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Surabaya mass rapid transportation (smart)

  1. 1. PEMERINTAH KOTA SURABAYA TAHUN 2013 Surabaya Mass Rapid Transportation (SMART) Tram and Monorail Project
  2. 2. SURABAYA CITY OVERVIEW
  3. 3. SURABAYA CITY ON EAST JAVA REGIONAL NATIONAL AND GERBANGKERTOSUSILA (GKS) SCOPE Kawasan Perkotaan Inti Kota Surabaya Kawasan Perkotaan di Sekitarnya Kab. Gresik Kab. Bangkalan B C A Kab. Mojokerto Kota Mojokerto Kab. Sidoarjo Kab. Lamongan • East Java through GKS is a center of Eastern Indonesia (KTI) • Surabaya as the capital of East Java is becoming a core area of GKS • GKS total population in 2011 of 9.166.755 and 30,34% were in Surabaya
  4. 4. 4 MEDAN SEMARANG YOGYAKARTA DENPASAR MATARAM KUPANG AMBON MAKASSAR KENDARI BIAK MANADOSINGAPURA KUALALUMPUR BALIKPAPAN SURABAYA TAIPEIHONGKONG JAKARTA BANDUNG SAUDI ARABIA JEDDAH SORONG BANDAR S.BEGAWAN BATAM PADANG BANJARMASIN TARAKAN PALANGKARAYA RUTE DOMESTIK RUTE INTERNASIONAL S u r a b a y a a s t h e g a t e o f E a s t J a v a Juanda Airport: 21 Airlines, 24.000 Passengers, 240 movements/day Tanjung Perak : 17 Shipping companies, 14.915 visits, 2.138 International arrival Railways : 24 Main Train Reguler Remote Jakarta – Surabaya
  5. 5. TOTAL POPULATION P o p u l a t i o n a n d n u m b e r o f v e h i c l e i n S u r a b a y a C i t y Population growth leads to the growth of private vehicle users and the growth in the number of private vehicles is far above the population growth 2008 2009 2010 2011 Jumlah Penduduk 2,903,382 2,938,225 2,929,528 3,024,321 Jumlah Sepeda Motor 1,028,686 3,007,739 4,465,144 5,726,514 Jumlah Mobil 244,435 526,837 823,849 974,266 2,903,382 2,938,225 2,929,528 3,024,321 1,028,686 3,007,739 4,465,144 5,726,514 244,435 526,837 823,849 974,266 - 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 3.500.000 3.000.000 2.784.196 2.903.382 2.938.225 2.929.528 3.024.321 Grafik Jmlh Pertambahan Penduduk Surabaya 2007 - 2011 65-22% 1,1-3,3% 53-15%
  6. 6. • Traffic congestion on various protocol roads in Surabaya is driven by the increasing number of vehicles • In 2012 there were additional 1,402,190 units of motorcycles, the number increased when compared to the year 2011 amounted to 1.27466 million Sumber: METROPOLIS-Around Surabaya, Jawa Pos, Sabtu 27 April 2013 Sumber: METROPOLIS, Jawa Pos, minggu 28 April 2013 T h e R e a l i t y i n S u r a b a y a C i t y
  7. 7. D i s t r i b u t i o n o f P o p u l a t i o n a n d A c t i v i t y C e n t e r s ● An adequate public transport infrastructure is needed to support the mobility of community from their residential to workplace and activity centers. ● A distribution of activity centers encourages community mobility and it has potential as traffic generation and attraction. Terminal, Stasiun Pelabuhan Perdagangan jasa Fasum industri Pergudangan Distribution Location of Settlements Location of Activity Centers
