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This article is about the planned rapid transit system in Kuala Lumpur. For other similarly-named rapid transit systems, see Mass Rapid Transit. Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) Overview Owner MRT Corp Locale Klang Valley, Malaysia Transit type Rapid transit Number of lines 3 Line number 9 Kajang 12 Putrajaya 13 Circle MRT Number of kampung gajah bandung Kajang Line (31) Putrajaya Line (35) Circle Line (31) Website mymrt .com .my Operation Began operation 9 (16 December 2016 ; 5 years ago ( 2016-12-16)) Operation will start 12 (June 2022 ; 1 month's time ( 2022-06)) 13 (December 2028 ; 6 years' time ( 2028-12)) Operator(s) Rapid Rail Technical System length TOTAL 153.2 km (95.2 mi) 9 51 km (32 mi) 12 52.2 km (32.4 mi) 13 50.8 km (31.6 mi) Track gauge 1,435 mm ( 4 ft 8 + 1⁄ 2 in) standard gauge System map Greater KL / Klang Valley Integrated Transit Map Source: SPAD as at May 2018 The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit project is a planned three-line mass rapid transit (MRT) system in the Klang Valley ( Greater Kuala Lumpur), an urban conurbation in Malaysia which includes the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.

It envisages a "wheel and spoke" concept comprising two northwest–southeast radial lines and one circle line looping around the city of Kuala Lumpur. [1] The MRT lines, when completed, will be operated as components of the Klang Valley Integrated Transit System. Once completed, the MRT will serve to strengthen the current rail transit network in the Klang Valley, integrating the various existing rail lines while alleviating the severe traffic congestion in the Klang Valley metropolitan area.

The proposal was announced in June 2010 and was approved by the government of Malaysia in December 2010. Construction of the first line commenced in July 2011. The project also represents one of the economic entry point projects identified for the Klang Valley "National Key Economic Area" under the Economic Transformation Programme by the Malaysian government.

The Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp), founded in September 2011, has been appointed by the government as the official and asset owner of the project and kampung gajah bandung rail lines. Prior to the founding of the corporation, the project was managed by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad. [2] Contents • 1 History • 2 Rationale • 3 Network • 4 References • 5 External links History [ edit ] In June 2010, then Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced during the tabling of the 10th Malaysia Plan (2011-2015) that the government was studying the MRT proposal for the Klang Valley.

The original proposal was dubbed the “Klang Valley Integrated Transportation System”, but it is more commonly referred to as the “Greater Kuala Lumpur MRT” or “Klang Valley MRT” by the press and analysts.

[3] [4] [5] While the concept itself was conceived by a joint venture between Gamuda Berhad and MMC Corporation Berhad, contract awards for the design and construction packages was expected to be tendered out by the government via the Swiss challenge method, if approved.

[6] The MMC-Gamuda joint venture indicated its intention to be the project leader and undertake tunneling works. [7] The newly launched Public Land Transport Commission (SPAD) would oversee and coordinate the entire MRT development in terms of cost, viability, alignment and integration, and will play the role of regulators once the project is completed.

[8] [9] The national public transport infrastructure company, Prasarana Malaysia would ultimately own and operate the MRT. [10] In December 2010, the government approved the implementation of the Kampung gajah bandung project, [11] and appointed MMC-Gamuda joint venture as the Project Delivery Partner. Apart from tunneling works, the MMC-Gamuda joint venture will not be allowed to bid for the other eight parcels of the project. [12] Job tenders were expected to open in April 2011 and construction was targeted to commence in July 2011.

[13] On 17 August 2011, the government announced that the Mass Rapid Kampung gajah bandung Corporation (MRT Corp), a new company under the Finance Ministry had been formed to take control of the project from Prasarana Malaysia.

MRT Corp would be the asset owner of the project and officially take over the project from Prasarana Malaysia on 1 September 2011. [14] Prasarana Malaysia, through its subsidiary Rapid Rail, will be the operators of the new MRT lines, allowing integration with the existing Rapid KL rail network. In May 2012, MRT Corp awarded four tenders worth RM3.22 billion for the MRT Kajang Line, the first line in the project.

At the end of 2012, the corporation announced that the project for its first MRT line will not exceed RM23 billion, adding that the line is stipulated for completion kampung gajah bandung July 2017. [15] In December 2014, during a briefing for the MRT Kajang Line, the CEO of MRT Corp revealed more details about the second MRT line.

