TransJakarta Corridors are routes operated under the TransJakarta bus rapid transit system branding. In , TransJakarta served Due to the notable traffic jams in the Jabodetabek area, the operational hours of both Transjakarta and KRL Jabodetabek have been steadily extended, especially since Jokowi became governor. Later on, Ahok and Anies Baswedan each made improvements to the TransJakarta system by funding for additional vehicles and opening new feeder lines.
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TransJakarta Corridors are routes operated under the TransJakarta bus rapid transit system branding. In , TransJakarta served Due to the notable traffic jams in the Jabodetabek area, the operational hours of both Transjakarta and KRL Jabodetabek have been steadily extended, especially since Jokowi became governor. Later on, Ahok and Anies Baswedan each made improvements to the TransJakarta system by funding for additional vehicles and opening new feeder lines. TransJakarta currently operates 13 BRT corridors, utilising dedicated bus lanes which are closed to normal vehicles.
TransJakarta has the longest BRT network in the world, with the main corridor length totaling All Transjakarta services operate from Amari and andini only stop at the selected stations.
In December , the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy ITDP announced that 6 corridors out of the then 12 corridors won bronze category in the international standards. TransJakarta serves 13 operational main corridors with 2 more planned.
All main corridors uses high BRT stops and the bus stops at all shelters in a corridor. The first corridor began operation at February The latest, Corridor 13, started operation in August Since October 23, , a 'bypass route' has operated between Monas and Ragunan, but only between the hours of Bypass routes use other corridor s to avoid traffic jams within the regular corridor.
On May 19, , the route was extended 7. The bus then continues to Galur. The bus then terminates there. The bus enters the toll road after Penas Kalimalang and then exits the toll road prior to the Plumpang Pertamina bus stop, then continues through regular corridor towards Tanjung Priok. A bypass route between Cililitan and Dukuh Atas also operates between Bypass routes use other corridor s to avoid traffic jams in regular corridor.
Corridor 13 is the first Transjakarta corridor to operate on a primarily elevated route, running via a 9 kilometre long, 8 metre wide, dedicated bus bridge, with height ranging from 18 to 23 metres above ground level. A trial of the bridge operated on May 15, The route soft launched on August 14, , with official operation starting 2 days later. The two main route variations are the Transjakarta Regular route, operating all stops for a 20 minute end-to-end journey, and the Transjakarta Express route, stopping only at CSW and Velbak stations, taking 10 minutes end-to-end.
On November 12, , PT. Transjakarta opened a new bus stop at CBD Ciledug. In the past, Transjakarta has slated the development of two future corridors, likely taking the same approach as Corridor 13 and operating via an elevated busway.
These future corridors include:. As well as the regular corridors, Transjakarta Busway operates cross-route corridors also called express-corridors or union-corridors, aiming at narrowing the headway of some corridors.
As at April , the corridors include: . In late October , TransJakarta launched 6 alternative cross-corridor and express routes to alleviate the additional traffic caused by infrastructure projects preparing for the Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang.
Note: L2 has since been withdrawn since the travel time was not as expected L10A and L10B was merged into L10 with 2 directions. In cooperation with other bus operators, TransJakarta has two feeder bus networks that continue on the ordinary roads beyond the exclusive bus lanes. Since August 1, TransJakarta stations no longer sell non-TransJakarta tickets and feeder bus passengers must buy a TransJakarta ticket to enter the stations and also pay for a ticket inside the feeder buses.
Some routes are also operated by special buses with both kerb-level entry and busway-level entry, either operated by Kopaja with their buses under the Transjakarta brand, or by a specialised Transjakarta fleet operating under the name Minitrans. Starting on January 4, , all 6 BKTB buses will be replaced by 20 mid-size buses likes Kopaja buses with the tariff is decreased to Rp 3, from Rp 6, previously same as other TransJakarta Regular buses tariff.
