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Old January 18th, 2009, 06:03 AM   #201
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ive never mind that indonesia have these highways!!
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Old January 21st, 2009, 11:23 AM   #202
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indonesia was actually one of the first nations in the Asia-Pacific region, highways were started being built in the mid 1970's(the Jagorawi),but as other countries started to have mega projects on highways in the late 1980's, Indonesia's mega projects were planned mostly in the early-mid 1990's and at the end the 1997 crisis stalled all of those projects(e.g.Jakarta's western ring road)..which are currently being revived and constructed
A pic of the Pondok Indah bound Serpong Toll Road, just slightly south of the Jakarta City Limits(Border with Tangerang):
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Old January 25th, 2009, 11:28 AM   #203
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Jakarta-bound Cipularang Toll Road:

Pasteur Toll Road in Bandung,West Java:,

both unusually low traffic for the long weekend
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Old January 28th, 2009, 01:53 PM   #204
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taken from the highway forum in Indonesia SSC
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Jalan PANTURA (Pantai Utara)Java North Shore Road-a.k.a The Great Post Road or De Groote De Postweg in Dutch Colonial TImes
* Status : Jalan NASIONAL yang paling VITAL, paling mendapat perhatian, paling mendapat keutamaan, (dianggap) paling menggerakkan perekonomian rakyat, paling macet kalau musim Lebaran.The most vital national road, the one with the most attention, the one that moves the economy, heavy traffic during Idul Fitri though

* Panjang : kurang tahu tapi spertinya sih 1000-an km ...Around 1,000 km's long
* sumber gambar : DEPARTEMEN PEKERJAAN UMUMTaken from the Ministry of Public Works

Jatibarang By-pass


Ruas ERETAN KULON - LOHBENER


Ruas CIKAMPEK - SUKAMANDI


Ruas SUKAMANDI - PAMANUKAN


Ruas CIJELAG - CIKAMURANG (kok kayak Lintas Timur Sumatra .. aku kira dah pada lebar semua jalannya)

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Old February 2nd, 2009, 03:35 PM   #205
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Another One from Indonesia SSC:
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Jalan Trans - SERAM

Location : Seram island, Maluku Province
Status : National Road
image from : Department of Public Works
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Old February 5th, 2009, 07:26 PM   #206
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That was quite adventurous route
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Old February 8th, 2009, 10:32 AM   #207
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End of Jagorawi Toll Road in Cawang,East Jakarta, Going straight takes you to the Inner City Toll Road while the exit on the left takes you to Cawang and the Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road,which is the gateway to West Java. Due to the traffic in this segment..the max speed one can get is only 50 km/h(~31 mph):
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Old February 9th, 2009, 03:42 PM   #208
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E. Java admits slow work in southern coast highway

Ridwan Max Sijabat, , THE JAKARTA POST, , SURABAYA | Mon, 02/09/2009 5:13 PM | The Archipelago

The East Java provincial administration admitted the construction of the southern coastal highway has been slow going due to topographic challenges.

The highway stretches from Banyuwangi regency in the east to Pacitan regency in the west

The administration said it might not complete the 627-kilometer highway project estimate to cost Rp 3.1 trillion (US$265.52 million) by 2012 as scheduled.

The highway megaproject chief, Joko Purwanto, said over the weekend that last year the project only managed to finish the opening of a 26-km section in a mountainous area in Blitar, including the hardening of a 4.7-km section and the asphalting of a 4.4-km span.

"The slow work has a lot to do with the difficult terrain. High hills and deep ravines require additional heavy equipment and operators. Plus it's difficult to operate them during the rainy season," he told The Jakarta Post.

"Besides, we have to coordinate with local administrations and the Forestry Ministry to compensate villagers and the state-owned forestry firm PT Perhutani for their land being taken over for the road."

The highway is part of the trans-Java highway connecting southern coastal areas of Central Java, Yogyakarta, West Java and Banten provinces to end the isolation in the southern part of the island and spur economic activity.

In East Java, the project must acquire 13.5 million square meters of land from Ketapang in Banyuwangi to Pacitan.

Currently, three main arteries traverse Java: the northern coastal (Pantura), the central and the southern highways. The central and southern highways are far more winding and narrow than the broad and relatively straight Pantura highway.

Joko said before President Megawati Soekarnoputri launched the southern highway project in 2002, the provincial transportation agency had conducted a feasibility study and taken remote images.

