List of TransJakarta corridors

TransJakarta Corridors are routes operated under the TransJakarta bus rapid transit system branding. In 2019, TransJakarta served 264.6 million passengers an increase of 40 percent from the year before.[3] The first corridor was opened in 2004, with twelve new corridors following in the years after. 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 Corridors
Transjakarta Route per 2016.jpg
TransJakarta route map as of 2016
Overview
LocaleJakarta, Indonesia
Transit typebus rapid transit
Number of lines13 (operation),[1] 2 (planned) and more than 10 feeder lines
Number of stations241
Daily ridership1.006 million/day (2020)[2]
Operation
Began operationJanuary 15, 2004
Operator(s)see operators
Technical
System length230.9 kilometres (143.5 mi)[1]
Track gaugebusline
Transjakarta articulated bus Corridor 10 (Tanjung Priok-Cililitan/PGC)

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 230.9 kilometres.[1] In addition to the BRT corridors, Transjakarta also operate 36 cross corridor routes, 68 inner city feeder routes, 14 cross border feeder routes, 13 premium service routes, 22 low cost rental apartment feeder routes, 9 free tour routes and 69 Mikrotrans (angkot feeder) routes.[4] The cross-corridor and feeder services are capable of using the dedicated corridors for a length of the route, however they also operate as a standard public bus service using normal road lanes, partly due to some buses (such as the Metrotrans branded buses) lacking the raised doors for use at the BRT stations and the inability to reserve lanes through more established areas.

All Transjakarta services operate from 05.00 to 23.00 from Sunday to Thursday, while Friday and Saturday services operate until 24.00.[5] Amari (angkutan malam hari or night transport) and andini (angkutan dini hari or early morning transport) operate in all main corridors aside from corridors 4, 7, 11 and 12, which only operate on normal hours. Amari and andini only stop at the selected stations.[6] Though it is branded a bus rapid transit system, some new lines lack dedicated lanes and the touted frequent service levels, for example, the Corridor 2 extension into Bekasi city (the first line to extend past the city limit).[7]

In December 2015, 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. There are 4 standard categories, being Basic Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Bronze BRT, Silver BRT and Gold BRT. The six corridors to achieve the category were corridor 1 (Blok M-Kota), corridor 2 (Harmoni-Pulogadung), corridor 3 (Harmoni-Kalideres), corridor 5 (Ancol-Kampung Melayu), corridor 6 (Ragunan-Dukuh Atas), and corridor 9 (Pluit-Pinang Ranti).[8]

Main CorridorsEdit

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 2004. The latest, Corridor 13, started operation in August 2017.

Corridor 1Edit

  • Began operation: February 1, 2004
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum PPD, PT. Mayasari Bakti & PT. Steady Safe Tbk
  • Route length: 12.9 kilometres (8.0 mi)
  • Number of stations: 20
  • Buses type and color: Zhongtong Bus in blue-white and red-yellow, Scania in blue-white and dark blue-white, Mercedes Benz in blue-white, pink-white and vintage scheme, Volvo in dark blue-white & Hino in dark blue-white

Since October 23, 2017, a 'bypass route' has operated between Monas and Ragunan, but only between the hours of 15.00 and 21.00. Bypass routes use other corridor(s) to avoid traffic jams within the regular corridor. The route operates from Monas to Bunderan Senayan, then Patimura-Mabes and utilising corridor 13 to Tendean, then Mampang-Ragunan.[9]

  Corridor 1 (Blok M - Kota)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal, train or MRT station nearby
K1.01 Blok M   Blok M   Blok M Bus Terminal

  Blok M BCA

K1.02 Masjid Agung   ASEAN
K1.03 Bundaran Senayan   Bundaran Senayan   Senayan
K1.04 Gelora Bung Karno   Gelora Bung Karno
K1.05 Polda Metro Jaya   Istora Mandiri
K1.06 Bendungan Hilir           Semanggi (via bridge)*)   Bendungan Hilir
K1.07 Karet Sudirman     Karet Sudirman
K1.09 Dukuh Atas 1     Dukuh Atas 1
      Dukuh Atas 2 (via bridge)
  Sudirman

  Dukuh Atas BNI

  BNI City

 L2  Dukuh Atas

  Dukuh Atas (Planned)

K1.10 Tosari ICBC     Tosari ICBC   Dukuh Atas BNI
K1.11 Bundaran HI       Bundaran HI   Bundaran HI
K1.12 Sarinah       Sarinah    M2  Sarinah (U/C)
K1.13 Bank Indonesia       Bank Indonesia
K1.14 Monas             Monas

  Monas (U/C)

K1.15 Harmoni Central Busway             Harmoni Central Busway

  Harmoni (U/C)

K1.16 Sawah Besar   Sawah Besar   Sawah Besar (U/C)
K1.17 Mangga Besar   Mangga Besar   Mangga Besar (U/C)
K1.18 Olimo   Olimo
K1.19 Glodok   Glodok   Glodok (U/C)
K1.20 Kota     Kota         Jakarta Kota

  Kota (U/C)

Note: *) Semanggi to Bendungan Hilir bus stop via skywalk bridge which is maybe too steep for disable person and takes at least 10 minutes walk
Currently, all bus stops are served by buses 24 hours a day

Corridor 2Edit

  • Began operation: January 15, 2006
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, PT. Pahala Kencana, PT. Steady Safe Tbk, Perum PPD & Perum DAMRI
  • Route length: 14 kilometres (8.7 mi)
  • Number of stations: 24
  • Buses type and color: Scania in blue-white, Mercedes Benz in dark blue-white, Volvo in dark blue-white, Hino in dark blue & Zhongtong in red-yellow and blue-white

On May 19, 2014, the route was extended 7.61 kilometers from Pulo Gadung to Ujung Menteng in Bekasi. It is the first TransJakarta corridor to cross the border of the DKI Jakarta area (please differentiate with Angkutan Perbatasan Terintegrasi Busway/APTB at below). The new bus stops are Raya Bekasi KIP, Raya Bekasi Tipar Cakung, Cakung United Tractors, Raya Bekasi Pasar Cakung, Raya Bekasi Cakung Cilincing, Raya Bekasi Pulo Gebang, and Raya Bekasi Ujung Menteng.[10] At the original time of opening, 4 bus stops in Harapan Indah Estate, 2 in Estate entrance and 2 near Family Market (one for each direction) were not yet ready, however (at the end of May 2014), they were completed and the route was extended to Harapan Indah.[11]

  Corridor 2 (Pulo GadungHarmoni)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K2.01 Pulo Gadung     Pulo Gadung   Pulo Gadung Bus Terminal
K2.02 Bermis   Bermis
K2.03 Pulomas   Pulomas
K2.04 ASMI     ASMI
K2.05 Pedongkelan     Pedongkelan
K2.06 Cempaka Timur     Cempaka Timur
  Cempaka Mas 2 (via bridge)
K2.07 RS Islam     RS Islam
K2.08 Cempaka Tengah     Cempaka Tengah
K2.09 Pasar Cempaka Putih     Pasar Cempaka Putih
K2.10 Rawa Selatan     Rawa Selatan
K2.11 Galur     Galur
K2.12 Senen     Senen
    Senen Sentral (via bridge)
      Pasar Senen
  Senen Bus Terminal
K2.13 Atrium ->     Atrium
K2.14 RSPAD ->     RSPAD
K2.15 DEPLU ->     DEPLU
K2.16 Gambir 1 ->     Gambir 1   Gambir
K2.17 Istiqlal ->     Istiqlal
K2.18 Juanda ->           Juanda     Juanda
K2.19 Pecenongan ->           Pecenongan
K2.20 Harmoni Central Busway            
Harmoni Central Busway
  Harmoni (U/C)
K2.21 Monas <-             Monas   Monas (U/C)
K2.22 Balai Kota <-     Balai Kota
K2.23 Gambir 2 <-     Gambir 2   Gambir
K2.24 Kwitang <-     Kwitang

Note: Stations indicated by a <- sign has a one way service towards Senen from Harmoni. The bus then continues to Galur. Stations indicated by a -> sign has a one way service towards Harmoni from Senen. The bus then terminates there.

