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									                 TRANSJAKARTA – BUSWAY
                               BRT SYSTEM

Asia BRTS Conference, Ahmedabad

Putri Dina Sari El-Amir,
Transjakarta Communication Associate
OUTLINES
I. BACKGROUND
II. INFRASTRUCTURE, OPERATIONAL,
     ORGANIZATIONAL, AND BUSINESS MODEL
III. KEY PERFORMANCE FIGURES
IV. FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
Transport in Jakarta at glance
• The number of motor vehicles in Jakarta
  currently stands at 6.7 million and
  increases by 11% per year;
• 296 new four-wheeled motor vehicles are
  added daily to the city’s traffic;
• A daily inflow of >700.000 motor vehicles
  from Jakarta’s surrounding cities, brings an
  estimated 1.6 million people;
• The low ratio of public transportation
  vehicles to private vehicles (92.8);
• Low capacity of public transport of 17
  million trips daily, only 53% are taken by
  public transportation;
• The poor condition of public transportation
  vehicles, which also gradually decrease in
  number.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEMAND
(trips/day)                              5.302.194
                                           7.384.939
                    847,750                  9.445.808
                  1,078,663
                  1,465,912
Tangerang                                                            Bekasi
                                                           545,310
                                                           693,099
                                                           940,834



 2002       7.3 Million Trips/day              620,702
                                               791,295
 2010       9.9 Million Trips/day              1,148,528
 2020       13 Million Trips/day

                                    Bogor & Depok
          WHY BRT IN JAKARTA?
• Local government’s responsibility to provide good
  public transport system
• Faster time of construction
• Road infrastructure supports the system
• Flexibility in determining the bus route
• Suitable infrastructure for transition before the
  implementation of bigger system such as Subway
• Efficient usage of road space
• Success stories in other cities in the world
                   TRANSJAKARTA BRT
• In operation:
    − 1st corridor: 2004
    − 2nd & 3rd corridor: 2006
    − 4th & 7th corridor: 2007
    − 8th corridor: 2009
    − 9th & 10th corridor: 2011
    − 11th corridor: 2012
• Closed trunk BRT system
• Network-based System
• Off-board fare collection
• High platform-median BRT station
• Public sector bus procurement and
  private sector bus operation
• Flat Fare throughout the system
 TRANSJAKARTA
SYSTEM NETWORK

Length of Corridor:
191.25 km (11 corridors)
Number of Stations:
206 shelters (spacing ± 1 km)
Number of Routes: 21 routes
Feeder Service: 3 routes
Fleet Size: 544 buses (73 articulated)
Fleet Fuel: CNG except 1st corridor
Number of Operators: 9 operators
Number of Bus Depots: 8 depots
Employee: more than 5,500
Fare: IDR 3,500 (0.4 USD), free transfer
Transjakarta
 Route Map
 With 11 corridors,
    the network is
expanded up to 25
routes, minimizing
       transfer for
        Passenger
TECHNOLOGY FEATURES IN TRANSJAKARTA
  1. GPS-based vehicle tracking system
  2. Onboard CCTV
  3. Online CCTV system for BRT station
    – 203 CCTV cameras, 30 of which are shared through
      the website at www.transjakarta.co.id
    – 48 are also monitored live via Fibre Optic
      connection, the rest use on-site recording
  4. e-Ticketing system
    – contactless smart card
    – 3 type of payment: JakCard, Single Trip, and Multi
      Trip
    – currently operational for 6th corridor, all corridor
      will be operational by the end of this year
LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FORM
• Transjakarta is managed by BLU Transjakarta, a
  technical agency under supervision of Jakarta
  Transportation Agency
• BLU Transjakarta is a government body with
  flexibility in some financial aspect such as:
  – Government agency that is allowed to sell its
    services to the public.
  – Revenues can be directly used for operation. Non-
    BLU government agencies are not allowed to do this.
  – Also allowed to receive subsidy
TRANSJAKARTA VISION & MISSION STATEMENT
                                       Vision
              Transjakarta as a fast, safe, efficient, humane and
             comfortable public transportation with international
                                  standards.

