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Old February 8th, 2017, 01:04 AM   #121
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it is what we wait for a long time, now we can enjoy fast speen transportation, but unfortunately it was develop in jakarta and bandung, i think it would be better if jalan raya lintas sumatra also have this kind of transportation and also can cross through selat sunda and connected to jakarta, it will be a mega project
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2019, Indonesia's Modern Transportation Transformation Year



Before (2008)


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Mega Projects that is under construction in this area:
  • Jakarta-Cikampek II Elevated Toll Road
  • Jabodetabek LRT
  • Jakarta-Bandung HSR



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PLAYA VISTA, Calif., March 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) announced today the signing of an agreement for a feasibility study with a contract value of 2.5 Million USD with private investors. This agreement marks the immediate exploration of the feasibility for a Hyperloop™ system for Indonesia with an initial focus on Jakarta, and a full exploration of Hyperloop transportation connecting Java and Sumatra.

This is the first Hyperloop™ agreement in Southeast Asia. In the past year HTT has made multiple historic deals and is currently working directly with regulators and governments including:
  • Development of a route from Bratislava, Slovakia to Brno, Czech Republic.
  • A research and development center in Toulouse, France.
  • Development of a route connecting Abu Dhabi to Al Ain under the patronage of HH Sheikh Falah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
A multitude of similar government agreements is expected this year as HTT continues to create private public partnerships to develop route studies and the necessary regulatory framework for the Hyperloop™ systems worldwide.

With a population of over 260 million, Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world. The city of Jakarta, with a population of over 10 million people, faces some of the worst traffic in the world with a commonplace daily four hour commute. An estimated 70% of the air pollution comes from vehicles. A Hyperloop™ system would go to great lengths to help solve these issues. For example, a Hyperloop™ route from Jakarta to Yogyakarta would take approximately 25 minutes, compared to nearly 10 hours via automobile. Jakarta to neighboring Bandung would take 9 minutes, versus the current 2.5 hours, and a Hyperloop™ connecting Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport to the Jakarta city center would take 5 minutes, compared to 30 minutes.

"Indonesia, and Jakarta in particular, is one of the most densely populated areas in the world," said HTT Chairman, Bibop Gresta. "With traffic and congestion being such a big issue there, the Hyperloop will be a welcome transformation for the region."

"The Hyperloop will affect the full spectrum of life, from business to quality of life to sustainability," said Dwi Putranto Sulaksono, Founder of The Dwiyuna Jaya Foundation, the local partner. "We are happy to create this partnership with HTT which will create a positive impact for Indonesia."

"We have been in negotiations directly with a wide multitude of governments around the world for over two years now," said Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of HTT. "Now that we are ready to build our first system, developing the necessary regulatory framework is the most important step."

About HTT

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Inc. (HTT) was founded in November, 2013, birthed of JumpStartFund—a unique crowdfunding and crowdsourcing incubator platform that uses collective knowledge and assets to make ideas like Hyperloop™ a reality. HTT is a collaborative organization built within the egalitarian ecosystem of a company that values every one of its contributors—both individual and entity. Collaborations with groups such as Atkins, Leybold Corporation, and Deutsche Bahn have resulted in tremendous advancement of the Hyperloop™ transportation system, setting the stage for commitments to installations in Quay Valley, California, Slovakia, Toulouse, Brno, Czech Republic, and Abu Dhabi in partnership with the Sheikh. More agreements are set to be formally announced during 2017.

HTT has an exclusive agreement with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for use their passive magnetic levitation system as the core of low-cost, safety-conscious construction and design in the Hyperloop™. The company is partnered with more than 600 professional team members who provide the company with engineering, physics, legal, human resources, media relations, logistics, and construction talent to fuel a company that is uniquely collaborative and talent-laden. In support of these endeavors and the global team, HTT announced the surpassing of $100 million in investments in December of 2016.