Construction was expected to begin by November 2015, after approvals and public displays in early 2015. [16] [17] In February 2015, MRT Corp prepares tenders for the second MRT line. [18] After numerous delays and re-alignments of the stations, the construction of second MRT line, the MRT Putrajaya Line began in September 2016, with Kampung gajah bandung 1 operations of the line aimed to be started by July 2021.

[19] [20] On 16 December 2016, the construction of Phase 1 of the MRT Kajang Line which spans 23 km from Sungai Buloh to Semantan was completed and the line was opened to public.

Phase 2 of line, the remaining portion of the line from Sematan to Kajang was completed and opened on 17 July 2017, allowing the entire line to enter full revenue service. Rationale [ edit ] The MRT project represents one of the economic entry point projects identified for the Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley National Key Economic Area under the Economic Transformation Programme. [13] The new MRT system is envisaged to radically improve and transform Kuala Lumpur's poor and sorely inadequate public transportation coverage and to propel the Klang Valley metropolitan area to be on par with that of a developed city.

The new lines will increase Klang Valley's rapid rail network from 15 km per million people in 2010 to 40 km per million people once completed. The proposal also envisages a fivefold increase in rail ridership, in line with the government's target for public transport usage in the Klang Valley of 40% by 2020 from 18% in 2009.

[21] [22] The project's three lines – the MRT Circle Line, looping around Kuala Lumpur, and the MRT Kajang Line and MRT Putrajaya Line covering a 20 km radius in the southeast–northwest direction from the city centre – will integrate the current rapid transit system in Kuala Lumpur and serve high-density areas which are currently not serviced by any rapid transit system.

About 90 new stations are planned in this "Wheel and Spoke" concept, out of which 26 in the city centre will be underground. Ridership capacity will be 2 million passengers per day. [23] The preliminary project cost, which will be government-funded, was estimated by MMC-Gamuda to be at RM36 billion, [24] representing the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in Malaysia.

Analysts estimate the cost could be significantly higher due to extensive tunneling works required. [25] [26] [27] [28] While the project is welcome by most, some analysts and commentators have expressed concerns on the commercial viability of the project and skepticism on the government part to pull off a project of such scale, given the numerous past delays in other rail-related projects in Malaysia.

However, most agree that the project will generate immense economic contribution and investment returns in the future. [29] [30] [31] Network [ edit ] Main articles: Kajang line, Putrajaya line, and MRT Circle Line Initially, the previous proposed lines by MMC-Gamuda; Red Line will go from Damansara in the northwest to Serdang in the southeast, while Green Line will be from Kepong in the northeast to Cheras in the southwest.

Both lines will pass through downtown area of Kuala Lumpur and converge at Dataran Perdana ( Tun Razak Exchange) near Jalan Tun Razak. [30] These routes ultimately went through numerous realignments. The final route for MRT Kajang Line is believed to have replaced the Kota Damansara- Cheras Line which was originally proposed by Prasarana in 2006.

In December 2010, the government approved the implementation of the MRT project and announced preliminary plans for the first line, the 9 MRT Kajang Line, stretching 51 km from Sungai Buloh to Kajang through 31 stations. The line will pass through the city centre and will serve densely populated suburban areas including Kota Damansara, Mutiara Damansara, Bandar Utama, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Bukit Damansara, Cheras, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn and Balakong, with a total catchment population of 1.2 million people.

Thie line commenced construction in July 2011 and was completed in 2017. [32] The 12 MRT Putrajaya Line, currently under construction, will consist of 35 stations over 52.2 km stretching from Sungai Buloh to Putrajaya, also passing through the city centre and will serve the suburban areas of Kepong, Bandar Sri Damansara Sentul, Titiwangsa, Kuchai Lama, Sungai Besi, Seri Kembangan and Cyberjaya. The line is expected to be fully operational by 2023. [20] In 2023, the government of Malaysia plans for the third MRT line, the 13 MRT Circle Line.

[33] The line will consist of 31 stations with 2 provisionals over 50 km stretching from Bukit Kiara to the University of Malaya and will serve populated residential areas including Sri Hartamas, Titiwangsa, Mont Kiara, Segambut, KL Metropolis, Titiwangsa, Setapak, Setiawangsa, Cheras, Salak South, Pandan Indah, Cheras, Pantai Dalam and Bangsar South. [34] [35] The construction of the Circle Line will form the "wheel" feature of the "Wheel and Spoke" model used in the construction of the entire MRT project.

