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Old December 1st, 2008, 05:44 PM   #1
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:: Jakarta MRT ::

Here is the design proposed for interchange station between Jakarta MRT, Monorail, Waterway, Busway, and Airport Rail Link.

This station is located in the heart of Central Jakarta, Jalan Sudirman.



additional information will be added later

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Old December 2nd, 2008, 01:45 PM   #2
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Acen maybe you should translate this section, because there are many viewer from another country, only my opinion...

BTW thanks for posting this!
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Old December 2nd, 2008, 05:29 PM   #3
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i'd like to..but i'm too lazy to do it

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Old December 2nd, 2008, 05:30 PM   #4
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New subway executives kick off operations

Tifa Asrianti , The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Wed, 06/18/2008 10:44 AM | City

Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo has appointed an acting director and commissioner for the city-owned subway operator Mt Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta (PT MRTJ).

The newly-appointed acting director is Eddi Santosa, an expert in financial and corporate restructuring, while the former city assistant secretary for development, Nurfakih Wirawan, has been appointed acting commissioner.

The two executives will sit for PR MRTJ for the next four months until a fixed board of directors is formed.

Governor Fauzi Bowo signed the ruling in his office, witnessed by notary Sutjipto, JBIC representative M. Otawa, JICA Expert representative S. Utsubo and director of city-owned market operator PD Pasar Jaya Uthand H. Sitorus.

Fauzi said the city administration involved PD Pasar Jaya as partner in the establishment of the company due to its healthy cash flow.

"Besides, the MRT project will be connected with several traditional markets, such as Blok M, Blok A, Mede Fatmawati, Benhil and Blora. I hope it will make markets under PD Pasar Jaya's management become more modern," he said.

He said the appointed executives would determine Jakarta's public transportation for the next 50 years since the MRT was projected to serve the public in the long term.

"I'm sure MRT will integrate Jakarta's transportation modes."

The new director of PT MRTJ, Eddi Santosa, said he would set up an organizational structure and recruitment system and prepare the second phase of loan agreements in the next four months.

"The second phase of loan agreements between the government and the city administration will take place in June or July 2009," he said.

Sutjipto said both appointed executives would recruit employees to fill vacant posts at the company, using a professional recruitment agency.

"The directors selected from the recruitment process will serve for four years while the commissioner will serve three years," he said.

The basic capital to finance MRT is Rp 200 billion (US$21.5 million), which was divided in 200,000 shares or Rp 1 million for each share. The working capital deposited was 25 percent or 50,000 stocks or worth Rp 50 billion.

Of the Rp 50 billion, 49,500 shares or Rp 49.5 billion are owned by the city administration and 500 shares or Rp 500 million are owned by PD Pasar Jaya.

Fauzi said he hoped his administration could finish the land acquisition in 2009 and continue the construction process in 2010.

"We hope construction can finish in 2012 and the MRT can start operating by 2014," he said.

Fauzi said this year, the administration would acquire land around Lebak Bulus to build a final station and MRT's depot.

Eddi, who was the working team coordinator during MRTJ's formation, said land acquisition would be conducted by the city public works agency and the city transportation agency. The agencies will have Rp 40 billion of the total Rp 160 billion budget to acquire the land this year, he added.

The project's first phase consists of feasibility studies, the establishment of MRT Jakarta and the construction of a 14.3 kilometer line from Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to Dukuh Atas in Central Jakarta. The second phase will be the construction of a line from Dukuh Atas to Kota in West Jakarta.
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Old December 2nd, 2008, 05:41 PM   #5
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Old December 4th, 2008, 09:09 AM   #6
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I use the station in this picture (Parliament Station in Melbourne) every day - believe me - you want something better than that!
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Old December 6th, 2008, 02:06 PM   #7
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I use the station in this picture (Parliament Station in Melbourne) every day - believe me - you want something better than that!
you mean (f i'm not wrong) this is you called not better?

you should look our train station/bus station
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Old December 7th, 2008, 01:23 AM   #8
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Parliament station is old, ugly, too small (it's very crowded during rush hour).

Jakarta is a huge city and should get better stations than Parliament (which was built in the early 80's)
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Old December 7th, 2008, 02:05 AM   #9
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What happened to the monorail project? According to the link below, its gone tits up, with the possibility of a subway to take its place.

