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LRT Jabodebek (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Bekasi)

KAI is assigned to organize the Jabodebek LRT facilities and infrastructure, including the procurement of facilities, the operation of facilities and infrastructure, the maintenance of facilities and infrastructure, including the financing of integrated Light Rail / Light Rail Transit infrastructure and the implementation of an automatic ticket system (Automatic Fare Collection). .

One Jabodebek LRT series consists of 6 trains. Under normal conditions, each circuit is capable of serving 740 passengers, consisting of 174 in a sitting position and 566 in a standing position. In congested conditions, the capacity can reach 1,308 passengers.

The Jabodebek LRT train uses resources from the third rail with a power supply voltage of 750 VDC. The Jabodebek LRT is designed to reach a speed of 90 km/h, while the maximum operating speed reaches 80 km/h.

The Jabodebek LRT has an axle load of 12 tons and has an axle width of 1435 mm or normal gauge. The advantage of the normal gauge 1435 mm compared to the narrow gauge 1067 mm commonly used in other KAI facilities is that it has high stability so that the train can run at high speed. In addition, this 1435 mm normal gauge has a higher carrying load and is commonly used in most railways in the world.

As KAI’s commitment to provide the best service for the people of Indonesia, KAI will continue to ensure the readiness of the Jabodebek LRT until it can serve the community in 2022.

Later, there will be 18 Jabodebek LRT stations that will serve the community, namely Dukuh Atas Station, Setiabudi, Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Pancoran, Cikoko, Ciliwung, Cawang, TMII, Kampung Rambutan, Ciracas, Harjamukti, Halim, Jatibening Baru, Cikunir I, Cikunir II, West Bekasi, and Jatimulya.

Jabodebek LRT stations are located not far from points of other public transportation modes. This will make it easier for customers who will use advanced public transportation


Ahead of operation, the construction of the Jabodebek LRT project is increasingly showing significant progress in readiness. Until September 2021, the progress of the Jabodebek LRT infrastructure development reached 94.36% with details of the Cawang-Harjamukti Cross Service I of 98.98%, the Cawang – Dukuh Atas Service II Cross of 90.7%, and the Cawang – Jatimulya Cross Service III of 91.8%. Furthermore, the progress of station access is 42.71%, depot construction is 51.39%, facilities is 64.70%, and integration is 35.49%.

Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway

Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway is a National Strategic Project in collaboration between Indonesia through a consortium of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) and China. The BUMN consortiums include PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk, PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk, PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) (KAI), and PT Perkebunan Nusantara VIII.

In Presidential Regulation No. 93/2021 which amended the previous regulation, the President assigned KAI to lead the BUMN Consortium.

The four BUMNs then established a joint venture company named PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN Indonesia (PSBI). Then PT PSBI and the China Consortium became a joint venture company, namely PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC) which will work on the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway project.

Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway will use the latest generation CR400AF. Having a length of 142.3 km stretching from Jakarta to Bandung, the Jakarta-Bandung Fast Train has 4 halting stations, Halim, Karawang, Walini, Tegalluar with one depot located in Tegalluar. Each station will be integrated with mass transportation modes in each region.

The construction was carried out on a massive scale to pursue operational targets in end of 2022. Of the total length of high-speed railway lines, more than 80 km of them have elevated structures while the rest are 13 tunnels and subgrades. Several temporary facilities such as Batching Plant and Casting Yard were built at several critical points to support the acceleration of the construction process.