Corridor 2B (Kota Harapan Indah – ASMI)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K2E.09 Pasar Modern
K2E.10 Tanah Apit
K2E.09 Kota Harapan Indah
K2E.08 Ujung Menteng
K2E.07 Bekasi Pulogebang
K2E.06 Cakung Cilincing
K2E.05 Pasar Cakung
K2E.04 Cakung United Tractors
K2E.03 Tipar Cakung
K2E.02 Kawasan Industri Pulo Gadung
K2.02 Bermis*     Bermis
K2.03 Pulomas     Pulomas
K2.04 ASMI       ASMI

Note: *Bermis only serves corridor 2B towards Harapan Indah
Stops of corridor 2B listed here are the high floor BRT stops, feeder stops are not include in this list.

Corridor 3Edit

  • Began operation: January 15, 2006 (24 hours operation a day on selected stations from June 1, 2014)
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum PPD, PT. Mayasari Bakti & PT Steady Safe Tbk
  • Route length: 19 kilometres (12 mi)
  • Number of stations: 16
  • Buses type and color: Scania in blue-white and dark blue-white, Mercedes Benz in dark blue-white, Volvo in dark blue-white, Hino in blue & Zhongtong Bus in blue-white
  Corridor 3 (KalideresPasar Baru)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K3.01 Kalideres   Kalideres   Kalideres Bus Terminal

  Kalideres (Planned)

K3.02 Pesakih   Pesakih
K3.03 Sumur Bor   Sumur Bor
K3.04 Rawa Buaya     Rawa Buaya
K3.05 Jembatan Baru     Jembatan Baru
K3.06 Dispenda     Dispenda
K3.07 Jembatan Gantung     Jembatan Gantung
K3.08 Taman Kota     Taman Kota
K3.09 Indosiar       Indosiar   Pesing
K3.10 Jelambar       Jelambar
K3.11 Grogol 1       Grogol 1
      Grogol 2 (via bridge)
  Grogol
  Grogol Bus Terminal
K3.12 Sumber Waras       Sumber Waras
K3.13 Harmoni Central Busway            
Harmoni Central Busway
  Harmoni (U/C)
K3.14 Pecenongan           Pecenongan
K3.15 Juanda           Juanda     Juanda
K3.16 Pasar Baru   Pasar Baru

Note: All stations are served by buses 24 hours a day

Corridor 4Edit

  • Began operation: January 27, 2007
  • Operator: Perum PPD, PT. Mayarsari Bakti & PT. Transportasi Jakarta
  • Route length: 11.85 kilometres (7.36 mi)
  • Number of stations: 17
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue & Mercedes Benz in dark blue-white
  Corridor 4 (Pulo GadungDukuh Atas)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K4.01 Pulo Gadung     Pulo Gadung   Pulo Gadung Bus Terminal
K4.02 Pasar Pulo Gadung
K4.03 TU Gas   TU Gas
K4.04 Layur   Layur
K4.05 Pemuda Rawamangun   Pemuda Rawamangun   Velodrome
K4.06 Velodrome   Velodrome
K4.07 Sunan Giri   Sunan Giri   Sunan Giri (Planned)
K4.08 UNJ   UNJ
K4.09 Pramuka BPKP     Pramuka BPKP
  Pemuda Pramuka (via bridge)
K4.10 Pramuka LIA     Pramuka LIA
K4.11 Utan Kayu Rawamangun     Utan Kayu
K4.12 Pasar Genjing     Pasar Genjing
K4.13 Matraman 2   Matraman 2
      Matraman 1 (via bridge)
K4.14 Manggarai   Manggarai         Manggarai
  Manggarai Bus Terminal

  Manggarai (Planned)

K4.15 Pasar Rumput   Pasar Rumput
K4.16 Halimun     Halimun
K4.17 Dukuh Atas 2       Dukuh Atas 1 (via bridge)
    Dukuh Atas 2
  Sudirman

  Dukuh Atas BNI

  BNI City

 L2  Dukuh Atas

  Dukuh Atas (Planned)

Corridor 5Edit

  • Began operation: January 27, 2007
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum DAMRI & Perum PPD
  • Route length: 13.5 kilometres (8.4 mi)
  • Number of stations: 18
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue, Zhongtong Bus in red-yellow and blue-white, Yutong Bus in red-yellow & Ankai Bus in red-yellow
  Corridor 5 (AncolKampung Melayu)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K5.01 Ancol     Ancol       Kampung Bandan
K5.02 Pademangan     Pademangan       Kampung Bandan
K5.03 Gunung Sahari Mangga Dua       Gunung Sahari Mangga Dua
K5.04 Jembatan Merah       Jembatan Merah
K5.05 Pasar Baru Timur     Pasar Baru Timur
K5.06 Budi Utomo    
K5.07 Senen Sentral   Senen Setral
      Senen (via bridge)
      Pasar Senen
  Senen Bus Terminal
K5.08 Pal Putih       Pal Putih
K5.09 Kramat Sentiong NU       Kramat Sentiong NU     Gang Sentiong
K5.10 Salemba UI       Salemba UI
K5.11 Salemba Carolus       Salemba Carolus
K5.12 Matraman 1     Matraman 1
  Matraman 2 (via bridge)

  Matraman (Planned)

K5.13 Tegalan     Tegalan
K5.14 Slamet Riyadi     Slamet Riyadi     Pondok Jati
K5.15 Kebon Pala     Kebon Pala
K5.16 Pasar Jatinegara     Pasar Jatinegara
  St. Jatinegara 2 (via bridge)
      Jatinegara
K5.17 Jatinegara RS Premier       Jatinegara RS Premier
K5.18 Kampung Melayu         Kampung Melayu   Kampung Melayu Bus Terminal

Note : Salemba Carolus only serves Corridor 5E towards Kampung Rambutan
Kampung Melayu only serves Corridor 5C towards Harmoni and 5D towards Ancol

Corridor 6Edit

  • Began operation: January 27, 2007
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, PT. Mayasari Bakti & Perum PPD
  • Route length: 13.3 kilometres (8.3 mi)
  • Number of stations: 20
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue and dark blue-white, Mercedes-Benz in blue-white and dark blue-white & Scania Bus in blue-white and dark blue-white
  (Ragunan - Dukuh Atas)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K6.01 Ragunan     Ragunan   Ragunan Bus Terminal
K6.02 Departemen Pertanian     Departemen Pertanian
K6.03 SMK 57     SMK 57
K6.04 Jatipadang     Jatipadang
K6.05 Pejaten     Pejaten
K6.06 Buncit Indah     Buncit Indah
K6.07 Warung Jati     Warung Jati
K6.08 Imigrasi     Imigrasi
K6.09 Duren Tiga     Duren Tiga
K6.10 Mampang Prapatan     Mampang Prapatan
K6.11 Kuningan Timur   Kuningan Timur
        Kuningan Barat (via bridge)
K6.12 Patra Kuningan     Patra Kuningan
K6.13 Departemen Kesehatan     Departemen Kesehatan  L2  Rasuna Said
K6.14 GOR Sumantri     GOR Sumantri  L2  Rasuna Said
K6.15 Karet Kuningan     Karet Kuningan
K6.16 Kuningan Madya     Kuningan Madya
K6.17 Setiabudi Utara AINI     Setiabudi Utara AINI  L2  Setiabudi
K6.18 Latuharhari   Latuharhari
K6.19 Halimun     Halimun
K6.20 Dukuh Atas 2       Dukuh Atas 1 (via bridge)
    Dukuh Atas 2
  Sudirman

