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[JAKARTA] Transjakarta Busway - A lot of pictures

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Images collected from internet in year 2003-2004 when Transjakarta line 1 was underconstruction.

I've tried it when in Jakarta summer 2004, it's good and the city should build more lines.... faster.


Jakarta Busway line 1


Here it is Tije!

Before opening

Trial period


Newly recruited drivers post in front of Transjakarta bus

Drivers on training

Busway stop in front of Kota train station

Busway depo

Shelter underconstruction

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Fir3blaze said:
tata, is that confirmed? The last article I read only indicated that they're considering articulated bus and more than one door on each station. I personally think that a single door per station is not going to be enough. Hope they do sth about line 1 too.
Fir3blaze, I believe we read the same article. And so far there's no further confirmation.
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MEN AT WORK: Workers dig up the road to prepare the lane in front of a busway stop in Senen, Central Jakarta. The construction of busway lanes and shelters has been slowed down due to a delay in the disbursement of funds from the city administration. (JP/P.J. Leo)
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XxRyoChanxX said:
i hope he keep his word
Sutiyoso is a competent governor and he can deliver. The problem is the people under him......
XxRyoChanxX said:
o0o...ic ic...~ that sucks...are they like greedy ppl or something...i would love to smack their faces..LOL
A lot of people working in government like to say 'Saya minta pengarahan dari Bapak' (I need direction from you sir). I have experience dealing with these kind of people, I had to prepare to-do list A, B, C, D.... next and next and next. And intensive monitoring is a must, once missed they're lost. They couldnt take initiative *sigh*.

The same thing with Busway project, for line 1 Sutiyoso was really involved and 'put his hands' on it and it's done. But he can't afford spending all his time only on busway project, he got a million things to do. His subordinates must do it.

Hopefully now it's getting better. Kan jaman reformasi katanya, masa' sih mau kayak jaman dulu mlulu :D
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Busway offers school visits

JAKARTA: TransJakarta wants more elementary school students to use its busway routes and is offering to visit schools to promote the idea of safe and efficient public transport, the company says.

Company general manager Irzal Djamal said the staff from the company would share their experiences with children about riding busway buses.

Staff would explain the company's vision for public transport and educate children on how to travel politely and safely, he said.

The company had transported more than 2,000 students to and from elementary schools since January.

"We normally prepare a tour guide to help children learn more about the transportation," Irzal said.

Interested teachers or parents can contact busway management on 021-722-8727. -- JP
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sanhen said:
Pembebasan lahan..... emang busway yg ini ngelewatin rumah orang ya?
gue langsung ketawa pas baca posting elo. tapi kalo dipikir pikir, that's a very good question. yg gue tau busway gak nglewatin rumah orang. tapi ada 'pekarangan' di depan jalan yg kena.
sanhen said:
kalo bener pekarangan... deket aja sama perumahan.. apa ngga bahaya ya? ato jangan2 ada rumah orang yg kebelah sama busway huehehehe
kayaknya sih bukan pekarangan rumah. Itu di satu jalan yg kena pembebasan, banyak tempat jualan kayu2 bekas. Jadi kayaknya yg kena itu bukan rumah tapi tempat jualan.
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TransJakarta line 2 and 3 news

TransJakarta balks at buying pricey new Busway buses
Damar Harsanto, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

TransJakarta Busway (BP TransJakarta) revealed Tuesday that the new buses proposed by the consortium of private bus operators, PT TransBatavia, would cost Rp 1.5 billion (approximately US$153,000) each.

The price is almost twice the amount of the buses procured for the first busway corridor, which ranged between Rp 821.7 million and Rp 846.5 million.

"We think that the bus price proposed by the consortium is too high. Higher bus costs simply mean a higher allottment from the city budget," TransJakarta manager Irzal Z Djamal stated in a hearing with the City Council's commission D that oversees transportation and development affairs.

Irzal said his firm had written to Governor Sutiyoso to ask if he would approve the high price of the buses as well as the brand to be used, Daewoo.

The city transportation agency has recommended the use of compressed natural gas-fueled buses made by South Korean firm for the new busway project.

"We need the (Governor's) approval as a legal basis for us to follow up on the contract with TransBatavia, the company that will manage the buses on the second and third busway routes," Irzal said.

