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Transjakarta Busway

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Peak throughput (passengers / hr / direction): 3,400  15 May 2012, south of Tosari station (line 1), N-S   
Year system commenced: 2004  Corridors 9 & 10 opened 31-Dec-2010, Cor 11 end of 2011, Corr 12 14-Feb-2013   
System name: Transjakarta   
Number of BRT stations: 210   

Performance

Peak throughput (passengers / hr / direction): 3,400  15 May 2012, south of Tosari station (line 1), N-S   
Peak buses / hr / direction: 40  4 and 5-May-2011, Line 1, north to south   
City centre peak hour speed: 15-25 km/hr  Surveys in May 2011. Wide variety of speeds in different corridors   
Full corridor peak hour speed: 15-25 km/hr  Surveys in May 2011. Wide variety of speeds in different corridors   
BRT system coverage (2-way roads) (1 fare): 148 km   
Operational mode: trunk-only   
Routes operating both inside & outside BRT roads: 0   
Routes operating only in busway corridors: 26   
System passenger-trips per day: 350,000   Transjakarta, Dec-12
Average bus occupancy (peak direction & point): 75   
Highest peak hour boardings at a single station: 950  Blok M terminal, Jan. 2011   
Highest full-day boardings at a single station: 10,500  Blok M, Jan. 2011   
Network of routes and corridors   
High peak period operational speed (>20km/hr)     Speeds vary, between 15-25/hr
Faster than a trotting donkey   
Buses operating both in & out of BRT corridors   
Most bus passengers in BRT corridors carried by BRT buses   
Net time saving for bus passengers in corridor   
Throughput >20,000 passengers/hr (one direction)   
Throughput >10,000 passengers/hr (one direction)   
Carries more than a mixed traffic lane (2500 pphpd)   

Vehicles & ITS

Fleet of special BRT buses: 599  196 articulated, 403 regular. Though ~15% out of service   
Fleet of 18m or larger BRT buses: 196   
Fleet of integrated BRT feeder buses: 0   
Location of bus doorways: Both sides  traffic is on the left   
Number of doors in BRT buses: 2  new buses have 2 doors since corridor 4; 18m buses have 3 doors   
BRT vehicle length: 12m, 18m  196 articulated 18m buses   
No. of seats in 12m BRT buses: 29  31 in the older 1-door corridor 1 buses   
No. of seats in 18m BRT buses: 40   
BRT vehicle fuel: CNG  Corridor 1 buses diesel, corridors 2-12 CNG   
BRT bus manufacturer: Multiple  Zhongtong, Komodo, Inka, Hino, Daewoo, Hyundai, Ankai   
Fare system vendor: Gama Tekno   
Real-time next bus information displays   
Distinctive BRT buses   
Sliding doors in BRT stations     Doors are left open
Low-emission vehicle technology (≥Euro III)     All CNG except corridor 1
Automated fare collection and fare verification   
System control centre   
High-quality passenger information on buses   
Audio announcements on BRT buses     on newer buses

Other

BRT Standard score (GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE): BRONZE  Corridor 1 is Silver, others Bronze   
Year system commenced: 2004  Corridors 9 & 10 opened 31-Dec-2010, Cor 11 end of 2011, Corr 12 14-Feb-2013   
System name: Transjakarta   
Lead international design / planning work: ITDP   
Project website: Transjakarta   
Distinctive marketing identity for system     TransJakarta Busway


Infrastructure

Number of BRT stations: 210   
Stations with functioning passing lanes: 1%  Harmoni station   
Most station substops: 1   
Location of busway lanes: Centre of roadway   
Longest BRT station (non terminal): 87m   
Shortest BRT station: 13m   
Total length of dedicated busway: 134 km  Some sections open to mixed traffic   
Length including mixed traffic portions: 148 km   
Station platform height: 1.1m   
Number of corridors: 12   
Segregated busways or bus-only roadways     Some sections open to mixed traffic
Enhanced station (more than just a bus shelter)   
Overtaking lanes at more than 75% of stations   
Bike sharing in vicinity of BRT stations   
Wheelchair accessible stations   
Distinctive BRT stations   
>1 substop at >75% of stations (requires overtaking)   
>1 stop position at stopping area at >75% of stations   
Stations away from intersections   
Station size based on passenger demand   
Full weather protection on most station platforms   
Full weather protection on all station platforms   
Covered station access   
Escalators/lifts at >20% of stations with bridges/tunnels   
Signal priority or grade separation at intersections   
Level boarding and alighting     high floor buses and stations
High-quality passenger information at stations   
Bicycle parking at BRT stations   
Segregated bike lanes along main corridor(s)   
Improvements to nearby public space   
Physical BRT laneway dividers   

Regulation & costs

Fare type (flat fare or distance-based): flat fare   
Median cash fare: 3,500 rupiah  3,500 rupiah   
Median smart card fare: 3,500 rupiah   
Infrastructure cost per km: US$1 million  2004 value   
12m BRT bus cost: US$180,000   
18m BRT bus cost: US$400,000   
BRT management agency: Transjakarta UPT   
Operating hours: 5:00am-11:00pm   
More than one BRT bus operator   
Pre-board fare collection and fare verification   
Competitively bid operating contracts   
Payment per bus-kilometre rather than per passenger   
No operational subsidy from government     subsidy needed
Buses paid for by operators rather than government     for new corridors
Oversight from an independent entity/agency   
BRT authority plans and controls the system   

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