  Dukuh Atas BNI

  BNI City

 L2  Dukuh Atas

  Dukuh Atas (Planned)

Corridor 7Edit

  • Began operation: January 27, 2007
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum PPD & PT. Mayasari Bakti
  • Route length: 12.8 kilometres (8.0 mi)
  • Number of stations: 14
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue, Mercedes Benz in blue-white & Scania Bus in dark blue-white

From October 23, 2017, a toll/express route operates between Kampung Rambutan and Kampung Melayu during the morning peak hours of 05.00-09.00. The toll/express route uses the toll road to avoid traffic jams in the regular corridor. From Kampung Rambutan, the route turns towards Tanah Merdeka and enters the toll road, exiting at Cawang UKI-Cawang BNN-Cawang Otista-Gelangang Remaja-Bidara Cina-Kampung Melayu.[9]

  Corridor 7 (Kampung Rambutan - Kampung Melayu)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K7.01 Kampung Rambutan   Kampung Rambutan   Kampung Rambutan Bus Terminal

  Kampung Rambutan

K7.02 Tanah Merdeka   Tanah Merdeka
K7.03 Flyover Raya Bogor   Flyover Raya Bogor
K7.04 RS Harapan Bunda   RS Harapan Bunda
K7.05 Pasar Induk   Pasar Induk
K7.06 Pasar Kramat Jati
K7.07 PGC 1     PGC 1   Cililitan Bus Terminal
K7.08 BKN         BKN
K7.09 Cawang UKI             Cawang UKI
K7.10 Cawang BNN             Cawang BNN
K7.11 Cawang Otista     Cawang Otista
K7.12 Gelanggang Remaja     Gelanggang Remaja
K7.13 Bidara Cina     Bidara Cina
K7.14 Kampung Melayu         Kampung Melayu   Kampung Melayu Bus Terminal

Note : Cawang BNN only serves Corridor 9A towards Grogol/Pluit
Kampung Melayu only serves Corridor 5C towards Harmoni and Corridor 5D towards Ancol

Corridor 8Edit

  • Began operation: February 21, 2009
  • Operator: Perum DAMRI, PT. Mayasari Bakti, PT. Steady Safe Tbk & Perum PPD
  • Route length: 26 kilometres (16 mi)
  • Number of stations: 22
  • Buses type and color: Zhongtong Bus in red-yellow and blue-white, Scania in blue-white and dark blue-white, Volvo in dark blue-white & Hino in blue
  Corridor 8 (Lebak BulusHarmoni)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K8.01 Lebak Bulus   Lebak Bulus Grab
K8.02 Pondok Pinang ->
K8.03 Pondok Indah 1
K8.04 Pondok Indah 2
K8.05 Tanah Kusir Kodim
K8.06 Kebayoran Lama Bungur
K8.07 Pasar Kebayoran Lama
K8.08 Simprug
K8.09 Permata Hijau
K8.10 RS Medika Permata Hijau
K8.11 Pos Pengumben
K8.12 Kelapa Dua Sasak
K8.13 Kebon Jeruk
K8.14 Duri Kepa
K8.15 Kedoya Assiddiqiyah
K8.16 Kedoya Green Garden
K3.09 Indosiar       Indosiar
K3.10 Jelambar       Jelambar
K8.17 Grogol 1       Grogol 1
      Grogol 2 (via bridge)
  Grogol
  Grogol Bus Terminal
K3.12 Sumber Waras       Sumber Waras
K8.22 Harmoni Central Busway             Harmoni Central Busway   Harmoni (U/C)

Note: Station indicated by a -> sign has a one way service towards Harmoni Central Busway

Corridor 9Edit

  • Began operation: December 31, 2010 (24 hours operation a day on selected stations from June 1, 2014)
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum PPD, PT. Mayasari Bakti, PT. Steady Safe Tbk & Perum DAMRI
  • Route length: 28.8 kilometres (17.9 mi)
  • Number of stations: 27
  • Buses type and color: Scania in blue-white and dark blue-white, Mercedes-Benz in dark blue-white, blue-white and pink-white (female only bus), Zhongtong Bus in red-yellow and blue-white, Hino in blue, Volvo in dark blue-white, Yutong Bus in red-yellow & Ankai Bus in red-yellow
  Corridor 9 (Pinang Ranti - Pluit)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal and train station nearby
K9.01 Pinang Ranti     Pinang Ranti
K9.02 Garuda Taman Mini     Garuda Taman Mini
K9.03 Cawang UKI             Cawang UKI
K9.04 Cawang BNN             Cawang BNN    L2    Cawang
K9.06 Cawang Ciliwung       Cawang Ciliwung  L2  Ciliwung
K9.07 Cawang Cikoko       Cawang Cikoko     Cawang

 L2  Cikoko

K9.08 Tebet BUMD       Tebet BUMD
K9.09 Pancoran Tugu       Pancoran Tugu
K9.10 Pancoran Barat       Pancoran Barat  L2  Pancoran
K9.11 Tegal Parang       Tegal Parang
K9.12 Kuningan Barat       Kuningan Barat
    Kuningan Timur (via bridge)
K9.13 Gatot Subroto Jamsostek         Gatot Subroto Jamsostek
K9.14 Gatot Subroto LIPI         Gatot Suboto LIPI
K9.15 Semanggi         Semanggi
  Bendungan Hilir (via bridge)*)
K9.16 Senayan JCC   Senayan JCC
K9.17 Slipi Petamburan   Slipi Petamburan   Palmerah
K9.18 Slipi Kemanggisan   Slipi Kemanggisan
K9.19 RS Harapan Kita   RS Harapan Kita
K9.20 S. Parman Podomoro City     S. Parman Podomoro City
K9.21 Grogol 2     Grogol 2
        Grogol 1 (via bridge)
  Grogol Bus Terminal
K9.22 Latumenten   Latumenten   Grogol
K9.23 Jembatan Besi   Jembatan Besi
K9.24 Jembatan 2   Jembatan 2
K9.25 Jembatan 3   Jembatan 3
K9.26 Penjaringan     Penjaringan
K9.27 Pluit   Pluit

Note: *) Bendungan Hilir to Semanggi bus stop via skywalk bridge which is maybe too steep for disable person and takes at least 10 minutes walk.

Corridor 10Edit

  • Began operation: December 31, 2010
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta, Perum PPD, PT. Mayasari Bakti, PT. Pahala Kencana & PT. Steady Safe Tbk
  • Route length: 19.4 kilometres (12.1 mi)
  • Number of stations: 22
  • Buses type and color: Scania in dark blue-white and blue-white, Yutong in red-yellow, Hino in blue, Mercedes-Benz in dark blue-white & Volvo in dark blue-white

From October 23, 2017, a toll/express route operates from PGC towards Tanjung Priok during the peak hours of 06.00-10.00 and 16.00-20.00. Thee toll/express routes use the toll road to avoid traffic jams in the regular corridor. 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.[9]

The toll/express route from Tanjung Priok towards PGC also operates during 06.00-10.00 and 16.00-20.00. From Tanjung Priok, the bus enters the toll road after Sunter Kelapa Gading and exits the toll road before Penas Kalimalang, then continues through regular corridor stops towards PGC.[9]

A bypass route between Cililitan and Dukuh Atas also operates between 06.00 and 09.00. Bypass routes use other corridor(s) to avoid traffic jams in regular corridor. Corridor 10 uses the normal corridor to Cawang UKI-Pemuda Pramuka BPKP and then turns to corridor 4 to Dukuh Atas.[9]