He also added that it was doubtful that Daewoo was the only producer that could provide buses with the specifications required by the transportation agency.

It was necessary to have all things considered to evade legal problems as the Corruption Eradication Commission was currently investigating alleged corruption in the procurement of the buses for the first corridor, Irzal said.

"We also anticipate looming maintenance problems during the operation of the new buses since Daewoo has no authorized dealer here," he added.

Irzal also said that the consortium had estimated that it would charge the administration between Rp 16,000 and Rp 18,000 per kilometer for each bus in the first five years of operation. In the first busway project, the charge was only Rp 6,400 per kilometer.

"Of course, we won't be able to pay the huge charges with the revenue we obtain from the sold tickets unless we raise significantly the fares or provide a much bigger subsidy," he said.

TransBatavia president director Azis Rismaya Mahfud said that his company would not be able to provide the buses before the busway's scheduled opening in December this year due to some major lingering problems.

"We need a contract with BP TransJakarta to make a deal with Daewoo as well as to get loans from banks," he said in the hearing with the commission earlier on Tuesday.

He said that the launch of the new busway project would be delayed until "March next year at the earliest."

TransBatavia groups four companies, which routes are being affected by the new busway: Mayasari Bakti with 50 percent of shares, Steady Safe with 23 percent of shares, state bus company PPD with 22 percent and PT Metromini with 5 percent.

After launching the first busway corridor along Blok M in South Jakarta to Kota in West Jakarta early last year, the administration is finalizing the development of the second and third of the busway routes from Pulogadung in East Jakarta to Harmoni in Central Jakarta and Harmoni to Kalideres in West Jakarta.
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sanhen said:
Good work so far Sutiyoso.
Sutiyoso for next president!!!
Agree with you sanhen. Sutiyoso is a very capable governor. Monas would have turned into 'red district' if he didnt fence it. Busway delivered due to his strong hand (in positive manner). Hopefully the next governor will continue his good projects.
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New firms invited to join busway consortium
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

TransJakarta Busway Management (BP TransJakarta) says that firms interested in taking part in the operation of the busway project still have the chance to join consortium TransBatavia.

"The City Transportation Agency has granted four bus operators whose routes are affected by new busway routes roles in the operation of the busway, but will also leave other parts to new companies wanting to participate in the project," Irzal Z. Djamal said over the weekend.

BP TransJakarta is the board assigned by the city administration to oversee the entire busway project.

The new companies, he said, would also be in charge of the procurement of buses, like TransBatavia's role in the project.

"Ideally, the new busway routes will be served by 204 buses. At least 126 buses will be purchased by four companies grouped in the TransBatavia, while the remaining 78 will be provided by the new companies," he said.

The four companies grouped in TransBatavia are PT Mayasari Bakti with the lion's share of 50 percent in the consortium, followed by Steady Safe with 23 percent, state bus company PPD with 22 percent and PT Metromini with 5 percent.

After successfully launching the first 12.9-kilometer busway route from Blok M in South Jakarta to Kota in West Jakarta early last year, the administration has now finalized the development of the second and third busway corridors.

The second corridor links a 14-kilometer route from Pulogadung in East Jakarta to Harmoni in Central Jakarta, while the third is 19 kilometers in length, stretching from Harmoni to Kalideres in West Jakarta.

The administration plans to develop 15 busway corridors by 2010.

Planned busway corridors

Pulogadung-Harmoni route: - planned bus stops: 23 locations - number of buses: 83 units


- Mayasari Bakti: 26 units

- PPD : 11 units

- Steady Safe : 9 units

- Metromini : 5 units

- new operators : 32 units - estimated passengers: 6,860 passengers/hour/two directions

Harmoni-Kalideres route: - planned bus stops: 16 locations - number of buses: 121 buses


- Mayasari Bakti: 37 units

- Steady Safe : 21 units

- PPD : 17 units

- new operators : 46 units - estimated passengers: 8,786 passengers/hour/two directions

Source: BP TransJakarta Busway Management
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In the beginning bus operators rejected to change their route. it is proved now people prefer BRT than traditional bus routes.


Bus routes changed to adjust to busway

Damar Harsanto, The Jakarta Post/Jakarta

The Jakarta Transportation Agency has decided to change 11 regular and air-conditioned bus routes in order to harmonize them with the Blok M-Kota busway corridor.

