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Old January 11th, 2015, 05:02 AM   #561
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how many mrt stations?
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Old January 15th, 2015, 12:24 AM   #562
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for the first phase of North-South line there will be 13 stations. 8 more stations to Kampung Bandan will be constructed in the second phase.
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Old January 18th, 2015, 01:12 PM   #563
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An interesting YouTube video about how the Jakarta MRT's underground stations are being constructed. Apparently, they're gonna be using a top-down method to construct the underground stations. This was posted at the Jakarta MRT thread of the local Indonesian forum.
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Old January 23rd, 2015, 06:37 AM   #564
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After the Jakarta City Council rejected the city administration’s plan to fund the construction of an elevated light rapid transit (LRT) system, the city has turned to private developers to construct the system.The private developers are those with buildings located on one of the seven corridors along the planned routes. The developers are Pakuwon Group, PT Summarecon Agung, PT Intiland Development, JI Expo, PT Duta Pertiwi, Mulia Group, PT BSD, Agung Podomoro Land, Panin Group and Lippo Group.Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama said that he offered the developers the chance to fund the construction of the LRT. In return, he said, the developers may increase their building floor coefficients (KLB) for their buildings located along the LRT corridors. The KLB is the standard for a building’s total maximum size that is permitted to be constructed on a given area.“We have asked private developers to help us construct infrastructure for the LRT system. In the first phase of construction, we will develop corridors one and seven out of the total seven planned corridors,” Ahok told reporters at City Hall in Central Jakarta on Thursday.Ahok said that in the plan, the developers would be responsible for constructing the LRT infrastructure while city-owned enterprises would be responsible for procuring the trains and operating the system.“We hope to start construction on the two corridors early next year and finish before the 2018 Asian Games,” Ahok said.Separately, the governor’s assistant for transportation, industry and trade, Sutanto Soehodho, said that the LRT infrastructure would cost roughly Rp 500 billion (US$40 million) per km. In total, the infrastructure for the two corridors would cost around Rp 25.8 trillion. Sutanto said that the city administration would give the private developers until Jan. 30 to affirm their commitment to help the city in developing the LRT infrastructure.“They may also use the time to discuss between themselves how much KLB they would like us to increase, and how much they are willing to support us,” Sutanto told reporters at City Hall.Meanwhile, transportation expert Ellen Tangkudung said that a quick and decent transportation system in the city was needed, and that the LRT could provide such system for passengers.“Now that the monorail construction has been cancelled, the LRT would be a good idea. However, there are many things that the city administration must make sure of before construction starts,” Ellen told The Jakarta Post over the phone on Thursday.For example, she said, the city must also make sure that the routes are effective and that the tariff was affordable for all classes. The LRT system must also be integrated with other modes of transportation, such as mass rapid transit (MRT) and Transjakarta busway.Ellen also mentioned that Corridor seven of the LRT should not overlap with the central government’s existing plan to construct an airport train system. - See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2....ar13EwRq.dpuf
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Jakarta will have LRT soon (hopefully)
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Old February 7th, 2015, 10:39 AM   #565
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Contactless and wristband ticketing in Jakarta
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INDONESIA: The national railway’s Jakarta suburban train operating subsidiary PT KAI Commuter Jabodetabek is deploying Sony’s FeliCa electronic payment technology on its 182 km network, which has 64 stations and carries 700 000 passenger/day.

KCJ is to accept payment by FeliCa IC chip contactless cards and embedded wristbands from this month, with payment by NFC mobile phone available later this year. Sony said its FeliCa ticketing, electronic money and ID technology was chosen for its security and high transaction speed

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Old February 7th, 2015, 04:27 PM   #566
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What? The monorail is barely breathing, the KRL needs serious expansion, and they're talking about LRT?
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Old February 9th, 2015, 09:30 AM   #567
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What? The monorail is barely breathing, the KRL needs serious expansion, and they're talking about LRT?
the monorail will be killed in their sleep...... aka the city admin. will find a way to cancel the contract

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Old February 13th, 2015, 06:48 AM   #568
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MRT update!

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Old February 16th, 2015, 04:20 AM   #569
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Lebak Lulus station, the old stadium is being demolished...