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Interesting, it would even be faster than by plane for Yogya, but I would say first things first. It is still very deep in the development phase and infrastructure would not only be very costly but also, we all know about the average income in Indonesia, the land aquisition and other (legal) hurdles, no TTP will ever solve that for Musk. I should however read more details about the capacity of the system (which should be (tens of) thousands an hour on Java), while also for its flexibility concerning local and long-distance traffic, it's sustainability towards the shaking (earthquakes), muddy and lava-prone ground and...

If it could be built in sea safely with less the costs compared to a conventional railway line, maybe it's an option for all these islands... when they had the money Norway has for every small village to build a tunnel, only then the Nusantara might be better of with hyperloops compared to air travel. With the exceptions of more remote islands where rail is still unheard of, like Sumbawa, Flores and most of all Papua. Or use it for either passengers or cargo when the railways get clogged with the other. I'm still skeptical.

However, a small test traject would be a very good start. Let some students do research to it elaborating and innovating and finally Indonesia may really finally get away from the bottom list of scientific research!
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I couldn't agree more!

Bear in mind we're still far away from having a working hyperloop prototype. Completing the design of Elon Musk's Hyperloop is an extremely difficult engineering task that would require the skills of some of the world's best engineers. This task is beyond the resources of the major tech and aerospace companies that have studied Musk's proposal.

HTT is a startup. It does not have funding yet. It does not pay the people contributing to Hyperloop. There is no relationship between HTT and Elon Musk. If HTT is funded with the required amount of money it might be able to complete the Hyperloop design. More money will be needed to build a prototype, and a lot more money to build the first functional Hyperloop. It might need more than $100,000,000,000.00 to get this done, and there are no guarantees.

I don't know.. honestly this Hyperloop technology still sounds like science fiction for me.. I will take it with a large grain of salt.
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Wow..keren banget teknology hyperloop.

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Ini versi bahasa indonesia nya. Transportasi Canggih Hyperloop, Jarak Jakarta-Jogja hanya 25 Menit http://kom.ps/AFwBeu
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Japan selected as partner for Jakarta-Surabaya railway project
Jakarta | Mon, March 27, 2017 | 12:41 pm



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The government has finally decided to select Japan as its partner in the revitalization of the railway connecting Jakarta and Surabaya, East Java.

"We have decided that we will use [the scheme] with Japan," Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said as quoted by kontan.co.id on Sunday, adding that the preliminary feasibility study for the project was slated to start in May.

"There will be joint study with Japan and we hope that [the construction] will finish in the fourth quarter of 2019," Luhut said.

Office of the Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister deputy of infrastructure coordination Ridwan Djamaludin said the government would consider two schemes for the construction: eradicating level grade crossings or constructing elevated railways. There are around 988 level grade crossings between the two cities.

“It could also be combination of the two, depending on conditions on the ground," he said.

The project aims to increase the speed of the rail connecting the two cities, from around 90 kilometers per hour to 160 kilometers per hour.

The government is also still considering the technology that will power the trains: diesel, which will cost Rp 30 trillion (US$2.2 billion), or electricity with its Rp 80 trillion price tag.

Japan previously lost to China the high-speed railway connecting Jakarta and Bandung, West Java. (far/bbn)
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...y-project.html

China to get rolling on stalled Indonesian high-speed rail line
Chinese bank expected to release funds for project after delays in government clearances and local resistance to the route

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China is expected to get moving “soon” on construction of Indonesia’s beleaguered high-speed rail project, a landmark venture for both countries.

China Development Bank could disburse pre-agreed loans for the 142km Jakarta-Bandung rail line as early as the end of this month, according to sources.

The project has been stalled for over a year amid delays in government clearances and local resistance to the route, but if it does go ahead, it will be a milestone in Beijing’s ambitions to export its high-speed rail technology around the world.

“The project is now moving forward positively,” Soegeng Rahardjo, Indonesia’s ambassador to Beijing, said on Tuesday.