  8. 8. T r a n s p o r t S t r a t e g y i n S u r a b a y a S p a t i a l P l a n Development and construction of an integrated transport system through the development of mass transit to improve transportation services and control the use of private transport
  9. 9. CITY TRANSPORTATION
  10. 10. COMPARISON OF TOTAL VEHICLES IN EAST JAVA AND SURABAYA IN 2011 T o t a l V e h i c l e s i n S u r a b a y a • In 2011 total vehicle in East Java was 10.645.817 • Total vehicles in Surabaya was 6.700.780 or + 62% of vehicle in East Java • Total of the biggest East Java PKB came from Surabaya amounted to Rp. 967,1 Milyar  East : Rp. 328,2 M (33,93%)  North : Rp. 255,3 M (26,39%)  West : Rp. 212,1 M (21,93%)  South : Rp. 171,5 M (17,73%) 6,700,780 10,645,817 - 2,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 8,000,000 10,000,000 12,000,000 Kota Surabaya Propinsi Jawa Timur Kota Surabaya Propinsi Jawa Timur Year Motorcycles Cars 2008 1.028.686 244.435 2009 3.007.739 526.837 2010 4.465.144 823.849 2011 5.726.514 974.266
  11. 11. TYPE OF VEHICLE YEAR 2008 2009 2010 2011 HEAVY GOODS VEHICLES 154 361 397 547 MOTORCYCLES 1.028.686 3.007.739 4.465.144 5.726.514 TRUCK 135.308 205.885 226.474 280.388 BUS 776 6.690 8.944 11.698 PRIVATE CARS 244.435 526.837 823.849 974.266 TOTAL 1.409.360 3.747.512 5.524.808 6.993.413 CRITERIA YEAR 2008 2009 2010 2011 ROAD LENGTH (Km) 1.400 1.421,52 1.426,152 1.426,647 Table of total vehicle (based on type) year 2008 - 2011 Total Road Length (km) year 2008-2011 C o m p a r i s o n o f t h e n u m b e r o f P r i v a t e V e h i c l e a n d R o a d L e n g t h The growth of motorcycle that reaches more than 20% per year and the growth of private cars that excess 15% per year can not be balanced by the growth of network and road capacity
  12. 12. Mayjen Sungkono HR Muhammad Kertajaya Panjang Jiwo 1,075 1,025 0,948 1,046 0,709 0,740 17.00-18.00 07.15-08.15 17.00-18.00 08.00-09.00 07.30-08.30 1,345 1,108 1,096 0,813 0,617 15.45-16.45 06.30-07.30 18.30-19.30 06.15-0715 06.30-07.30 16.45-17.45 0,574 16.00-17.00 0,702 0,669 06.45-0745 1,096 06.30-07.30 18.30-1930 0,625 17.15-18.15 V/C per direction B-T Time T-B Time Name of Roads Ahmad Yani 1,221 V/C per direction U-S Name of Roads Wonokromo Darmo (KBS-AL FALAH) Diponegoro Urip Sumoharjo Darmo 1,448 0,956 1,104 0,976 0,969 0,668 0,575 0,754 1,045 0,615 0,772 07.00-08.00 16.30-17.30 07.45-8.45 16.00-17.00 08.00-09.00 15.15-16.15 07.45-08.45 16.30-17.30 07.30-08.30 15.45-16.45 07.45-08.45 16.00-17.00 1,794 1,613 1,432 1,214 1,399 1,142 0,675 0,680 1,232 1,001 0,962 0,790 07.00-08.00 18.30-17.30 07.00-08.00 16.30-17.30 07.15-08.15 16.00-17.00 06.00-07.00 17.00-18.00 06.15-07.15 16.00-17.00 07.15-08.15 16.15-17.15 Time S-U Time Darmo - Urip Sumoharjo Basuki Rahmad Bundaran Satelit Viaduct Gubeng Wonokromo T r a f f i c S i t u a t i o n Density and VC Ration in several areas of Surabaya has already high
