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Old October 7th, 2013, 08:34 PM   #461
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we have a big hope for you guys hehe

Chinese companies are also interested in Bali monorail, i really want to see it happen
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Old October 8th, 2013, 07:50 AM   #462
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MRT Groundbreaking 10 October

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After being postponed for two years, the groundbreaking of Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) construction is finally agreed to be conducted on upcoming October 10. The event will be centered on Jl. Tanjung Karang, Dukuh Atas, and attended by Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo.

After the groundbreaking, he furthered, the construction phase will be continued with civil works in form of slope protection to strengthen ground walls. This phase is simple, but highly essential and needed, especially during the stations’ digging works.

According to Boestami, the groundbreaking works will affect to the smoothness of traffic. Therefore, he asked Jakartans, especially road users, to be patient when passing on Jl. MH Thamrin-Dukuh Atas.
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Old October 8th, 2013, 12:02 PM   #463
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Is there any map showing all the rail and BRT lines in the same map? Would be nice to see one. Add in the planned metro, monorail and such and that map would be very, very interesting to see.

Or maybe a map showing current BRT & rail lines that displays how many passengers per day each part of each line has? Now THAT would be very interesting to see.

/That last one would probably have to be created by some official agency.
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Old October 8th, 2013, 04:53 PM   #464
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Map MRT and Monorail


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Old October 9th, 2013, 02:43 PM   #465
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Long-Awaited Jakarta MRT Project to Break Ground Thursday
4:32 pm October 9, 2013.
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Jakarta’s long-awaited mass-rapid transit system, which aims to reduce the capital’s chronic congestion, will likely cause a traffic mess of its own as construction prepares to officially kick-off on Thursday.
“The Jakarta administration is ready to commence the MRT construction,” Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo said. “My message is for the MRT to be built and concluded as soon as possible.”
But MRT Jakarta president director Dono Boestami said that his company has acknowledged that traffic may get worse in certain areas due to the construction. The company has distributed leaflets to the public and has outlined alternative routes that motorists can use to avoid construction sites.
“We know that construction will take up existing roadways,” he said. “We have undertaken an information campaign so that road users can avoid being stuck in heavy traffic. Over the next 15 days or so, we will continue to inform the public.”
At first, the MRT construction will affect traffic on Jalan Tanjung in Dukuh Atas, Central Jakarta, Dono said.
“We have coordinated with the Jakarta transportation office and the Jakarta Police to help divert traffic,” he said. “We will also install CCTV at all of our construction sites to help drivers. People can check our website and see the situation before using the street.”
A strong retaining wall will be built around the site while workers dig 10 to 15 meters down into the ground to construct the project’s foundation, he said.
Jakarta’s transportation office chief Udar Pristono, meanwhile, claimed some roads will remain unaffected.
“Jalan Fatmawati in South Jakarta, for instance, was widened [two years ago] for the MRT,” he said on Wednesday. “Therefore, vehicle road space there will not be lost.”
The groundbreaking ceremony will take place in Dukuh Atas. The first phase of the MRT is estimated to cost $1.5 billion and span 15.7 kilometers — from Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to the Hotel Indonesia traffic circle in Central Jakarta.
This section will consist of 13 stations, including seven elevated and six underground stations. The MRT is scheduled to begin operation by the end of 2016.

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Old October 10th, 2013, 11:48 AM   #466
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MRT Physical Construction Kicked Off Today

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Jakarta Governor, Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo has finally inaugurated the groundbreaking of the underground of Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project in Dukut Atas, Central Jakarta, Thursday (10/10). The construction is projected to take five years and targeted to be operated in the first quarter of 2018.

In line with MRT construction, his party will issue the system of electronic road pricing (ERP) and even-odd license plate method, high parking tax, and progressive tax. It aims to decrease the growth of the private vehicle in the capital city. By so, congestion may be parsed.

According to him, such project will take a long time. In 2015, tunnel boring machine (TBM) or drilling machine is predicted can drill the soil. Currently, in Dukuh Atas, there have been two heavy equipments for retaining wall.
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Old October 10th, 2013, 11:57 AM   #467
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^ F I N A L L Y !

After all these years of doubt ! .
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Old October 10th, 2013, 10:01 PM   #468
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It's exciting to see all the new monorail systems being built across the world.
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Old October 11th, 2013, 10:16 AM   #469
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Congratulations to Jakarta!!!! With the MRT, its on its way to become a greater city
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Old October 12th, 2013, 02:53 PM   #470
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Indeed can't wait to see the new MRT lines in Jakarta and hope it comes true in the future!!!
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Old October 13th, 2013, 01:55 PM   #471
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Hope it wont get flooded as jakarta floods everytime it rains.
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Old October 16th, 2013, 08:00 AM   #472
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Last Week Groundbreaking MRT, Today Groundbreaking Monorail



Monorail to break ground today

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Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is scheduled to lead the ground-breaking ceremony for the monorail project in Kuningan, South Jakarta, on Wednesday.


Consortium PT Jakarta Monorail spokesman Bovanantoo said on Tuesday that the ceremony would be held on Jl. Setiabudi Utara.
“The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.,” he said.


The consortium is proposing to build two lines: The green line, with 16 stations, will extend 14.27 kilometers from Kuningan to Dukuh Atas and the blue line will stretch 9.72 km from Kampung Melayu in East Jakarta to Roxy in West Jakarta, with 11 stations.