Indonesian State-owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarno also said on Tuesday the CDB funding would be in place as soon as the plan for the route was signed by Indonesian President Joko Widodo.

The route plan had already been given approved by the ministers involved and submitted to the Cabinet Secretariat.

“[The CDB] are still waiting for the ... plan, and if that’s done then there is no problem,” she said.

CDB has committed to cover around 75 per cent of the project’s US$5.2 billion cost, but reportedly under the condition that all of the land be acquired before disbursing the loans. Rini said CDB was not withholding funds for the land. “So far they have already put in Rp 500 billion (HK$291 million),” she said.

Zhang Mingliang, a Southeast Asian affairs analyst at Jinan University, said it would be a big step forward to have the funding in place but there could be more obstacles on the way to the 2018 completion deadline and the 2019 target to have the line running.

China is keen to export its high-speed rail technology and has made it a key element of its “One Belt, One Road” initiative to revive trade from Asia to Europe.

It’s made its biggest progress on the Indonesian project to connect Halim in East Jakarta to Tegalluar in Bandung, West Java, fending off Japan in 2015 to win the bid to build and operate the line. If realised, it would be the first time another country has fully adopted Chinese high-speed rail standards, from train carriages to operating systems.

Xu Liping, a specialist in Southeast Asian studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said countries in the region had less experience of and trust in the Chinese technology compared to that from the West and Japan.

To secure the deal, China offered the Indonesian government breaks on financing. Under the agreement, China Railway International will be in charge of 70 per cent of the construction work, while Indonesian state companies will handle the rest of the line.

Ground was broken on the line in January last year but the project was halted soon after it started due to objections from provincial representatives on the route.

Why does Indonesia cling to its plagued Chinese infrastructure projects?

Progress has been held back since then as the developer Kereta Cepat Indonesia China has sought acquire land and clearance from disparate government departments

KCIC is a joint venture between China Railway International and an Indonesian consortium of four state-owned firms, with the Chinese holding 40 per cent of the shares.

“China was too hasty to set up a model project in Southeast Asia and for ‘One Belt One Road’ ... and underestimated its difficulties,” Zhang said. “Even after the start of the actual construction work, political, economic, environmental, religious and labour issues could all well stumble this project in the future.”
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Another article on the Jakarta-Bandung HSR line:
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Land, finance and security issues have dogged the much ballyhooed Rp68 trillion (US$5.1 billion) Jakarta-Bandung high-speed rail project, Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s signature infrastructure undertaking. His government, keen to bridge a yawning infrastructure gap, awarded the contract to Chinese developers two years ago.

Construction was meant to have begun last year, with an ambitious completion date set for 2019. But the joint venture between China Railway International and a consortium of four Indonesian state-owned enterprises has yet to leave the station.

Asked recently what had happened to the project, a coordinating ministry official laughed, telling Asia Times: “It was a joke, but it was early in [Widodo’s] presidency and Rini (State Enterprise Minister Rini Soemarno) was so convincing.”
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The Asean’s Largest International Trade Show for Automotive Industry | Jakarta, Indonesia



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The Asean’s Largest International Trade Show for Automotive Industry

INAPA 2017 – The 9th Indonesia International Auto Parts, Accessories & Equip Exhibition 2017
www.inapa-exhibition.net

IIBT – The 8th Indonesia International Bus, Truck & Heavy Duty Vehicle & Equipment Exhibition 2017
www.iibt-exhibition.net

INABIKE – The 7th Indonesia International Bike, Parts and Accessories Exhibition 2017
www.inabike.net

CON-MINE – The 7th Indonesia International Construction & Mining Machinery, Equipment, Vehicle, Services and Technology Exhibition 2017
www.con-mine.net

Tyre & Rubber – The 6th Indonesia International Tyre and Rubber Industry Exhibition 2017
www.tyre-indonesia.net

INAFASTERNER – The Indonesia International Fasterner and Fixing Technology Exhibition 2017
www.inafasterner-exhibition.net

Hardware Auto Tools – The Premier Indonesia International Hardware & Auto Tools Exhibition 2017
www.hardware-indonesia.net
http://www.whatsnewjakarta.com/event...ustry-in-2017/

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Atkins to Create Transit Oriented Masterplan for Indonesia’s First High Speed Rail Corridor.