Agency head Rustam Effendy Sidabutar told reporters at City Hall on Monday that transportation companies had also requested the route changes due to a major drop in the number of passengers following the launch of the city's first busway corridor in January 2004.

"The changes were made as the bus operators whose routes run parallel to the busway have complained of a sharp decline in passengers due to the operation of the busway," Rustam said.

The changes will take effect on Wednesday morning.

No figures are available on how severely regular bus services have been hit since the opening of the busway.

However, most passengers traveling between Blok M and Kota now use the busway.

The number of passengers using the busway has risen to an average of 45,000 people daily from only 28,000 during in mid-January last year.

Rustam said that besides changing the routes of regular and air-conditioned buses, his agency was also shortening a number of bus routes in response to requests made by bus operators.

"Some bus operators have asked for shorter routes as they are experiencing difficulties with the longer routes due to worsening traffic congestion in the capital," he said.

He said it now took three hours for a bus to traverse the Bekasi to Kalideres route, three times longer than five years ago.

With the introduction of the shorter routes, he said, the agency would no longer tolerate bus crews stopping in mid-route and turning around to increase their passenger load.

It has long been common for bus crews to dump passengers before reaching the end of the route in order to avoid heavily congested areas or to increase their passenger loads. This is because most bus crews are paid a percentage of their daily takings.

"We will also ensure that air-conditioned buses stop only at designated bus shelters to shorten the intervals between buses so that passengers don't have to wait too long," Rustam added.

New bus routes

Name/number of Bus Old route New route

P125 Hiba Utama (11 buses) Tanjung Priok-Blok M Tanjung Priok-Pasar Baru PPD Regular 10 (12 buses) Blok M-Senen Lebak Bulus-Manggarai SteadySafe 939 (6 buses) Blok M-Grogol Blok M-Veteran PPD PAC 10 (24 buses) Kampung Rambutan-Kota Kampung Rambutan-Senayan PPD PAC 15 (10 buses) Depok-Kota Depok-Karet PPD PAC 17 (18 buses) Bekasi-Kota Bekasi-Velbak SteadySafe PAC22 (9 buses) Lebak Bulus-Senen Lebak Bulus-Tebet Rail Station Mayasari P51 (10 buses) Bekasi-Kota Bekasi-Velbak SteadySafe PAC58 (4 buses) Grogol-Ciledug Kampung Melayu-Tangerang Mayasari P18B (8 buses) Pasar Baru-Ciputat Ciputat-Karet PPD P42 (13 buses) Blok M-Senen Lebak Bulus-Manggarai

Source: City Transportation Agency
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Operators provide busway feeders

JAKARTA: Three bus operators have agreed to become official feeders for the busway operating from Blok M in South Jakarta to Kota in West Jakarta.

TransJakarta busway management spokesman Anjar Aedi said on Wednesday that the three operators were state-owned PPD, Mayasari Bakti and Steady Safe.

"Passengers can now use feeder service tickets ... The bus operators will warn crews who reject the tickets," he said, adding that the agreement had been reached in a meeting between the busway management, the City Transportation Agency and the bus operators.

Although the busway established an integrated ticketing system with feeder buses earlier this year, bus crews have been reluctant to accept feeder service tickets, preferring cash from passengers.

Anjar announced that the number of busway passengers had increased by some 400 per day since the transportation agency scrapped 12 city bus routes along the corridor last week. -- JP
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BRT line 3 starts construction with target in Jan 2006 the line ready to use. However it's still unclear when it's operational.
Like construction line 1 and line 2, some trees are, unfortunately, cut down :(

News in Bhs Indonesia check Kompas:
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BP TransJakarta Ajukan 5 Produsen Bus BBG

JAKARTA - Badan Pengelola (BP) TransJakarta telah selesai mengkaji produk pembanding bus berbahan bakar gas (BBG) untuk armada bus jalur khusus (busway) koridor II (Pulogadung-Harmoni) dan koridor III (Kalideres-Harmoni).

