Based on the study, the LRT development plan will be divided into two phases. Phase 1-A will cover the 5.3-km Airport – Central Park Station route, while Phase 1-B will cover the 4.16-km Central Park-Seminyak Station route.
The minister added that the Bali administration and the Korea National Railway are still reviewing the LRT construction plan for the second phase of the Seminyak – Mengwitani route.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) has also expressed a desire to cooperate in the construction of MRT Jakarta’s Phase 4 Fatmawati – TMII route, the minister disclosed.
According to the results of a pre-feasibility study conducted by PT MRT Jakarta in 2020, MRT’s Fatmawati – TMII route is needed to improve urban mass transit services.
During the meeting, Sumadi and Park also discussed plans for other projects, such as the Hang Nadim Airport in Batam, the use of electric cars, the development of the coal transportation railway line in Sumbagsel (Lahat – Tarahan), and the railway line in Central Kalimantan (Purukcahu – Bangkuang)./.