  Corridor 10 (Tanjung PriokCililitan (PGC 2))
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K10.01 Tanjung Priok   Tanjung Priok     Tanjung Priuk
  Tanjung Priok Bus Terminal
K10.02 Enggano   Enggano
K10.03 Permai Koja   Permai Koja
K10.04 Walikota Jakarta Utara   Walikota Jakarta Utara
K10.05 Plumpang Pertamina   Plumpang Pertamina
K10.06 Sunter Kelapa Gading   Sunter Kelapa Gading
K10.07 Yos Sudarso Kodamar
K10.08 Cempaka Mas       Cempaka Timur (via bridge)
K10.09 Cempaka Putih
K10.10 Pulomas Bypass
K10.11 Kayu Putih Rawasari
K10.12 Pemuda Pramuka     Pramuka BPKP (via bridge)   Pramuka Raya (Planned)
K10.13 Utan Kayu Rawamangun   Utan Kayu Rawamangun
K10.14 Ahmad Yani Bea Cukai   Ahmad Yani Bea Cukai
K10.15 Stasiun Jatinegara   Stasiun Jatinegara
  Flyover Jatinegara (via bridge)
      Jatinegara
K10.16 Pedati Prumpung   Pedati Prumpung
K10.17 Cipinang Kebon Nanas   Cipinang Kebon Nanas
K10.18 Penas Kalimalang   Penas Kalimalang
K10.19 Cawang Sutoyo   Cawang Sutoyo
K10.20 Cawang UKI             Cawang UKI
K10.21 BKN         BKN
K10.22 PGC 2   PGC 2   Cililitan Bus Terminal

Corridor 11Edit

  • Began operation: December 31, 2010
  • Operator: Perum PPD & PT. Steady Safe Tbk
  • Route length: 11.4 kilometres (7.1 mi)
  • Number of stations: 16
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue & Volvo in dark blue-white
  Corridor 11 (Pulogebang - Kampung Melayu)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal or train station nearby
K11.01 Pulo Gebang   Cakung
  Pulo Gebang Bus Terminal
K11.02 Walikota Jakarta Timur
K11.03 Penggilingan   Klender Baru
K11.04 Perumnas Klender   Buaran
K11.05 Flyover Radin Inten
K11.06 Buaran
K11.07 Kampung Sumur
K11.08 Flyover Klender
K11.09 Stasiun Klender   Klender
K11.10 Cipinang
K11.11 Imigrasi Jakarta Timur
K11.12 Pasar Enjo
K11.13 Flyover Jatinegara     Stasiun Jatinegara (via bridge)       Jatinegara
K11.14 Stasiun Jatinegara 2       Pasar Jatinegara (via bridge)       Jatinegara
K11.15 Jatinegara RS Premier       Jatinegara RS Premier
K11.16 Kampung Melayu         Kampung Melayu   Kampung Melayu Bus Terminal

Corridor 12Edit

  • Began operation: February 14, 2013
  • Operator: Perum PPD & PT. Steady Safe Tbk
  • Route length: 23.8 kilometres (14.8 mi)
  • Number of stations: 14
  • Buses type and color: Hino in blue & Volvo in dark blue-white
  Corridor 12 (Penjaringan - Tanjung Priok)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal and train station nearby
K12.01 Panjaringan     Penjaringan
K12.02 Landmark Autoplaza ->
K12.03 Pakin ->
K12.04 Gedong Panjang ->
K12.05 Museum Fatahillah ->
K12.23 Bandengan Selatan <-
K12.22 Kali Besar Barat <-
K12.06 Kota     Kota         Jakarta Kota

  Kota (U/C)

K12.07 Pangeran Jayakarta
K12.08 Mangga Dua
K12.09 Gunung Sahari Mangga Dua       Gunung Sahari Mangga Dua
K12.10 Jembatan Merah       Jembatan Merah
K12.11 Kemayoran Landas Pacu
K12.12 Danau Agung
K12.13 SMP 140
K12.14 Sunter Karya
K12.15 Sunter Boulevard Barat
K12.16 Sunter Kelapa Gading   Sunter Kelapa Gading
K12.17 Plumpang Pertamina   Plumpang Pertamina
K12.18 Walikota Jakarta Utara   Walikota Jakarta Utara
K12.19 Permai Koja   Permai Koja
K12.20 Enggano   Enggano
K12.21 Tanjung Priok   Tanjung Priok     Tanjung Priuk
  Tanjung Priok Bus Terminal

Note: Stations indicated by a -> sign has a one way service only towards Tanjung Priok
Stations indicated by a <- sign has a one way service only towards Pluit

Corridor 13Edit

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, 2017. The route soft launched on August 14, 2017, 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.[12]

  • Corridor 13: Ciledug - Tendean, 05:00 - 22:00
  • Corridor 13A: Ciledug - Blok M, 05:00 - 22:00
  • Corridor 13B: Ciledug - Pancoran Barat, 05:00 - 22:00
  • Corridor 13C: Ciledug - Tosari ICBC, 05:00 - 22:00
  • Corridor 13D: Ciledug - Ragunan, 05:00 - 22:00 [13]
  • Corridor 13E: Ciledug - Halimun via Kuningan, 05:00 - 22:00 [14]

Currently, the buses stop at Puri Beta 2, Puri Beta 1, Adam Malik, and Tendean at ground level and at JORR, Swadarma, Cipulir, Seskoal, Kebayoran Lama, Mayestik, Tirtayasa stations along the elevated busway.

On November 12, 2018, PT. Transjakarta opened a new bus stop at CBD Ciledug. The extension of Corridor 13 to CBD Ciledug was slated to enhance the connectivity of public transport in the Greater Jakarta area.[15]

  • Began soft operation: August 14, 2017
  • Operator: PT. Transportasi Jakarta
  • Route length: 9.4 kilometres (5.8 mi)
  • Number of stations: 14
  • Buses type and color: Mercedes Benz in blue-white, dark blue-white and vintage scheme
  Corridor 13 (Puri Beta – Tendean)
Code Station name Transfer Bus terminal and train station nearby Description
K13.15 CBD Ciledug Terminus for 13 and 13A
K13.14 Puri Beta 1
K13.13 Puri Beta 2 Terminus for 13B, 13C, 13D, and 13E
K13.12 Adam Malik
K13.11 JORR
K13.10 Swadarma
K13.09 Cipulir
K13.08 Seskoal
K13.07 Kebayoran Lama   Kebayoran
K13.06 Velbak   Kebayoran
K13.05 Mayestik
K13.04 CSW   ASEAN
K13.03 Tirtayasa
K13.02 Rawa Barat
K13.01 Tendean

Future CorridorsEdit

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:

  • Corridor   (Manggarai – Pasar Minggu)
  • Corridor   (Kalimalang – Blok M)

Cross-Route CorridorsEdit

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 2020, the corridors include:[16]