  13. 13. Angguna 0.17% Bus Kota Besar 0.14% Bus Kota Sedang 0.03% Kend. Dinas 0.21% Lainnya 28.42% Mikrolet/Bemo 5.79% Mobil Pribadi 1.60% Sepeda Motor 50.95% Sepeda/Becak 12.56% Taxi Argo 0.11% Taxi Non Argo 0.03% Bekerja 24.52% Belanja 7.69% Bisnis 0.24% Kep. Sosial 0.40%Lainnya 3.09% Pulang 49.70% Sekolah/Kursu s 14.36% Industri/Pabrik 5.34% Lainnya 8.06% Pasar/Toko 12.39% Perkantoran 8.23% Rumah 49.81% Sawah/Tambak 0.12% Sekolah 15.87% Terminal 0.18% Industri/Pabrik 5.30% Lainnya 8.11% Pasar/Toko 12.31% Perkantoran 8.21% Rumah 50.05% Sawah/Tambak 0.13% Sekolah 15.73% Terminal 0.16% BASED ON MODE THAT IS USED BASED ON THE PURPOSE OF TRAVEL BASED ON THE ORIGIN OF TRAVEL BASED ON THE DESTINATION Sumber: Studi permodelan transportasi,Dishub Pemkot surabaya 2012) T r a v e l C h a r a c t e r i s t i c o f 2 0 1 2
  14. 14. T r i p G e n e r a t i o n • Based on a Demand Study from Surabaya Transport Modeling Study shows that key passenger travel of pull areas are in the center of the city, with the addition of some suburban areas. • More than 50% of vehicle operating in Surabaya is motorcycle • It can be seen that North-South corridors have high demand.
  15. 15. M i k r o l e t K e r e t a A p i B i s K o t a T a k s i A n g g u n a S i t u a t i o n o f P u b l i c T r a n s p o r t S e r v i c e s u m 1. Rail networks serve inter -city/ regency routes (regional) 2. There are many crossings 1. The certainty of departures 2. Headway 2-20 minutes 3. Operating speed < 15 km/ hour 1. The certainty of departures 2. Headway 10 – 60 minutes 3. Serves north-south routes, 4.Allowed to drop and take passenger not in a bus-stop 1. Quality of service 2.Serve all routes by request 3.Private operator (company) 1. Unscheduled 2.The number has decreased 3.Serve all routes by request 4.Mostly owned by individual B u s K o t a The interest in the use of public transport is low so that need quality improvement as one solution to overcome the problems of transportation and provide options for road users in performing their activities
  16. 16. THE EFFORTS IN OVERCOMING TRANSPORT ISSUES
  17. 17. PRIMARY ARTERY SECONDARY ARTERY PRIMARY COLLECTOR SECONDARY COLLECTORC TOLL ROAD OWRR (OUTER WEST RING ROAD) MWRR (MIDLE WEST RING ROAD) 12345 67 2 3 4 5 6 LAMONG PORT TJ.PERAK PORT JUANDA AIR PORT MWRR (MIDLE WEST RING ROAD) SURABAYA-GEMPOL TOL ROAD (EXISTING) SURABAYA- MOJOKERTO TOL ROAD (EXISTING) WARU JUANDA - TOL ROAD (EXISTING) MERR (MIDLE EAST RING ROAD) OERR (OUTER EAST RING ROAD) SURABAYA- GRESIK TOL ROAD (EXISTING) SURAMADU BRIDGE HIGHWAY ROAD FRONTAGE ROAD JL. AHMAD YANI + FRONTAGE ROAD (EXISTING) JL. KENJERAN(EXISTING) 1 M a i n r o a d n e t w o r k d e v e l o p m e n t
  18. 18. I IIIII IV V VI VII •Length ± 26, 657 km •The function is to reduce the congestion on the North-South corridor Surabaya D i v i s i o n o f W e s t R i n g R o a d ( 2 0 1 2 - 2 0 1 5 ) Length of Inner West Ring Road along ± 13,91 km from Greges to jl. Mastrip Outer West Ring Road Center West Ring Road