He said from 2002 to 2008, 74.6 kms of road had been laid down as well as 1.7 kms of the 6.5 kms of bridges planned

"This year, we are asking to acquire portions of protected forest in Blitar, Trenggalek and Tulungagung regencies," he said.

When asked about the funds spent in the past six years, Joko said the construction of the 74.6-km road had consumed Rp 232.2 billion from state budgets, Rp 272.8 billion from provincial budgets and Rp 75.1 billion from regency budgets.

"The project is closely supervised by provincial authorities and audited annually by the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK)," he added.

Joko said this year construction will lay down the 5.5-km Pacitan-Prigi section, the 12-km Grejo-Sirene Beach section in Tulungagung, the 5-km Tulungagung-Jolosutro section in Blitar and the 9-km Selok Awar-Jatimulyo section in Lumajang.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 12:33 PM   #209
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Evening Rush @ the East Inner Ring Road,Jakarta:
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 01:50 PM   #210
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Pics of Inner Toll Road Overpass:
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Kelapa Gading/Sunter:


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Other Overpasses:

1) Slipi


2) Semanggi


3) Semanggi
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Old March 21st, 2009, 02:18 AM   #211
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Does anyone knows if there are plans to fix (like rerouting) the toll road between gempol and porong since the mudflow lapindo disaster had totally damages this road between these 2 cities?
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 04:59 PM   #212
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there is a plan..the government plans to relocate it as far from the Lapindo mud slide as possible. The government is currently looking to free up land(buying residents land) for the highway and as of February 2009 only a small part of the land was acquired. Right now, the project is projected to finish around early 2010 the earliest

Pics of the Trans Sumatera Road in Lampung:

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Jalan Lintas Sumatera, Bandar Lampung - Bakauheni











Bogor Ring Road Construction:

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Old March 26th, 2009, 07:17 AM   #213
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Indonesia's Jasa Marga sees capex of $400 mln for new toll roads
Wed Mar 25, 2009 8:26am EDT

JAKARTA, March 25 (Reuters) - Indonesian toll road operator, PT Jasa Marga Tbk (JSMR.JK), said on Wednesday it has earmarked 4.7 trillion rupiah ($407 million) for capital expenditure this year, four times the 2008 sum, for expansion and share purchases.

Frans Sunito, the firm's president director, told reporters that shareholders had approved the management's plan to build eight new toll roads over the next three to four years, at a cost of about 15 trillion rupiah.

Jasa Marga plans to increase the length of toll road it operates to 700 km, from 500 km currently, as a result of the expansion.

Sunito also said 30 percent of this year's capital expenditure would be used to increase its stakes in four firms which hold toll-road concession rights. The firm wants to be the majority stakeholder in three of the firms.

Jasa Marga reported net profit of 707.8 billion rupiah in 2008 on revenue of 3.35 trillion rupiah earlier on Wednesday.

The state-controlled firm is seen as a beneficiary of the government's drive to improve creaky infrastructure in order to boost growth in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

The government has announced a 73.3 trillion rupiah fiscal stimulus package covering tax incentives and infrastructure projects.

On top of the fiscal stimulus, planning minister Paskah Suzetta said on Wednesday that infrastructure projects worth nearly $3.5 billion would be put up for tender in the second quarter. The projects would be funded by the private sector. ($1 = 11,540 rupiah) (Writing by Andreas Ismar; Editing by Sara Webb)
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Old March 28th, 2009, 06:20 AM   #214
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Jasa Marga makes higher toll charge for mudflow diversion

The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Fri, 03/27/2009 2:10 PM | Business

State toll road operator PT Jasa Marga will apply higher tariffs to the planned new toll road in East Java, a relocated lane of the Surabaya-Gempol highway inundated by the Lapindo Brantas mudflow, to cover the Rp 1.5 trillion (US$130.5 million) cost of new road construction.

Jasa Marga president director Frans S. Sunito said Wednesday that the special tariff, at between Rp 500 to Rp 600 per kilometer, was set to protect the company's business performance. The normal toll road tariff is Rp 120 per kilometer.

"*The Rp 1.5 trillion budget* will not hurt our business performance. We have finished with the calculation and we concluded that the new tariff will be feasible," he said, adding the new rate also included inflation and other parameters.

The relocated route will cover a total of 12 kilometers in the southern part of the existing toll road. The Sidoarjo Mudflow Handling Agency (BPLS) has cleared up 60 percent of the land needed for the new road.

