You can find on this page the Jakarta buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Jakarta bus system map and the Jakarta trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Jakarta in Java - Indonesia.
The Jakarta bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Jakarta bus system. This bus map of Jakarta will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Jakarta in Java - Indonesia. The Jakarta bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
TransJakarta is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was the first BRT system in Southern and Southeast Asia. TransJakarta started on January 25, 2004. As of December 28, 2011 there were 11 corridors (or lanes) in operation, with 4 more to be built. TransJakarta was designed to provide Jakarta citizens with a fast public transportation system to help reduce rush hour traffic. The buses run in special lanes, and the ticket prices are subsidized by the regional government. In 2011, TransJakarta carried 114,783,774 passengers or about 310,000 passengers per day, increased by 32 percent from 86,937,287 passengers last year. Subsidy per passenger-ticket was Rp.2,901 ($0.29) and for 2012 subsidy predicted is Rp.2,114 ($0.21) per passenger-ticket. Currently, TransJakarta has the world longest BRT routes with 172 km system length and has more than 520 buses in operation as its shown in Jakarta bus map.
Each bus is constructed with passengers safety in mind. For example the body frame is constructed using Galvanyl (Zn - Fe Alloy), a strong and rust-resistant metal. There are also eight or ten glass-shattering hammers mounted on some of the window frames, and three emergency doors for fast evacuation during an emergency. There are also two fire extinguisher at the front and back of the buses as its mentioned in Jakarta bus map. The Mercedes-Benz OH and Hino RG air-conditioned buses are painted red and yellow, with a picture of a young Brahminy Kite, which looks very similar to a bald eagle grasping a tree branch with three snakefruit on it. The buses use special fuel which is (a mix of diesel and biodiesel). For Corridor 2 (bus colors: blue and white) and 3 (bus colors: yellow and red), the buses are CNG-fueled Daewoo buses imported from South Korea. Due to various coachbuilders being involved and design tweaks applied over time, the exterior and interior appearance, quality, and comfort varies between busses operating in the same corridor.
The capacity of each bus is 30 seated and 55 standing passengers, though during rush hours these numbers are often exceeded by up to 80 passengers per bus. TransJakarta also operates Chinese-made HuangHai and Komodo articulated buses on long and straight corridors, such as Corridor 5. The cost of a TransJakarta ticket since initial up to December 2011 is still Rp. 3,500 (about US 40 cents) per trip, or Rp 2,000 ($0.22) at concessional times (05.00a.m. to 07.00a.m.) as you can see in Jakarta bus map. Passengers who change direction or who transit to another corridor do not need to pay again provided they do not exit the shelter, except at end of the routes. Passengers first buy a single trip paper ticket. To enter a shelter, passengers show their tickets to an attendant. There are plans to introduce stored value tickets and integrated ticket with Jakarta Commuter Line trains in 2012.