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Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Jakarta
Jakarta
Inner Ring Road (Jalan Tol Dalam Kota Jakarta) is a toll road circling the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. On northern and the eastern section, the toll road is a bypass with the Sosrobahu Bridge Technic. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk and PT Citra Marga Nushapala Persada Tbk (CMNP).Contents1 History 2 Section 3 Gates and exits3.1 Ir. Wiyoto Wiyono exits 3.2 Cawang–Pluit exits4 Fee 5 References 6 Cited works 7 External linksHistory[edit] The stretch of Jakarta
Jakarta
Inner Ring Road began with the opening of Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto which intersect the Sudirman
Sudirman
Road at the Semanggi cloverleaf bridge which already under construction since the 1960s.[1] In the early 1970s, the Gatot Subroto Road had continued past Tebet and becoming M.T. Haryono Road to Cawang and meet the junction with Major Jendral Panjaitan Road
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Cawang
Cawang is administrative village (kelurahan in Indonesian) at Kramat Jati subdistrict, East Jakarta. The border of Cawang are :MT Haryono Street in the north Ciliwung River
Ciliwung River
in the west General Sutoyo Street in the east Kalibata Street and 14th Public Highschool (SMA 14) Street in the southThe zip code of this administrative village is 13630. Toponym[edit] The name Cawang derived from the name of a Malay Lieutenant who served the Dutch, called Encik Awang. The name of Enci Awang eventually turned into Cawang
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Kebon Jeruk
Kebon Jeruk
Kebon Jeruk
(Indonesian for "orange garden") is a subdistrict (kecamatan) of West Jakarta, Indonesia. Kebon Jeruk
Kebon Jeruk
is roughly bounded by Kali Pesanggrahan creek to the west, Kebayoran Lama
Kebayoran Lama
Road to the south, Daan Mogot Road to the north, and Rawa Belong - Batu Sari Road to the east. The area is approximately 18 square km. The Jakarta–Tangerang Toll Road passes through the subdistrict, connecting Jakarta
Jakarta
to Merak in Banten
Banten
Province
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Menteng
Menteng
Menteng
is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, one of the administrative municipalities in the special capital territory of Jakarta, Indonesia. The subdistrict is best known as the location of the Menteng residential area, a new urban design developed in the 1910s to become a residential area for Dutch people and high officials. At the time of its development, the area was the first planned garden suburb in colonial Batavia. Supported by easy access to service centers and nearby to the central business district, this area has become one of the most expensive areas for residential real estate in Jakarta. Several important people such as former president Suharto
Suharto
take up residence in Menteng. The President of the United States Barack Obama spent his childhood in Menteng, attending local schools including Besuki Public School and St
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Semanggi, Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Pusat) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. It had 898,883 inhabitants at the 2010 Census. Central Jakarta is the smallest in area and population of the five cities of Jakarta. It is the administrative and political center of Jakarta and Indonesia
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Sudirman
General
General
of the Army Raden Soedirman (Perfected Spelling: Sudirman; 24 January 1916[a] – 29 January 1950) was a high-ranking Indonesian military officer during the Indonesian National Revolution. The first commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, he continues to be widely respected in the country. Born in Purbalingga, Dutch East Indies, Sudirman
Sudirman
moved to Cilacap
Cilacap
in 1916 and was raised by his uncle. A diligent student at a Muhammadiyah-run school, he became respected within the community for his devotion to Islam. After dropping out of teacher's college, in 1936 he began working as a teacher, and later headmaster, at a Muhammadiyah-run elementary school
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Senayan, Kebayoran Baru
Senayan is an administrative village (kelurahan in Indonesian) at Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
subdistrict, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The post code is 12190.Contents1 Boundaries 2 Highlights 3 Toponym 4 ReferencesBoundaries[edit] The borders of Senayan are:[1]Semanggi Flyover in the north General Sudirman Street in Gelora administrative village, Tanah Abang subdistrict, Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta
in the west General Gatot Subroto Street in Karet Semanggi administrative village, Setiabudi subdistrict in the east Selong administrative village in the south.It is worth to note that in spite of the name use, the Gelora Bung Karno sport complex - which is also known as Gelora Senayan Sports Complex, is not within the boundaries of this administrative village, not even in South Jakarta
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Gelora