Part of the Surabaya-Gempol toll road was inundated by the mudflow from the gas well operated by Lapindo Brantas since 2006. The company is controlled by the family of Aburizal Bakrie, also the Coordinating Minister for Social Welfare.

In a surprise move, the government told Jasa Marga to embark on the toll relocation project using the company's own cash, although the mudflow, which led to toll road closure, had disrupted Java traffic.

The government owns 70 percent of the shares in Jasa Marga.

However, the relocation plan initially got negative reactions from the market over worries it would hurt Jasa Marga's performance, even more so as the company had incurred losses of more than Rp 100 billion, due to the toll road closure.

But Jasa Marga believes the project will bring benefits for the company in the years to come, even though the budget for the diversion project increased seriously above the original 2006 target.
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Old March 29th, 2009, 06:08 PM   #215
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indonesia was actually one of the first nations in the Asia-Pacific region, highways were started being built in the mid 1970's(the Jagorawi),but as other countries started to have mega projects on highways in the late 1980's, Indonesia's mega projects were planned mostly in the early-mid 1990's and at the end the 1997 crisis stalled all of those projects(e.g.Jakarta's western ring road)..which are currently being revived and constructed
A pic of the Pondok Indah bound Serpong Toll Road, just slightly south of the Jakarta City Limits(Border with Tangerang):
indonesia highway/expressway were started built in 1987, not in mid 1970

and for you to know, that the long of indonesia highway/expressway just 630 KM, many road you post in here are ordinary road not a highway.

so dont befooled other with your b***s**t information
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very nice.. hope will be improved into double track as the number of cars increase


Crowded busy time Bogor city highway





Semarang city, Central Java highway at night





Crowded busy time Urip Sumoharjo street, Surabaya, east Java





Causeway Suarmadu bridge will be finished the end of 2008 (Jawa island - madura island)





Those causeway at night





Sumatera Barat highway, Sumatera island





Travelling around Sumatera Barat (West Sumatera)





Weat Sumatera highway through hills and mountain, very beautiful scenery.. you should try..





From Padang to Bukittinggi, (West sumatera province) very beautiful..









Enjoy the fresh air.. dont forget turn on the music jazz.. ) (West Sumatra Province)


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is this you call a highway ?

In sumatra island dont have highway, even ordinary road across city province many is damage.

why dont you post so many hole in the road that is the trademark of our indonesian road !

what you say is not the real in indonesia. In Indonesia even the ordinary road cant be make smooth, we can say almost 90% road in indonesia is have so many hole .

so what are you and your friend proud in here ?
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ive never mind that indonesia have these highways!!
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guy, dont be fooled by these s****d forumer.

what they posted is not the real in Indonesia.

If you want to proof, you can come to Indonesia and see the real Indonesia.

Our indonesia road is more similiar with our Internet speed, ya we can say this two is brother, the one is most damage+more hole and the other is most slowest+most big problem .

You will not see the good in Indonesia
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below is the real indonesia road

hahaha...........





















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Old March 30th, 2009, 04:01 PM   #220
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indonesia highway/expressway were started built in 1987, not in mid 1970

and for you to know, that the long of indonesia highway/expressway just 630 KM, many road you post in here are ordinary road not a highway.

so dont befooled other with your b***s**t information
yo..first of ALL get the facts right. the jagorawi toll road started construction in the mid 1970's and was operational in the late 1970's,jakarta-merak was operational in the early 80's...come on get the facts right. ..ordinary road????that is a provincial road and so what if the nation's road has many potholes?I myself have to admit the underfunding the roads get. But Java's Pantura and the Trans-Sumatran road is being repaired at a constant pace..a new kanci-Pejagan toll road is confirmed to open around September and the Cinere-jagorawi highway is showing nice progress by it's investors. Also in the US(especially California) they call a 2 lane road a highway also(Pacific Coast Highway..heard of it?)..a highway doesn't mean it HAS to be a road with no traffic lights..clover leafs etc...speed limit of 100 km/h.That's why it is called Indonesia's Highways(national/provincial roads) and Autobahns(Freeway, Motorway,Interstate Highways,etc the ones with no traffic lights)This thread is sort of a sister thread to the Indonesia Highway,National Provincial Road thread in Indonesia SSC.Here have a look:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=816538

Anyways pics of the ground breaking ceremony of the Tj Priok Access Toll Road in North Jakarta courtesy of detikFoto:







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