Menurut Kepala BP TransJalarta, Irzal Djamal, ada lima perusahaan yang masuk dalam kajian untuk dibandingkan dengan bus berbahan bakar gas produksi Daewoo, Korea. Hasil kajian tersebut, sudah diajukan ke PT Trans Batavia, Rabu (14/9).

"Saya belum bisa menyebutkan nama mereknya. Tapi kelima perusahaan bus itu, ada yang dari Eropa, Cina, Brazil, dan India," kata Irzal, kepada Pembaruan, di Jakarta, Kamis (15/9).

Dia mengatakan, dengan hasil kajian tersebut, PT Trans Batavia selaku konsorsium pengadaan busway koridor II dan III, dapat membandingkan produk dari kelima perusahaan tersebut, dengan produk Daewoo dari Korea yang selama ini diajukan sebagai produsen armada untuk busway koridor II dan III.

Irzal mengungkapkan, harga bus yang ditawarkan kelima perusahaan tersebut, cukup bersaing dengan produk Daewoo.

Namun, keputusan akhir tetap berada di tangan PT Trans Batavia karena mereka yang akan membeli bus berbahan bakar gas untuk dioperasikan di busway koridor II dan III.

"Yang pasti, bus yang akan dibeli harus sesuai spesifikasi teknis yang ditentukan Dishub (Dinas Perhubungan, red) DKI. Harganya jangan terlampau mahal karena akan membuat biaya per kilo meter juga mahal, sehingga berpengaruh pada subsidi tarif yang akan diambil dari APBD," ujar Irzal.

Dia menambahkan, dengan selesainya kajian mengenai produk pembanding, PT Trans Batavia dapat segera merealisasikan kontrak dengan perusahaan bus, kemudian dengan Dinas Perhubungan, dan BP TransJakarta.

Untuk tahap awal, lanjut Irzal, PT Trans Batavia dapat segera menentukan bus dari perusahaan mana yang akan dibeli. Lalu biaya per kilo meter dapat dihitung dengan TransJakarta.

Seperti diberitakan, PT Trans Batavia hingga pertengahan September 2005, belum menyelesaikan sejumlah kontrak yang disyaratkan untuk pengadaan armada busway koridor II dan III.

Dalam time schedule proyek busway koridor II dan III, PT Trans Batavia harus menyelesaikan semua kontrak pada Agustus 2005. Kontrak itu, masing-masing kontrak dengan perusahaan bus, kontrak dengan Dinas Perhubungan (Dishub) DKI Jakarta untuk bisa mengoperasikan bus dan kontrak dengan BP TransJakarta untuk pengelolaannya. (J-9)

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O p i n i

Transportasi Yang Pas buat Warga Jakarta


DIPERBAIKI - Bus Transjakarta melintas di jalur kendaraan umum karena aspal di jalur bus itu sedang diperbaiki di Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat, Jakarta Pusat, Januari lalu. Baru setahun jalur tersebut dipakai, namun sudah banyak aspal yang rusak di beberapa tempat.

SECARA prinsip busway dinilai Pengamat Tata Kota dari Universitas Trisakti, Yayat Supriatna, merupakan pilihan yang pas dan moderat dari suatu sistem angkutan massal yang ada di Jakarta.

Pasalnya, sejak beberapa tahun yang lalu, Pemprov DKI memiliki beberapa rencana dalam pengembangan transportasi massal, di antaranya pengembangan Mass Rapid Transportation (MRT). "Tapi sayangnya rencana itu hingga saat ini tidak juga terlaksana. Baru busway inilah yang benar-benar direalisasikan," kata Yayat kepada Pembaruan, baru-baru ini.

Menurut Yayat, Pemprov DKI harus menyelesaikan tahap demi tahap proyek pengembangan busway secara cepat. Pasalnya, dengan harga Bahan Bakar Minyak (BBM) yang terus melambung tinggi, serta meningkatnya jumlah kendaraan pribadi dan menyebabkan tingkat kemacetan di Jakarta kian "menggila", busway bakal menjadi pilihan utama bagi masyarakat Jakarta.

"Tapi sayangnya pengembangan busway ini pada akhirnya akan menimbulkan rasa pesimistis yang tinggi di kalangan masyarakat. Soalnya rencana pengembangan busway koridor selanjutnya, seperti II dan III terus tertunda," tuturnya.