  • Corridor   Rawa Buaya - Pulo Gadung
  • Corridor   Kalideres - ASMI, no stop at Harmoni Terminal
  • Corridor 3F Kalideres - Gelora Bung Karno[17]
  • Corridor 4C TU Gas - Bundaran Senayan (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor   Pulo Gadung - Patra Kuningan (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 4H Pulo Gadung - Ragunan (only on weekends and holiday)[18]
  • Corridor 4K Pulo Gadung - Blok M
  • Corridor 4M Pulo Gadung - Kota
  • Corridor   PGC - Harmoni
  • Corridor   PGC - Ancol
  • Corridor   Kampung Rambutan - Ancol
  • Corridor 5H Harmoni - Ancol[18]
  • Corridor 5K Kampung Melayu - Kota[17]
  • Corridor   Ragunan - Monas via Kuningan
  • Corridor   Ragunan - Monas via Semanggi, previously Kopaja S.602
  • Corridor 7F Kampung Rambutan - Harmoni via Cempaka Putih
  • Corridor 7M Kampung Rambutan - Pulo Gadung via Pemuda
  • Corridor   Grogol - Harmoni via Tomang
  • Corridor   PGC - Grogol/Pluit
  • Corridor   Pinang Ranti - Kota (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor   Pinang Ranti - Bundaran Senayan (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 9K Kampung Rambutan - Grogol (via Jagorawi Toll Road and Jakarta Inner Toll Ring Road) (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 9M Pinang Ranti - Kuningan (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 10D Kampung Rambutan - Tanjung Priuk (via Jagorawi Toll Road and Jakarta Inner Toll Ring Road) (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 10H Tanjung Priok - Blok M
  • Corridor 11V Pulo Gebang - Pasar Baru
  • Corridor 12M Sunter Boulevard Barat - Harmoni
  • Corridor 13A Blok M - CBD Ciledug
  • Corridor 13B Pancoran Barat - Ciledug Puri Beta
  • Corridor 13C Ciledug Puri Beta - Dukuh Atas
  • Corridor 13D Ragunan - Ciledug Puri Beta
  • Corridor 13E Ciledug Puri Beta - Kuningan (only on weekdays)
  • Corridor 13F Ciledug Puri Beta - Kampung Melayu

In late October 2017, TransJakarta launched 6 alternative cross-corridor and express routes to alleviate the additional traffic caused by infrastructure projects preparing for the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang.[19] The routes are :

  • Corridor L4 PGC 2 - Dukuh Atas 2
  • Corridor L7 Kampung Melayu - Kampung Rambutan via TMII Toll Road
  • Corridor L10 PGC 2 - Tanjung Priok via Toll Road

Note: L2 has since been withdrawn since the travel time was not as expected
L10A and L10B was merged into L10 with 2 directions

Feeder routesEdit

In cooperation with other bus operators, TransJakarta has two feeder bus networks that continue on the ordinary roads beyond the exclusive bus lanes. There are two services, one known as 'City Bus Integration with TransJakarta Bus' (Bus Kota Terintegrasi Bus TransJakarta or BKTB) and the other 'Integrated Border Transit Busway' (Angkutan Perbatasan Terintegrasi Busway or APTB). Since August 1, 2014 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.[20]

Inner City FeederEdit

Previously Bus Kota Terintegrasi Busway/BKTB (Busway Integrated City Bus), the inner city feeder bus network serves for middle to upper-economy passengers in certain satellite districts in Jakarta.[21][22] Outside the dedicated TransJakarta busway lanes, passengers can board these buses using standard bus stops without the need for raised platforms.[23] These routes were mainly operated by Kopaja, however since the introduction of a new Transjakarta low-entry bus fleet, operating under the name Metrotrans, the routes can be operated by any appointed Transjakarta contractor. 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.

Pantai Indah Kapuk-Monas BKTB is integrated with Corridor 1 (Blok M-Kota) and Corridor 12 (Pluit-Tanjung Priok). Starting on January 4, 2016, all 6 BKTB buses will be replaced by 20 mid-size buses likes Kopaja buses with the tariff is decreased to Rp 3,500 (from Rp 6,000 previously) same as other TransJakarta Regular buses tariff. The route is also extended to Pantai Indah Kapuk-Waduk Pluit-Monas-Governor Office (Balai Kota).[24] Kalibata-Tanah Abang BKTB is integrated with Corridor 1 and Corridor 9 (Pluit-Pinang Ranti). The routes that are served are :

  • Corridor 1A Pantai Indah Kapuk - Monas
  • Corridor 1C Blok M - Bintaro Kodam via Ciledug Raya [25]
  • Corridor 1E Blok M - Pondok Labu, operating alongside Metromini S.610
  • Corridor 1M Blok M - North Meruya
  • Corridor 1P Senen - Bundaran Senayan, unable to transit to other corridors[26]
  • Corridor 1Q Blok M - Rempoa[26]
  • Corridor 2B Harapan Indah - ASMI
  • Corridor 2K Jakarta Garden City (JGC) - Harapan Indah
  • Corridor 3D Penjaringan - Rawa Buaya
  • Corridor 3E Puri Kembangan - Sentraland Taman Palem
  • Corridor 4A TU Gas - Jelambar, previously PPD P.210[27]\
  • Corridor 4C Bundaran Senayan - TU Gas
  • Corridor 4F Pulo Gadung - Pondok Gede - Pinang Ranti
  • Corridor 5A Kampung Melayu - Grogol, previously PPD P.213
  • Corridor 5F Kampung Melayu - Casablanca - Tanah Abang
  • Corridor 5M Kampung Melayu - Cikini - Tanah Abang
  • Corridor 5N Kampung Melayu - Pancoran - Ragunan Belakang
  • Corridor 6H Lebak Bulus - Senen, operating alongside Kopaja P.20
  • Corridor 6N Blok M - Ragunan via Pangeran Antasari - Kemang - Ampera
  • Corridor 6Q Epicentrum - Casablanca
  • Corridor 6R Ragunan - Lebak Bulus - Ragunan
  • Corridor 7A Lebak Bulus - Kampung Rambutan
  • Corridor 7B Kampung Rambutan - Blok M
  • Corridor 7C Cibubur - BKN
  • Corridor 7E Kampung Rambutan - Ragunan[18]
  • Corridor 7N Kampung Rambutan - Pasar Rebo - Gandaria
  • Corridor 7P Pondok Kelapa - BKN
  • Corridor 8D Blok M - Joglo
  • Corridor 8E Blok M - Bintaro Raya Sector 1
  • Corridor 8K Batusari - Tanah Abang[26]
  • Corridor 9D Pasar Minggu - Tanah Abang, operating alongside MetroMini S.640
  • Corridor 9E Kebayoran Lama - Grogol
  • Corridor 9H Blok M - Cipedak via Pasar Minggu Street
  • Corridor 10C Tanjung Priok - Tanjung Priok Port
  • Corridor 11A Pulo Gebang - Rawamangun
  • Corridor 11D Pulo Gadung - Pulo Gebang via Jalan Raya Bekasi - Perkampungan Industri Kecil (PIK) – Jalan Sentra Primer Timur[28]
  • Corridor 11Q Kampung Melayu - Pulo Gebang via East Flood Canal (Banjir Kanal Timur)
  • Corridor 12A Kota - Kaliadem
  • Corridor 12B Pluit - Senen
  • Corridor 12E History of Jakarta Explorer [29]
  • Corridor 12K Asemka Explorer

Cross border feederEdit

The cross-border feeders were initially launched on August 24, 2015 with routes from Ciputat-Blok M (launched on October 1, 2014,[30] a TransJabodetabek route through Pondok Indah, while as an APTB route through Fatmawati.[31]), Harapan Indah Bekasi-Pasar Baru, and Poris Plawad Tangerang-Kemayoran. The buses were provided with a smartcard validator, a passenger counter and a GPS.[32][33]

On April 25, 2016, TransJakarta launched 3 new corridors from Bekasi to Jakarta vice versa with ticket only Rp 3,500. There were Bekasi MM-Bundaran HI, Bekasi MM-Tanjung Priok, and Bekasi Timur-Grogol. And starting on May 16, 2016 Bekasi Timur-Pasar Baru corridor is launched.[34] On August 10, 2016, routes to Bekasi MM are extended to Summarecon Bekasi.[35]

On May 26, 2016, TransJakarta launched 2 new corridors from 10 corridors planned from Tangerang to Jakarta vice versa with ticket only Rp 3,500. There were Poris Plawad Terminal-Senayan Circle and Poris Plawad Terminal-Pasar Baru.[36]

On June 6, 2016, TransJakarta launched 2 new corridors from Ciputat-Bundaran HI will integrates with Corridor 1 (Kota-Blok M), Corridor 8 (Lebak Bulus-Harmoni Sentral) and corridor 9 (Pluit-Pinang Ranti). While the other new corridor BSD City-Slipi will integrates with Corridor 8A (Lebak Bulus-Grogol 2) and Corridor 9 (Pluit-Pinang Ranti).[37]

On June 20, 2016, TransJakarta launched a new corridor from Terminal Margonda (Depok) to Cawang UKI vice versa with a cost of only Rp 3,500. The route through Margonda Raya, Juanda, Tol Cijago, and exit at Cililitan and then end at Cawang UKI bus stop.[38] But starting on July 19, 2016 TransJakarta is also (only) pass Cibubur toll gate. The bus stop from Depok is Cibubur Buperta and the bus stop from Cawang is Cibubur Junction.[39]

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 and are not integrated to TransJakarta BRT services. It refers to a premium bus service, sometimes has a similar look to TransJakarta buses.