The line is expected to begin its first phase of operations in December 2028. [36] References [ edit ] • ^ "MRT Corporate Info".

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MRT Corp. 2012-01-09. • ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-13. Retrieved 2011-08-22. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) • ^ "KL to have MRT system, say sources". The Edge. 2010-06-07. Archived from the original on 2012-03-03. Retrieved 2010-07-15. • ^ "10MP: Malaysia plans MRT system". Business Times. 2010-06-10. kampung gajah bandung ^ "12 weeks to conduct MRT feasibility study".

The Star. 2010-07-09. • ^ "RM30b MRT plan". New Straits Times. 2010-06-08. Archived from the original on 2010-06-11. • ^ "Gamuda, MMC eye tunnel works". The Star. 2010-07-15. • ^ "SPAD - Super transport service". Free Malaysia Today. 2010-06-16. • ^ "Integrated transport masterplan a must, says Pua". Free Malaysia Today. 2010-06-28. • ^ "Putrajaya mulls multi-billion rail deals". The Malaysian Insider. 2010-06-07. Archived from the original on 2010-06-11. • ^ "MRT project approved, set to start in July".

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• ^ a b "MRT project to generate billion$ in GNI". Business Times. 2011-01-05. • ^ "Putrajaya puts MRT under new project owners". Malaysian Insider. 19 August 2011. Archived from the original on 3 September 2011. Retrieved 19 August 2011. • ^ "Malaysia Business & Kampung gajah bandung News, Stock Updates - the Star".

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The Star. Star. Star Publication. Retrieved 3 December 2014. • ^ "New alignment for Sg Buloh-Putrajaya MRT line proposed". The Star Online. • ^ "MRT Corp prepares tender for Line 2, project display in Q2". thestar.com.my. • ^ "PM launches RM32b second MRT line to turn Klang Valley into world class city".

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• Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Kuching City at night Overview Native name Sistem Pengangkutan Bandaraya Kuching ( Malay) Owner Sarawak Metro - Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) Locale Kuching, Samarahan and Serian Transit type Bus rapid transit - Guided bi-articulated bus Number of lines 3 Website www .mysarawakmetro .com Operation Began operation 2025 ; 3 years' time ( 2025) [1] Operator(s) Sarawak Metro Technical System length 155.20 km (96 mi) Track gauge 1,435 mm ( 4 ft 8 + 1⁄ 2 in) The Kuching LRT was a proposed light rapid transit (LRT) system network in Kuching as one of the method to ease traffic congestion in the city.

[2] It was to be constructed using state funds. [2] kampung gajah bandung The proposed LRT lines will connect Kuching to Samarahan and Serian. [4] Chief Minister Abang Abdul Rahman Johari Abang Openg promised to build the first Sarawak LRT soon to avoid rising costs, [5] with Chinese companies offering their expertise to collaborate in the construction. [6] The project is funded by the Development Bank of Sarawak (DBOS). [7] Contents • 1 First plan - Light Rapid Transit • kampung gajah bandung Planned routes • 1.2 Shelving • 2 Second plan - Bus Rapid Transit • 3 See also kampung gajah bandung 4 References First plan - Light Rapid Transit [ edit ] The construction of the RM10.8 billion project was expected to commence by 2019 and was scheduled to be operational by 2024.

[8] It was proposed that the LRT will use hydrogen fuel cell rolling-stock with a travel speed of 70–140 km/h. [9] The hydrogen fuel cell trains were in line with the state government’s vision to develop a hydrogen economy, as part of its green initiative. Aside from hydrogen-powered trains, Kuching will also be the first city in the country to have hydrogen-powered buses. [10] Planned routes [ edit ] On 29 March 2018, the Chief Minister released the routes and stations of three of the six lines with 155.2 kilometers of track [11] to be completed in 2024, while the remaining three lines to be implemented at a later stage.

[8] A Government-linked company (GLC) called Sarawak Metro Sdn Bhd [12] has been registered to manage the LRT system. [11] Line Origin – Destination Landmark nearby proposed stations Distance & Stations 1 Samarahan Line Kota Samarahan to Damai via Sungai Batu, REMBUS, Kota Samarahan, Summer Mall, Aiman Mall, INTAN/SALCRA/ UiTM, UNIMAS, Sarawak Heart Centre, La Promenade, Riveria, eMart, PPKS, Wisma Wan, Vivacity, Simpang Tiga, Swinburne, Jalan Tabuan, Jalan Central Timur, Kampung gajah bandung HQ, Hikmah Exchange, Jalan Hashim Jaafar, Medan Raya, Sarawak Stadium, Hospital Sarawak, Bandar Baru Samariang, Mara, Rampangi, Salak, Sg.

