KA Commuter Line Jakarta Kota–Tanjung Priok
|Jakarta Kota–Tanjung Priok Line
KRL Tanjung Priok Line
Locally built INKA-Bombardier KfW i9000 used in pink line
5 December 2011 (as 'Pink Line')
21 December 2015 (fully operated)
|Owner||PT Kereta Api Indonesia|
|Operator(s)||PT Kereta Commuter Indonesia|
|Line length||15.373 km (9.552 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
KA Commuter Line Jakarta Kota–Tanjung Priok or the Tanjung Priok Line is a commuter rail line in Indonesia, operated by PT Kereta Commuter Indonesia. The line connects Jakarta Kota station in West Jakarta and Tanjung Priok station in North Jakarta. On maps and diagrams, the line is shown using the colour "pink" ( ). Covering a distance of only 15.37 kilometres, the pink line is the shortest line in the Jakarta Commuter Line system, and serves mostly as the connecting feeder line between Jakarta Kota station (red and blue line) and Kampung Bandan station (yellow line). The Pink Line traces its origins back to a railway line built from 1883–1885 during the Dutch colonial era, to connect the city of Jakarta to Tanjung Priok Port. It was also one of the earliest railway lines in Indonesia to be electrified starting from 1925.
Initially, Ancol was not opened at the time the line was fully operational. This station was finally used as a stop from June 25th, 2016
The distance table of Commuterline stations.
|Station||Distance (km)||Transfers/ Notes||Location|
|Jakarta Kota||—||0.0||Terminal station.
TransJakarta Corridor 1 (K1-20 Kota)
TransJakarta Corridor 12 (K12-6 Kota)
|Kampung Bandan||1.364||1.364||Interchange station to||North Jakarta|
|Rajawali||3.629||7.178||Interchange station to||Central Jakarta|
|Tanjung Priok||8.195||15.373||Terminal station.
TransJakarta Corridor 10 (K10-01 Tanjung Priok)
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