HRH Prince of Woles
Rail-based MRT Jakarta will stretch over ±110.3 km Jakarta roads, consists of South-North Corridor (Lebak Bulus – Kampung Bandan) of about 23,3 km and East-West Corridor of about 87 km.
• The construction of South-North Corridor that stretches along Lebak Bulus – Kampung Bandan will be carried out in 2 stages:
- Stage I will be carried out to connect Lebak Bulus with Bundaran HI over 15.2 km railway with 13 stations (7 elevated stations and 6 underground stations) which is targeted to operate by the end of 2016.
- Stage II will expand South-North Corridor from Bundaran HI to Kampung Bandan over 8.1 km railway, which construction will have been initiated before Stage I operates and is targeted to be completed on 2018 (from the earlier target of 2020). Feasibility study for this stage has been completed.
• A pre-feasibility study is on progress for East-West Corridor, which is targeted to operate at the latest on 2024-2027.
MRT Jakarta Future Network The rail-based Jakarta MRT is planned to stretch across ± 110.3 kilometres, which includes the 23.3 kilometres for the North-South Corridor (Lebak Bulus-Kampung Bandan) and 87 kilometres for East- West Corridor.
The North-South corridor will be built in two phases.
•Phase I, will be constructed in advance connects Lebak Bulus to Bundaran HI along 15.2 km including 13 stations (7 elevated stations and 6 underground stations), targeted to operate at the end of 2016. Basic Engineering Design started in November 2009 and will be completed in 14 months.
•Phase II, will extend the North-South line from Bundaran HI to Kampung Bandan along 8.1 Km (+8 underground stations), targeted to operate in 2018 (accelerated from 2020 as the original plan). Feasibility study already completed.
While the east-west corridor currently is in pre-feasibility study phase. This line is targeted to operate in 2024.
Part III | Jakarta MRT
source : MRT Jakarta