                                       Mission
             •   To reform Jakarta’s public transportation system and
                 the manners of its users.
             •   To provide a public transportation service that is
                 more reliable, of better quality, fairer to its users and
                 operates with a guaranteed continuity in Jakarta.
             •   To provide a medium-long-term solution to Jakarta’s
                 public transportation problems.
             •   To apply proper socialization and approaches to the
                 city’s stakeholders to help the implementation of
                 Transjakarta’s integrated transportation system.
             •   To accelerate the implementation of the busway
                 network in Jakarta while considering practicability,
                 public acceptability and easy of implementation.
             •   To develop a management institution with
                 continuity.
             •   To develop a public service agency based on good
                 corporate governance, accountability and
                 transparency.
KEY PERFORMANCE FIGURES
TRANSJAKARTA PERFORMANCE
               • Ridership (pax) per year :
                  – 2004         : 15,942,423
                  – 2005         : 20,798,196
                  – 2006         : 38,828,039
                  – 2007         : 61,446,336
                  – 2008         : 74,619,995
                  – 2009         : 82,377,670
                  – 2010         : 86,937,287
                  – 2011         : 114,783,774
                  Highest one-day passenger
                  record:
                  383,031 (July 2011)


              With 8 years in operation, Transjakarta
              passengers has increased almost 8
              times since its opening year
TRANSJAKARTA BUSWAY FINANCIAL FACTS

•   Revenues :                            •   Cost Recovery :
–   2004         : Rp    39,063,108,475   –   2004        : 89.91%
–   2005         : Rp    55,831,672,900   –   2005        : 97.51%
–   2006         : Rp   130,783,673,000   –   2006        : 75.18%
–   2007         : Rp   205,779,781,500   –   2007        : 59.37%
–   2008         : Rp   248,339,552,000   –   2008        : 60.94%
–   2009         : Rp   274,517,532,000   –   2009        : 61.30%
–   2010         : Rp   288,757,425,500   –   2010        : 62.56%
–   2011         : Rp   379,457,500,500
–   2012 (May)   : Rp   155,175,402,500

Approximately (in current US$ rate):
     2011: USD 39,526,822.97
     2012: USD 16,164,104 (May)
            (@ US$1 = Rp. 9,600)
OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES
 • Limited CNG supply
    – only 5 CNG station in Jakarta to serve all the Transjakarta
      fleet
    – causing loss of service time of the fleet

 • Mixed traffic and unsterilized lanes
    – encroachment by motorcycles and cars
    – substantial mixed traffic segment in almost all corridors

 • Insufficient fleet supply
    – highly increasing demand
FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
NETWORK EXPANSION
• Construction of 12th,
  13th, 14th, and 15th
  corridor as planned in
  the Jakarta
  Transportation
  Masterplan.
• 12th corridor will be
  operational by the end
  of this year.
• 13th – 15th corridor will
  be built elevated
DIRECT-SERVICE IMPLEMENTATION
                              P.20          Senen
                                                                             • Based on
                                                                               Guangzhou BRT
                                                    Manggarai
                                                                             • Incorporating
               S.66
                                            S.612                              existing bus routes
                                                           Kp Melayu           to support
                                                                               Transjakarta BRT
        Blok M           KORIDOR 6
                                                    T.57
                                                                               service
                                                                             • Making
                      S.612
                                       Ps Minggu
                                                                               Transjakarta an
                                                                               open system BRT
Lebak   P.20                         S.75
Bulus



               Ragunan Blk                                     Kp Rambutan
STATION EXPANSION




 • Implementation of multiple sub stops to
   accommodate direct-service with overtaking lane
   at every station.
NEW STATION DESIGN




• New station design to promote a better image of
  Transjakarta as an integral part to the life of Jakarta citizens.
Thank You




www.transjakarta.co.id
 @BLUTransjakarta

								
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