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Old April 21st, 2016, 09:38 AM   #761
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Blok M Station.

I'm guessing those parallel double-pillars in this photo are where the MRT's elevated stations are going to be?
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Old April 21st, 2016, 11:10 PM   #762
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I'm guessing those parallel double-pillars in this photo are where the MRT's elevated stations are going to be?
MRT stations will be built up here with 3 track (2 platfrom)







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Old April 22nd, 2016, 01:18 AM   #763
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Are the stations for LRT and MRT stations built to be able to handle 6-car trains in the future?
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Old April 23rd, 2016, 09:41 AM   #764
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Are the stations for LRT and MRT stations built to be able to handle 6-car trains in the future?
Yep, PT MRT Jakarta has also learned from PT KCJ (Commuter Line Jabodetabek) about the mobilization of passengers increases every year. Look at PT KCJ, initially they only use 8-car trains. But in 2015 PT KCJ extend his train formation takes 10 to 12 car trains.

For the initial operation of MRT Jakarta will use the 6-car trains. While LRT Jakarta using 3-car trains.
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Old April 26th, 2016, 07:17 PM   #765
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Optimism surrounds Jakarta’s new MRT project
April 26, 2016 | BUSINESS AND FOCUS ASEAN - FEATURED - INDONESIA

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Failed infrastructure projects can be found across Indonesia, but a new MRT system offers Jakartans a glimmer of hope for their traffic woes
Dotted around Jakarta are lonely concrete and steel pillars that cut off traffic lanes and obstruct views. Erected in the early 2000s in an attempt to build a badly needed monorail system, the project failed to get off the ground due to a lack of funds and, more importantly, an absence of political will.

This situation is not unique. Unfinished roads, half-constructed ports and abandoned infrastructure projects can be found across Indonesia – all signs of endemic corruption and short-term thinking.

But something big is happening in Indonesia’s capital. Jalan Jeneral Thamrin, the multi-lane artery that cuts through some of the city’s densest area – from the historic neighbourhood of Kota Tua, along the leafy estates of Menteng, to the Blok M shopping district – is currently lined with construction equipment that churns away day and night.




The workers are building something Jakartans have dreamed about for years: an urban, mass rapid transit (MRT) rail system that could herald a new era of modern infrastructure for a country sorely in need of it.

The $1.7 billion-dollar project will, if all goes to plan, see 87km of railways built by the time it is completed in 2027. The construction is being partly funded by $1.3 billion in loans from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which is also leading the project.

The MRT is the latest attempt to address Indonesia’s deficient transport system in light of both an ever-growing population and mounting public expectations. Across the nation, poor infrastructure is creating challenges not only for Indonesians, but for foreign businesses as well.


“There is a direct effect on ease of doing business caused by issues such as power outages and traffic congestion in ports, roads and airports,” said Julian Smith, leader of the capital projects and infrastructure advisory team at PwC Indonesia. “Logistics costs are amongst the highest in the world, which makes it difficult to get goods to consumers and to source goods within the country.”

Infrastructure challenges have long been present in Indonesia and are part of the reason the nation of 240 million has yet to join its fellow Asian giants, India and China, as an emerging economic powerhouse. It is just too difficult to do business in much of the country, an issue that directly impacts prosperity. A study by the Jakarta-based Pelangi Foundation in 2010 found that the city loses almost $1.5 billion a year in productivity due to time spent stuck in traffic.

Such statistics are the result of years of bad planning, corruption and a national policy implemented during the Suharto era that favoured centralisation, resulting in huge population influxes that the city was not prepared to handle. This legacy also means that outside of Jakarta the infrastructure situation is often even worse.

“It is common that local governments only use 2-3% of their budget for the transport sector, with around 60-70% of the budget for salaries and human resources,” said Danang Parikesit, a professor at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, and chairman of the Indonesia Transportation Society. “What can you do if you don’t have the public funds to manage your mobility projects?”


