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Cikini railway station

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Cikini railway station

Cikini Station
Stasiun Cikini
Location Cikini, Menteng, Central Jakarta
Owned by PT Kereta Api Indonesia
Platforms 2
Tracks 2
Other information
Station code CKI
Rebuilt 1989
Preceding station   KRL Jabodetabek   Following station
toward Bogor
Bogor-Jakarta Kota
toward Jakarta Kota
toward Depok
Depok-Jakarta Kota
Bekasi-Jakarta Kota

Cikini Station is a station located on Jl. Cikini Raya, Cikini, Menteng, Central Jakarta. This station is only served by KRL Jabotabek commuter trains from Jakarta Kota Station to Depok, Bekasi and Bogor.

There used to be a small train stop located between this station and Manggarai Station, called Pegangsaan. This train stop was closed in 1981 and the building was demolished in 1989 during the building of the Jakarta Kota-Manggarai elevated track.

Before the 1990s there was a railway track branching off to an opium factory located in Kramat and further on to the Rajawali-Jatinegara railway. After the factory closed in 1981, this side track was dismantled.

See also

External links

  • (Indonesian) PT KAI - the Indonesian rail company
Preceding station Connections Following station
Gondangdia   Jakarta Kota-Manggarai railway   Manggarai
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