Presentation on theme: "Putri Dina Sari El-Amir, Transjakarta Communication Associate Asia BRTS Conference, Ahmedabad."— Presentation transcript:
Putri Dina Sari El-Amir, Transjakarta Communication Associate Asia BRTS Conference, Ahmedabad
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 citys traffic; A daily inflow of > motor vehicles from Jakartas 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.
, , , ,750 1,078,663 1,465, , ,295 1,148,528 P UBLIC T RANSPORT D EMAND (trips/day) Million Trips/day Million Trips/day Million Trips/day Tangerang Bogor & Depok Bekasi
W HY BRT IN J AKARTA ? Local governments 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
T RANSJAKARTA BRT In operation: 1 st corridor: nd & 3 rd corridor: th & 7 th corridor: th corridor: th & 10 th corridor: th 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: 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 1 st 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
T ECHNOLOGY F EATURES IN T RANSJAKARTA 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 – 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 6 th corridor, all corridor will be operational by the end of this year
L EGAL AND I NSTITUTIONAL F ORM 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
T RANSJAKARTA V ISION & M ISSION S TATEMENT Vision Transjakarta as a fast, safe, efficient, humane and comfortable public transportation with international standards. Mission To reform Jakartas 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 Jakartas public transportation problems. To apply proper socialization and approaches to the citys stakeholders to help the implementation of Transjakartas 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.
K EY P ERFORMANCE F IGURES
TRANSJAKARTA P ERFORMANCE 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
T RANSJAKARTA B USWAY F INANCIAL F ACTS Cost Recovery : –2004: 89.91% –2005 : 97.51% –2006: 75.18% –2007: 59.37% –2008: 60.94% –2009: 61.30% –2010: 62.56% Revenues : –2004: Rp 39,063,108,475 –2005: Rp 55,831,672,900 –2006: Rp 130,783,673,000 –2007: Rp 205,779,781,500 –2008: Rp 248,339,552,000 –2009: Rp 274,517,532,000 –2010: Rp 288,757,425,500 –2011: Rp 379,457,500,500 –2012 (May): Rp 155,175,402,500 Approximately (in current US$ rate): 2011: USD 39,526, : USD 16,164,104 (May) US$1 = Rp. 9,600)
O PERATIONAL C HALLENGES 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
N ETWORK E XPANSION Construction of 12 th, 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th corridor as planned in the Jakarta Transportation Masterplan. 12 th corridor will be operational by the end of this year. 13 th – 15 th corridor will be built elevated
D IRECT -S ERVICE I MPLEMENTATION Based on Guangzhou BRT Incorporating existing bus routes to support Transjakarta BRT service Making Transjakarta an open system BRT Kp Rambutan Kp Melayu Senen Blok M Lebak Bulus Ragunan Blk Manggarai Ps Minggu P.20 S.612 S.66 P.20 T.57 S.75 KORIDOR 6
S TATION E XPANSION Implementation of multiple sub stops to accommodate direct-service with overtaking lane at every station.
N EW S TATION D ESIGN New station design to promote a better image of Transjakarta as an integral part to the life of Jakarta citizens.