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-city-mrt.html
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Old December 7th, 2008, 07:01 AM   #10
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like the monorail, Jakarta will never see a subway, the country is too corrupt and too ill coordinated to pull something like this off, and would have a tought time operating it as well.
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Old December 7th, 2008, 07:46 AM   #12
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like the monorail, Jakarta will never see a subway, the country is too corrupt and too ill coordinated to pull something like this off, and would have a tought time operating it as well.
hehe maybe KL is way ahead of JKT in terms of public transportation, good for KL, but JKT is also consistently improving its transportation system. It seems that the govt is abandoning the monorail project and replacing it with MRT. Hope that MRT, busway system, and also water bus will be fully integrated in the future, so we can catch up and have a better mass transportation system.
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Oh and don't forget about Train, the train was improved slightly better too.
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Old December 8th, 2008, 08:42 AM   #14
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hehe maybe KL is way ahead of JKT in terms of public transportation, good for KL, but JKT is also consistently improving its transportation system. It seems that the govt is abandoning the monorail project and replacing it with MRT. Hope that MRT, busway system, and also water bus will be fully integrated in the future, so we can catch up and have a better mass transportation system.
not fully abandoning the monorail though. Just the Blue (or AKA West-East Line) will be transformed into a second MRT line
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Old December 8th, 2008, 09:14 AM   #15
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Yep, u're rite

@Matsat : Think, who's country is well known as a corrupt country, and who's country is corrupt but nicely hid from public no further comment on this.
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hehe maybe KL is way ahead of JKT in terms of public transportation, good for KL, but JKT is also consistently improving its transportation system. It seems that the govt is abandoning the monorail project and replacing it with MRT. Hope that MRT, busway system, and also water bus will be fully integrated in the future, so we can catch up and have a better mass transportation system.
m is pretty impressed with how Jakarta is developing public transportation.

Cheers, m
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Parliament station is old, ugly, too small (it's very crowded during rush hour).

Jakarta is a huge city and should get better stations than Parliament (which was built in the early 80's)
the images on the proposal don't represent the actual design. The design itself still unfinished yet.
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like the monorail, Jakarta will never see a subway, the country is too corrupt and too ill coordinated to pull something like this off, and would have a tought time operating it as well.
don't be so jealous KL, what are you going to do if Jakarta will have a subway which would be integrate with monorail, wateray, busway and other public transports??
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MRT construction 'sure' to start 2010, firm says

Tifa Asrianti , The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Fri, 12/05/2008 11:43 AM | City

PT Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta (MRTJ) is upbeat construction on the capital's new mass rapid transportation system will commence by early 2010 following a land acquisition process scheduled for next year.

Eddi Santosa, the company's director, said he was optimistic the land acquisition stage could be completed swiftly, citing that only 4 hectares were needed for the route from Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to Dukuh Atas in Central Jakarta. The route is expected to be completed by 2014.

"The 4-hectare area of land will be used to build a depot in Lebak Bulus. The rest of the railway network will be built under or above the streets," he said.

The city administration has allocated Rp 40 billion from this year's budget to buy land for the depot and to construct the depot.

Some 3.4 kilometers of the 14.3-kilometer-long Lebak Bulus-Dukuh Atas route will be underground, with the rest elevated.

"The MRT will go underground from Dukuh Atas to Jl. Majapahit in Central Jakarta, because the area is classified as Ring 1 (top security priority), where there should be no obstacles above the ground. The MRT will resurface again at Kampung Bandan," he said.

He said the city administration would perform sub-surface scans to ensure utility networks were not damaged by construction, and that the stations would be built between 8 and 12 meters below the streets -- well below utility pipelines.

"As for the elevated structures, the transportation ministry has also made a study about the construction process, including on how to avoid congestion during the construction period," he said.

The north-south route will link Kota in West Jakarta and Lebak Bulus. Construction on the route, which is expected to be completed by 2018, will be divided into two phases.

"The MRT route can help bring life back to the (neglected) Old Town area," he said.

The administration also plans to utilize pylons built for the abolished monorail project to construct an MRT route linking Pulo Gebang in East Jakarta and Kebon Jeruk in West Jakarta.

"If the east-west route is agreed, it can serve commuters from Bekasi and Tangerang. If the axis is completed, we can make an encircling network," Eddi said.

He said the MRT would have a maximum capacity of 300,000 passengers per day, with an average travel time of 5 minutes and 30 seconds.

The company has planned to operate 17 trains, each to have six cars.

Ahmad Harjadi, head of Jakarta's planning and development bureau, said the administration planned to integrate the MRT with other transportation networks, including the busway and the inner city train network.

"Besides integrating the network, we also plan to integrate the ticket systems so that people can transfer from one mode of transportation to another without having to buy a new ticket," he said.
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good and construction update will be arrive soon
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