Batu, Buntal, Santubong, DAMAI CENTRAL 62.4km, 25 stations. 2 Serian Line Serian to Senari via Siburan, SOUTH DEPOT, Serian, Pasar Baki, Tapah, Beratok, Duranta, Siburan, Seratau, Beverly Park, JPJ, Kota Padawan, Everwin, Penrissen, Kuching Sentral, Kuching International Airport, BDC, Gala City, City One, Simpang Tiga, JPN, The Spring Shopping Mall, Chung Hua Middle School No. 3, Jalan Tun Razak, SMK Pending, Bintawa, ISTHMUS, Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, Demak Laut, Demak Laut Convention Centre, Senari Port, Bako, Muara Tebas, DEEP SEA PORT 82km, 25 stations.

3 City Dispersal Line Kuching City Waterfront, UTC, Jalan Abell, Padungan, Padungan Central, Three Hills Park, Tanah Putih, Pending, Jalan Tun Salahudin, Darul Hana, Wisma Bapa Malaysia, Medan Raya, Jalan Hashim Jaafar, Hikmah Exchange 10.8km, 13 stations. Shelving [ edit ] However, on 1 September 2018, the Chief Minister announced that the project has been placed on hold, citing that the funds allocated to the project will instead be used to build basic amenities for Sarawak's rural areas.

[13] A guided bi-articulated buses at Yibin ART T1 line. Second plan - Bus Rapid Transit [ edit ] In July 2019, the Chief Minister said that the LRT project will be built using artificial intelligence (AI) technology which will remove the need for conventional rails and bringing down the cost of the project.

[14] By September, the government of Sarawak choose China's Automated Rapid Transit (ART) system than LRT due to its more affordable cost where the state transport minister said it will be ready by 2022. [15] [16] The ART is a type of guided bus running on batteries. See also [ edit ] • Bi-articulated bus • Iskandar Malaysia Bus Rapid Transit • Sarawak Railway Line • Kota Kinabalu Line References [ edit ] • ^ https://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/sarawak-sistem-transit-aliran-autonomi-mula-beroperasi-2025-257707 Sarawak: Sistem Transit Aliran Autonomi mula beroperasi 2025 • ^ a b Samuel Aubrey (19 March 2017).

"CM: Kuching – Serian LRT under study". The Borneo Post. Archived from the original on 24 April 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ "Sarawak unveils plan for public transport link from Kuching to Serian". Borneo Bulletin. 19 March 2017. Archived from the original on 24 April 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ "Sarawak Could Have LRT System Up and Running by 2020". New Straits Times.

Property Hunter. 19 April 2017. Archived from the original on 24 April 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ Sharon Ling (29 April 2017). "Kuching to have LRT – 'We don't want to be like KL' ". The Star. Retrieved 14 May 2017. • ^ Lim How Pim (30 April 2017). "China offers expertise in building Sarawak's future LRT system". The Borneo Post.

Archived from the original on 14 May 2017. Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ vernonchancom (31 March 2018). "Kuching LRT ready by 2024, will use hydrogen fuel cell trains". VERNONCHAN.COM. Retrieved 2 June 2020. • ^ a b Rintos Kampung gajah bandung (29 March 2018). "LRT lines connecting Kuching, Samarahan and Serian to be operational by 2024". The Borneo Post. Archived from the original on 31 March 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ "Sarawak's LRT to use hydrogen fuel cell trains". The Star.

30 March 2018 .

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Retrieved 31 March 2018. • ^ vernonchancom (31 March 2018). "Kuching LRT ready by 2024, will use hydrogen fuel cell trains". VERNONCHAN.COM. Retrieved 2 June 2020. • ^ a b "The Kuching LRT". Kuching Borneo. 29 March 2018. Archived from the original on 31 March 2018.

Retrieved 23 July 2019. • ^ Chan, Vernon (31 March 2018). "Kuching LRT ready by 2024, will use hydrogen fuel cell trains". VERNONCHAN.COM. Archived from the original on 23 May 2020. Retrieved 2 June 2018. • ^ Sulok Tawie (1 September 2018). "No LRT for Sarawak for time being, CM confirms".