Gelora is an administrative village in the Tanah Abang district of Indonesia. It has postal code of 10270. Walikota Jakarta Pusat office also located in Gelora village, Tanah Abang.[1] See also[edit]Tanah Abang List of administrative villages of JakartaReferences[edit]^ Tanah Abangv t eAdministrative village of the Tanah Abang district Bendungan Hilir Karet Tengsin Kebon Melati Kebon Kacang Kampung Bali Petamburan GeloraThis Indonesia-related article is a stub
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Slipi
Palmerah is a subdistrict of West Jakarta, Indonesia. The Subdistrict is roughly bounded by Jakarta-Merak Tollway to the north, Batusari - Rawa Belong Road to the west, Palmerah Barat - Palmerah Utara Road to the south, and Aipda K
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Palmerah
Palmerah
Palmerah
is a subdistrict of West Jakarta, Indonesia. The Subdistrict is roughly bounded by Jakarta-Merak Tollway to the north, Batusari - Rawa Belong Road to the west, Palmerah
Palmerah
Barat - Palmerah
Palmerah
Utara Road to the south, and Aipda K
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Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang
(English: The Red Land) is a district of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The subdistrict hosts the biggest textile market in Southeast Asia, Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang
Market. Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang
subdistrict is also the location of Bung Karno Stadium
Bung Karno Stadium
(in Kelurahan
Kelurahan
Gelora) and the western half of the Sudirman Central Business District. Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang
is also the name of two historic roads located in Kelurahan
Kelurahan
South Petojo, Gambir Subdistrict. One of these roads, Tanah Abang 1, is known as the location of a former Dutch Cemetery, now a museum called Museum Taman Prasasti
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Tomang
Tomang is an administrative village in the Grogol Petamburan
Grogol Petamburan
district of Indonesia. It has postal code of 11440. See also[edit] Grogol Petamburan List of administrative villages of Jakartav t eAdministrative villages of the Grogol Petamburan
Grogol Petamburan
districtTomang Grogol Jelambar Jelambar Baru Wijaya Kusuma Tanjung Duren Utara Tanjung Duren SelatanThis Jakarta
Jakarta
location article is a stub
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Grogol
Grogol is an urban administrative village in the Grogol Petamburan subdistrict of West Jakarta, Indonesia. The triangle-shaped administrative village is bounded by the West Flood Canal to the east, Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Jakarta Inner Ring Road
to the west, and Jalan Kyai Tapa to the south. It was among the first Jakarta's planned suburb established during the 1960s. As of 2004 it had a population of 27,896.[1] It has postal code of 11450.Contents1 History 2 See also 3 Notes and references 4 Cited worksHistory[edit] Triangle-shaped Grogol began as a new residential suburb built on 25 hectares of land
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Tangerang–Merak Toll Road
Coordinates: 06°10′56.84″S 106°47′35.01″E / 6.1824556°S 106.7930583°E / -6.1824556; 106.7930583Tangerang-Merak Toll RoadBanten HighwayRoute informationMaintained by PT Marga Mandala Sakti, a subsidiary of PT. Astratel Nusantara (an Astra Int'l company)Length 72 km (45 mi)Major junctionsEast end Cikupa IC  Jakarta– Tangerang
Tangerang
Toll Road Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
2 Serpong–Balaraja Toll Road (Planned)West end MerakLocationMajor cities Tangerang
Tangerang
Regency, Lebak Regency, Serang, CilegonHighway systemRoads and Highways in IndonesiaThe Tangerang–Merak Toll Road (), also known as the Banten highway, is part of the Trans-Java toll road
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Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu
(Indonesian for "Sunday Market") is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. The area is known for its traditional Sunday market, famous for the fruit market.[1] Historically, Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu
is a fruit cultivation area developed by the Dutch government during the colonial period. The central point of the cultivation area is the traditional market of Pasar Minggu, located in what is now Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu
Kelurahan. Teak forest could also be found in Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu
Subdistrict, notably around Jati Padang (Javanese for "bright teak") Kelurahan
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Jelambar
Jelambar is an administrative village (kelurahan) of Grogol Petamburan, West Jakarta, Indonesia.Contents1 Location 2 Transportation 3 Education 4 FacilitiesLocation[edit] This area is bounded by a few main roads, i.e. Daan Mogot St, Latumetten St, and Tubagus Angke St. The landmarks surrounding Jelambar are The Citraland Mall and Hotel Ciputra, Royal Taruma Hospital, and Indosiar TV Station. Jelambar could be accessed through the Daan Mogot street, then take one of these streets : Hadiah street, Latumenten, Penerangan or Karya street. Jelambar covers up quite a lot of housing complex such as Kavling Polri, DutaMas, Taman Harapan Indah, Prima Indah. The density of Jelambar is second after the Tambora. Transportation[edit] Jelambar is served by the famous Bemo service. A Bemo is a unique three-wheel vehicle public transport that can carry 8 people including the driver
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