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Old January 21st, 2016, 12:10 PM   #461
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Electrification

I was actually wondering what is the current state of plans for electric railways and trains troughout Indonesia:

The first question: the KRL has Maja as a terminus, but as I found out on Google Streetview there is electrification up to Rangkasbitung, Banten. Will the KRL be expanded to there or will there be other trains?

Are there other cities and regions planning electrification of railway lines and are there national plans for that (besides the HST of course)?
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Old April 1st, 2016, 11:16 AM   #467
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150 Train Made in PT INKA Export to Bangladesh
Jumat, 1 April 2016 | 01:38 WIB


SURABAYA, KOMPAS.com - A total of 150 train passengers in exports to Bangladesh through the Port of Tanjung Perak, Surabaya, Thursday (31/03/2016). Delivery of passenger trains was expected to be completed by the end of August 2016.

Passenger train was made by PT Industri Kereta Api (INKA) Madiun. SOE was winning the tender for the procurement of passenger trains worth 73 million USD in Bangladesh.

"Today is the first stage of the export of 15 units," said Senior Manager of Public Relations of PT Inka Madiun Protocol Kholik Muhammad.

The export to Bangladesh is the umpteenth time by PT IINKA abroad. Since 2004, PT INKA has been exported to the Philippines, Thailand, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore. In addition to passenger trains, PT INKA also export freight cars and flat wagons.

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it looks like they use standard gauge railway instead of the narrow (commonly used in Java).
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it looks like they use standard gauge railway instead of the narrow (commonly used in Java).
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Sulawesi has no railways at present, but it possesses considerable mineral reserves. It is envisaged that the railway would be used by both passengers and freight, providing a ‘modern rail service’ from 2019, according to Dwiatmoko.

The line will serve the regencies of Makassar, Maros, Pangkajene, Barru and Pare Pare, with 25 stations. A 30 km section of the line has been funded by South Sulawesi province, with the rest being paid for by the national government. The overall budget is 970bn rupiah, including 200bn rupiah for land acquisition, which is still ongoing, and allocations for importing track and components from Japan.
http://www.railwaygazette.com/news/n...i-railway.html

If you are building in a region with no preexisting railways (and hence no need for interchange), building to standard gauge is probably the most cost effective, especially if your primary hauling product is minerals.
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It mostly enables a bigger loading gauge for freight without severe implications in mostly speed. And it can make passenger trains faster too if planned wisely. Wouldn't surprise me if passenger trains eventually will go beyond 120km/h in maximum speed, which is the ultimate maximum on Java afaik. And that makes railway transport attractive too, though I hope it is more than just one mere return-trip per day for passengers (though I know passengers are just the second reason) so offering a good alternative to road transport. And of course there seems to be not any chance to connect it to Java or Sumatra, so the choice for 1435mm is a wise one, even with all the mountains further northeast.
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Old April 28th, 2016, 07:42 PM   #472
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Reactivation of inactive track: Muara Kalaban - Padang Sibusuk beside Jalan Lintas Sumatera (Muara Kalaban - Kiliranjao).
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Kemenhub: Jokowi Development Targets Railroad Throughout 3200 Km
Monday, 02/05/2016 12:38 WIB

Jakarta - The administration of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has a big target to build 3,200 km of railway lines in the whole Indonesia within five years of his reign. As a consequence, it takes a lot of skilled labor as a railway operator and regulator.

"The number of railway construction along 3200 km, the current number of skilled workforce we are very limited. Workers only 500 in the Director General of Railways, and operators there are about 20,000 people," said Director General of Railways, Ministry of Transportation, Herman Dwiatmoko (2/4/2016)....

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May 25, 2016 2:00 pm JST
Indonesia to ask Japan to build trans-Java railway

JAKARTA -- Indonesia will ask Japan to contribute to a trans-Java railway that promises to more than halve the 10-hour travel time between the country's capital and Surabaya, its second largest city, according to Indonesian government officials.

Construction of the 750km railway is estimated to cost around 200 billion yen ($1.81 billion).

Japan intends to provide a long-term, low-interest yen loan, with expectations that Indonesia will use Japanese exports for the project, Japanese government officials said.

Indonesia's plan to seek Japanese cooperation was revealed to The Nikkei by Transportation Minister Ignasius Jonan and other government leaders. President Joko Widodo will explain the project to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe when he visits Japan during the Ise-Shima summit on Thursday and Friday, they said.

The leaders of seven major industrialized powers will be meeting in Ise-Shima, southeast of Osaka. Indonesia is not a Group of Seven nation.

Jakarta wants to conclude a contract with Japan by the end of this year, begin construction next year and get trains rolling by 2019, the government officials said.