Malay Mail. Retrieved 1 October 2018. • ^ "LRT project may use new AI tech to 'read' kampung gajah bandung — CM". The Borneo Post. 17 July 2019. Archived from the original on 17 July 2019. Retrieved 23 July 2019.

kampung gajah bandung ^ Samuel Aubrey (21 September 2019). "CM: Sarawak decides on ART to improve public transport". The Borneo Post. Archived from the original on 25 September 2019.

Retrieved 25 September 2019. • ^ Rintos Mail (24 September 2019). "Sarawak's ART public transport system ready for action in 2022, says transport minister".

The Borneo Post. Archived from the original on 25 September 2019. Retrieved 25 September 2019. • Ampang (LRT) • Batu Gajah (Inter-city) • Bukit Tengah (Commuter) • Brickfields (Monorail) • Kajang (MRT) • Kampung Kuala Sungai Baru (LRT) • KLIA MAHB (KLIA Aerotrain) • Rawang (Commuter) • Salak Tinggi (ERL) • Sentul (Commuter) • Seremban (Commuter) • Subang (LRT) • Sungai Buloh (MRT) • Tanjung Aru (Inter-city) Future • Klang Valley Integrated Transit System • KTM Komuter • 1 • 2 • 10 • Rapid KL • 3 • 4 • 5 • 8 • 9 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • ERL • 6 • 7 • KTM Komuter Northern Sector • 1 • 2 • Penang LRT System • 3 • 4 • Kota Kinabalu LRT Line • Kota Kinabalu Monorail • Melaka Monorail • KLIA Aerotrain • Penang Hill Railway • RTS • Bangkok Mass Transit System • BTS • Silom • Sukhumvit • Gold • MRT • Blue • Purple • Pink • Yellow • Orange • Brown • BMA • Grey • Light Blue • Silver • SRTET • ARL • Light Red • Dark Red • SRT Commuter • Lopburi Line • Kaeng Khoi Line • Prachinburi Line • Ratchaburi Line • Suphanburi Line • Maeklong Railway • Suvarnabhumi APM • Don Mueang APM • HSR • Eastern HSR • Northeastern HSR • Northern HSR • Southern HSR • Provincial Urban Rail Transit • Chiang Mai Light Rail Transit • Hat Yai Monorail • Khon Kaen Light Rail Transit • Nakhon Ratchasima Light Rail Transit • Pattaya Monorail • Phitsanulok Tram • Phuket Island Light Rail Transit Edit links • This page was last edited on 12 October 2021, at 05:54 (UTC).

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Daftar isi • 1 Sejarah • 2 Pendakian • 3 Asal usul • 4 Lihat pula • 5 Referensi Sejarah [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Beberapa naskah kuno menyebut Gunung Cikuray sebagai Gunung Srimanganti atau Srimanganten. Sekitar abad ke-17, lereng Gunung Cikuray menjadi mandala, yaitu pusat pertapaan para pendeta dan kegiatan tulis menulis kerajaan Padjadjaran.

Bukti-bukti tertulis mengenai mandala ini masih tersimpan di sebuah cagar budaya Ciburuy di Kecamatan Cigedug.

[1] Pendakian [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Untuk mencapai Cikuray dapat ditempuh dengan naik kendaraan umum dari Bandung atau dari Tasikmalaya menuju terminal Guntur. Dari sana diteruskan dengan angkutan kota menuju jalur pendakian, ( Desa Dangiang, Bayongbong, Cikajang, dan Dayeuhmanggung). Keempat jalur tersebut menawarkan medan yang sangat menarik dengan karakteristik masing-masing. Jalur Desa Kampung gajah bandung adalah jalur yang landai dan terdapt sumber air juga Sinyal HP, sehingga dapat cepat sampai menuju puncak.

Karena letaknya paling tinggi di Kabupaten Garut, kaki gunung Cikuray dipakai untuk stasiun pemancar TV swasta dan TVRI. Gunung Cikuray mempunyai kawasan hutan Dipterokarp Bukit, hutan Dipterokarp Atas, Hutan Montane dan Hutan Ericaceous.