  19. 19.  Development Plan of Outer East Ring Road be done gradually (long-term) from the access of Suramadu Bridge to Gunung Anyar (Kali Perbatasan)- P0ndok Tjandra, with : 1. Total of Length Road= 16,542 Km 2. Width of the Road = 40 – 60 m D i v i s i o n o f E a s t R i n g R o a d MERR IIB MERR IIA MERR IIC SISI GUNUNG ANYAR • MERR IIA (1625 m) AND MERR IIB (2850 m) HAS BEEN CONSTRUCTED AND OPERATE • MERR IIC ROAD LENGTH= 6.250 M, ROW 40 M WITH TOTAL LAND OF 261.154 M2 • THE FOLLOWING EVENTS OF 2013-2014 ARE ON GUNUNG ANYAR SIDE Middle East Ring Road ( s/d 2014) Outer East Ring Road (2012 – 2017)
  20. 20. Public transport development policy is geared to quickly implement an integrated mass transit (Simart / Surabaya Integrated Mass Rapid Transit) POLICY OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT IN SURABAYA P u b l i c T r a n s p o r t S e r v i c e I m p r o v e m e n t
  21. 21. I N T E G R A TON IMASS TRANSIT AKAP / AKDP BUS CITY BUS RAIL ANGKOT TRANSPORT PLAN Integrating inter-mode transport (land, sea, air) D e v e l o p m e n t o f a n I n t e g r a t e d M a s s T r a n s p o r t S y s t e m
  22. 22. Sumber : Pra Studi Kelayakan AUMC Pemkot Sby (2012) T h e P l a n o f M o n o r a i l & T r a m T r a c k KETERANGAN : MONORAIL TRAM No Stasiun Hinterland US-1 Joyoboyo Trem Terminal Intermoda US-2 Bonbin Kebun Binatang, Masjid dan Sekolah US-3 Taman Bungkul Taman, Rumah Sakit US-4 Bintoro Sekolah US-5 Pandegiling Hotel, Perdagangan, Bank, Travel US-6 Panglima Sudirman Pasar Modern US-7 Kombepol M Duryat Toko Buku, Exhibition, Hotel, Pusat Kuline US-8 Tegalsari Pusat Kuliner, Pusat Perbelanjaan US-9 Embong Malang Pusat Perbelanjaan, Pasar Modern, Hote US-10 Kedungdoro Pusat Onderdil, Pusat Perhiasan, Hotel, Pusat K US-11 Pasar Blauran Pusat Perbelanjaan, Pusat sepatu, Pusat Kuliner, Pus US-12 Bubutan Pusat Mur Baut US-13 Pasar Turi Museum, Pasar Modern, Kantor Pemerinta US-14 Kemayoran Gedung DPRD, Masjid, Sekolah, Heritage US-15 Indrapura Kantor Pemerintah US-16 Rajawali Pusat Perbelanjaan US-17 Jembatan Merah Pusat Perbelanjaan, Heritage, Hotel, Pusat Perda US-18 Veteran Pusat Perkantoran US-19 Tugu Pahlawan Pusat Perkantoran US-20 Baliwerti Pusat Perdagangan US-21 Siola Pusat sepatu, Pusat Kuliner, Heritage US-22 Genteng Pusat Oleh-oleh US-23 Tunjungan Hotel, Perdagangan, Bank, Travel US-24 Gub. Suryo Sekolah, Gedung Kesenian US-25 Bambu Runcing Pusat Perkantoran US-26 Sonokembang Pusat Perkantoran Nomor Nama Stasiun BT-1 Kejawan Tr BT-2 Mulyosari Fe BT-3 ITS Se BT-4 GOR kertajaya indah Tr BT-5 Darmahusada Indah Timur Tr BT-6 Unair Kampus C Tr BT-7 Darmahusada Fe BT-8 RS Dr Sutomo Tr BT-9 Stasiun Gubeng Ke BT-10 Jl Raya Gubeng Fe BT-11 Irian Barat AM BT-12 Bung Tomo Tr BT-13 Ngagel BT-14 Wonokromo KA BT-15 Joyoboyo AM BT-16 Adityawarman Tr BT-17 Pakis Fe BT-18 Dukuh Kupang Fe BT-19 Bundaran Satelit Fe BT-20 HR Muhammad P+ BT-21 Simpang Darmo Permai Fe BT-22 Lontar Tr BT-23 Unesa Tr BT-24 Lidah Kulon Fe Tram (Utara Selatan) Joyoboyo – JMP ± 16,7 Km Monorail (Timur - Barat) Kejawan – Lidah kulon ± 23 Km Kejawan Joyoboyo JMP Lidah kulon