The routes are :

  • B11 Summarecon Bekasi - Bundaran HI
  • B12 Summarecon Bekasi - Tanjung Priok
  • B21 Bekasi Timur - Grogol
  • B22 Bekasi Timur - Juanda
  • B31 Pulo Gebang - Harapan Indah
  • T11 Poris Plawad - Bundaran Senayan
  • T12 Poris Plawad - Juanda
  • S11 Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) - Jelambar
  • S21 Ciputat - Bundaran HI
  • S22 Ciputat - Kampung Rambutan
  • S41 Pondok Cabe - Tanah Abang
  • D11 Depok Bus Terminal - BKN
  • D21 Univeritas Indonesia (UI) - Lebak Bulus


Nb:- Routes B11 and B12 will be cut to Summarecon Bekasi-Cawang UKI from 10.00 to 15.00 every day.
- Routes B21 and B22 will be cut to Bekasi Timur-Cawang UKI from 10.00 to 15.00 every day.

Royaltrans FeederEdit

TransJakarta's premium service, Royaltrans, began operation on March 12, 2018. Royaltrans is operated by PT Transportasi Jakarta (TransJakarta) with Mercedes-Benz OH917 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.[40] The routes are :

  • 1K Cibubur - Blok M
  • 1T Cibubur - Kota
  • 1U TMII - Balai Kota
  • 6P Cibubur - Kuningan
  • B13 Bekasi Barat - Blok M
  • B14 Bekasi Barat - Setia Budi Utara AINI (Kuningan)
  • B15 Jatibening - Blok M
  • B16 Jatibening - Kuningan
  • B23 Bekasi Timur - Manggarai (Tebet)
  • B24 Bekasi Timur - Kalideres
  • S12 Bumi Serpong Damai(BSD) - Fatmawati
  • S31 Bintaro - Blok M
  • D31 Cinere - Kuningan

PRJ Event FeederEdit

June 7, 2017, TransJakarta added more buses to serve the JiExpo-Monas route, together with the opening of Pekan Raya Jakarta(PRJ). The aim is to serve passengers going to and from PRJ, which will increase during the event. 3 more routes were also added to accommodate passengers from other directions. The routes that are served are :

  • Corridor 2C JiExpo - Monas
  • Corridor PRJ2 JiExpo - Kampung Melayu
  • Corridor PRJ3 JiExpo - PGC
  • Corridor PRJ4 JiExpo - Pulogadung

Rental Apartment TransJakarta FeederEdit

The feeder is for low-class income people of Rental Apartment (Rusunawa). With the ID Card for adult or KJP (Kartu Jakarta Pintar) for student, the service is free, but not for the accompanying person. The first feeder is Tanjung Priok - Rusunawa Marunda has been operated starting on January 17, 2016, while the other 9 feeders will be launched soon connecting Rusunawa Daan Mogot, Rusunawa Tambora, Rusunawa Kapuk Muara, Rusunawa Flamboyan, Rusunawa Cipinang Besar Selatan, Rusunawa Buddha Tzu Chi, Rusunawa Pulogebang, Rusunawa Pinus Elok, and Rusunawa Rawa Bebek.[41] Routes that are currently available are:

  • Corridor 1D Karang Anyar Rental Apartment - Olimo (CLOSED)
  • Corridor 2E Rawa Bebek Rental Apartment - Pakin
  • Corridor 2F West Cakung Rental Apartment(Albo) - Pulo Gadung
  • Corridor 2H Jati Rawasari Rental Apartment - Senen
  • Corridor 3A Pesakih Rental Apartment - Kalideres
  • Corridor 3B Flamboyan Rental Apartment - Kalideres
  • Corridor 3C Kapuk Muara Rental Apartment - Kalideres
  • Corridor 4E Jatinegara Kaum Rental Apartment - Pulogadung
  • Corridor 9F Tambora Rental Apartment - Pluit
  • Corridor 10A Marunda Rental Apartment - Tanjung Priok
  • Corridor 10B Cipinang Besar Selatan Rental Apartment - Penas Kalimalang
  • Corridor 11B Rawa Bebek Rental Apartment - Penggilingan
  • Corridor 11C Pinus Elok Rental Apartment - Rusun Pulo Gebang
  • Corridor 11K Komarudin Rental Apartment - Penggilingan
  • Corridor 11M Rawa Bebek Rental Apartment - Bukit Duri
  • Corridor 11N Cipinang Muara Rental Apartment - Jatinegara
  • Corridor 11P Pondok Bambu Rental Apartment - Radin Inten
  • Corridor 11R Cakung Km2 Rental Apartment - Bukit Duri
  • Corridor 12C Waduk Pluit Rental Apartment - Penjaringan
  • Corridor 12D Sukapura Rental Apartment - Sunter
  • Corridor 12F Marunda Rental Apartment - Waduk Pluit Rental Apartment
  • Corridor 12H Penjaringan Rental Apartment - Penjaringan

Train Station FeederEdit

The Train Station Feeder network was launched on April 4, 2016, with four routes from Tebet train station connecting 3 TransJakarta corridors. Routes to corridor 6 operate through Saharjo flyover, Casablanca, Rasuna Said and Dr. Satrio, then turn back besides Sampoerna Strategic Square to return to Tebet Station. 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.[42] There is no permanent Tebet bus station as of January 2020, so buses start and terminate under Tebet flyover. Starting on April 14, 2016, Train Station Feeder services operate from Pesing railway station to Indosiar.[43] The available feeder routes are :

  • Corridor 1B Palmerah Station - Bundaran HI
  • Corridor 1F Palmerah Station - Bundaran Senayan
  • Corridor 1H Tanah Abang Station - Gondangdia Station
  • Corridor 1N Tanah Abang Station - Blok M, operating alongside Kopaja P.19[44]
  • Corridor 1R Tanah Abang Station - Senen Station [45]
  • Corridor 2P Gondangdia Station - Senen
  • Corridor 2Q Gondangdia Station - Balai Kota[46]
  • Corridor 4B Manggarai Station - Universitas Indonesia(UI)
  • Corridor 5B Tebet Station - Bidara Cina
  • Corridor 6C Tebet Station - Karet via Patra Kuningan
  • Corridor 6D Tebet Station - Karet via Underpass
  • Corridor 6E Tebet Station - Karet via Rasuna Said
  • Corridor 6F Manggarai Station - Ragunan
  • Corridor 6M Manggarai Station - Blok M
  • Corridor 7D Cawang Station - TMII
  • Corridor 8C Tanah Abang Station - Pasar Kebayoran Lama
  • Corridor 10F LRT Station Kelapa Gading - Sunter Kelapa Gading
  • Corridor 11T Cakung Station - Pulo Gebang via Jakarta Outer Ring Road
  • Corridor 11U Cakung Station - Pulo Gebang via Cakung Cilincing
  • Corridor DA1 Dukuh Atas TOD - Sam Ratulangi
  • Corridor DA2 Dukuh Atas TOD - Tanah Abang
  • Corridor DA3 Dukuh Atas TOD - Kuningan
  • Corridor DA4 Dukuh Atas TOD - Kota

