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6°12′07″S 106°49′15″E / 6.201917°S 106.820913°E / -6.201917; 106.820913Transit-oriented development area in Jakarta, Indonesia

Dukuh Atas TOD (Indonesian: Kawasan Berorientasi Transit Dukuh Atas or KBT Dukuh Atas) is a transit-oriented development area between Central Jakarta and South Jakarta, Indonesia. This is built as part of constructing several other transit oriented development across Jakarta to facilitate commuters to transfer between different mode of public transportation.
The development includes Dukuh Atas BNI station of Jakarta MRT, Sudirman station of KRL Commuterline, BNI City of Airport Rail Link, Dukuh Atas LRT station of Jabodebek LRT,[2][3] and TransJakarta bus services. It spreads from Jl. Kendal beside Sudirman station in Central Jakarta through underpass to Jl. Blora and Jl. Tanjung Karang. The area has been designated as the main transit point for Central Jakarta and South Jakarta.[4]

History[edit]
The name Dukuh Atas is thought to have come from the duku fruit plantation that once grew around the area. This area was also a trading place for duku fruit during its time.[5][6] The village named Dukuh was then separated according to location, namely Dukuh Atas which was located higher and another area called Dukuh Bawah. Dukuh Bawah itself is now included in the Setiabudi Village (Kelurahan), Setiabudi District, South Jakarta.[7]
Dukuh Atas has long been Jakarta’s nightlife area serving the needs of the upper middle class area since the 1960s. A number of bars and nightclubs line this area. Apart from that, there is also a street vendor area which is usually a place for lunch for workers from offices located nearby.[8]

Developments[edit]
There is a park on the western slope of Jalan Jenderal Sudirman down to Jl. Tanjung Karang, under which Dukuh Atas BNI station of Jakarta MRT is located. From the Dukuh Atas BNI MRT station point, a 700 meters pedestrian route connects Kendal Road to Blora street.[8][9] There is also a transit plaza, which is a 20-story building that will house the MRT office and other facilities.[10] Part of Blora and Kendal streets at the front of Sudirman railway station has been permanently closed from motorized vehicle traffic and converted into a wide pedestrian corridor. Traffic flow from Sudirman to Latuharhari are diverted to Juana and Pati streets, where the new transit plaza building is located.[11]
On the south side of the TOD, there is the Dukuh Atas Cultural Spot Park which was restored and inaugurated in 2019. This park also functions as a link for the pedestrian path on the east side of Jalan Jenderal Sudirman and the Dukuh Atas 2 (now Galunggung) TransJakarta bus station.[12][13] A pedestrian bridge is built to connect Dukuh Atas LRT Station with the Sudirman railway station, so that it can make it easier for people to switch modes from both sides of the TOD.[14][15][16] The bridge, named Jembatan Penyeberangan Multiguna (JPM) Dukuh Atas (Dukuh Atas Multi-Purpose Crossing Bridge) or Serambi Temu Dukuh Atas (lit. ’Dukuh Atas Rendezvous Terrace’) was opened along with the inauguration of the Jabodebek LRT service on 28 August 2023. The 250-metre bridge is divided in three zones with commercial areas and it is also accessible with bicycles.[17] The multi-purpose bridge was inaugurated on 14 September 2023, by the Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi and the Acting Governor of Jakarta Heru Budi Hartono.[18]
Another pedestrian bridge, which is named “Dukuh Atas Pedestrian Deck” is planned to ease pedestrian access from Sudirman street to BNI City station. The new iconic curve-shaped bridge will be built on the southeast of the station.[19]

List of transportation services[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

^ Muhammad Wildan (30 April 2019). “Anies Resmikan Kawasan TOD Dukuh Atas”. Bisnis (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ Anton Hermansyah (4 May 2017). “Dukuh Atas Station to serve passengers of 5 transportation modes”. The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ Ridwan Aji Pitoko (20 December 2017). “PT MRT Jakarta Akan Groundbreaking TOD Stasiun Dukuh Atas Januari 2018”. Kompas (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ Ryana Aryadita (27 March 2019). “Jl. Kendal underpass gets facelift, now for pedestrians only”. The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ H. M., Zaenuddin (2012). 212 asal-usul Djakarta tempo doeloe: disertai fakta, foto, dan kesaksian unik yang membawa anda ke masa lalu. Jakarta: Ufuk Press. ISBN 978-602-7689-04-6. OCLC 812615021.

^ Abdullah, Nurudin (13 December 2014). “Inilah Asal Usul Nama Dukuh Atas di Jakarta”. Bisnis.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ “Menyusuri Panti Pijat Hingga Bisnis Susu di Segitiga Emas”. Republika Online (in Indonesian). 23 January 2019. Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ a b Ratna Puspita (4 March 2019). “TOD Dukuh Atas Rampung Akhir Desember 2021”. Republika (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ Lani Diana Wijaya (9 September 2018). “MRT Bangun Taman di Atas Stasiun Dukuh Atas”. Tempo (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ David Oliver Purba (25 January 2018). “Ex market torn down for Dukuh Atas TOD”. The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 7 August 2019.

^ Bisakah BEBAS PKL & PARKIR ?? TROTOAR BARU Stasiun KRL SUDIRMAN Segera Selesai Kawasan TOD DK ATAS. 31 October 2023. Retrieved 31 October 2023 – via YouTube.

^ “Taman Dukuh Atas Segera Diresmikan”. Republika Online (in Indonesian). 13 July 2019. Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ “Anies Resmikan Spot Budaya Dukuh Atas untuk Ruang Ekspresi Warga – Nasional Katadata.co.id”. katadata.co.id (in Indonesian). 18 August 2019. Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ Nababan, Helena F. (5 September 2021). “Serambi Temu Dukuh Atas, Calon Wajah Baru Dukuh Atas”. kompas.id (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ Azzahra, Tiara Aliya (1 August 2021). “Jembatan Multiguna Dukuh Atas Harus Rampung 2022, Akan Ada Trek Sepeda”. detiknews (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ “Target Beroperasi Oktober 2022, Dukuh Atas Dikembangkan jadi Kawasan TOD Pertama di Jakarta”. TrenAsia (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 May 2023.

^ Itsnaini, Faqihah Muharroroh (31 August 2023). Widyanti, Ni Nyoman Wira (ed.). “JPM Dukuh Atas Sudah Beroperasi, Hubungkan Akses KRL, LRT, dan TransJakarta”. Kompas.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 1 September 2023.

^ Makki, Safir (13 September 2023). “Menhub & Heru Budi Resmikan JPM Dukuh Atas, Dibangun Tanpa APBN-APBD”. CNN Indonesia (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 September 2023.

^ Azzahra, Tiara Aliya (5 October 2023). “Kembangkan TOD, MRT Bakal Bangun ‘Iconic Bridge’ Rp 60 M di Dukuh Atas”. detiknews (in Indonesian). Retrieved 5 October 2023.

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