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Looking at gedebage masterplan. The stasion will be located north east of tegalluar. The TOD will be in tegal sumedang.
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Contract on building high-speed train project signed in Indonesia
Source: Xinhua 2017-04-05 01:36:10



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JAKARTA, April 4 (Xinhua) -- A consortium of Chinese and Indonesian firms on Tuesday signed a contract with KCIC, a firm tasked with monitoring the high-speed train project linking Jakarta to Bandung, unveiling the construction phase of the project.

The Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract was signed in the premises of Indonesia's state-run construction firm Wijaya Karya (Wika) here on Tuesday afternoon.

The 142-km-long railway project is the first of such in Indonesia as well as the first in the whole region of Southeast Asia.

It is expected to be built in three years and the high speed train could reach a speed of 350 kilometers per hour.

The train would make passengers experience shortened traveling time of around half an hour between the two cities, spurring economic activities along the line.

On behalf of firms of the consortium, Project Director of High Speed Railway Contract Consortium (HSRCC) Xiao Songxin said that through good cooperation and communication, the project can be finished in 2019 as scheduled.

"We will work hard to attain the best quality standards for the Jakarta-Bandung high speed railway train project," he said.

KCIC President Director Hanggoro Budi Wiryawan said that the firm has settled most of the lingering problems, including the official permits and form of enterprises to run the first project of high speed train in the country.

Hanggoro was also optimistic about negotiations with China Development Bank (CDB) over 4.7 billion U.S. dollars of fund to partly finance the project.

The signing of the contract was witnessed by Chinese Ambassador to Indonesia Xie Feng and Indonesia's Presidential Chief of Staff Teten Masduki.

Ambassador Xie believes that with full support of the Chinese and the Indonesian governments and hard work of contractors, the project can be settled on scheduled time.

Hailing the signing of the contract, Masduki said that the project would lead to a breakthrough in Indonesia's national train transport system.

"This project would become the cornerstone for Indonesia's train modernization," he said.
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CRRC trains

Since China can already say that it has sold TAV abroad, apart from the 9 CRH380A that it sold to Hong Kong and that continue waiting for that they finish the tunnel.

CRRC to supply Indonesian high-speed trains.
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A contract worth around Yuan 2.51bn ($US 364.5m) has been awarded to CRRC Qingdao Sifang for a fleet of 11 eight-car trains with a design speed of 350km/h to operate on the 142.3km Jakarta - Bandung high-speed line which is due to open in 2019.
Kereta Cepat Indonesia-China (KCIC) joint venture. On the same day, the High Speed Railway Contract Consortium (HSRCC) signed a 50-year design-build-maintain-operate concession with KCIC.

The $US 5.5bn project is being financed 75% by China Development Bank, with the KCIC organising the remaining 25%.

The new line will reduce the journey time between Jakarta and Bandung to around 40 minutes, compared with around three hours on the existing 173km 1067mm-gauge line.
Each 4M 4R train costs 31.20 M € (including 8/10 years maintenance?), by the factory I imagine will be the CRH350A, one of the two new (2016) standard trains.
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one of the fastest trains on iron rails in the world! It keeps amazing me. The urge is big for a reason of course.
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CRRC Sifang signs deal with Indonesia
Beijing | Thu, April 27, 2017 | 10:11 pm



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CRRC Sifang Co Ltd, a subsidiary of China's rail giant China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation, will provide 11 eight-unit trains for the rail project linking Jakarta to Bandung in Indonesia, the company announced on its website on Wednesday.