This leads to absurd situations such as the fact that the main road between the country’s two largest cities, Jakarta and Surabaya, is mostly a pothole-laden, windy, narrow route that is clogged day and night with trucks, buses, cars and, often, horse-drawn carts crawling across Java. On other islands, even two-lane roads are scarce. This is a big contributor, according to the International Finance Corporation (IFC), to the fact that 55 million people still lack access to electricity, despite the country’s rich natural wealth.

“A lack of adequate and reliable infrastructure has been a key factor in preventing Indonesia from reaching its growth potential,” said Sarvesh Suri, country manager for Indonesia at IFC, an offshoot of the World Bank. “Indonesia has been spending about 4% of its annual GDP on infrastructure compared to 7% for Thailand and 10.5% for China.”

Last year, Castrol’s Stop-Start index ranked Jakarta as having the worst congestion in the world and calculated that 27% of travel time for an average driver in Jakarta is spent idling in traffic.

A new MRT system

However, there appears to be cautious optimism among Jakartans that, this time, the MRT project will not only be finished, but it will be on time, on budget and things will get better. The reason? Get-things-done governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, who is up for re-election next year and is keen to make an impact in what is likely to be a combative race.

The MRT system will be just the start, with the two lines currently under construction unlikely to alleviate decades of bad planning. The real impact will be psychological. Indonesia will finally join Bangkok, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur as a Southeast Asian capital with a modern transport system. For the traffic capital of the world, it is the symbolic value that is most important.

read more: http://sea-globe.com/optimism-surrou...w-mrt-project/
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MRT Jakarta progress, April 25, 2016

Construction works column, the preparation of the work of the Foundation pillar of the special bridge. (Jakarta MRT line overpass above Jakarta Outer Ring Road) at Jalan TB Simatupang.








Elevated construction on progress at Jalan Fatmawati - Jalan Cipete.






The intersection of line MRT and BRT. (under: MRT Jakarta North-South line, up: BRT TransJakarta corridor-13)

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Progress BRT TransJakarta, corridor-13. April 23, 2016.

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Trains ordered for Jakarta airport rail link
Wednesday, April 27, 2016



RAILINK, a joint venture between Indonesian Railways (KAI) and state-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura, has awarded a consortium of Inka, Indonesia, and Bombardier a $US 74m contract to supply 10 six-car EMUs for the rail link to Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Bombardier's share of the contract, which includes two years' maintenance, is worth $US 16m and covers the supply of Mitrac traction equipment for the trains

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KRL Commuter Line Jabodetabek

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I am not sure:

* How some stations of the Jakarta MRT are going to have three tracks.
* If any underground Jakarta MRT stations will have a three-track, two platform layout, also.
* Whether Blok M is going to be the only Jakarta MRT station with the layout described above.
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Work curing track bed blocks 1 and track bed reinforcement blocks to the west side of the 2nd tunnel between Senayan Stations and Stations Istora, installation work rebar base slab blocks 1 Istora Stations, as well as installation work Overhead Trackway Exhaust (OTE) duct in Setiabudi Station (9/5/2016).







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Jakarta MRT

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This project, one of the most important for Indonesia's railway sector, aims to enhance transportation efficiency by separating the Jabotabek Railway Line (a commuter line) from the Java Main Line (a long-distance line) along the 15-kilometer section between Manggarai and Bekasi, where the two lines presently share the same tracks. The scope of the project also includes electrification and extension of a commuter line from Bekasi to Cikarang (a 17-kilometer line), for which transportation demand is rapidly increasing due to the development of residential areas and industrial parks for Japanese companies and others.

The B-1 Package described under the just-concluded contract includes overhead contact system improvement of Manggarai Station, electrification of the 17-kilometer section between Bekasi and Cikarang, replacement of existing signalling system located right along the Bekasi Line, and construction of substations, among others. The project is expected to reach completion at the end of 2016.
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Exhaust Overheads Trackway installation work (OTE) channels and work back filling stations in Senayan (23/5/2016).





the condition of the platform as well as the trackway area in Setiabudi Station.



Ring for entrance portals TBM "Antareja II" (the South side) and the installation of iron 2nd stage ring portal area TBM "Antareja II" (North side) at the Bendungan Hilir Station, (23/5/2016)





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