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Setelah minggu kemarin GB MRT, hari ini GB monorail.
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Old October 16th, 2013, 06:09 PM   #473
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Jakarta Breaks Ground on Renewed Monorail Project




3:35 pm October 16, 2013.
http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/news/...orail-project/


Less than a week after he officiated the groundbreaking ceremony for the city’s landmark mass rapid transit system, Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo on Wednesday morning put his construction helmet back on to announce the commencement of Jakarta’s monorail project.
“These [projects] are so that people will have access to many methods of mass transportation,” Joko said at the ground breaking ceremony, held near Tugu 66 in Kuningan, South Jakarta, as quoted by news portal Tempo.co.
“The project was abandoned for five years, so Alhmadulillah [thank God] we can start construction today,” he said. “The mission is to continue, and leave no more abandoned pillars.”
The governor also apologized in advance for heavier-than-usual congestion that, he said, was an unavoidable consequence of the construction necessary to realize the project.
The monorail will be divided into two routes: a green line and a blue line. Today’s groundbreaking marked the start of construction for the green line, which will stretch roughly 15 kilometers and be outfitted with 15 stations connecting Kuningan, Senayan and Dukuh Atas.
Jakarta Monorail and its new parent company, Ortus Holdings, signed agreements with Indonesian telecommunications company Indosat; Germany’s TUV Rheinland Group; Thailand’s Bangkok Mass Transportation System; Singapore’s ST Electronics and SMRT International; and China’s Changchun Railway Vehicles and China Communications Construction Company (CCCC).
CCCC is leading the construction of the project.
Rosa Bonavanto, a spokesman for Jakarta Monorail, said that in addition to building new pillars for the project, the company would also conduct tests on the old pillars to see if they could still be used.
“For the green line, our target is to complete the construction in three years — provided that everything goes smoothly,” Bonavanto said.
He added that once the green line was finished, the company will begin working on the second track. The blue line is planned to span 14 kilometers and connect Kampung Melayu and Tanah Abang.
The project, which was mothballed in 2007 at a cost of around $1.5 billion, is targeted to begin operation by 2016.
Bonavanto said that in order to minimize congestion, the project’s construction would happen from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. The company would also coordinate with the Jakarta Transportation Office to help manage traffic.
Ortus chairman Edward Soeryadjaya said on Wednesday that the groundbreaking marked a historic day for the Indonesian capital.
During its first year of operations, the Monorail is expected to accommodate 274,000 passengers per day.
Joko said that citizens and stakeholders in the project need not worry that the project will be abandoned this time around: he assured Jakartans that he had formed a supervisory team for both the MRT and monorail projects, both of which are under the deputy governor’s spatial planning and environmental office as well as the Jakarta Development Planning board.
“If the project is worked on day and night and the investment is ready, the project will be completed on time,” he said.

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Old October 17th, 2013, 02:42 PM   #474
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JAKARTA - The Japanese government has agreed with Indonesia to conduct next year its first feasibility study on introducing Japan's bullet train technology to the Southeast Asian country, a source privy to the negotiations said Wednesday.
The envisioned study puts Japan a big step ahead of rivals including China and South Korea, and brings it closer to winning the contract, the source said.
Japan has been pushing strongly for its technology and expertise to be applied abroad in making infrastructure more efficient, including by building high-speed railway systems.
The Indonesian railway construction project is worth 50 trillion rupiah (about 450 billion yen), according to the source.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency will conduct a three-year study in connection with Indonesia's plan to build a high-speed railway system on Java Island, and is expected to sign a memorandum with the Indonesian government on Thursday at the earliest, the source said.
The study will look into costs and passenger demand, and ways to secure funding for the roughly 150-kilometer route connecting the Indonesian capital Jakarta to Bandung, the source said.
JICA will likely consider the prospect of operating an additional route from Bandung to Surabaya in eastern Java.
With Indonesia and other Asian nations keen to build high-speed railway links, the business opportunity for Japan is large as the combined potential railway routes will surpass 8,000 km, far larger than Japan's bullet train network covering 2,400 km, industry watchers said.
In 2011, the Indonesian government announced its vision to create a high-speed rail linking Jakarta and Surabaya, a center of commerce, as part of efforts to stimulate the country's economy.
Traveling at a maximum speed of 300 km per hour, the projected rail link would transport people over an estimated 730-km stretch in about three hours.

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Old October 25th, 2013, 02:57 AM   #476
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Amaising only a few yaers ago this station wasnt used and had squaters living there
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Our train services has improved a lot since last year all cramped stations expanded, new trains, no more roof climbing
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Old October 28th, 2013, 04:26 PM   #478
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Old October 29th, 2013, 08:15 AM   #479
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The government are currently expanding, upgrading, and overhauling railway system in Indonesia. There are 2 main railway line on the Island of Java. Northern line and Southern line. The 700 km Northern line is being double tracked and the completion is expected in late 2013. However, it doesn't mean that the much longer Southern line is yet to be double tracked. The Southern line is partially double track. The Kutoarjo-Solo section had been double tracked earlier and the double tracking for the rest of the South line is expected to be completed in 2016.

For me, the good news is govt. had made such masterplan for railways in Jabodetabek metropolitan area. The electrified commuter rail network will be expanded from the current 170,9 km to 890 km in 2030

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Didnt the original construction for the monorail start in 1996? I was in jakarta then and i think can remember they started the construction of the piers but obviously it was abandoned..... And then restarted somewhere in 2004/5?

It is great to see it finally underway...
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