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Old May 11th, 2013, 12:57 AM   #441
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The trains look quite large. They have flat floors, similar to the Hitachi trains.









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Old May 11th, 2013, 05:51 AM   #442
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nice

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Few weeks before I watched PR from TJ on ChannelNewsAsia talk about Un-standart service like paper ticket, old busses, obsolate shelter, then the headway for peak hour..

Now they're trying to use Smartcard or e-money right? and trial only for Line1 or all Line??
Yup..they are using prepaid card from banks..now it is only for corridor 1
Anybody knows when it will be used in another corridor?

How to use the e-money when departing from Harmoni Central? Since there are other corridors serving that shelter.
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Old May 26th, 2013, 01:05 PM   #443
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Jakarta MRT has already started the pre-construction soil investigation process

Jakarta MRT Soil Investigation Updates

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Old June 8th, 2013, 03:30 AM   #444
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PT. Jakarta Monorail's rolling stock from China has arrived in Jakarta, scheduled to be on public display in the National Monument Square this weekend.

The rolling stock is the same as the Chongqing one, I believe.

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Td pagi pas lewat lapangan banteng, eh ketemu monorail yg mau dipamerin di monas. Moga2 cepat terealisasi meskipun made in china. Agak2 buram ya. Moto nya sambil di marah2in petugas disuruh jalan

Jd bukan gosip. Moga2 cepet di realisasikan



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Old June 9th, 2013, 05:57 AM   #445
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PT. Jakarta Monorail's rolling stock from China has arrived in Jakarta, scheduled to be on public display in the National Monument Square this weekend.

The rolling stock is the same as the Chongqing one, I believe.
good to see the rolling stock have arrives in Jakarta so just wait for the construction stage
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Old July 1st, 2013, 05:10 AM   #446
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News from The Straits Times yesterday.


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Old July 3rd, 2013, 07:23 PM   #447
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Old July 10th, 2013, 03:23 PM   #448
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wait go up again, this year there has been major improvement to all the station of Jakarta, lots of street vendor shop are being demolished in order to provide space for more passenger, and as well introducing the e-ticketing system! we're kinda late but its an improvement! due to the rise of oil price, estimated 700000 people would commute the train from 500000 daily so the company decided to improve all facilities of the station and provide more gates for the qewing guest...



and as well providing more space for parkings


and great news! they're buying 100 new train, and they are no longer gonna accomodate the economic train, which is too old and always cramped with climbing passenger!

KAI Buy 100 Locomotives for Passenger Trains
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TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA - PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) has ordered 100 new locomotives made in the USA and Germany. Locomotive is expected to arrive in stages until the end of 2014.
Director Sarana PT Kereta Api Indonesia, said Rono Pradipto, PT KAI since last year has been ordered 100 locomotives with 206 types of GE plants in the United States. "The investment value of the locomotive cost Rp 24 billion," Rono said in his statement.
He mentioned, of which only 50 locomotives that have been successfully delivered to Indonesia. He added that once the locomotive came to Indonesia, PT KAI directly perform various tests related to quality of goods, such as static test, load test, dynamic test and test tactical. With so locomotives were purchased in accordance with the order of PT KAI.
He explained that of the 50 locomotives that come, the PT KAI has carried out tests on 37 locomotive units, while the remaining tests are still ongoing. One last test is to be conducted operational tests, which test the ability of the locomotive to be used in rugged terrain such as steep inclines or slopes. "All forms of natural conditions so that later we tried completely unreliable," he said.
After all the testing can be completed, further Rono, it will ask the ministry of Transportation to issue a certification of the newly purchased locomotives. PT KAI hopes the Ministry of Transportation is also moving quickly so that all the locomotives that have passed the test could soon be certified. "When can we calm sertifkasinya already, because it can support Lebaran," he added.
He explained that, in addition to buy 100 locomotives for passenger trains, PT KAI has also bought 44 locomotives type 205 from Germany. This type of locomotive is used to transport more goods. This locomotive was brought in tens and ready to operate to transport coal in Sumatra. He said he refused to call a total investment of PT KAI to buy hundreds of locomotives.
Rono said the Lebaran this year the institute operates a string of train 179, consisting of 139 regular chain of existing trains and 40 trains a string of additional. Rangakain number of trains operated on this year, an increase over last year's Lebaran operated only 166 series trains. "We realize that rail transport is increasingly becoming the people's choice," he explained.
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Old July 10th, 2013, 04:52 PM   #449
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What is the type 205 locomotive from germany?
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Old July 10th, 2013, 06:15 PM   #450
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Jakarta needs a subway!!!! xdxd
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Old July 10th, 2013, 06:47 PM   #451
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What is the type 205 locomotive from germany?
yup it is! and 206 as well! the old ones are gonna be scrap metal and we don't like it so much cuz its being climbed on.. there are effort to stop it but its just so hard..
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yes and the drill machine will arrive in october, they already moved few bus station and demolish few buildings for it
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Old July 10th, 2013, 07:44 PM   #452
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The news your talkin' is about intercity trains, not commuter trains alike KRL Jabodetabek
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For the KRL Jabodetabek Commuter Train news:

Train commuters up by 30 percent

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A week after the implementation of electronic ticketing and reduced fares, the number of rail passengers in the Greater Jakarta area has risen by 30 percent, prompting the state-owned commuter line operator PT Kereta Commuter Jakarta (PT KCJ) to increase rolling stock this year.

