The Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (Jakarta MRT) is a rapid transit system in Jakarta, Indonesia. The MRT is part of the rail transit network of Jakarta, along with LRT and commuter railways.
The North-South Line opened on 24 March 2019, and the northern extension is under construction. The East-West Line and Outer–Ring Line are planned.
This is an ongoing resources page for the Jakarta MRT, including current and future maps, and progress updates.
Links and resources
Wikipedia: North–South Line (Jakarta MRT)
The route map on the official website is a screenshot of a Google Map.
shimz.co.jp has a map including the northern extension:
“The Phase 2 of the project is to extend the operational section northward by about 11.5 km including 11 stations. Section A of the Phase 2 is subway sections extending from the existing Bundaran H.I. (Hotel Indonesia) Station (built in Phase 1) to Kota Station, and Section B runs from Kota Station to Ancol Station. Section A is set to start operation in 2024 and Section B in 2027.”
[Map via shimz.co.jp.]
The East–West Line will run from Cikarang (West Java) to Balaraja (Banten) via Central Jakarta. The line will interchange with the North-South line at Thamrin Station.
Map posted on /indonesia
“MRT Jakarta has posted the official map for future East-West Line from Balaraja to Cikarang, spanning over 84 km, passing through three provinces, and has 48 stations.”
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Outer Ring line
Outer Ring line is also referred to as the MRT Fatmawati-Kampung Rambutan Line. This line is proposed and still in planning. The Jakarta Urban Railway Network Plan (2040) shows what it looks like in relation to the rest of the future system.
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There is only one line in operation so there isn’t an official MRT map. The line is represented in the Jakarta transit map including LRT, Commuter rail, and BRT.
This Wikimedia map from 2014 includes the North-South and East-West lines. The interchange station name has changed from Sarinah to Thamrin. The northern extension on this map is also incomplete.
[Map by Iwansw via Wikimedia Commons.]
S. Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom to partake in Jakarta’s MRT project (INFORIAL) – [15/11/22]
“The signing produced three agreements, an MoU between the Indonesian and South Korean governments to conduct phase four of the Jakarta MRT project for the Fatmawati-Kampung Rambutan line, a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) between the Indonesian and Japanese governments on the continuation of the Jakarta MRT East-West line phase one and a letter of intent (LoI) with the UK government on collaboration for the railway project’s development.”
Future of MRT after Jakarta no longer a capital city – [02/03/22]