Vision for Indonesian Urban Transport (English)

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vision for Indonesian urban transport Jakarta with need reblock traffic the severely endangered public health and a paralyzed economy the unreliable and poor conditions of the current public transport lack of integration comfort and safety are discouraging passengers to shift from private to public transport modes let us think wouldn't it be great if we can can non motorized transport like proper pedestrian facilities and bike lanes public transport has elevated rail and feeder buses green open spaces to meet a chance to sit and play to communicate and walk and a clean environment we need to stop private vehicles entering the city it's a goal for a long-awaited simplification of the urban mobility setup which only needs a fully operational multimodal public transport network system plus the supporting facilities for non motorized mobility such as walking and bicycle riding defiance city limits prevent from urban sprawl beyond the boundaries where the sharp city edge immediately opens the greenbelts future car and motorbike use in Indonesia is dedicated for regional Overland and out-of-town transport connecting roller areas to the city borders as well as the lower density and suburban areas all stations on City fridge are equipped with Park & Ride facilities where parking tickets are inclusive with the public transport parks walking as the fundamental way of urban mobility is given priority by extensive facilities which became most elaborated for seamless access to feed of buses BRT and MRT station preferred mode of short-distance excess in healthy cities is walking the denser a city is built the more facilities can be enriched by foot thus making our cities most livable land use and building codes follow the transit-oriented development making connecting stations an integral part of dense urban structures inner city mega structures are dedicated to multi usage and connected to each neighboring building by sheltered walkways on ground or elevated providing semi public space within and around these structures where public transport modes get directly connected to with an extensive network of the bus rapid transit system in bigger cities combined with elevated rail networks and an easy access for walking or biking to the station the major demand for mobility can get covered a BRT system that is safe and comfortable to use with sheltered bus stops and pedestrian walkways an efficient system and affordable ticketing high headways will invite citizens to shift to public transport modes smaller-scale feeder buses regulated uncle's med caps and electric taxis complement our seamless connections within the hierarchy of the urban public transport the backbone of public transport in larger cities consists of a network of elevated mass rapid transit lines exclusively dedicated bus rapid transit lines complement and support the citywide network where stations are no further than one kilometer from any location within the inner city walking and cycling are the most efficient and effective contribution to sustainable environmental friendly and low carbon transport goals bicycle and pedestrian networks provide opportunities to go anywhere close and to access other means of transport in the nation cities are supported to become walking friendly improved pedestrian facilities will induce walking as the primary mode of transport and encourage the shift from private vehicles and other modes and reduce traffic congestion greenhouse gas emissions and pollution noise energy consumption financial expenses for transport and increases public health communication among citizens attraction to recreational and touristic facilities business and adjacent outlets safety the overall livability of our cities Indonesian cities are assisted to define limits and borders and create density within so that distances are kept moderate and a great part of the demand for access is covered by walking medium and longer destinations are served by public transport modes and these are to be made attractive available in high frequency with easy and comfortable access for pedestrians the first step cities have to do in building up an expensive public transport network ideally elevated rail electric feeder buses and locally appropriate supporting modes of transport like water buses and cable cars parallel walking access and biking facilities which safe road crossings must get improved citywide then the use of private cars and motorbikes must be gradually reduced by means of transport demand management like off street parking increased time-based parking fees congestion and inner city zone charging increase taxes on car sales and registrations on fuel and traffic violations with the ultimate goal of traffic calm or even car free inner cities public space in inner cities is reduced to citizens who are all pedestrians in the first place together we can bring the smiles back into their lives you


27 Comments

Billy Aji · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Semoga bisa cepat terealisasikan

Askalan Mkazee · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Semasa saya di Jakarta dulu bajai yang saya naiki bias jalan atas troatar haha

LALAT_IDJO · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

bisa terwujud kalau pemerintah kita kaya seperti Dubai dan koruptor di hukum mati

Yuda Suyudin · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Pendapat masyarakat biar kelihatan rapi yaman enak di pandang emang harus ditata. "Tapi wajib di tagung itu nasib rakyak yg mau ditata gak asal gusur. Trus di kasi pebinaan/terening biar bisa sejaterah setelah menempuh hidup di lingkungan yg baru. Dan tolong @pemerintah berdayakan pembangunan infrastruktur sumber lokal biar sejahtera perusahaan dan sekil lokal biar kontruksi Indonesia berjaya di dunia. Bukan kita yg menjadi konsuptif apapun itu produk orang luarnegri. MEDING save produk lokal biar sejahtera.