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Mungkin bagi yang diatas bertanya akan kekhawatirannya dengan patung ini... bisa dilihat sudah ada penopangnya..
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Old February 22nd, 2015, 09:26 AM   #570
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Bundaran HI Station

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Bendungan Hilir Station

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Istora Station

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Senayan Station
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Tugu Pemuda Membangun

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Underground and Overground transition point and Sisingamangaraja Station

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Blok M Station
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Fasad ruko yang sedang disesuaikan
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Can anyone estimate how many lines the Jakarta MRT should/will have long-term (counting the two lines that are already planned)?
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Jakarta metro trains ordered
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INDONESIA: MRT Jakarta has awarded Sumitomo Corp and Nippon Sharyo a ¥13bn contract for the supply of 16 six-car trainsets for the first line of the Jakarta metro.

The trainsets will be designed according to the Standard Urban Railway System for Asia specification. This was developed by Japanese railway companies with the government to promote the export of rolling stock to other Asian markets. Each train is to have capacity for 1 950 passengers.

The contract length is 185 weeks. Sumitomo and Nippon Sharyo have established a railway engineering firm in Indonesia with a local partner

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TransJakarta Elevated BRT - Line 13

This new line will connect the Kuningan CBD with residential areas in South and West Jakarta such as Kebayoran and Ciledug. This line will also connect the missing link between Blok M and Kebayoran Lama since transferring between Line 1 and 8 can be done only by taking a long U-Turn to Harmoni

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Di Jalan Tendean... yang tau macetnya Tendean gimana, coba prediksi dengan proyek ini bakal kaya gimana lagi..

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Untuk yang diatas ini saya sangat berharap Halte ujung dari koridor 13 ini disambungkan dengan paid walkway ke Halte koridor 9 terdekat yaitu Tegal Parang... Tanggung banget kalo ternyata cuman mentok sebelum flyover
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Clearing di Jalan Trunojoyo
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Masih di Jl. Trunojoyo

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Ini adalah satu hal yang paling bikin saya bingungin. Kok JLNT?....
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Menuju Wolter Monginsidi
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Masih di site yang sama...

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Sejauh ini, proyek ini sebenernya beneran BRT layang apa engga sih...?

Dari 3 seksi yang berbeda kontraktornya, semuanya beda pandangan!

PP: Jalan Layang
HK: Jalan Layang Khusus Busway
Jaya: Jalan Layang Non Tol

+ dapet desain halte juga, bakal kayak yang di Pancoran kan? (which means jelek amat )
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Can anyone estimate how many lines the Jakarta MRT should/will have long-term (counting the two lines that are already planned)?
Sadly the only planned long-term so far is that 2 lines you mentioned..

But, the newly planned LRT system will have 7 lines. This is the proposed LRT Line 1 (Kebayoran Lama - Kelapa Gading) alignment

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If it was me, I'd make the Jakarta MRT have 6 lines (including the two already planned).

Also, I didn't know about plans to develop an LRT System and a grade-separated BRT line within Jakarta. The term "LRT" is usually associated with trams, so if Jakarta develops that LRT system, will it be grade separated or like a tram?
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If it was me, I'd make the Jakarta MRT have 6 lines (including the two already planned).

Also, I didn't know about plans to develop an LRT System and a grade-separated BRT line within Jakarta. The term "LRT" is usually associated with trams, so if Jakarta develops that LRT system, will it be grade separated or like a tram?
its less tram more monorail .. as it will have exclusive line above existing road .. may be something like Singapore's LRT

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Singapore LRT for a city like Jakarta is insufficient. Probably the design will follow KL LRT or BTS Skyrtrain
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Jakarta scraps monorail in favour of light rail
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INDONESIA: Work could start in the fourth quarter of this year on the first phase of a light rail network in Jakarta, the President of state-owned construction firm PT Adhi Karya, Kiswodarmawan, told the company’s annual meeting on March 20.

Last year the Ministry of State Enterprises selected Adhi Karya to build a monorail to Bekasi in the east of the city, but the government has now decided that it should build a light rail line instead.

The first phase would run for 18 km from Grogol in the city centre to Cawang in the southeast via Semanggi, and then 16 km south to Cibubur. End-to-end journey time is expected to be 15 min from Cibubur to Cawang and 20 min from there to the city centre. With a design capacity of 360 000 passengers per day, the line is expected to open in 2018

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