Jakarta LRT

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Jakarta LRT
LRT Jakarta Logo.png
LRT Jakarta - Hyundai Rotem LRV in Boulevard Utara Station.jpg
Jakarta LRT at Boulevard Utara station
Overview
OwnerGovernment of Jakarta
LocaleJakarta, Indonesia
Transit typeLight metro
Number of lines1
Number of stations6 (first phase)
Websitewww.lrtjakarta.co.id
Operation
Began operation1 December 2019
Operator(s)PT LRT Jakarta
(PT Jakarta Propertindo)
CharacterElevated
Number of vehiclesEight two-car trainsets
Headway10 minutes
Technical
System length5.8 km (3.6 mi) (first phase)[1]
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)[1]
Electrification750V (DC) third rail[2]
Top speed80 km/h

The Jakarta Light Rail Transit (Jakarta LRT) (Indonesian: Lintas Rel Terpadu Jakarta, lit. "Jakarta Integrated Rail Line") is one of the light metro systems in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. It is being implemented by the Jakarta provincial government.[3] The first phase of the LRT, from Velodrome to Pegangsaan Dua, began commercial operations on 1 December 2019.[4]

Jakarta LRT is operated by PT LRT Jakarta, a subsidiary of municipally-owned property and infrastructure company PT Jakarta Propertindo (Jakpro).

Background[edit]

Hyundai Rotem LRV leaving Velodrome station during a limited trial run on 7 September 2018

The Jakarta light rail transit project aims to tackle Jakarta's high road traffic congestion.[5] The rolling stock comes from Hyundai Rotem from South Korea. Each trainset consists of two cars and will be able to carry 270 to 278 passengers. There will be a total of 16 cars.[1] Platform screen doors by ST Engineering Electronics will be installed at all stations.

A public trial run began on 11 June 2019 between Boulevard Utara and Velodrome stations, with free admission to registered ticket holders.[6]

Network[edit]

  • Jakarta LRT S.svg Phase 1 - Pegangsaan Dua - Velodrome, along 5.8 km[7]
  • Jakarta LRT S.svg Phase 2A - Pegangsaan Dua - Jakarta International Stadium, along 7.5 km
  • Jakarta LRT S.svg Phase 2B - Velodrome - Klender[8]
  • Jakarta LRT S.svg Phase 3A - Jakarta International Stadium - Rajawali
  • Jakarta LRT S.svg Phase 3B - Klender - Halim[8]
Station Number Jakarta LRT S.svg Station Name Interchange/Notes City
Phase 1
S-01 Pegangsaan Dua Terminal station North Jakarta
S-02 Boulevard Utara
S-03 Boulevard Selatan
S-04 Pulomas Koridor 2 Transjakarta Koridor 2 Transjakarta K2-3 Pulomas

 M2  Kelapa Gading Timur (planned)

East Jakarta
S-05 Equestrian
S-06 Velodrome Terminus until the completion of Phase 2

Koridor 4 Transjakarta (4C) Koridor 4 Transjakarta (4H) (4K) (4M) (7M) K4-5 Pemuda Rawamangun

Bus Terminal Rawamangun Bus Terminal (via short walk)

Construction of Route 1 started on 22 June 2016. The first six kilometers of the route connecting the Kelapa Gading Depot to Velodrome Station was 29.61% complete by 26 June 2017. It was expected to be operational before the 2018 Asian Games.[9] However, this did not happen as construction is not yet finished and the Indonesia Asian Games Organizing Committee (INASGOC) considered that buses would be more effective in transporting the athletes.[10][11]

The test run for the LRT was initially scheduled for 10 August, however was delayed to 15 August 2018. Phase 1 was planned to begin operation in February, 2019.[12] After several delays, the line opened for free public trial run from July to late November 2019. Commercial operations began on 1 December 2019.[13][14]

Planned Line[edit]

  • Kemayoran - Kelapa Gading along 21.6 km
  • Joglo - Tanah Abang along 11 km
  • Puri Kembangan - Tanah Abang along 9.3 km
  • Pesing - Kelapa Gading along 20.7 km
  • Pesing - Soekarno-Hatta Airport along 18.5 km
  • Cempaka Putih - Ancol along 10 km.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Ramadhan, Ardito (14 April 2018). "Ini Spesifikasi Kereta LRT yang Tiba di Jakarta". KOMPAS.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  2. ^ Fahd, Zacky (3 December 2017). "Eksklusif: Ini Dia Foto Sarana Kereta LRT Jakarta Kelapa Gading – Velodrome!". KAORI Nusantara (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Rencana LRT di Jakarta". Kompas (in Indonesian). Jakarta. 11 September 2015. Archived from the original on 11 October 2015. Retrieved 21 September 2015.
  4. ^ "LRT Jakarta Fare to be Valid per December 1". Tempo. Retrieved 22 November 2019.
  5. ^ Eka, Aditya (13 September 2018). "Laporan Perjalanan: Inilah Kesan Pertama Kereta LRT Jakarta - KAORI Nusantara". KAORI Nusantara (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  6. ^ "LRT Jakarta starts free public trial on Tuesday". 10 June 2019.
  7. ^ Media, Kompas Cyber (24 August 2018). "Kemenhub Lakukan Operasional Terbatas untuk LRT Kelapa Gading - Kompas.com". KOMPAS.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 September 2018.
  8. ^ a b Sulistyo, Bayu Tri (1 November 2020). "Tidak Jadi ke Manggarai, Trase LRT Jakarta Digeser ke Klender". Railway Enthusiast Digest (in Indonesian). Retrieved 27 March 2021.
  9. ^ "In August 2018, Kelapa Gading-Rawamangun LRT to Commence Operation".
  10. ^ Wuragil, Zacharias (12 August 2018). "Duh, LRT Jakarta Akhirnya Gagal Ikut Asian Games". Tempo (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 August 2018.
  11. ^ "LRT gagal beroperasi saat Asian Games Jakarta" (in Indonesian). Antara. 11 April 2018. Retrieved 26 August 2018.
  12. ^ Manurung, M Yusuf (15 August 2018). "Kantongi Izin dari Kemenhub, Hari Ini LRT Uji Operasi". Tempo (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 August 2018.
  13. ^ Kartika, Mimi (3 June 2019). "Peresmian LRT Jakarta Diundur, Ini Penjelasan Anies". Republika Online. Republika Online. Retrieved 3 June 2019.
  14. ^ Agung Sandy Lesmana and Stephanus Aranditio (21 June 2019). "Skybridge Rampung, Stasiun LRT Velodrome Resmi Terintegrasi Halte Busway".

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