CRRC has not disclosed the deal value, however, according to Chinese news portal Sina.com, the value was 2.51 billion yuan ($364 million).

The deal is part of an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract signed on April 4 between a consortium of Chinese and Indonesian firms and KCIC, a firm tasked with monitoring the high-speed train project and unveiling the construction phase of the project.

The 142-km-long railway project, expected to be built in three years, could cut the travel time between these two cities from several hours to half an hour.

CRRC also signed a $191 million contract with Malaysian authorities on March 11, promising to build 22 multiple units for the latter. The purchase marks the company's first successful attempt to localize its manufacturing and management in Malaysia, which signifies great progress for China's future rail exports.
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Chinise largest pile machinery manufacturer Sunward won the contract for Jkt-Bdg HSR construction
Jakarta | Sat, April 29, 2017 | 10:11 am

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  • Deputy Secretary-General of China Construction Machinery Association, said that 20t rotary drilling rig, large-tonnage compact machinery and 40t gantry crane are mainly purchased equipments for Jakarta-Bandung railway construction.
  • SUNWARD products are known for their high efficient and high quality equipments and are widely used in HSR construction for their qualification. it become the first choice for HSR construction in China.

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KCIC to sign contract for financial closing in Beijing this week
Jakarta | Wed, Mei 10, 2017 | 10:11 am

http://industri.bisnis.com/read/2017...g-minggu-depan



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  • KCIC and China Development Bank to sign financial closing contract this week during One Belt One Road Summit in Beijing (14-15 Mei).
  • In that contract, KCIC expects China Development Bank to disburse a $4.1 billion loan, providing crucial financing required to continue construction of the archipelago's first high-speed railway.
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The land [acquisition permit] has progressed to 85 percent
  • Nearly 70 properties in Gadobangkong village, West Java district have been demolished last week to make way for Jkt-Bdg HSR.

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Pembongkaran proyek kereta di Desa Gadobangkong (Foto: Dok. PT KAI Daop 2)

PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) Daerah Operasi (Daop) 2 Bandung melaksanakan penertiban aset berupa pembongkaran sejumlah bangunan di Desa Gadobangkong Km 143+800 hingga Km 144+300, Kabupaten Bandung Barat, Kamis (4/5). Pembongkaran dilakukan terkait pembangunan proyek Kereta Cepat Jakarta-Bandung.
Manager Humas KAI Dapo 2, Joni Martinus, mengatakan penertiban kali ini difokuskan pada perapihan dan pembongkaran sebanyak 69 bangunan. Lahan di atas bangunan tersebut masuk trase yang akan dilewati kereta cepat.


Pembongkaran proyek kereta di Desa Gadobangkong (Foto: Dok. PT KAI Daop 2)

"Masih ada 3 bangunan yang utuh dan 66 bangunan telah dibongkar sendiri oleh pemiliknya, kita menargetkan selesai hari ini ” kata Joni.
Di Wilayah Gadobangkong, ada 124 kepala keluarga yang terkena dampak pembangunan kereta cepat. Sementara 55 bangunan lainnya akan dilakukan pembongkaran dalam waktu dekat.


Pembongkaran proyek kereta di Desa Gadobangkong (Foto: Dok. PT KAI Daop 2)

Penertiban melibatkan aparat dari TNI, Polri, Pol PP dan pegawai internal PT KAI Daop 2 dengan jumlah total sebanyak 480 orang. “Ada juga satu unit eskavator untuk mempercepat proses penertiban ini,” kata Joni.
Proyek kereta cepat Jakarta-Bandung dengan jalur sepanjang 142 kilometer tersebut melewati beberapa wilayah termasuk aset PT KAI (Persero) di wilayah Daop 2 Bandung. Daop 2 akan melakukan sosialisasi dan penertiban lahan PT KAI yang masuk pada trase pembangunan jalur kereta cepat tersebut.

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