The two Jak Lingko public minivans operational in the Rambutan Terminal, East Jakarta gets positive response from local residents.
" But do not worry, its amount will not decrease as we're still in trial and free. It operates from 5 AM-10 PM"
As experienced by Badriah (49), one of passengers said that she had to take a public minivan twice to her house in Bulak Sereh area. But now she only takes once after Jak Lingko is operated, moreover it is still free of charge.
Ramdani (57), one of Jak Lingko public minivan drivers said that he is very happy to be the driver of Jak Lingko. "Yes, I'm happy and my income starts to improve compared to before," he expressed (8/2).
In the meantime, Kampung Rambutan Terminal Head, Thofik Winanto said, to enjoy its service, passengers must have a Lingko Jak Card worth Rp 30,000 with a balance of Rp 10,000. "But do not worry, its amount will not decrease as we're still in trial and free. It operates from 5 AM-10 PM. " he exclaimed.
According to him, the Jak Lingko base is located at the Inner City Terminal, precisely next to the Transjakarta Bus Stop and the passenger lounge.
Thus far the current fleet reaches 42 units and will be added soon. The route reaches villages and does not intersect with other transportation.
Currently, in terminal, there are two units, namely Jak 38 (Rambutan - Bulak Ringin, Cibubur). Its route includes Jalan Baru, Jalan Penganten Ali Ciracas, Jalan Hidayah, Jalan PKP and Jalan Cibubur I, Jalan Lapangan Tembak and Jalan Cibubur II or in front of Cibubur Urban Village.
Another one is Jak 06 (Kampung Rambutan - Pondok Gede) with routes from Jalan Baru, Jalan Mabes Hankam, Jalan Raya Setu, Sajim, TMII's 3rd Gate, Cedang Intersection, Al Barokah Mosque.
"Then Rawan Binong, Jalan Kramat I, II, III, Jalan Lubang Raya and Jalan Raya Pondok Gede," he stated.