The buses were provided with a smartcard validator, a passenger counter and a GPS. On May 26, , TransJakarta launched 2 new corridors from 10 corridors planned from Tangerang to Jakarta vice versa with ticket only Rp 3, The cross-border feeder network was previously known as Transjabodetabek , however buses servicing theses routes have been rebranded to Transjakarta, as Transjabodetabek now refers to buses servicing the Jabodetabek area not run by Transjakarta and are not integrated to the busway network.
Buses servicing these routes are now either Transjakarta contractor-operated with standard buses or operated by low-entry buses, operating under Metrotrans. TransJakarta's premium service, Royaltrans , began operation on March 12, Royaltrans is operated by PT Transportasi Jakarta TransJakarta with Mercedes-Benz OH buses with special fittings including coach-style seats and personal adjustable air-conditioner vents. This service is related with the odd-even policy in the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road.
The aim is to serve passengers going to and from PRJ, which will increase during the event. The feeder is for low-class income people of Rental Apartment Rusunawa. The Train Station Feeder network was launched on April 4, , with four routes from Tebet train station connecting 3 TransJakarta corridors. Routes to corridors 5 and 7 operate through Kampung Melayu, connecting to corridor 5, then through Jalan Jatinegara Barat, turning around to Kebon Pala and heading to Jalan Jatinegara Timur, Kampung Melayu Terminal, then passing through corridor 7 and heading to Jalan Otista.
It will then turn back at Bidara Cina to return to Tebet Station. The services operate with frequent 5 minute headways. The following is a list of routes as of January The Jak Lingko integration program is a program that aims to integrate all transportation modes in Jakarta, including the Angkot operators, that have been integrated under the Transjakarta brand.
The integrated angkot service is known as Mikrotrans. The concept is that travelling with TransJakarta services aside from Royal Trans under 3 hours will only cost a maximum of Rp 5, All Mikrotrans units are equipped with a smartcard reader, accepting only Jak Lingko cards. Since the opening of the Tanah Abang Skywalk, 8 Mikrotrans routes serve an interchange underneath the Skywalk. This route does not operate within the dedicated lanes, instead going through the main road from Harmoni-Thamrin-Sudirman and back.
The aim is to drop off and pick up workers that can't go through Thamrin and Sudirman roads as an impact of the odd-even rule. On December 21, , PT. Transportasi Jakarta launched a new free bus service, operating as a feeder to get around the suburb of Tanah Abang.
TransJakarta serves 6 free routes using double decker buses. These routes are intended to be routes to promote Jakarta's tour sites. The routes are: . It is to follow March 5, policy that the policy is not so firm. Due to four bus shelters at Margonda street and ten bus shelters at Juanda street not being finished, all passengers should exit at Depok Bus Terminal.
The blue color integration card of TransJakarta-KWK price is Rp 15, for a month,  while TransJakarta card or is called e-ticket has brown color. Integration contract with KWK feeder ends on December 31, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. TransJakarta Overview Locale Jakarta , Indonesia Transit type bus rapid transit Number of lines 13 operation ,  2 planned and more than 10 feeder lines Number of stations Daily ridership 1. Indonesia portal. The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 8 April January 18, PT Transportasi Jakarta.
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List of TransJakarta corridors
The first BRT system in Southeast Asia, it commenced operations on 15 January to provide a fast public transport system to help reduce rush hour traffic. The system is considered as the first revolutionary public transit mode in the capital city of Indonesia. TransJakarta has the world's longest BRT system As of February , it serves an average of 1.
Kaliadem - Kota
Operating days this week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Choose any of the 12A bus stops below to find updated real-time schedules and to see their route map. View on Map. When does the Kaliadem - Kota Bus come? Click here for live arrival times and to see the full schedule for Kaliadem - Kota Bus that is closest to your location. For TransJakarta bus service alerts, please check the Moovit App. In addition, get real-time info on bus status, bus delays, changes of bus routes, changes of stops locations, and any service changes.