Japan is pushing for a threefold increase in its infrastructure exports to 30 trillion yen by 2020, up from 2010 levels. It sees the rest of Asia as a prime customer.

Widodo wants to get infrastructure development plans that have fallen behind back on schedule and likes Japan Inc.'s track record of completing projects on time.

The trans-Java rail would account for about a quarter of the 3,200km of track the administration plans to complete by 2019.

The Indonesia government is also planning a new port in Patimban, Java, on the outskirts of Jakarta, close to an industrial park that has a large Japanese presence.

source: http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Econ...s-Java-railway
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Kamis, 26 Mei 2016, 11:17 WIB
Railroad crossings piece Jakarta-Surabaya will be Removed

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Railroad crossings along the Jakarta-Surabaya will soon be eliminated and replaced with an underpass and overpass. This will be done in line with the revitalization of the Jakarta-Surabaya train line that the project will be done by the Japanese.

"The government wants Jakarta-Surabaya is faster. The question now is penyebrangannya still all on the road surface, so that if there is a train passing by, car dismissed," said Chief Cabinet Secretary Pramono Agung at Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in Jakarta, Thursday (26/5).

Related railways, Pramono said that the existing infrastructure is still using the old technology. In fact, the railway technology has been growing rapidly.

Therefore, the railway along the Jakarta-Surabaya will also be revitalized so as to enable trains to run faster. Not only that, Pramono said that the train to the track will also be replaced with new ones.

Unlike the High Speed ​​Train Jakarta-Bandung which will have a speed of 300 kilometers per hour, Jakarta-Surabaya railway line will only have a moderate pace.

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There is good news, bad news and there are observations...

To start with the good news: Manggarai station!
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...i-station.html

This will imo greatly increase capacity on this strategically located railway station (with branches to Bekasi and Bogor splitting to the south while branches to Gambir/Kota and Tanah Abang/SHIA (future) also split. Sufficient space also for intercity trains seems to me, with 20 tracks being planned this will be a much more efficient place for a terminus for all intercity trains rather than the sprawl of today.

The bad news: postponements of other railway projects on Java:
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...dget-cuts.html
There is not enough money to do both projects on and outside Java at once. I understand however that priority is given to regions that do not have trains at all despite the dire need on Java, however this mostly involves double track between Bandung and Surabaya, it does barely affect other projects.

The observations I did:
Past Sunday I went with Argo Bromo Anggrek, after the slow start between Gambir and Manggarai (that slow viaduct increases my hope for Manggarai development!) the double-double (four) track railway became visible. The two new tracks however were laid for a big portion up to Bekasi, but a lot of gaps were visible, where homes still stood on the traject, most likely a consequence of horrible aquisition progress. The rest of the two new tracks fell into disrepair, were overgrown by bushes and trees while mattresses are being dried upon the mostly bumpy (prolapsed?) rails!
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RZD signs Indonesian co-operation accord

INDONESIA: Meeting in Moscow on June 7, Russian Railways President Oleg Belozerov and the President of Indonesian Railways Ed Sukimoro signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen co-operation between the two railways.

As well as the construction of the new lines, the framework agreement covers joint participation in infrastructure and logistics projects, private and foreign investment schemes and co-operation in scientific and technical research projects, including the development of standards and training activities.

Belozerov said RZD ‘would like to combine our capabilities, as we understand that we can use our potential in several areas’. Sukimoro said PT KAI was interested developing a rail-served logistics network in Indonesia with RZD’s support. A new working group is to be stablished to identify ‘areas of mutually beneficial co-operation’.

RZD has been working with PT KAI since 2010, and an MOU for the construction of a freight railway in Borneo was signed in February 2012. The co-operation was intensified in 2014 when a Romberg-Sersa-RZDstroy joint venture conducted a technical audit for this 192 km line, which will be mainly used to carry coal from mines in the centre of the island to ports on the east coast. Construction is now expected to start later this year.

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Update Double Track Project | Purwokerto - Kebasen



The journey begins from the stations of Purwokerto. The condition of the construction progress still in the stage of Equalization of land and some have already given sub ballast.



The Pasirmuncang bridge was almost completed and the work of leveling the land continues.



Enter the Notog station. Approximately 500 metres after the stations Notog straight railbad development moved to the West leads to the creation of a new tunnel area. In the distance loomed heavy equipment to make a new tunnel.



Along the way before entering the tunnel of Notog there is no double track construction progress due to the prospective new track will be made a new tunnel that will penetrate the hills are on the West side. Development activities start there again after the bridge Musi.



On the East side before leveling phase were Kebasen tunnel ground.
And after coming out of the tunnel before entering the stations/Kebasen appears from kejahuan heavy equipment leveling the ground to do spring track for new Kebasen new tunnel.



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