KA Commuter Line Tanah Abang–Rangkasbitung

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Green Line
Tanah Abang–Rangkasbitung
KRL Icon Green.svg
Commuterline at Palmerah Station 4.JPG
A Commuterline train at Palmerah.
Overview
Type commuter rail
System KA Commuter Jabodetabek
Status Operational
Locale Central Jakarta
West Jakarta
South Jakarta
South Tangerang
Tangerang Regency
Bogor Regency
Lebak Regency
Termini Tanah Abang
Rangkasbitung
Stations 17
Services 3
Website www.krl.co.id
Operation
Opened 1 October 1899 (1899-10-01) (track opened)
1992 (electrified)
5 December 2011 (2011-12-05) (as 'Green Line')
Owner Indonesian Railway Company
Operator(s) Kereta Commuter Indonesia
Depot(s) Depok
Bukit Duri
Technical
Line length 72.769 km (45.217 mi)
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Route map

Yellow Line to Duri
Tanah Abang KRL Icon Yellow.svg
Yellow Line to Karet
Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Palmerah
Kebayoran
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Border of Jakarta
Border of Banten
Pondok Ranji
Jurangmangu
Sudimara
Rawa Buntu
Serpong
Cisauk
Cicayur
Border of Banten
Border of West Java
Parung Panjang
Cilejit
Border of West Java
Border of Banten
Daru
Border of Banten
Border of West Java
Tenjo
Border of West Java
Border of Banten
Tigaraksa
Cikoya
Maja
Citeras
Rangkasbitung
Note: Bold text indicates the train can
end the trip at the station.

KA Commuter Line Tanah Abang–Rangkasbitung or the Rangkasbitung Line is a commuter rail line in Indonesia, operated by KA Commuter Jabodetabek. The line connects Tanah Abang station in Central Jakarta and Rangkasbitung station in Lebak Regency, Banten. On maps and diagrams, the line is shown using the color "green" (    ). Tanah Abang–Rangkasbitung line is the fourth busiest line in the Commuter Line system.[1]

History[edit]

The line is part of Tanah Abang–Rangkasbitung line, built by the Dutch Public Works Bureau (Burgerlijke Openbare Werken/BOW, now Ministry of Public Works) by decree of the Governor General as stipulated in the State Gazette (Staatsblad) No. 180 dated July 15, 1896. BOW constructed Batavia ZuidDuri line with branches to Tangerang and RangkasbitungAnyer Kidul. The line between Tanah Abang and Rangkasbitung was formally opened on 1 October 1899.

The track between Tanah Abang and Serpong was electrified in 1991 and completed in 1992.[2] In 2009, railway track between Serpong and Parungpanjang has been fully electrified.[3] Tanah Abang–Parungpanjang was the original route of Green Line when it began operation in 2011. Green Line was extended to Maja in 2013.[4] Further extension to Rangkasbitung is operational by 1 April 2017.[5]

Stations[edit]

The distance table of Commuterline stations.[6]

Station Distance (km) Transfers/ Notes Location
From previous

station

From Jakarta

Termini

Tanah Abang - 0.0 Interchange station to KRL Icon Yellow.svg Central Jakarta Jakarta
Palmerah 3.191 3.191 West Jakarta
Kebayoran 3.737 6.928 Interchange to
K8-07 Pasar Kebayoran Lama
South Jakarta
Pondok Ranji 6.218 13.146 South Tangerang Banten
Jurangmangu 2.179 15.325
Sudimara 1.974 17.299
Rawabuntu 4.566 21.865
Serpong 2.413 24.278
Cisauk 1.784 26.062 Tangerang (regency)
Cicayur 2.519 28.581
Parungpanjang 5.968 34.549 Bogor (regency) West Java
Cilejit 7.025 41.574
Daru 2.675 44.249 Tangerang (regency) Banten
Tenjo 3.902 48.151 Bogor (regency) West Java
Tigaraksa 2.974 51.125 Tangerang (regency) Banten
Cikoya 2.651 53.776
Maja 1.853 55.629 Lebak
Citeras
Rangkasbitung

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Komuter Bogor–Jakarta mendominasi KRL". kontan.co.id. Retrieved 2016-04-29. 
  2. ^ "Sekilas Elektrifikasi LAA Di Jabotabek – Documents". Dokumen.tips. Retrieved 2016-04-30. 
  3. ^ Liputan6.com. "Jalur Ganda KRL Serpong-Parungpanjang Beroperasi". liputan6.com. Retrieved 2016-04-29. 
  4. ^ VIVA.co.id, PT. VIVA MEDIA BARU - (2013-04-17). "Jalur Kereta Ganda Serpong–Parung Panjang Diresmikan". metro.news.viva.co.id. Retrieved 2016-04-29. 
  5. ^ "KRL "Commuter Line" Tanah Abang-Rangkasbitung Beroperasi Mulai 1 April". Kompas.com. 30 March 2017. 
  6. ^ "Distance Table of the Commuterline Stations" (PDF). KRL.co.id. 

External links[edit]

Media related to KRL Jabotabek at Wikimedia Commons