get that from? I doubt that the situation with Thai HSR has anything resemblance to Indonesian one. If the only problem we have is that the government keep changing plan ( mainly for its own interest ). But all the study and planning has been carried out for at least 10 years. All main 4 lines ( North, North East, East, South ) will be still be built.
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It's a thing this Indonesian project seems to share with the mushrooming projects in Thailand. (Is it a South-East Asian bug...? ) There too contradictory stories surface about what projects will and will not be carried out, what contractors have been selected and deselected, and so on. I guess it has something to do with heavily politicised planning procedures coupled with infighting among those politicians involved in the procedures?
True that.. It happened between Transportation Minister Ignasius Jonan and State-Owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarno. The transport minister refused to allow construction to proceed until further studies had been completed, despite President Widodo presiding over the groundbreaking ceremony. It turns out that transport minister was replaced in a sweeping cabinet reshuffle recently.
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Jakarta -The government has stepped up involvement in the Chinese-backed high-speed railway that is to connect two major Indonesian cities, as it pledged on Thursday to issue the remaining construction permit for the multi-billion-dollar project by next week despite various unresolved issues.

On Thursday, State-Owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarno paid a rare visit to the Transportation Ministry’s headquarters with executives of the joint Indonesian-Chinese firm Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC), which runs the project, to meet newly appointed Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi.

After her meeting with Budi, who served as state-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura II president director prior to his appointment to Cabinet last week, Rini, Budi’s former boss, said there were “no more problems” with the official permits for the construction of the railway tracks.

The nod is deemed crucial as KCIC has been struggling with the funding for the railway as the China Development Bank has withheld its loan for the project, which will connect Jakarta and the West Java provincial capital of Bandung.

The bank, which will provide 75 percent of funding for the project, requires KCIC to secure the construction permit for the whole track for the loan agreement. KCIC had only secured the permit to develop five kilometers of track in Walini, Bandung.

“The [loan agreement] signing will be done next week. It is closely related to the construction permit and we have talked about it. [There are] no more problems with that, so I expect that it [the construction permit] will be issued next week,” she said.

The cost for the 142.3-kilometer high-speed rail network previously amounted to US$5.1 billion. However, many issues had delayed the project, including financial hurdles, land procurement and a change in design that also affected the total investment.

Construction, which experienced a prolonged delay after the issuance of the first construction permit in March, would possibly begin next week, Rini added.

Rini’s remark echoed an earlier statement by newly appointed Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Luhut Pandjaitan, who suggested that all documents and permits related to the project would be completed by next week.

The high-speed railway has been dubbed by many as the flagship project. It will stop at four stations between Jakarta and Bandung, namely Halim, Karawang, Walini and Tegalluar.

The government will give KCIC a fixed concession period of 50 years starting on May 31, 2019, by which time construction must be complete.

KCIC president director Hanggoro Budi Wiryawan said that the company, as of July, had procured 60 percent of the total land needed for the project, allowing it to only build 84 km of railway.

Rini admitted that KCIC still needed to resolve some issues to fulfill the requirement from the Transportation Ministry, including land procurement, but she said that the company had followed the process “according to the law”.

“Like toll roads, we don’t have to procure 100 percent of the land [from the start],” she said.

The Transportation Ministry previously maintained that KCIC had to procure all of the approximately 600 hectares of land needed for the project to secure the construction permit.

The ministry’s director general for railways, Prasetyo Boeditjahjono, also admitted that the permit would be issued “with some requirements”, along with the revised design and investment plan for the first 5 km of the project.

Separately, Hanggoro claimed that the company had completed the DED document and had submitted it with the ministry. “We have presented them the program and the target of the land procurement.”
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Old August 22nd, 2016, 03:19 AM   #97
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Things have started to come alive. Along the main Jakarta - Cikampek toll road, soil tests are being done, and near Bekasi there is actually a short fence put up telling this is a highspeed train project site. Since it's next to the main toll road, I can't make pictures that easy. But I will try.

Also, I noticed that the route and stations for Cikarang and Karawang are planned quite far south of the toll road. That's good, since most new development is south of the toll road (industrial, residential) but has anyone more specific locations for these stations?
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Lintasan Kereta Cepat JKT-BDG di Halim Dibangun di Bawah Tanah

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Jakarta -Stasiun pertama Kereta Cepat Jakarta-Bandung akan dibangun di sekitar Bandara Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta Timur. Direktur Utama PT Wijaya Karya Tbk (WIKA) Bintang Perbowo mengatakan pembangunan stasiun dan lintasan di sekitar lokasi ini akan menggunakan penanganan khusus.