Asal usul [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Gunung Cikuray adalah sumber inspirasi dari nama Kereta api Cikuray, kereta api penumpang kelas ekonomi yang melayani Pasarsenen- Bandung- Garut dan rencananya bakal beroperasi Jika Reaktivasi Jalur Kereta api Cibatu-Garut rampung semua. Lihat pula [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • Daftar gunung di Indonesia • Jawa Referensi [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • Gunung Sunda • Bangkok • Bedil • Bohong • Boled • Bukit Tunggul • Burangrang • Cakrabuana • Calancang • Ceremai • Cikuray • Cuku • Endut • Galunggung • Gede • Geulis • Guntur • Halimun (perbatasan dengan Banten) • Kamojang • Kancana • Karacak • Kendang • Kiaraberes-Gagak • Lalakon • Lamajang • Limbung • Malabar • Manglayang • Masigit • Padakasih • Pancar • Pangrango • Papandayan • Patuha • Perbakti • Pojoktiga (perbatasan dengan Jateng) • Puncak Besar • Riung • Salak • Sanggabuana • Sawal • Sedakeling • Tampomas • Tangkuban Parahu • Telaga Bodas • Tilu • Waringin • Wayang • Windu Banten • Andong • Gajah • Genuk • Lasem • Lawu (perbatasan dengan Jatim) • Merapi (perbatasan dengan Yogya) • Merbabu • Muria • Pojoktiga (perbatasan dengan Jabar) • Prahu • Rogojembangan • Sindara • Sipandu • Slamet • Srandil • Sumbing • Telomoyo • Tidar • Ungaran • Pegunungan Kapur Utara (perbatasan dengan Jatim) • Pegunungan Kendeng (perbatasan dengan Jatim) • Pegunungan Menoreh (perbatasan dengan Yogya) • Pegunungan Sewu (perbatasan dengan Yogya dan Jatim) Yogyakarta • Anjasmoro • Argapura • Kampung gajah bandung • Arjuno • Baluran • Banyak • Batok • Biru • Bromo • Buring • Butak • Geger • Gumitir • Ijen • Kawi • Kelud • Kembar I • Kembar II • Klotok • Kursi • Lawu (perbatasan dengan Jateng) • Lemongan • Liman • Limo • Lurus • Merapi • Pandan • Panderman • Penanggungan • Penanjakan • Pendil • Rante • Raung • Ringgit • Semeru • Suket • Welirang kampung gajah bandung Widodaren kampung gajah bandung Wilis • Pegunungan Kapur Utara (perbatasan dengan Jateng) • Pegunungan Kendeng (perbatasan dengan Jateng) • Pegunungan Sewu (perbatasan dengan Jateng dan Yogya) • Halaman ini terakhir diubah pada 9 April 2022, pukul 10.13.

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Keempatnya ditangkap polisi setelah melakukan pencurian sepeda motor di Kampung Gajah Eretan, Desa Gajah Mekar, Kecamatan Kutawaringin, Kabupaten Bandung, Rabu kampung gajah bandung April 2022 lalu. Kapolresta Bandung, Kombes Pol Kusworo Wibowo mengatakan, para pelaku beraksi di parkiran Pesantren Hidayatul Hikmah sekira pukul 20.00 pada saat korban sedang melaksanakan salat tarawih. Baca Juga: 16 Tewas dalam Kecelakaan Truk di Pegunungan Arfak Papua, Mereka Penambang Emas Ilegal?

Ini Kata Kapolres "Saat kampung gajah bandung selesai melaksanakan ibadah salat tarawih dan keluar membeli makanan, korban baru menyadari kendaraan miliknya telah hilang," kata Kusworo saat gelar perkara di Mapolresta Bandung, Jalan Bhayangkara, Soreang, Kabupaten Bandung, Rabu 13 April 2022.

Kusworo menuturkan, sebelumnya korban telah diingatkan oleh temannya karena ada sepeda motor yang lampunya masih menyala di parkiran Masjid, namun korban tidak sadar. Setelah mengetahui kendaraannya hilang, korban langsung melaporkan kejadian tersebut ke pihak kepolisian.

Dari hasil laporan dan mendapatkan bukti-bukti, Satreskrim Polresta Bandung langsung melakukan penyelidikan dan pengejaran kepada empat tersangka. Baca Juga: Sekutu Penting Putin Ditangkap Dinas Rahasia Ukraina: Belenggu Nunggu untuk Pengkhianat Sepertimu!

KONDISI KAMPUNG GAJAH SEKARANG, TAHUN 2021




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