  23. 23. 34.85 15.11 34.80 34.82 14.80 14.62 14.91 31.46 33.53 30.74 24.86 15.19 14.97 14.91 20.81 14.91 14.91 14.91 14.91 25.17 24.86 25.11 34.80 14.91 24.86 14.91 14.91 24.69 34.80 34.80 34.80 60.29 35.32 34.80 34.73 24.99 36.79 30.36 30.36 39.63 14.91 17.40 14.91 14.95 36.02 34.81 40.08 30.36 30.36 24.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 26.08 19.71 24.31 24.86 35.09 32.32 32.32 32.32 32.32 32.32 32.80 32.32 32.32 32.32 9.94 9.94 9.94 9.94 9.94 9.94 9.94 9.97 9.94 7.46 7.56 15.10 20.15 14.91 14.91 14.91 14.91 14.91 14.91 14.56 14.91 14.91 14.91 KECAMATAN WONOKROMO L a n d u s e i n M RT c o r r i d o r s MRT tracks connect the center of Sub City which is the center of growth and activities on local, regional, and national scale. PUSAT SUB KOTA PUSAT SUB KOTA PUSAT REGIONAL & CBDL PUSAT KOTA & CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT CBD PUSAT SUB KOTA PUSAT CBD
  24. 24. •There are many tracks of cultural heritage • It does not reduce the capacity of the road due to mixed traffic • Constrained due to the viaduct •The first stage starts from Joyoboyo to JMP , the next step is Tanjung Perak Development • Maximum distance between station : 0,75 km ; min : 0,40 km Use of Tram on North – South Track N o r t h – S o u t h T r a c k ( 1 6 , 7 0 K m )
  25. 25. Jalur Timur - Use of Monorail on East – West Track : • Reducing conflict points by intersection making • Monorail capacity is greater than busway • It is easier in land acquisition due to elevated • A modern themed area • Starts from Kejawan Putih Tambak to Lidah Kulon • Maximum distance between station : 1,70 km ; min : 0,40 km Ciputra E a s t – W e s t T r a c k ( 2 3 , k m )
  26. 26. VARIABEL MONORAIL TRAM CORRIDOR LENGTH 23 KM 16,7 KM DEPO LOCATION KENJERAN & JOYOBOYO JOYOBOYO TOTAL HALT 23 UNIT 29 UNIT DISTANCE BETWEEN HALT MINIMUM 500 - 2000 M MINIMUM 500 - 1000 M AVERAGE OF DEMAND/yr 43.717.742 27.936.900 *INVESTMENT (Rp) 8.505.801.575.302 1.260.218.638.027 CAPACITY /CIRCUIT 400 PNP 200 PNP TOTAL CIRCUIT 4 GERBONG 2 CARRIAGE ECONOMICAL FARE 37.000-40.000 8000- 10.000 PASSENGER CAPACITY SIT 177 ; STAND 238 200 PASSENGERS HEADWAY 10 MINUTES 10 MINUTES WILLINGNESS TO PAY (WTP) 6000-10.000 6000-10.000 SUBSIDY/PASSENGER 27.500-30000 2000-4000 NEED OF FLEET 18 unit (4 modules) 21 unit (5 modules with 30,8 m length) T h e P l a n o f M o n o r a i l & Tr a m M o d e *Investment cost include : construction of station; trajectory and construction; halt; JPO; socializing cost; design cost; studies and supervision; fleet; depo
  27. 27. Jl. Pasar keputran Jl. HR. Muhammad Jl. Bukit Darmo Boulevard Jl. HR. Muhammad M o n o r a i l V i s u a l i z a t i o n
  28. 28. Jl.Basuki Rahmad Jl. Tunjungan Jl. Embong Malang Jl. Pahlawan T r a m T r a c k V i s u a l i z a t i o n
  29. 29. INTEGRATION OF SURABAYA MRT WITH REGIONAL RAIL & FEEDER
  30. 30. RAIL NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN GERBANGKERTOSUSILA AREA
