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Old October 29th, 2013, 07:49 PM   #481
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Yeah the financial crisis push its project... because Indonesia was seriously hit during the crisis, with all the riots and everything.... then the Bali and Jakarta bombing came.... and the fact that we have sh*ty governor last time..... so the project was posponed couple of times. But it finally kicked off again
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Old November 1st, 2013, 05:51 PM   #482
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Jakarta KRL Jabodetabek stations after this year's major revampation:

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Old November 3rd, 2013, 07:18 PM   #483
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How many carriages are those emu's. good to see jakarta adding capacity. In manila they got second hand japanese emu's but they are pulled by a diesel loco...
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Old November 4th, 2013, 04:43 PM   #484
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How many carriages are those emu's.
It appears the standard is eight carriages.
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Old November 4th, 2013, 05:03 PM   #485
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New JR 205 trains (ex-Saikyo Line) for KRL Jabodetabek arrived in Tanjung Priok Port after 2 weeks of shipment from Japan.

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Old November 4th, 2013, 09:39 PM   #486
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How many carriages are those emu's. good to see jakarta adding capacity. In manila they got second hand japanese emu's but they are pulled by a diesel loco...
The standard is eight carriages per set. But it would be ten carriages starting from 2014. Most of the KRL Jabodetabek stations' platform had been extended to accomodate 10 carriages train set.
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Old November 5th, 2013, 12:41 PM   #487
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New JR 205 trains (ex-Saikyo Line) for KRL Jabodetabek arrived in Tanjung Priok Port after 2 weeks of shipment from Japan.
Are the trains use 1067mm gauge?

A former Malaysian Minister once said he secured used metro trains from Japan,until now no news .
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Old November 5th, 2013, 01:45 PM   #488
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Are the trains use 1067mm gauge?

A former Malaysian Minister once said he secured used metro trains from Japan,until now no news .
Yes, it uses 1067 mm gauge. As far as I know, most of Japanese railway track uses 1067 mm gauge. In fact, that's one of reasons why we opt for used Japanese EMUs

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Old November 7th, 2013, 04:40 AM   #489
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Old November 9th, 2013, 03:57 PM   #490
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The construction of Double-double track (Quad Track) from Manggarai to Cikarang progress:



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Note: the green lines on the map are Jabodetabek Commuter Rail Network



The concrete poles for overhead wires is ready:



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Source: Dimas Bilal @semboyan35.com





The lines are Quad-tracked because the line is also serving both intercity and freight trains from the eastern part of Java, causing frequent delay to the commuter train service. The quad-track railway will ensure that commuter trains have its own dedicated railway line, separated from both intercity and freight trains.



The government have said that if this line is going to be congested again in the near future, it will be hexa-tracked or even octo-tracked

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Old November 9th, 2013, 11:31 PM   #491
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Quad tracks, now you're getting a real rail network
/Stockholm is only now getting quad through-tracks. Only took 140 years from the double through-tracks.

If they're also keeping the planning such that there's room for 6 or even 8 tracks, then I'm impressed by the planning department.
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Old November 12th, 2013, 07:55 AM   #492
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Quad tracks, now you're getting a real rail network
/Stockholm is only now getting quad through-tracks. Only took 140 years from the double through-tracks.

If they're also keeping the planning such that there's room for 6 or even 8 tracks, then I'm impressed by the planning department.
I agree. It's important that though only a small percentage of commuters use railways, the trains are almost always overcrowded. Also, it's important to get the entire network in Indonesia double-tracked because this will considerably decrease the number of delays and to maximize the amount of freight and passengers being transported in a smaller period of time.
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Old November 18th, 2013, 06:33 PM   #494
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JAKARTA ECO MONORAIL




The Jakarta Monorail
is a planned 29 km (18 mi) two-line monorail system in Jakarta, Indonesia that is under construction and will open in 2016.
The project was revived in February 2013 after earlier construction had started in 2004 but was abandoned in 2008 due to financial problems
and legal disputes. The project is being developed by a private corporation, PT Jakarta Monorail.
In June 2013 Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo signed an agreement with the consortium to allow the project to proceed.
Groundbreaking has been done on October 16, 2013 and
the Greenline is predicted to open in 2016 to accommodate 300,000 passengers per day and the Blueline is predicted to open in 2017.

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The two lines planned are the Green line, a 14.27 kilometres (8.87 miles) loop (16 stations), running in South Jakarta (with major interchanges at Sudirman Dukuh Atas, Casablanca and Gelora Bung Karno) and the Blue line, 14.72 kilometres (9.15 miles) (11 stations), from Kampung Melayu in East Jakarta to Tanah Abang in West Jakarta.

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(jalur di tengah)
pros
  1. tidak memakan area pejalan kaki
  2. tidak membutuhkan pembebasan lahan

cons
  1. tangga untuk mengakses stasiun lebih dari 20 m tingginya
  2. konstruksi tiang jalur monorail tidak efisien dan mahal
  3. jalur yang sangat tinggi rentan terhadap ancaman gempa
  4. konstruksi pondasi dapat mengancam utilitas vital kota (pipa air)
  5. apabila posisi stasiun terlalu rendah akan dapat mengganggu kendaraan yang melintas di JLNT. maka harus tinggi sekali (semakin tidak efisien)
  6. taman median menjadi gelap (tumbuhannya berpotensi mati)
  7. mahal


Skema ini cuma melihat jalur yang ada di jalan satrio. Akan lebih banyak pembahasannya pada jalur yang melintas di atas terowongan casablanca dan di atas jalan sudirman.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 02:50 PM   #495
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I think it is better if the monorail was built as a (segregated) tram/light rail line instead. Much cheaper and easier access. With the money saved more lines can be built as well.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 10:14 PM   #496
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But trams in road-traffic are slow. monorail is fully segregated from it, hence faster.
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Old November 20th, 2013, 03:03 PM   #497
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You can segregate the tram lines by having its own dedicated lane (just like Transjakarta) and also that at every intersection there should be traffic lights to stop motor vehicles and have priority for the trams to cross. This should've been done to the Transjakarta as well, since right now once it is at an intersection or a busy junction, the buses don't have priority and have to mix in with other traffic.

I would also suggest that the Transjakarta bus lines should be converted into tram lines, and cover the tracks with grass to stop motor vehicles using the lanes. Trams have a much higher capacity than buses, and it can connect with the railway as well (assuming it is using the same gauge and electrification system), unlike the monorail.

More tram lines would help improve the traffic conditions as well. Do any of you know of any new lines that should be made in Jakarta?
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Old November 20th, 2013, 03:21 PM   #498
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Once our governor Joko Widodo said that he's planning to replace some of the current TransJakarta BRT lanes into a rail-based transport system. But rather choosing tramways, he prefers to use Railbuses..

Until today, I still confused why does Soekarno deactivated Jakarta's tramway system in the 1960s.

+ Here's the system in 1930s, the tram extends from the Kota in the north to Meester Cornelis (Jatinegara) in the Southeastern parts of the city at that time


And here's the one of the trams
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Old December 1st, 2013, 11:47 AM   #499
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Few images of Jakarta KRL Jabodetabek stations and trains:

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