MRT FeederEdit

The MRT Feeder network connects suburbs, places of interest and Park and Ride locations with Jakarta MRT stations, using MiniTrans buses with 32 seats. The services operate with frequent 5 minute headways. The following is a list of routes as of January 2020:

  • Corridor MR1 CSW - Pakubuwono
  • Corridor MR2 CSW - Kramat Pela
  • Corridor MR3 CSW - Wijaya
  • Corridor MR5 Blok A MRT Station - Radio Dalam
  • Corridor MR8 Blok A MRT Station - Antasari
  • Corridor MR9 Fatmawati MRT Station - South Quarter[47]

Mikro Trans FeederEdit

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 5,000. All Mikrotrans units are equipped with a smartcard reader, accepting only Jak Lingko cards.[48]

Since the opening of the Tanah Abang Skywalk, 8 Mikrotrans routes serve an interchange underneath the Skywalk.[49]

Currently Jak Lingko serves numerous routes. The active routes are :

  • JAK 001 Tanjung Priok - Plumpang
  • JAK 002 Kampung Melayu - Duren Sawit
  • JAK 003 Lebak Bulus - Pondok Labu
  • JAK 004 Grogol - Tubagus Angke
  • JAK 005 Semper - Rorotan
  • JAK 006 Kampung Rambutan - Pondok Gede
  • JAK 007 Tawakal - Tanah Abang
  • JAK 008 Roxy - Bendungan Hilir
  • JAK 009 Rox Mas - Karet
  • JAK 010 Tanah Abang - Kota
  • JAK 010A Gondangdia Station - Cikini[50]
  • JAK 011 Tanah Abang - Kebayoran Lama
  • JAK 012 Tanah Abang - Kebayoran Lama via Pos Pengumben
  • JAK 013 Tanah Abang - Kota via Jembatan Lima
  • JAK 014 Tanah Abang - Meruya Ilir
  • JAK 015 Tanjung Priok - Bulak Turi
  • JAK 016 PGC - Condet
  • JAK 017 Pulo Gadung - Senen
  • JAK 018 Stasiun Duren Kalibata - Kuningan
  • JAK 019 Pinang Ranti - Setu
  • JAK 020 Lubang Buaya - Cawang UKI
  • JAK 021 PGC - Dwikora
  • JAK 022 Penas Kalimalang - Dwikora
  • JAK 024 Pulo Gadung - Senen via Kelapa Gading
  • JAK 025 Kalisari - Pasar Rebo
  • JAK 026 Duren Sawit - Rawamangun
  • JAK 027 Rorotan - Pulogebang
  • JAK 028 Pasar Rebo - Taman Wiladatika
  • JAK 029 Tanjung Priok - Rusun Sukapura
  • JAK 030 Citraland - Meruya
  • JAK 031 Pondok Labu - Blok M
  • JAK 032 Petukangan - Lebak Bulus
  • JAK 033 Pulogadung - Kota
  • JAK 034 Rawamangun - Klender
  • JAK 035 Rawamangun - Pangkal Jati
  • JAK 036 Cilangkap - Cililitan
  • JAK 037 Cililitan - Condet
  • JAK 038 Bulak Ringin - Kampung Rambutan
  • JAK 039 Duren Sawit - Kalimalang
  • JAK 040 Grogol - Tubagus Angke
  • JAK 041 Kampung Melayu - Pulogadung
  • JAK 042 Kampung Melayu - Pondok Kelapa
  • JAK 043 Tongtek Bukit Duri - Cililitan via Kalibata
  • JAK 044 Pulogebang - Taman Harapan Baru
  • JAK 045 Ragunan - Lebak Bulus
  • JAK 046 Pasar Minggu - Jagakarsa
  • JAK 047 Pasar Minggu Terminal - Ciganjur
  • JAK 049 Lebak Bulus - Cipulir
  • JAK 050 Kalideres - Puri Kembangan
  • JAK 051 Taman Kota - Budi Luhur
  • JAK 052 Kalideres - Muara Angke
  • JAK 053 Grogol - Pos Pengumben
  • JAK 054 Grogol - Benhil
  • JAK 056 Grogol - Srengseng
  • JAK 058 Cilincing - Rorotan
  • JAK 059 Rawamangun - Rawa Sengon
  • JAK 060 Kelapa Gading - Rusun Kemayoran
  • JAK 061 Pulomas - Cempaka Putih
  • JAK 064 Lenteng Agung - Aselih
  • JAK 071 Pinang Ranti - Kampung Rambutan via Kampung Dukuh
  • JAK 072 Kampung Rambutan - Pasar Rebo
  • JAK 073 Jambore Cibubur - Pasar Rebo
  • JAK 074 Rawamangun - Cipinang Muara
  • JAK 075 Kampung Pulo - Halim
  • JAK 077 Tanjung Priok - Jembatan Hitam
  • JAK 080 Rawa Buaya - Rawa Kompeni
  • JAK 084 Kampung Melayu - Kapin Raya
  • JAK 085 Bintara - Cipinang Indah
  • JAK 112 Pulogadung - Tanah Merah
  • JAK 117 Terminal Tanjung Priok - Terminal Tanah Merdeka

Free Service routesEdit

In 2016, TransJakarta launched a free bus service serving Harmoni to Bundaran Senayan. 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, 2017, PT. Transportasi Jakarta launched a new free bus service, operating as a feeder to get around the suburb of Tanah Abang.[51]

There are currently 3 free bus routes, being:

  • GR1 Harmoni - Bundaran Senayan
  • GR2 Tanah Abang Explorer
  • POLDA Shelter Feeder

Nb: GR is short for 'gratis,' Indonesian for 'free.'

Free double decker tour servicesEdit

 
TJW-10006, a Double Decker bus CSR by PT. Coca-Cola Indonesia
 
TJW-10012, a Double Decker bus CSR by Tahir Foundation

TransJakarta serves 6 free routes using double decker buses. These routes are intended to be routes to promote Jakarta's tour sites. The was sourced from the government touting CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) from :

 
TJW-10017, a Double Decker bus CSR by Artha Graha

With a fleet totaling 27 buses, the routes serviced are :

  • BW1 - History of Jakarta (Juanda - Monas 2 - Monas 3 - IRTI - Balai Kota - Museum Nasional - Gedung Arsip Nasional - Museum Bank Indonesia - BNI 46 - Pasar Baru - Juanda)
  • BW2 - Jakarta Modern (Juanda - Monas 1 - Monas 3 - IRTI - Balai Kota - Sarinah - Museum Nasional - SD Santa Maria - Pasar Baru - Juanda)
  • BW3 - Art & Culinary (Balai Kota - Sarinah - Plaza Indonesia - Harmoni - Gedung Arsip Nasional - Museum Bank Indonesia - BNI 46 - Sawah Besar - SD Santa Maria - Juanda - Monas 2 - IRTI - Balai Kota)
  • BW4 - Jakarta Skyscraper (Juanda - Monas 1 - Monas 3 - IRTI - Balai Kota - Sarinah - Tosari - Dukuh Atas - Karet Sudirman 1 - Bundaran Senayan - Gelora Bung Karno - Dukuh Atas 4 - Plaza Indonesia - Museum Nasional - SD Santa Maria - Pasar Baru - Juanda)
  • BW5 - RPTRA Kalijodo (IRTI - Balai Kota - Sarinah - Tosari - RPTRA Kalijodo - Tosari - Plaza Indonesia - Sarinah - IRTI)
  • BW6 - Priok Cemetery (Juanda - Monas 1 - Monas 2 - Monas 3 - IRTI - Balai Kota - Sarinah - Tosari - Makam Mbah Priok - Tosari - Plaza Indonesia - Museum Nasional - Pasar Baru - Juanda)
  • BW7 - Jakarta Shopping (IRTI - Balai Kota - Sarinah - Tosari - Dukuh Atas 3 - Gelora Bung Karno North - Gelora Bung Karno 3 (Gate 1) - Plaza Indonesia - Senayan City - Gelora Bung Karno 2 - Dukuh Atas 4 - Tosari - Grand Indonesia - Sarinah - IRTI)