“Previously, about 300,000 passengers took our trains every day. After we applied the distance-based fares system, the number has increased to about 390,000 passengers a day,” the director of PT KCJ’s Commercial and Public Relations division, Makmur Syaheran, said in a press conference on Sunday.

PT KCJ started applying the electronic ticketing system with progressive fares on Monday in the hope that more white-collar workers and executives, who usually drove to their workplace, would switch to commuter trains .

In the new scheme, passengers have to pay Rp 2,000 (20 US cents) for the first five stations and Rp 500 for every three stations thereafter.

“At first, we expected an increase in the number of passengers of only 10 percent. We really had no idea that we would attract so many more new passengers,” he said.

He said that most KCJ passengers came from the middle and upper income brackets..

“I think this is because the trains are relatively clean, comfortable and suit their schedules” he said.

Head of KCJ’s public relations Sukendar Mulya said the company planned to add more stations in response to the increased demand.

He admitted many passengers had complained about the lack of ticketing officers and train cars, which caused them long queues for tickets at stations.

“To deal with this, we will introduce 10 new train cars in Bogor, West Java, in early August to cater to the increasing passengers. We plan to add a total of 170 new cars by 2014,” said Sukendar.

However, he said that the company had no plan to run special cars for passengers from the middle and upper classes despite their increasing number. “We have no plans for that, right now we are concentrating on improving our service,” he said.

Institute of Transportation Studies director Darmaningtyas said that the number of commuter trains should be increased in anticipation of a rising number of passengers in the future.

“Greater Jakarta residents will no longer have the energy to deal with traffic snarls every day and will switch to commuter trains which are cheap and on time with their schedule,” he said.

He believed that running cheap, comfortable and air-conditioned commuter trains would reduce the number of private cars and motorcycles entering Jakarta from surrounding areas and simultaneously help ease the daily traffic congestion.
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apology for my mistake got it mixed up
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Old July 12th, 2013, 07:02 PM   #455
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good job guys, did anyone has some pictures of depok train dipo ??? i would love to see that
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KAI to revamp Tanah Abang
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The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Jakarta | Wed, July 17 2013, 6:01 AM

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State-owned train operator PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) plans to revamp Tanah Abang station in Central Jakarta due to an increasing number of passengers.

KAI spokesperson for the Greater Jakarta operation area, Sukendar Mulya, said in a press release on Tuesday that the station could not accommodate the amount of commuters that had increased from 22,000 people per day to 39,000 people per day since cheaper fares were imposed on July 1.

Sukendar said the renovation, hopefully carried out at the end of July, was essential as the waiting rooms in the station were too narrow for adequate passenger flow. "It is time to widen the platform and the waiting rooms so the passengers can be more comfortable," he said.

Sukendar said that during the renovation, local trains from the western part of Jakarta, for example those serving the Jakarta-Merak and Jakarta-Rangkas Bitung routes, would not stop at the Palmerah, Duri and Angke stations in West Jakarta, instead of at the Tanah Abang station.
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Old October 6th, 2013, 08:19 PM   #459
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Witnessed by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Chinese President Xi Jinping, Jakarta-based PT Jakarta Monorail (JM) and China Communications Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC) on Thursday signed an agreement for the funding, design and construction of the monorail project.

The CCCC agreed to invest US$1.5 billion in the monorail project as well as funding the construction of a monorail assembly plant in Indonesia.

The joint venture will involve CCCC in designing and building the monorail as well as developing an integrated transit system. Furthermore, JM and CCCC will build a plant for the maintenance and
assembly of the monorail cars, some of which will be imported from China.

more : http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...l-project.html

Wijaya Karya Wins Bid for Jakarta MRT Elevated Sections

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State-owned construction firm Wijaya Karya (Wika) on Wednesday said it had won a bid to construct a section of the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit System railway connecting Lebak Bulus and Cipete in South Jakarta.

Wika says it won the bid through the Tokyo-Wika consortium, and that the project consists of two work packages called CP101 and CP102, the company said in a press statement on Wednesday, according to Indonesian news portal antaranews.com.

CP101 includes the construction of a 1.2-kilometer elevated railway, an elevated station and a depot. The package costs a total of $149.75 million.
CP102, meanwhile, is worth $102.14 million, and will cover the construction of a 4.7-kilometer elevated railway and two elevated stations.

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