  31. 31. M R T I n t e g r a t i o n & R a i l T r a c k D e v e l o p m e n t P l a n Pelabuhan Teluk Lamong Rencana Pengembangan. Jalur Rel Angkutan Massal Cepat Tahap 1 Double track Gubeng Juanda & Mojokerto Tahap 2 Double track Pasar Turi -Bojonegoro Tahap 3 Kearah Gresik dan Lamongan (existing) Tahap 4 Rencana Akses kearah Teluk Lamong Bandara Juanda SIDOARJO Mojokerto Sta Waru –T. Purabaya Sta. Wonokromo Sta. Gubeng Gresik Babat - Lamongan MRT tracks are integrated with network development plan of Railways with integration points of mode transfer in Wonokromo and Gubeng Station
  32. 32. Sumber : Rencana Sistem Angkutan Umum Dishub Pemkot Sby (2012) 1.The operation of Mass Rapid Transit will change the whole pattern of public transport routes in Surabaya City 2.MRT requires feeder which is able to support them. 3.Urban transport will connects MRT corridors with many areas and pulic facilities in Surabaya City. 1 2 3 P u b l i i c T r a n s p o r t D e v e l o p m e n t P l a n
  33. 33. Rute Trunk (14 trayek)Rute AMC (2 Koridor) Rute Feeder (34 trayek) T. Benowo T. Balongsari T. Manukan T. Dkh Kupang T. Dkh Menanggal T. Bratang T. Keputih T.Kenjeran T.Tambak Wedi T.Petekan I n t e g r a t i o n P l a n b e t w e e n M R T a n d f e e d e r
  34. 34. BRANDING STRATEGY
  35. 35. Surotram dan Boyorail are fast, comfortable, and cultured transport which capable to be the best solution to overcome negative impacts of transport issues in Surabaya City.  Surotram logo represents shark (suro)  Boyorail logo represents crocodile (boyo)  Orange means passenger familiarity and comfortable transport  Green has chosen for Boyorail as supporting the concept of Go Green B r a n d i n g S t r a t e g y R u t e It is one of ways to introduce and improve the image of Surabaya. It can be a marketing way to wider society.
  36. 36. B r a n d i n g S t r a t e g y
  37. 37. PARK & RIDE, TERMINAL, HALT AND DEPO FACLITIES
  38. 38. 2 51 32 4 79 1011 121314 15 5 1 12 3 PLAN OF PARK AND RIDE LOCATION ALTERNATIVE  SENTRA BULAK (DEPO)  KANTOR DINAS PARIWISATA (PARK & RIDE)  PASAR TUNJUNGAN (PARK & RIDE)  TERMINAL JOYOBOYO (TERMINAL)  TVRI (PARK & RIDE)  PASAR KEPUTRAN (TERMINAL INTEGRASI MODA)  AHMAD YANI (EX IGLAS) (PARK AND RIDE)  Jl. HR MUHAMMAD L o c a t i o n P l a n o f P a r k & R i d e
  39. 39. Jl Kertajaya (samping UPTSA) Pasar Tunjungan Pasar Tunjungan V i s u a l i z a t i o n o f P a r k & R i d e L o c a t i o n P l a n
  40. 40. PASAR KEPUTRAN JL. BASUKI RAHMAD (PATUNG KARAPAN SAPI) JOYOBOYO JL. AHMAD YANI (EX IGLAS) V i s u a l i z a t i o n o f P a r k & R i d e L o c a t i o n P l a n
  41. 41. Movement (transfer) integration between Monorail and Tram in Jl. Basuki Rahmad and Pasar Keputran I n t e g r a t i o n C o n c e p t b e t w e e n M o n o r a i l a n d T r a m
  42. 42. S t a t i o n & H a l t D e s i g n C o n c e p t
  43. 43. Kebun Binatang Surabaya Jalur Tram Jalur Monorail TERMINAL JOYOBOYO M R T M o n o r a i l a n d T r a m I n t e r m o d e T e r m i n a l