Sagacious Eagle · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

From a user experience perspective, restricting private automobiles would not discourage most people from using them, but providing a more viable option to get from point A to point B at a cost of lesser time is a more effective approach. I personally don't mind using public transport and do a lot of walking (as I am used to it in the past in another city), it is just the infrastructure here in Jakarta does not give the convenience and allowing me to spend a lesser time and money on the road. Designs and availability of sidewalks are also an issue. Most of them are not wide enough to be non-obstructive (most of the time you encounter a tree, a food stall on the sidewalk) and often not extensive enough (it leads to a closed off end of the sidewalk) to reach a certain destination. All this design is fantastic, but those who are involved in the decision making of the urban plan should have the user's journey in mind.

主动先 · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

1:57 itu singapore bukan jakarta…

_00yeon hana · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Kendala org indonesia pd males jalan ^^

Imam Gozali · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Only God can helps changed of Jakarta city 😂😂😂

Johan Zahri · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Nice edits, so agreed on the idea, To finance the transition we should tax private cars like hell!!!

kara · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

mudah2an terealisasi… amin

yudi. 6969 · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Amin smoga bisa sukses di tangan jkowi indonesia

Dhani Wachyudi · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Wow…will be awesome if Jakarta and all city in Indonesia like this…???
Absolutely super agree and millions of thumbs.. !👍👍👍👍👍
Lets pray will come true…..
Love the idea…💜💜👍👍👍👍👍

Bagus Railfans · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

bicycle and bus way trails still exist

firdaus maulana · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Saya sepenuhnya yakin jakarta pasti bisa ke bentuk kota seperti itu tahun 2100

Syaf Alan · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Nyadar belum don?? Nyadar don nyadar hahahahahaha

Ahmad Shiddiq Nurrahman · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

harusnya yang kayak gini yang constantly di booming di media (termasuk viral di medsos) agar setiap orang tau plannya gimana dan akhirnya punya mind set yg sama = jalan and public transport > private cars/motor bikes. Ga boomingin mulu meikarta lah, masalah2 SARA lah, ini itu jadi orang2 kebentuk mindsetnya jadi cm mikirin hal2 yg begono, lupa tentang masa depan indonesia (khususnya jakarta di video ini)

Luc Hof · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

skyway the solution

hengky kur · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Amazing

Ayom Buwono · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

It will be available soonest ….

Alvin Channel · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

udah terwujud kok, MRT 110.8 KM fase awal 16 KM sedang LRT sepanjang 83.6 KM

Nopan RebornPartIII · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Ngimpi kali yeee…😂😂😂😂😂

Syaf Alan · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

The mentality of indon. Benda belum siap kau dah fikir nak kalahkan negara lain. Wake up liat negara sendiri. Baru liat negara org.

House of Dorry · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Amin

channel91 · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

indonesia harus buat parkir sepeda .
berubah dan buang pandangan naik mobil membuat derajat tinggi.
hidup nyaman tanpa macet dan bersih tanpa polusi mobil lebih membuat kita bisa mengangkat derajat dan pasti sehat

Saiful Harlindong · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

I hope that Indonesian Government would make it.
But, it has a side effect in a term of logistic system. The goods or commodities inside the city would be more expensive because the using of private motor vehicle would be stop.
Will the commodities or goods be sent by a logistic train?
How to distribute the goods in some groceries that is located in the downtown? (since we know there's a gap between each station and it's possible to have some stores/groceries between each station, and i'm really sure that they are demanding a huge quantity from each products…
So, the only question is, how to solve it…??!! #Pemerintah #IndonesianGovernment #Jakarta #GubernurJakarta #IndonesianCapital #Jokowi

samssuddin sufyan · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

ayo sekarang kita harus berhidup sehat dengan cara berjalan kaki atau naik sepeda

joko wijayanto · May 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm

good,,modern city

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