PGoJ – Multipurpose Deep Tunnel – Jakarta - Project Profile
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The Provincial Government of Jakarta (PGoJ) is planning to construct the Multipurpose Deep Tunnel (MPDT) project in West Jakarta, Indonesia.
The project involves the construction of a 22km, 40m diameter tunnel. The tunnel will be constructed 18m below the ground. It includes the construction of two levels of roadways and a waste water reservoir beneath the roadways.
Out of 22km tunnel, 10km tunnel will be used for roads, stretching from M.T. Haryono in East Jakarta to Slipi in West Jakarta and the rest to be used for water catchment.
The project includes the construction of diversion structures, drop shafts, access routes and other related infrastructure facilities, the installation of inflow control gates, overhead lighting and emergency systems.
In May 2013, the proposal for the project development was rejected by Ministry of Public Works.
In February 2014, a Malaysian investor showed interest in managing the project and is willing to cover costs incurred by the feasibility study.
As of February 2018, project is facing delay due to environmental issues.
The project involves the construction of a 22km, 40m diameter tunnel from MT Haryono in East Jakarta to Muara Angke in West Jakarta, Indonesia.
The US$1,412 million project includes the following:
1. Construction two levels of roads
2. Construction of a waste water reservoir
3. Construction of diversion structures
4. Construction of access routes
5. Construction of drop shafts
6. Construction of service roads
7. Installation of inflow control gates
8. Installation of overhead lighting
9. Installation of safety systems
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