Inactive feeder routesEdit

Kopaja ACEdit

 
Kopaja AC S.602

The routes are:[52]

  • Kopaja P.20 (Lebak Bulus - Senen), became corridor 6H
  • Kopaja S.13 (Ragunan Belakang - Grogol)
  • Kopaja S.602 (Ragunan - National Monument), became corridor 6B
  • Kopaja U.31 (Kelapa Gading - Kota)

APTB (Busway Integrated Cross-Border Transport)Edit

On January 24, 2014 there are 143 APTB buses. But starting on June 1, 2016 APTBs are totally prohibited to enter busway corridors due to APTB frequently use non-busway corridors and still collect money from passengers whom enter APTB from TransJakarta buses stop. It is to follow March 5, 2016 policy that the policy is not so firm.[53][54]

(APTB 01) Bekasi-Pulogadung Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
On March 28, 2012 Bekasi TransJakarta Feeder began serving from Bekasi Bus Station to Pulo Gadung Bus Station, and vice versa through Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road.[55] After temporarily halted operation since March 29, the feeder has hit the road again since April 21 with new route:[56] Bekasi Terminal - Cut Meutia Street - Ahmad Yani Street - West Bekasi Toll Gate Bekasi - Jakarta Toll Road - Jakarta Inner Ring Toll Road - Perintis Kemerdekaan Street – Pulomas - Pulo Gadung Terminal

From September 17, 2012 APTB 01 integrates with two TransJakarta corridors. The haltes are:[57] Corridor 10:
Pedati Prumpung - Jatinegara Station - Bea Cukai Ahmad Yani - Utan Kayu Rawamangun - Pemuda - Kayu Putih Rawasari - Pulomas Bypass Corridor 2 :
Bekasi Terminal - Cempaka Putih - Pedongkelan - ASMI - Pulomas - Bermis - Pulo Gadung Terminal

(APTB 02) Bekasi-Kampung Rambutan Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
The feeder will be integrated with TransJakarta Corridor 7.[58]

(APTB 03) Poris Plawad–Tomang TransJakarta Feeder
On June 20, 2012, Poris Plawad–Tomang (East Tangerang) TransJakarta Feeder began serving from Poris Plawad Tangerang Bus Station to Kali Deres Bus Station vice versa.[59] The bus runs every 10 minutes and after one month operation the passengers is still around 2 to 5 persons only.[60]

(APTB 04) Ciputat-Kota Bus Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
On October 4, 2012, South Tangerang TransJakarta Feeder began serving from Ciputat Bus Station to Kota Bus Terminal vice versa through:[61] Ciputat - Pasar Jumat - Lebak Bulus - Metro Pondok Indah - Radio Dalam - Panglima Polim – Sisingamangaraja – Sudirman – Thamrin - Medan Merdeka Barat - Mangga Dua Raya

(APTB 05) Cibinong-Grogol Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
On December 7, 2012, Cibinong TransJakarta Feeder begun serve from Cibinong Bus Station to Grogol Terminal vice versa through:[62]

  • All stations in TransJakarta Corridor 9 (Sutoyo BKN, Cawang UKI, BNN until Grogol)
  • Transit to TransJakarta Corridors 7 and 10 can be done at Stations Sutoyo BKN and Cawang UKI

(APTB 06) Bogor-Rawamangun Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
On March 6, 2013, Bogor TransJakarta Feeder begun serve from Bogor Bus Station to Rawamangun Terminal (APTB 06) vice versa and cross TransJakarta Corridor 4 (Pulo Gadung–Dukuh Atas) and Corridor 9 (Pinang Ranti–Pluit).[63]

(APTB 07) Bekasi-Tanah Abang TransJakarta Feeder
On May 21, 2013, Bekasi–Tanah Abang TransJakarta Feeder began serving from Bekasi Bus Station to Tanah Abang Bus Station vice versa through Juanda street, Joyomartono, Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road, Inner Ring Toll Road, Semanggi, Sudirman, Thamrin, Kebon Sirih, Fachrudin, Jati Baru and then turn at under Jati Baru Fly Over.[64]

(APTB 08) Bekasi-Bundaran HI TransJakarta Feeder
On May 21, 2013, Bekasi–HI Circle (Bundaran HI) TransJakarta Feeder begun serve from Bekasi Bus Station to HI Circle vice versa through Juanda street, Joyomartono, Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road, Inner Ring Toll Road, Gatot Subroto, Semanggi, Sudirman and HI Circle.[65]

(APTB 09) Bogor-Blok M Terminal TransJakarta Feeder

(APTB 10) Cileungsi-Blok M Terminal TransJakarta Feeder

(APTB 11) Bogor-Tanah Abang TransJakarta Feeder[66]

(APTB 12) Bogor-Tanjung Priok TransJakarta Feeder

(APTB 13) Poris Plawad–Pulogadung TransJakarta Feeder
On December 27, 2013, Poris Plawad–Pulogadung (East Tangerang) TransJakarta Feeder began serving as replacement of Patas AC 115.[67]

(APTB 14) Cikarang-Kalideres Terminal TransJakarta Feeder
On January 24, 2014, Cikarang TransJakarta Feeder begun serve from Cikarang Bus Station to Kalideres Terminal vice versa.[68]

Cross-Border FeederEdit

Starting on September 7, 2015 an route is Depok-Grogol (Depok Bus Terminal, Margonda street, Juanda street, Cijago Toll Road and exit at UKI Cawang and then use TransJakarta Corridor from Cilitan to Grogol). 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.[69] The closed routes are:

  • Ciputat - Blok M (CLOSED)
  • Harapan Indah - Pasar Baru (CLOSED)
  • Poris Plawad - Kemayoran (CLOSED)
  • Depok - Grogol (CLOSED)

Bus Terminal FeederEdit

Starting 1 February 2017, Badan Pengelola Trans Jabodetabek (BPTJ) operates 4 new feeder routes from and to 4 terminals throughout Jakarta to Pulo Gebang terminal.[70] The aim of this feeder service is to give intercity bus passengers ease to get to the bus terminal.

  • Corridor 11C Tanjung Priok - Pulo Gebang (CLOSED), 11C became Rusun Pinus Elok-Rusun Pulo Gebang (Rental Apartment feeder)
  • Corridor 11E Lebak Bulus - Pulo Gebang (CLOSED)
  • Corridor 11F Pasar Minggu - Pulo Gebang (CLOSED)
  • Corridor 11H Pinang Ranti - Pulo Gebang (CLOSED)

TransJakarta-KWK FeederEdit

Some renovation KWK with TransJakarta sticker in front of KWK vehicles have served as TransJakarta-KWK Feeder with schedule 05.00-09.00 and 16.00-20.00. The blue color integration card of TransJakarta-KWK price is Rp 15,000 for a month,[71] while TransJakarta card or is called e-ticket has brown color. The integrated routes are :

  • B03 Meruya-Grogol
  • B08 Indosiar - Rawa Buaya
  • S14 Petukangan Utara - Lebak Bulus
  • T03 Arundina - Rumah Sakit Harapan Bunda
  • T07 Condet - Cililitan
  • T24 Poncol - Rawamangun
  • T31 Pejuang Jaya - Harapan Indah
  • U03 Terminal Pulogebang - Tanjung Priok
  • U04 Kelapa Gading - Terminal Rawamangun
  • U05 Tanjung Priok - Bulak Turi

Integration contract with KWK feeder ends on December 31, 2017.[72]

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