Lintasan menuju Stasiun Halim akan dibangun di bawah tanah atau underground.

"Lintasannya kita akan buat terowongan bawah tanah. Jadi nggak eleveted (melayang) seperti yang lain," kata Bintang ditemui di Kantor WIKA, Jakarta, Senin (22/8/2016).

Hal ini dilakukan untuk menghindari zona operasi penerbangan yang ada di sekitar Lapangan Udara Angkatan Udara Halim.

Seperti diketahui, saat ini Bandara Halim Perdanakusuma merupakan salah satu obyek vital penunjang operasi militer nasional, selain itu, saat ini bandara tersebut juga mulai dimanfaatkan untuk kegiatan penerbangan sipil.

Bangunan yang terlalu tinggi di sekitar lokasi tersebut dapat mengganggu aktivitas lepas landas dan pendaratan pesawat.

"Supaya nanti nggak berbenturan dengan zonanya KKOP (Kawasan Keselamatan Operasi Penerbangan)," tutur dia.

Diakui Bintang, pihaknya saat ini tengah menunggu izin pemanfaatan lahan Bandara Halim Perdanakusuma yang direncanakan sebagai titik awal proyek kereta cepat pertama di Indonesia.

"Kalau sudah dapat persetujuannya, kita akan buat ganti tempat dulu, seperti model tukar guling gitu. Baru setelah itu kita lakukan pembangunan di Halim," jelas dia.

Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) telah meresmikan dimulainya pembangunan alias groundbreaking Proyek Kereta Cepat Jakarta-Bandung 142 kilometer (km) pada 21 Januari 2016 silam. Proyek ini akan jadi yang pertama di tanah air.
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Following the Air Force's refusal to issue a building permit for the construction of the Jakarta-Bandung HSR terminus which is located on land currently within Halim airbase, KCIC decides to make it underground level that will be the platforms for high speed intercity trains arriving from another three stations along the route, in Karawang, Walini and Tegalluar, near Bandung, all in West Java.
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Jakarta-Bandung high-speed rail project gets all permits

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Beijing -Seven months after ground was broken for Indonesia's first high-speed railway, which is being developed by a China-Indonesia joint venture, the project received a construction permit for its entire length, media reports said Sunday.

Experts said Sunday that construction should be completed within three years as planned, *despite concerns that work might be delayed.

Domestic news portal caixin.com reported on Sunday that the developer of the Jakarta-*Bandung high-speed rail project, PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC), recently received a construction permit that covers the entire 142 kilometers line. The portal cited sources from China Railway Corp (CRC).

KCIC is a consortium consisting of CRC and four Indonesian state-owned companies.

The source told Caixin that work on the line has been progressing as planned, with absolutely no possibility of a halt, and the person noted that the Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia now lists the railway as a high-priority project.

But construction of the railway linking *Jakarta and Bandung, the largest and third-largest cities in Indonesia, has been hindered by licensing woes.

After the ground-breaking ceremony on *January 21, KCIC only had a permit to work on a section of 5 kilometers. By the end of June, the permit covered just 56.8 kilometers, or two-fifths of the entire length of the railway, *according to Caixin.

The Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway, with a maximum designed speed of 350 kilometers per hour, will reduce travel time between the two cities to 40 minutes from more than three hours at present and is planned to be completed in three years, according to the CRC.

Although permits have been slower in coming than expected, KCIC can finish the project within three years, experts said.

"The consortium is capable of finishing the project within 18 months, and it took into consideration that some delays might occur during the construction phase," Wang Mengshu, *academician at the Chinese Academy of *Engineering, told the Global Times on Sunday.

Land acquisition, another factor affecting the progress of the project, should also go smoothly, Xu Liping, a research fellow from the National Institute of International Strategy at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told the Global Times on Sunday.

"The majority of the land the railway will run through belongs to state-owned firms in Indonesia, with private land accounting for only a small part, so land acquisition should be relatively easy," Xu said, noting that the developer must pay close attention to coordination during construction work.

Differences between the national conditions of the two countries and their respective cultures should be observed, Xu said.

"The developer should also work seamlessly with local partners and abide by local laws. It should also formulate emergency action plans, including those covering security. These approaches can help safeguard construction of the railway to make progress according to its agenda," Xu said.

The construction of the railway is expected to create 40,000 jobs a year in Indonesia, according to media reports.

In March, KCIC was granted the right to operate the Jakarta-Bandung railway line for 50 years, starting from May 31, 2019.

The project is set to cost $5.13 billion.
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Currently, fencing accross the jakarta bandung expressway

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