Yayat menjelaskan, sebaiknya pada pengembangannya ke depan busway tidak hanya dimonopoli oleh satu perusahaan, seperti saat ini dikuasai oleh TransJakarta. Pemprov DKI harus mengembangkan pola-pola baru dengan melibatkan para pengusaha angkutan umum lain.

"Kalau pengelolaan busway hanya diserahkan pada satu perusahaan, dia akan memonopoli. Kalau sudah begitu hasilnya tidak akan maksimal. Coba saja lihat sekarang kan feeder-feeder atau bus pengumpang tidak dibina dengan baik, sehingga tidak berjalan secara maksimal," ungkapnya.

Dia juga menyarankan, agar pengembangan jalur busway selanjutnya Pemprov DKI memperhatikan karakteristik setiap jalan. Pasalnya, karakteristik setiap jalan yang berada di luar busway koridor I berbeda.

Lebih lanjut Yayat mengatakan, jika tidak memperhatikan hal itu, dikhawatirkan keberadaan busway malah akan menambah kemacetan lalu lintas. Sebab, rata-rata ruas jalan yang berada di luar busway koridor I lebih sempit. Salah satu contohnya ruas jalan sepanjang Blok M-Kalideres, lebih sempit dibandingkan ruas jalan busway koridor I.

"Misalnya lagi pada pengembangan busway koridor II Monas-Pulogadung. Jalur busway yang digunakan memakai ruas jalan yang sudah ada. Itu tentu akan menambah kemacetan pada ruas jalan yang dipakai, karena sebelum ada busway saja sudah macet apalagi kalau ada busway. Sebab ruas jalan di sana kan sempit-sempit," katanya.

Sedangkan menurut Ketua Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia (YLKI), Indah Sukmaningsih, busway bisa dijadikan sebagai salah satu alternatif yang akan mengurai kemacetan di Jakarta. Sayangnya, kehadiran busway belum dapat menyuguhkan sebuah transportasi massal yang manusiawi bagi warga Jakarta.

ìBusway memang bisa jadi alternatif untuk pengurangan kemacetan. Tapi kalau soal menyenangkan ketika menumpang di dalamnya, belum tentu," jelas Indah.

Menurut wanita yang juga termasuk dalam anggota Dewan Transportasi Kota (DTK) ini, menyajikan transportasi yang manusiawi bukanlah perkara mudah bagi Pemprov DKI. Meski begitu, kehadiran busway sudah sepatutnya dihargai dan dimanfaatkan oleh masyarakat Jakarta.

"Bagaimana Pemprov DKI bisa mengatur masalah kemacetan di Jakarta, kalau belum apa-apa masyarakat sudah menolak. Salah satu contohnya seperti pengalihan trayek-trayek bus yang menjadi bus pengumpan," ujarnya.

Sementara itu menurut anggota DTK dari unsur perguruan tinggi, Hayati Sari Hasibuan, secara garis besar kalau dilihat dari evaluasi busway koridor I dari waktu ke waktu terlihat adanya peningkatan jumlah penumpang.

"Itu artinya, kita lihat sudah ada aspirasi yang baik dari masyarakat terhadap keberadaan busway ini. Tapi, kalau kita lihat dari sisi permintaan, pada jam-jam sibuk terlihat pengolala busway masih belum bisa memenuhi kebutuhan calon penumpang. Terutama dari sisi jumlah armada, sehingga pada saat itu busway terlihat penuh dan penumpang terpaksa harus bersesakan di dalamnya," tuturnya.

Sedangkan mengenai bus pengumpan, Hayati menilai, masih banyak yang harus dievaluasi oleh Pemprov DKI, terutama dari sisi sistem kemudahan penumpang untuk bisa mengakses hingga masuk ke jalur busway.

"Karena, kalau yang namanya bus pengumpan itu berarti penumpang bisa dengan mudah mengakses bus tersebut dari titik jalur yang tidak dilalui busway untuk menuju titik jalur busway, atau sebaliknya. Kalau sekarang yang terjadi kan masih belum maksimal. Masih banyak penumpang yang kesulitan ketika mereka ingin mengakses bus pengumpan," tandasnya. (Y-6)
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Alvin said:

Busway Corridor 2 and 3 still on schedule (December) - BUT there will be major reroutes due to delay to the completion of hub station in Harmony, which will cause traffic congestions.
sometime i'm amazed with time management of this project. A project that spans 12 months can be busy in the first 3 months then idle for 6 months and busy again in the last 3 months and it's DONE ON TIME! OMG, must've been a nightmare for its Project Manager ;)

however, it's on time and that should be a very good news for us!

