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KA Commuter Line Jakarta Kota-Bekasi


KA Commuter Line Jakarta Kota-Bekasi

Jakarta Kota-Bekasi Line
Train #7117 headed to Gondangdia pass through
Gambir (non-stop station).
Type commuter rail
System KA Commuter Jabodetabek
Status Operational
Locale West Jakarta - Central Jakarta - East Jakarta
- Bekasi
Termini Jakarta Kota
Stations 16
Opened 1987
Owner PT Kereta Api
Operator(s) PT KAI Commuter Jabodetabek (PT KCJ)
Track gauge Narrow gauge
Route map

The KA Commuter Blue Line served Jakarta Kota-Bekasi Line is one of the six KA Commuter services provided by PT KAI Commuter Jabodetabek (PT KCJ). KA Commuter is an electrified commuter rail service first introduced in 1987 for the route, catering especially to commuters in North-West of Jakarta to East Jakarta ended at Bekasi.


Main, intechange, and terminal stations appear in bold.

Station Location Station Name Interchange/Notes
West Jakarta Jakarta Kota Terminal station. Interchange station to .
West Jakarta Jayakarta  
Central Jakarta Mangga Besar  
Central Jakarta Sawah Besar
Central Jakarta Juanda  
Central Jakarta Gambir Non-stop station.
Central Jakarta Gondangdia
Central Jakarta Cikini  
East Jakarta Manggarai Interchange station to .
East Jakarta Jatinegara Interchange station to
East Jakarta Cipinang Non-stop station.
East Jakarta Klender  
East Jakarta Buaran  
East Jakarta Klender Baru
East Jakarta Cakung
Bekasi Rawabebek  
Bekasi Kranji  
Bekasi Bekasi Terminal station.

External links

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

  • KRL Jabotabek website (Indonesian)
  • Jabotabek Railnews (Japanese)
  • KRL Jabodetabek (Japanese)
  • KRL-Mania - KRL Jabotabek community site (Indonesian)
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