  44. 44. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY SiMART
  45. 45. • GRADUALLY IMPLEMENTED • IT IS PLANNED TO DEVELOP ITS IN 55 INTERSECTIONS IN STRATEGIC AREAS • TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN SURABAYA INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM – ATCS DEVELOPMENT 45 NO LOKASI ZONA 1 JL. DIPONEGORO-JL. RAYA DARMO BARAT-SELATAN 2 JL. CILIWUNG - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 3 JL. KUTAI - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 4 JL. MUSI - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 5 JL. Dr. SOETOMO - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 6 JL. KARTINI - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 7 JL. PASAR KEMBANG - JL. DIPONEGORO BARAT-SELATAN 8 JL. KEDUNGDORO - JL. KEDUNGSARI UTARA-PUSAT 9 JL. EMBONG MALANG - JL. KEDUNGDORO UTARA-PUSAT 10 JL. PRABAN - JL. BLAURAN UTARA-PUSAT 11 JL. TEMBAAN - JL. BUBUTAN UTARA-PUSAT 12 JL. PAHLAWAN - JL. TEMBAAN UTARA-PUSAT 13 JL. KEBONROJO - JL. VETERAN UTARA-PUSAT 14 JL. PRABAN - JL. TUNJUNGAN UTARA-PUSAT 15 JL. RAYA DARMO - JL. Dr. SOETOMO UTARA-PUSAT NO PANJANG 01-02 413 METER 02-03 253 METER 03-04 450 METER 04-05 225 METER 05-06 856 METER 06-07 425 METER 07 - 08 1.958,5METER 08 - 09 544,5 METER 09 - 10 3.105 METER 10 - 11 1.127 METER 11 - 12 205,5 METER 12 - 13 433,5 METER 13 - 14 1.410,5METER 14 - 15 3.360 METER I n t e l l e g e n t T r a n s p o r t a t i o n s y s t e m ( I T S )
  46. 46. I T S & T r a f f i c M a n a g e m e n t S y s t e m ITS development as traffic management system that integrated to control the use of private vehicle in particular areas to drive community’s interest in the use of MRT
  47. 47. I T S & T r a f f i c M a n a g e m e n t S y s t e m On street parking limitation with intensive supervision and parking facility construction ( off street parking) and parking area (building)
  48. 48. BICYCLE TRACK PROVISION 5 4 3 2 1 Tahap I + 8,86 km Provision of bicycle track to promote the use of bicycle as mode of transportation that environmentally friendly, because of that matter MRT should provide some spaces for cyclist.
  49. 49. FACILITY CONSTRUCTION FOR PEDESTRIAN NO LOKASI PEDESTRIAN TERBANGUN 1 JL. RAYA DARMO 2 JL. SONOKEMBANG 3 JL. KAYOON 4 JL. KEPUTRAN 5 JL. URIP SUMOHARJO 6 JL. PANGLIMA SUDIRMAN 7 JL. BASUKI RAHMAD 8 JL. WALIKOTA MUSTAJAB 9 JL. PEMUDA 10 JL. RAJAWALI 11 JL. VETERAN 12 JL. GEMBLONGAN 13 JL. DHARMAWANGSA 14 JL. PROF. MAYJEN MOESTOPO 15 JL. AIRLANGGA 16 JL. STASIUN GUBENG 17 TAMAN LANSIA 18 JL. RAYA GUBENG 19 TAMAN PERSAHABATAN 20 JL. GENTENG KALI 21 FRONTAGE ROAD A. YANI 22 TAMAN MUNDU Pedestrian construction to support MRT and to improve the safety and comfort of pedestrians
  50. 50. Thank You A convenience of living in town is the right of every citizen, MRT development is an effort to realize that.

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