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I heard they won't use Daewoo since there's no Daewoo bus distributor in Indonesia. But seems they change their mind
paradyto said:
Have a pics of Daewoo Bus???

I havent found any pics in internet. Anyway, we will buy only the chassis (plus the engine off course) and build the body here. Hopefully they'll use articulated bus for lines 2 and 3.
sanhen said:
Yes, its Korean made.
Does it run on LPG or petrol?
I knew it ;)


Busway II dan III Belum Bisa Operasi Desember

JAKARTA - Pengoperasian bus jalur khusus (busway) koridor II (Pulo Gadung-Harmoni) dan koridor III (Kalideres-Harmoni) kemungkinan tidak dapat direalisasikan pada Desember 2005. Hingga saat ini, pembangunan infrastruktur busway koridor II baru mencapai 40 persen, sedangkan koridor III baru 30 persen.

Gubernur DKI Jakarta, Sutiyoso, tak mampu menyembunyikan rasa kecewa saat meninjau lokasi proyek busway koridor II, Jumat (21/10) siang, sesaat sebelum menghadiri acara pembukaan Pasar Rakyat, di Slipi, Jakarta Barat.

Orang nomor satu di DKI itu, lalu menginstruksikan dinas terkait, yakni Dinas Perhubungan dan Dinas Pekerjaan Umum untuk mengerahkan semua sumber daya guna merealisasikan pengoperasian busway koridor II dan II sesuai target.

"Saya minta mereka (para kepala dinas, Red) untuk mengupayakan proyek ini bisa beroperasi sesuai jadwal. Saya minta mereka kerahkan semua kemampuan supaya pelayanan busway kepada masyarakat bisa berjalan sesuai rencana," kata Sutiyoso.

Secara terpisah, Kepala Dinas Pekerjaan Umum (PU) DKI Jakarta, Wisnu Subagyo mengatakan, selain masalah pembebasan tanah yang menghambat pembangunan jalur busway, Dinas PU juga diperhadapkan dengan pengadaan material proyek yang terpengaruh kenaikan harga bahan bakar minyak (BBM).

"Setelah kenaikan harga BBM, biaya untuk pengiriman material naik, sementara anggaran yang kami gunakan belum disesuaikan. Selain itu, persediaan beberapa material juga menjadi langka. Waktu ditanya, penjualnya bilang stok memang tidak ada," kata Wisnu.

Mengenai pembebasan lahan, Wisnu mengatakan, dalam minggu ini, Dinas PU akan mentransfer Rp 1,5 miliar ke Pemerintah Kota (Pemkot) Jakarta Utara untuk membebaskan bangunan milik warga di Jl Perintis Kemerdekaan. "Untuk pembebasan lahannya, masih ada delapan sertifikat yang bermasalah. Sekitar 60 persen warga sudah sepakat untuk pembebasan, 40 persen warga masih menolak," kata Wisnu.

Sebelumnya, Wali Kota Jakarta Utara, Effendi Anas mengatakan, sebelum Idul Fitri 1426 H, pihaknya akan membebaskan 53 bangunan di Jl Perintis Kemerdekaan. Bangunan yang dihitung antara lain, rumah atau gedung, pohon, hingga septic tank.

Untuk lahan yang belum bisa dibebaskan, lanjut Wisnu, pihaknya akan menerapkan pola pinjaman. Pemprov DKI akan meminjam lahan warga dan membayar, agar pembangunan infrastuktur dapat terus dilakukan. Pola pinjaman tersebut, hanya bersifat sementara karena negosiasi untuk pembebasan lahan akan terus dilakukan.

"Ada yang sudah setuju bebaskan lahan, tapi sertifikatnya sedang diagunkan di bank, jadi kita harus tunggu waktu jatuh temponya. Begitu beres urusan di bank, tanahnya langsung kita beli karena pemiliknya sudah setuju ganti-rugi," ujar Wisnu. (J-9)

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