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Old July 11th, 2008, 12:55 PM   #281
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Jogjakarta has implemented BRT systems called Trans Jogja..

The Route


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and BRT will be implemented soon in Solo ( Central Java ), Pekanbaru ( Riau Province ), etc..
I have to say that is a cute bus! And what a lesson to learn...BRT is an effective way to get people used to rapid transit.

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Old July 11th, 2008, 04:06 PM   #282
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thank you to the strong will and determination of both the governors of Jakarta and Yogyakarta for implementing BRT system. this has definitely change the image of public transportation in Indonesian cities... a comfortable public transportation is not impossible to be implemented in Indonesian cities...
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Old August 11th, 2008, 09:01 AM   #283
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INDONESIAN GOVT TO BEAR 42% OF JAKARTA SUBWAY DEVELOPMENT COST

JAKARTA, July 28 Asia Pulse - The central government will bear 42 per cent of the construction cost of the Jakarta subway while the remaining 58 per cent will be shouldered by the Jakarta regional government, Deddy S Priyatna of the National Development Planning Board (Beppenas) said.

He said that the subway which would stretch from Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to Dukuh Atas in central Jakarta, was part of the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transport system, and was to be funded with soft loans from the Japanese government.

Deddy said that the amount of the soft loans had not been decided pending the results of a detail engineering design (DED) whose tender contract was expected to be signed later this month.

"We plan that the design would be finished in two years, or early in 2010 so that by that year the physical construction of the subway would have been started," he said.

Deddy said the government expected the subway to be constructed in 2014 with first phase construction covering the Lebak Bulus - Dukuh Atas section and second phase one covering the Duku Atas - Kota (in West Jakarta) section.

"We basically want to speed up the construction because it takes place in urban areas," he added.
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Old August 29th, 2008, 09:58 AM   #284
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Many cities will start implementing BRT system....the one coming soon is from semarang city, which will start in january 2009.

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Old August 29th, 2008, 10:11 AM   #285
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glad to know that BRT is now being implemented in other cities outside Jakarta....
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Old August 30th, 2008, 08:12 AM   #286
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Have they started construction on the new subway, or was it just another pipe dream?
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Old October 9th, 2008, 12:16 AM   #287
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I really don't mind that the pace is slow.. If it's slow, then it's good, because every "part" of the building would be perfect and accurate...

But Jakarta NEEDS public transportations to replace those nasty cars,

If our gov just realizes this from back then in the 1980s to do this,
Then, this won't be as much of a problem now,
The MRT, the entire thing, would've been finished by around 2005, if it was to be started back then,
And no one would panic..

People just need to be able to plan and have a vision to the future, so then nothing like this could happen,
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Old October 9th, 2008, 10:41 AM   #288
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i thought there were already plans in the 1990s to build the MRT, but it got cancelled because of the 1997 asian financial crisis...

please CMIIW
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Old October 15th, 2008, 08:00 AM   #289
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no news on the Jakarta MRT yet...
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Old October 15th, 2008, 08:01 AM   #290
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Old October 15th, 2008, 10:06 AM   #291
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I have never ridden on a BRT and would like to try one of these days. Most likely when I fly to BKK this coming Christmas!

Anyway, Is The Trans-Jakarta gonna use digital signages sometime in the future?
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Old October 15th, 2008, 11:52 AM   #292
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dunno...

as long as it is functional then it is enough for me...

when will the BKK BRT be operational...?
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Old October 23rd, 2008, 11:01 AM   #293
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Pulomas Shelter - Corridor II

on the way to Harmoni Central Busway




on the way to Pulo Gadung
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Old October 30th, 2008, 01:13 PM   #294
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Corridor IV - Manggarai Shelter

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Old October 31st, 2008, 10:08 AM   #295
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anyone have some details about the bus fleet for example:

*the # of buses
*the bus manufacturers and models
*the # of buses from each manufacturer
*the number of passengers per hour per direction for the various lines
*avg cost per bus

Would appreciate the info if you can find it.

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*not sure about the number of buses available...

*Corridor 1 and uses Hino and Mercedes Benz buses
Corridor 2 and 3 use Daewoo bus
Corridor 4 to 7 uses a mixture of Daewoo and Hyundai
Corridor 5 (some buses) use Changhong articulated buses

*not sure about number of buses from each operators... but it varies...

*not sure about number of passengers per hour

*average costs varies between the operators of different corridors. I think they are paid around 10,000 - 11,000 rupiah (according to current rate should be US$1) each kilometer passed by...
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:: Jakarta MRT ::

Here is the design proposed for interchange station between Jakarta MRT, Monorail, Waterway, Busway, and Airport Rail Link.

This station is located in the heart of Central Jakarta, Jalan Sudirman.



additional information will be added later

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Acen maybe you should translate this section, because there are many viewer from another country, only my opinion...

BTW thanks for posting this!
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New subway executives kick off operations

Tifa Asrianti , The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Wed, 06/18/2008 10:44 AM | City

Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo has appointed an acting director and commissioner for the city-owned subway operator Mt Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta (PT MRTJ).

The newly-appointed acting director is Eddi Santosa, an expert in financial and corporate restructuring, while the former city assistant secretary for development, Nurfakih Wirawan, has been appointed acting commissioner.

The two executives will sit for PR MRTJ for the next four months until a fixed board of directors is formed.

Governor Fauzi Bowo signed the ruling in his office, witnessed by notary Sutjipto, JBIC representative M. Otawa, JICA Expert representative S. Utsubo and director of city-owned market operator PD Pasar Jaya Uthand H. Sitorus.

Fauzi said the city administration involved PD Pasar Jaya as partner in the establishment of the company due to its healthy cash flow.

"Besides, the MRT project will be connected with several traditional markets, such as Blok M, Blok A, Mede Fatmawati, Benhil and Blora. I hope it will make markets under PD Pasar Jaya's management become more modern," he said.

He said the appointed executives would determine Jakarta's public transportation for the next 50 years since the MRT was projected to serve the public in the long term.

"I'm sure MRT will integrate Jakarta's transportation modes."

The new director of PT MRTJ, Eddi Santosa, said he would set up an organizational structure and recruitment system and prepare the second phase of loan agreements in the next four months.

"The second phase of loan agreements between the government and the city administration will take place in June or July 2009," he said.

Sutjipto said both appointed executives would recruit employees to fill vacant posts at the company, using a professional recruitment agency.

"The directors selected from the recruitment process will serve for four years while the commissioner will serve three years," he said.

The basic capital to finance MRT is Rp 200 billion (US$21.5 million), which was divided in 200,000 shares or Rp 1 million for each share. The working capital deposited was 25 percent or 50,000 stocks or worth Rp 50 billion.

Of the Rp 50 billion, 49,500 shares or Rp 49.5 billion are owned by the city administration and 500 shares or Rp 500 million are owned by PD Pasar Jaya.

Fauzi said he hoped his administration could finish the land acquisition in 2009 and continue the construction process in 2010.

"We hope construction can finish in 2012 and the MRT can start operating by 2014," he said.

Fauzi said this year, the administration would acquire land around Lebak Bulus to build a final station and MRT's depot.

Eddi, who was the working team coordinator during MRTJ's formation, said land acquisition would be conducted by the city public works agency and the city transportation agency. The agencies will have Rp 40 billion of the total Rp 160 billion budget to acquire the land this year, he added.

The project's first phase consists of feasibility studies, the establishment of MRT Jakarta and the construction of a 14.3 kilometer line from Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to Dukuh Atas in Central Jakarta. The second phase will be the construction of a line from Dukuh Atas to Kota in West Jakarta.
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